A PIECE OF SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY, INTERTWINED IN THIS CAPE DUTCH PROPERTY, IS FOR SALE.
This house was built in 1931 by, Piet Grobler, the great grand-nephew of President Paul Kruger, the founder of the Kruger National Park. The suburb of Lydiana was named after his wife, Lydia. The erf of 3971sqm has already been subdivided and 1845sqm is yet to be developed.
This is one of the few heritage sites available in the market. A large farm house in the city, with a forest like garden and the place where many a wedding feasts has been held over the years. It is within walking distance of the Botanical Gardens and easy access to the N1 and N4.
It is difficult to capture in words the character and beauty of the house, with its beautiful gleaming wooden floors, veranda and wide windows.
The house consists of the following:
Approved plans are available.