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PARK Village brings to the auction block shortly a multifaceted opportunity in the Hartbeespoort Dam area, arising from the liquidation of a family business.
On June 3, starting at 11am on the farm Bokfontein, three residential dwellings, workshops, grazing camps, a general dealer store and fuel pump station all come under the hammer. For viewing contact Carol on 011-789-4375.
This small family-owned business, which has operated in the area for the last 31 years, represents numerous opportunities including the likes of a truck stop, a B&B, weekend getaway, small supermarket, garage-workshop and even small-scale farming, Peter Havenga of Park Village Auctions said.
"This is the kind of opportunity that lends itself to all manner of small tourist and service industries. It has a natural market catchment area, being situated strategically on the prime road route to Rustenburg, within easy reach of Brits and Hartbeespoort Dam, in an area that has seen major residential and commercial development in recent years.
"This kind of three-in-one entrepreneurs' dream (residential, commercial and agricultural) doesn't come up that often," Hanvenga said.
The property is 8km west of Harbeespoort on the R104 to Rustenburg via Mooi Nooi on the northeastern corner of the main road leading to the N4 motorway, Madibeng local municipality. For further information call 011-789-4375/6/7