House Phases

Phase 1 – Blazing Sky

SOLD OUT - 619 sqm

Leloko Lifestyle and Eco Estate is an exquisite and luxurious estate in Hartbeespoort Dam, North West Province.

It is situated at the heart of what is known as the cradle of humankind, a tract of water spreads over one thousand six hundred hectares.

On a still morning, it mirrors a deep blue highveld sky and a mountain range where the first threads of gold stretch to the ore-rich heart of Johannesburg, less than an hour's drive away.

Phase 2 – Burnt Stone (close to the estate entrance)

R350,000 - 745 sqm

Our architects may be commissioned at the owner's cost to make changes to Burnt Stone house plans or to design a unique house tailored to your needs.

A house plan from the Dark Wood, Ancient Earth and Sacred Water development phases may also be selected to be built on a Burnt Stone stand.

There are five accredited builders available to quote construction of your home. The employment of another builder of your choice requires approval from the home owners association. The building period for unique house plans is 2 years.

Phase 3 – Dark Wood (between all phases)

R365,000 - 840 sqm

The beauty of wood is that in a skilled craftsman’s hands, its toughness is transformed.

Intricate grain, soft colours, texture and flexibility provide something uncanny and unique; shelter, furniture, art, walkways, decks, utensils and a barrier to the world. It has both beauty and brawn.

Phase 4 – Ancient Earth (in proximity to the dam)

R500,000 - 864 sqm

Our architects may be commissioned at the owner's cost to make changes to Ancient Earth house plans or to design a unique house tailored to your needs.

A house plan from the Sacred Water development phase may also be selected to be built on an Ancient Earth stand. There are five accredited builders available to quote construction of your home.

The employment of another builder of your choice requires approval from the home owners association. The building period for unique house plans is 2 years.

Phase 5 – Sacred Water (in proximity to the dam)

R690,000 - 905 sqm

It is Africa’s most precious resource, water. Summer’s heat sucks it skywards only for seasonal thunderstorms to toss it earthwards once more.

Highveld winters sap its moisture. The cycle rests in nature’s hands yet it remains for us to guard it, protect it and use it well. Living near it is both a privilege and a pleasure.