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Live the holiday in Hoedspruit

They say once Africa gets a hold of you, you are changed forever - and once you have lived in Hoedspruit, living anywhere else would just not be the same.

Legend has it that Hoedspruit, which literally means ‘Hat Creek’, got its name when one of the town’s pioneers took of his hat and threw it into the Sandspruit river after a particularly tiring trek over the mountains in the characteristic Lowveld heat, making an impulsive decision to stay.


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And what a decision it turned out to be! Today Hoedspruit is envied not only for the its incredible scenery but also its prime location! Situated a stone’s throw away from the Kruger National Park, as well as the Klaserie and Timbavati private game reserves means that residents are in a position to enjoy African wildlife in a way many visitors from around the world would pay handsomely for.

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7 Bedroom House for sale in Raptors View, Hoedspruit

The lure of Hoedspruit lies in the escape it offers from the normal hustle and bustle from city life, it therefore comes as no surprise that some of the most sought after properties are situated in wildlife estates.

Some of these wildlife estates include Blyde Wildlife Estate, Grietjie Game Reserve, Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, Leadwood Wildlife Estate and Moditlo Nature Reserve. These estates not offer completed homes and the chance to invest in commercial lodges, but also vacant land where you can build your dream bushveld home.


3 Bedroom Townhouse for sale in Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, Hoedspruit 

Although it is hard to imagine not living in the bush when you think of Hoedspruit, homes within the buzz of this tourist destination are just as investment-worthy and there are many townhouses, freestanding properties and apartments to choose from.


4 Bedroom House for sale in Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, Hoedspruit 

The estimated average value of a house is R 1 050 000 and R 560 000 for an apartment.


2 Bedroom Apartment for sale in Hoedspruit 

Schools 

There are various schools to choose from in Hoedspruit - Baobab Montessori Pre-School, Southern Cross School, Laerskool Mariepskop and Drakensig Primary School are just a few you will find here.

Amenities

Due to the influx of tourists, Hoedspruit is well-equipped to ensure that all your daily needs are met. Whether you are looking for a night of delicious eating at one of the local restaurants or stocking up your grocery cupboards at one of the shopping centres.

Weather


The monthly distribution of average daily maximum temperatures shows that the average midday temperatures for Hoedspruit range from 23.3°C in June to 30.2°C in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 7.1°C on average during the night.

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