What is there to do?

Cleopatra Hamlet offers a diverse range of activities for those who love the outdoors, including walking, hiking, birding and wildlife spotting, and fishing and swimming in the Little Mooi river which runs through the middle of the property. Highmoor Nature Reserve, recently declared a World Heritage site, borders the property, while the Kamberg Nature Reserve, with its world-renowned rock art, is minutes away. There are very few places where one is able to drive to the very top of the Little ‘Berg and this is one of them – experience the breathtaking views over the valley and across the mountains. For retail therapy with a difference, the myriad arts and crafts outlets and studios of the Midlands Meander routes are scattered through the countryside near to Nottingham Road.

What will the homes look like?

Each home will be designed in traditional Natal Settler style on a site of approximately 2000 square metres. Double plots may be purchased, allowing owners to double the size of their home to 300 square metres, excluding garages, cellars and mezzanine or attic areas. Gardens may only be able to be planted with indigenous plants.

What will it cost?

Prices range between R1.5m and R2.25m per stand.

How convenient is Cleopatra Hamlet?

The estate is situated at the end of the Kamberg Valley, high up against the foothills of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Mountains. It is approximately 5 hours drive from Johannesburg and about 2.5 hours from Durban, with access to the arterial N3 highway about 45 minutes away. It is not suitable for those needing to do a daily school run or commute to a city.