A luxury resort in South Africa worth 27 million pounds (about 700 million VND) with stunning views has hit the market. But the customers who come here or who own this villa will sometimes have to face some “special” neighbors.
The villa is located on the semi-desert natural land of Karoo, South Africa.
The villa is located on the semi-desert natural land of Karoo with 28 bedrooms, 28 bathrooms, 17 living rooms and 2 kitchens, proud to be one of the most expensive hotels in South Africa,.
The luxury resort is for sale for nearly 700 million VND.
At the multi-million pound resort, there will suddenly appear neighbors who may not be the type of people you want to invite for a cup of tea. In fact, you will be surrounded by lions, rhinos and elephants as the resort is also a wildlife conservation park.
Wild buffalo live in the reserve
The reserve is also home to lions.
The reserve is home to the so-called Big Five (5 largest animals): lion, clouded leopard, black rhinoceros, wild elephant and African buffalo. In addition, Merino sheep and Angora goats are also raised at the reserve.
The beautiful landscape here with horizon, vast plains and endless deep sky awaits any potential owner. Located 3,215ft (nearly 1km) above sea level, you can wake up among the clouds to a luxury alpine resort.
Luxury interior in the resort
Future owners can enjoy a romantic sunset dinner upstairs or take a relaxing dip in the pool. For those with a passion for conservation, the beautiful home also serves as a sanctuary for animals or even a new conservation site beyond the zoo.
Future owners can enjoy picturesque sunsets from the balcony
Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty said: ‘This villa is without a doubt one of the best holiday homes in Africa. What makes it so expensive is the elusiveness of location and accommodation, along with the unique character of the Karoo region.”
Happily living in the most luxurious resort in the world, afraid to be friends with these “neighbors”
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