Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate at a glance

Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate is an estate located on the northern outskirts of Bloemfontein. The first vacant stands within the estate were sold in 2003 and within a few years, the majority of vacant plots were sold and developed.

The luxury estate was the first of its kind in Bloemfontein, offering various living options like townhouse complexes, full title houses and also accommodates for a lifestyle village with various accommodation options specifically reserved for couples or individuals over the age of 50.

Hillandale Lifestyle village, comprising out of 145 one- two- and three bedroom units offers residents over 50 years a peaceful and safe environment and is located close to the Hillandale Health Care Centre where various medical treatment options like physiotherapy, occupational therapy and more are offered to the residents.

The estate offers residents the opportunity to live in this exclusive security estate, close to nature. Game such Gemsbok, Giraffes, Zebra, Springbok, Nyalas, Swartwitpens, Waterbuck and Tsetsebi roam wild among the residential areas within the estate and residents can get up close to their wildlife neighbours on many safe and secure walking and mountain bike trails set out within the estate.

While taking long walks along the trails of the estate, residents can also work up a sweat by stopping at the open air gym located centrally and in close proximity to the residential phases.

The estate also has horse stables which are rented out by horse owners to house the animals. Residents of the estate can enjoy a Sunday afternoon by either going on a game drive through the estate or by going horse riding - an activity offered by the management of the stables.

Woodland Hills has very strict guidelines in terms of property aesthetics which residents must adhere to when building their homes. All houses and townhouses are built with nature in mind which is clearly visible when you enter the well-guarded gates of the estate.

Strict security rules are also to be followed, which makes this such an attractive estate to invest in. Children can freely ride on their bicycles in the uniquely named streets of the estate and you’ll always find the nature enthusiast soaking up the fresh air in streets like Pelikaanparade, Swartwitpenssirkel or Tinktinkietwist, to name a few.

Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate contains a landmark of South African history as the home of Bram Fischer and the remains thereof can still be found on the estate today. An ultra luxury 6-star hotel has been built within the estate, close to where he lived, and named after Bram Fischer as the Bram Fischer Hotel.

Erf sizes within the estate range from 816 sqm to 2000 sqm and property within the estate in most cases average a sale price of approximately R10,000 per sqm. The minimum square footage of any residential house is approximately 200 sqm (garages and staff accommodation excluded) as a requirement from the home owners association. With the high demand from Bloemfontein residents wanting to live in this secure area, another phase for development, adjacent to the Hillandale Farm called Bergendal, has been set out with vacant land options for sale.

Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate provides the ultimate living experience in central South Africa which offers a very high return on investment when you buy property within this exclusive estate.

What the local Woodland Hills area expert say
Retha van Zyl
NQF4 NQF5 (Master Practitioner Real Estate) with 11 years experience in Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate Bloemfontein
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What makes Woodland Hills a great suburb?
Woodland Hills is a wildlife estate where wildlife roams freely in green areas and residential gardens. Managed by owners who serve on the Board of Directors and various committees, this Estate boasts sound management principles; and state of the art security. Woodland Hills offers a lifestyle of peaceful tranquility complimented by the beauty of the Free State landscape.
The typical Woodland Hills buyer
The profile of buyers in the luxury Bloemfontein market vary from young families, singles and people looking to retire.
Price overview of Woodland Hills
The sale price of townhouses start at just over R1 million for a two bedroom unit, upwards to R3mil for luxury 4 bedroom townhouses. Houses start at around R2.6mil and have reached R12million. Average family homes sell for between R3.2 and R4million, which makes this Estate affordable to the mid to higher income bracket.
Popular in Woodland Hills
Wildlife, hiking and cycling trails, tennis courts, play areas and outdoor gym, stables and petting zoo on the Estate, with a convenience centre next to the entrance. Situated within a few minutes drive from Bloemfontein suburbs such as Heuwelsig, Dan Pienaar, Langehovenpark, it is in close proximity to schools and shopping centres.
My Woodland Hills tip
Woodland Hills boasts a brand new extension with erven available from R798000 (including VAT). The new development includes 105 single residential erven and 12 sectional title erven, complimented by two erven zoned for a church and creche respectively.
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