Finally, for $6 M., a 'Hassle-Free Solution to Owning an African Game Farm'!

If you’re free Monday afternoon, and can wrangle an invite, you might want to stop by Gramercy Tavern’s dining room

If you’re free Monday afternoon, and can wrangle an invite, you might want to stop by Gramercy Tavern’s dining room for the special luncheon to introduce "15 uber-luxurious safari homes" on the 54,000-acre Phinda Private Game Reserve in South Africa.

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Development of the houses began just last March, according to the press e-mail we just got, so it’s not clear where the image above comes from. All the e-mail says is that prices start at $6 million, which offers "discerning buyers with a passion for Africa and its wildlife a unique, hassle-free solution to owning an African game farm."

(So is high-end real estate development the new colonization? Bob Toll thinks so.)

The project is from the husband-and-wife team Steve and Nicky Fitzgerald, but it’s also linked to Tara Getty, the oil heir whose grandfather was the world’s richest man when he died in the 1970’s. Plus, the project is "environmentally sensitive," according to the e-mail. Safaris and real estate development are indeed great for the environment.

Finally, for $6 M., a 'Hassle-Free Solution to Owning an African Game Farm'!