About Wildgoose 1078
Wildgoose 1078 is a beautiful, modern four-bedroom bushveld home, located in the Marloth Park Conservancy. The house is regularly visited by the zebras, kudus, giraffes, warthogs, and impala that roam freely around the Park. The house is double storey with two bedrooms downstairs and two upstairs. One of the bedrooms upstairs is a large room with 2 queen beds and 2 singles. There is air-conditioning in all the bedrooms and in the open-plan lounge, dinning room, and kitchen area. Linen, towels and bedding is supplied. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the modern conveniences including a washing machine, dishwasher and an ice-making machine. The lounge has a flat-screen TV with DStv. The comfortable downstairs lounge, leads out onto a patio and braai area. There is a large splash pool for those hot summer afternoons. The house is ideally situated 20 km from Kruger National Park and a short drive to the Swaziland and Mozambique borders.
A Refundable deposit of R1500 for breakages is payable upfront.
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