Situated in The Craggs Village, this lovely east facing stand has a gentle gradient and dramatic views over the 14th hole.
Highland Gate is one of the country's premier Residential Golf Estates and spreads over 700 hectares of Highveld grassland, punctuated by magnificent mountains, ravines and gorges.
The highlight of the estate is the 18 hole championship Ernie Els signature golf course. All 455 full title stands are fully serviced and the estate has an excellent services and management team to ensure it is well run and beautifully maintained.
The golf course offers a technically superior golfing experience amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. A combination of indigenous grasses in out-of-play areas and a fescue blend in the maintained areas are used to provide an emerald green playing surface all year round.
Trout fishing opportunities exist in the natural weirs, streams and dams on the estate.
The clubhouse was completed in April 2015 and features a restaurant, bar, the halfway house, change rooms and pro shop.
The architectural guidelines draw inspiration from the local Old Transvaal Style or Farm Style Architecture from the Dullstroom area. Designs are sympathetic to their surroundings, climatic conditions, topography, vistas, views and lifestyle of the Estate. Please request the architectural guidelines for more information.
Stand owners will need to submit plans, conforming to the requirements of the Architectural and Landscaping Guidelines, for approval by the Aesthetics committee who will have supervision rights over the development of and/or improvements of the stand. This will cost R3, 500 excluding VAT.
All architects and builders must be approved and stand owners will need to abide by the Architectural and Landscaping Guidelines.
Building time frames: A penalty fee will be charged should construction not have commenced. The penalty will be R2000.00 per month in addition to the standard levy. The penalty will be suspended once construction has commenced. Construction must be completed within 12 months, failure to do so will result in the penalty being reinstated until construction is completed.