The house is located 5km from the Zebula Clubhouse in the second phase of the estate known as Morkels. Only 13 homes were built in this section of the estate providing residents with space and privacy.
“Every effort has been made to ensure that residents can enjoy their tranquil bushveld surroundings within their own secluded space,” said Loua Boshoff, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Bushveld, who is currently marketing the property, noting the property has a bush lodge set-up with a four-bedroom, four-bathroom main house, and two self-catering cottages, each comprising of one bedroom, one bathroom, a lounge area and fire place. A lapa area with outside lounge and Jacuzzi, as well as a tall wooden lookout tower gives occupants panoramic views of the surrounds to spot game roaming in the area.
“The large open-plan lounge, raised dining room, fully fitted contemporary kitchen, fully equipped bar and in-house fire pit make the home perfect for entertaining guests,” said Boshoff. “For a change of pace, guests can also be accommodated at the outdoor dining area with built-in braai, when they are not engaged in a game of pool in the entertainment room. The entire property has been thoughtfully laid out and is ideal for hosting big corporate groups or families, who will enjoy the bushveld experience in this one-of-a-kind property.”
Zebula Country Club and Golf Estate is set on 1,600ha of pristine bushveld in the shadow of the Waterberg Mountains, boasting a variety of wildlife and a Peter Matkovich-designed 18-hole golf course.