The Daily Five - Golf Estate Properties

Lifestyle, security and privacy are just some of the reasons why South Africans love golf estates - we take a look at five golf estate properties we love from current listings on MyProperty!

Ebotse Golf & Country Estate, Benoni

Ebotse Golf and Country Estate is situated in Benoni and is one of the fastest growing residential estates in South Africa - the picturesque setting and beautiful course is just a few of the reasons why people fall in love with the exclusive property here.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Ebotse Golf & Country Estate, Benoni

Eagle Canyon Golf Estate, Roodepoort 

The estate, once an old granite and sand quarry, has been reinvented into a magnificent and unique golf estate boasting a "Colorado Links" golf course with unprecedented and exciting challenges. 

5 Bedroom house for sale in Eagle Canyon Golf Estate, Roodepoort

Blue Valley Golf Estate, Centurion

The Gary Player designed Blue Valley is a perfect blend of hospitality, sport and nature - this residential golf estate offers a location second to none in the Gauteng area!

5 Bedroom House for sale in Blue Valley Golf Estate, Centurion

Blair Atholl Golf Estate, Centurion

Blair Atholl offers homeowners a self-sufficient lifestyle modelled on the charm of old world country living. From fibre-optic connectivity, unparalleled security and privacy, Blair Atholl has it all for those willing to pay the exclusive price-tags on the striking property

5 Bedroom House for sale in Blair Atholl Golf Estate, Centurion

Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate, Kempton Park

Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate is located 10 minutes drive time from OR Tambo International Airport but due to careful planning and management, residents will feel like the hustle and bustle of the city is much farther away than it really is.

5 Bedroom House for sale in Serengeti Golf Estate, Kempton Park

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