Living Gold (LG), now in liquidation, is the owner of a greenhouse facility in Carletonville in North West (South Africa). The property was used originally as a rose farm, but it can now accommodate various other crops, as well as up to 1,750 cattle.
As a going concern, this business is financially viable and is situated less than an hour’s drive from Pretoria and Johannesburg.
The facility can accommodate most flower and shrub variants, as well as seedlings, herbs, cucumbers, peppers, chillies, tomatoes, beans and other vegetables. Even cannabis can be grown with ease.
LG has more than 12 ha of established greenhouses, and production can start within 10 weeks (based on 1 ha after 10 weeks and 1 ha every four weeks thereafter).
The property consists of a main office building, carports, a workshop and storage unit, four boiler houses, a tractor shed, ablution blocks, additional offices, a pump room, a propagation building and offices, a cattle-handling facility, staff housing, three retention dams and five corrugated reservoirs.