The Homestead was established in the early 1800's on the farm Klein Soebattersvlakte, and still have the original yellow wood beams and ceilings.
The Kasselman family are the owners of this estate for five generations and the land is still well preserved.
The house played an important part in the history of the Cape, as the stables were used as a hospital during the most southern skermish in the Anglo- Boer war in 1902.
The first ever, gravel road between Riversdale and Stilbaai is still, to this day, being used and accesable on the farm.
The famously known "Kontrei Winkel" "Oom Boet se Winkel" was the only general dealer in the 1900's.
The large surrounding trees offer an ambience of tranquillity and comfort.