What makes Oudtshoorn a great suburb?
Oudtshoorn is the biggest town in the Klein Karoo with some interesting historic towns nearby such as De Rust, Prince Albert, and Calitzdorp. The Region is well known for its Wine Estates, Olive Orchards, and Ostrich Farms. Just outside Oudtshoorn is the world famous Cango Caves. Oudtshoorn has a wide range of good schools, some of which have fine hostels for boarders. English speaking pupils are catered for. Oudtshoorn has a fascinating history in relation to the ostrich boom of the Victorian period. As a consequence, Oudtshoorn displays many fine ornate sandstone mansions of great architectural interest and this includes CP Nel Museum in the centre of town which is worth spending many hours in. Nationally Oudtshoorn is renowned for its exceptional sports facilities and many National competitions are held there each year. Oudtshoorn and its Klein Karoo environment has a number of mountain rangers which are often topped with snow in winter. Every year the towns hosts the KKN arts festival and the Cape Classic festival.
The typical Oudtshoorn buyer
Potential buyers are from throughout the country, but mostly from CapeTown and Johannesburg. Many are looking for inexpensive semi-retirement homes.
Price overview of Oudtshoorn
Between R500 000 and R1.5 (on average)
Popular in Oudtshoorn
Cango Caves, Ostrich Tourist Farms , Wild Game Reserves, within immediate area. Oudtshoorn is approximately 70 kilometers fom the Garden Route (George, Knysna, Sedgefield, Mossel Bay ext)
My Oudtshoorn tip
Oudtshoorn is devided by the Grobbelaars River with Westbank Suburb as the most popular area according to buyers preference.