Indoor swimming pool and tennis court
Approximately one hectare of the development property will be transferred to the Gowrie Farm Homeowners' Association for the developer to build an indoor swimming pool and tennis court.
The home owners will be entitled to fish all the dams on Gowrie Farm. The HOA will be responsible for stocking of the dams. Rules relating to fishing will be imposed by the HOA from time to time.
The home owners will be entitled to build up to 16 stables on the HOA's property and retain ownership of such stables in terms of the Sectional Titles Act. Home owners who want to build stables may do so subject to the following conditions:
- There will not be more than 16 stables for home owners in addition to the stables which the HOA may require for horses used by the security guards.
- Home owners wishing to build stables will pay the HOA an amount of R2000.
- The position and design of the stables will comply with the plan prepared by the developer's architects.
- The purchaser will pay 1/16th of the cost of the communal stable facilities in addition to the cost of the stables. The communal facilities may include a tack room, hay storage barn, grooms' rooms and any other facilities that the developer may deem necessary for the administration and upkeep of stables and the proper care of the horses.
- The purchaser of the stables will contribute a pro-rata share of the maintenance of the stable block and a monthly stable levy to cover this maintenance and general running expences of the stable block.
- A sectional title register will be opened in respect of the stable block and the purchaser of the stable will be entitled to take transfer in terms of the sectional title's act.
- An owner of a stable may only sell the stable to an existing owner.