• 1
 

Gauteng

Krugersdorp

Established in 1887, by Martinhus Pretorius, as a direct result of gold being discovered in Witwatersrand - Krugersdorp is a popular mining town on the West Rand in Gauteng. Known for its wealth in precious metals in precious metals and other resources that are mined in and around this area, Krugersdorp has evolved into a modern town with a contemporary business sector and large residential market. Accessibility to Points of Interest  Krugersdorp can be found in the Mogale City municipality and is intersected by the R24, R28, R114, R540 and N14 roadways, which connects this part of the West Rand with surrounding towns and cities. Conveniently positioned,...

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Randfontein

This old mining city, established in 1890 following the Witwatersrand Gold Rush - Randfontein officially became a municipality in 1929. Renowned for having the largest stamp mill in the world, Randfontein is made up of a collection of rural smallholdings, vast fields and a thriving community in its centre. While still largely dependent on the mining industry, Randfontein is no longer living in the past and has benefited from modernisation and vast development. Accessibility to Points of Interest  Randfontein is positioned on the outskirts of the Gauteng province, close to the provincial border towards the North West. While somewhat removed, this area is...

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Roodepoort

After discovering gold on the Witwatersrand farm of Wilgespruit, two brothers Fred and Harry Struben were granted permission to mine in the area. This led to the establishment of Roodepoort. Only becoming a municipality in 1904 and a city in 1977 - this area has fast become a diverse mix of residential nodes, agricultural land, mining and commercial activity. Accessibility to Points of Interest  While Roodepoort is technically seen as a city on its own, its proximity to Johannesburg has seen this area absorbed into the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. In fact, Roodepoort has almost become completely integrated with the suburbs of Johannesburg,...

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Western Cape

Hermanus

Originally known as Hermanuspietersfontein and established in 1891, the quaint seaside hamlet of Hermanus is located on the southern coast of the Western Cape. Renowned as the whale watching destination of South Africa this coastal town offers residents and visitors an unrivalled natural setting and serene lifestyle. The “French Riviera of the South”!  Accessibility to Points of Interest  Positioned in Walker Bay, Hermanus is removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life but is close enough to provide accessibility and convenience to those who reside here. Serviced by one main road, the R43, Hermanus is located approximately 121 km...

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
 
  • 1
 

Disclaimer: While every effort will be made to ensure that the information contained within the RE/MAX Town and Country website is accurate and up to date, RE/MAX Town and Country makes no warranty, representation or undertaking whether expressed or implied, nor do we assume any legal liability, whether direct or indirect, or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information. Prospective purchasers and tenants should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained herein.