IF THIS IS NOT A BARGAIN, THEN I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS. This massive property on the edge of town, at the foot of the hill exudes peace and tranquility. Bring out your inner renovating personality and your interior decorater and whip this property into shape. Every aspect of this house need your loving touch. Stamp your individual style onto this property and make it your haven that excludes the rat race out there. This property is ideally situated for employees on the mine or surrounding farming community. Schools and amenities are close by for all your family needs. The window frames are steel, the roof is ibr. The garage has ample parking for 2 cars with an extra room onto the open garage which could be used as a workshop or servant quarters. The garden is need a woman's loving touch and if gardening is your forte, then this property is for you.
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GREYLINGSTAD: In the 1950’s and 1960’s the town had a flourishing farming Community, which was severely compromised when the main road between Johannesburg and Durban was upgraded and a bypass was built around Greylingstad - causing small businesses in town to lose a lot of customers. Greylingstad does, however, have a rich history: During the Boer War, the Scottish Rifles built a number of small forts overlooking the town and the farms beyond the hills. The Scottish Rifles laid out the initials "SR" on the hill overlooking the town, and it was always clearly visible from the main street of Greylingstad. If you climb the steep kopjie you will enter a unique portal into the past - the ruins of a British Army fortified campsite that was built and occupied between July 1900 and June 1902. The fortifications, gun pits, tent lines, stables and even the parade ground are in pristine condition - only the tents, equipment and soldiers are missing.