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Daily Five - Properties in beautiful small towns

Places like Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban does boast with some amazing properties but today the allure of small towns are enticing us to take a closer look at some beautiful homes.

Franschhoek

This scenic gem never disappoints - dramatic mountains, fusion of French and Dutch architecture and laid-back atmosphere has visitors and residents falling in love time and again.


3 Bedroom House for sale in Franschhoek, Western Cape

Clanwilliam

Two hours’ drive from Cape Town, the town is the perfect picturesque location for tranquil family living! 


6 Bedroom Small Holding for sale in Clanwilliam, Western Cape

Prince Albert

Prince Albert lies in a picturesque fertile valley on the edge of the great Karoo on the one side and the Swartberg mountains on the other. The spectacular Swartberg pass, one of the most dramatic and scenic mountain passes on earth, starts just outside town.


7 Bedroom House for sale in Prince Albert, Western Cape

St Lucia

St. Lucia’s iSimangaliso Wetland Park became the first South African World Heritage Site in 1999. Wild and largely unspoilt (hippopotami roam the streets at night), nature lovers can marvel at the area’s large populations of hippos, crocodiles and other wildlife.


3 Bedroom House for St Lucia, KwaZulu Natal

Wilderness

The town of Wilderness embodies everything there is to love about the Garden Route – long, white sandy beach and azure ocean; a wonderfully mild climate, lush forests, majestic mountains and a number of lakes, rivers and estuaries. 


4 Bedroom House for sale in Wilderness, Western Cape



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