Total ha adjacent: 14 228 ha.

9 functional boreholes, 5 with windmills and 4 with solar pumps.

- 3 boreholes, each approximately 100m deep, supplying approximately 1000l of water per hour.

- 6 boreholes, each 50m deep, supplying as follows:

2 > 5000l/h

2 > 2000l/h

2 - approximately 800l/h

2 wells next to each other, 9.2m and 6.5m deep respectively. They dry up during very low rainfall seasons. A solar pump installed in the wells’ water table supplies water to the house and the game waterhole.

12.16 km pipelines distribute water to 15 drinking troughs for stock and game.

Camps: The eastern 6898 ha. is divided up into 5 camps.

The western 7390 ha. has no any camps, nor game-proof fencing, to allow game to migrate freely.

The camps, water points and pipelines are depicted on the maps herewith.


The Buildings and Improvements:

All buildings exhibit a similar and uniform classic style, perfectly maintained with top class finishes, thereby being suitable for a stylish Namibian boutique lodge or luxurious private estate with ample accommodation. The photographs herewith provide some insight

1. Homestead

2 x Solar geysers

3 verandas with a barbeque - 122m2

Interior - 247 m2

Comprising: 2 en suite bedrooms, kitchen, dining room with large dining table, and 16 chairs. Living room with fireplace, guest toilet, pantry and a laundry room with toilet.

2. Chalets 2,3 & 4

Solar geysers

Interior 87m2 + verandas 24m2

Each containing an en suite bedroom (3).

3. Chalets 5 & 6

Solar geysers

Interior 100m2 + verandas 24m2

Each containing an en suite bedroom (2).

4. Chalet 7

Solar geyser

Interior 34m2 + veranda 16m2

with an en suite bedroom (1)


5. Swimming Pool

“Heron” – 17 500l + filters, with solar pump. Open air shower and shed for garden tools.

6. Outbuilding

Interior 98m2, comprising 2 garages and vehicle under body inspection pit, slaughter / wash and working area with tools and storeroom with shower & toilet.

7. Engine & Battery Room

Interior 12m2 with 18x 2V batteries, and 30 solar panels with accessories. 2 Diesel engines, which generate 220V and supply electricity to all the abovementioned buildings.

8. Staff Quarters

3 houses: each with 3 bedrooms, bathroom and toilet with and roofed, semi-open kitchens.

Total interior for the houses - 164m2 and total verandas - 36m2.

The first establishment was during around 1909, by Hauptmann H-H Von Wolf, consisting of 2 wells, 9.2m and 6.5m deep and a small house in the “Schütztruppen” style.

A Whale Oil Tank was brought to the site in 1938 from Lüderitz. During September 2002, the tank was restored as a water tank and a water trough was added.

A beautiful weir was built in natural stone to retain underground water in the depression feeding the wells.

A financial gift from one of the company’s shareholders, Mr. Peter Matthiessen, made it possible for the “Schütztruppen” house to be rebuilt with natural stone in August 2018. The interior of 27m2 contains a bedroom, kitchenette and a shower, toilet and basin, with an 18m2 veranda.


Due to its old history, beautiful setting and remoteness, it is a beautiful place for anyone wishing for peace, quiet and simplicity.

10. Cattle Pens near the homestead

Comprising a camp containing a dam and drinking troughs, a cattle press (“manga”), scale, smaller loading pens and loading dock.

Relevant Information available

- Title deed

- Latest Annual Financial Statements

- Memorandum and Articles of the Company

- Rainfall history

- Area map with location of farm

- Map depicting water pipelines

- Map depicting boreholes and camps

- Land Tax Clearance certificates

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