What makes Baardskeerdersbos a great suburb?
Baardskeerdersbos is a village located in a valley with an old-fashioned sense of space and still ruled by nature. Baardskeerdersbos will always rank as a small rural node with the historical role and function of an agricultural settlement and conservation center, surrounded by farms and nature reserves. Keeping the tranquil rural character intact is paramount for the inhabitants of Baardskeerdersbos.
The typical Baardskeerdersbos buyer
Baardskeerdersbos is an artist's village, hosting the bi-annual Baardskeerdersbos art route. The typical buyer embraces the easy-going atmosphere that comes with this and is either self-employed or (semi-) retired or simply looking for a second rural home.
Price overview of Baardskeerdersbos
Baardskeerdersbos is a village which is still in transition after the tarring of the road from Gansbaai to Bredasdorp and prices can still fluctuate. A 3000 m² vacant stand with traditional water right will however sell for around R 600 to R 700'000 and a 150 m² cottage will sell between R 1,5 million and R 2 million.
Popular in Baardskeerdersbos
Baardskeerdersbos borders the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy including guest lodges such as Grootbos Nature Reserve and farm 215 - private nature reserve and Lomond Wine Estate. "Lokal" is a famous high quality pop-up restaurant in the main road of Baardskeerdersbos. On the road to the neighbouring heritage-village, is the Black Oyster Catcher Wine Estate and Brewery.
My Baardskeerdersbos tip
Several interesting small developments in tune with the rural and small-scale character of the village are planned, such as a coffee roastery and tasting room, a small guesthouse, fruityards and a nursery. It is expected that the village will change from the point of view of businesses it has on offer quite a bit in the coming 5 years. It is a small village and most people buy to keep their property for the long haul. Now is the time to become part of this tranquil rural haven.