In 1876 Steytlerville was established on the farm Doorschpoort in September 1880. The first erven were auctioned and it fetched prices ranging from £80 to £30 an erf!
This town in the centre of the wool and mohair district in the south eastern corner of the Great Karoo is known for its astonishing variety of semi-desert vegetation which includes dwarf shrubs, tiny succulents, umbrella shaped wild plum trees and ancient cycads. The village with it's colourful main street flanked by Karoo Victorian cottages, boasts a cavernous Edwardian Church.
Steytlerville has been endowed by nature with exceptional beauty and game such as the Kudu and Springbok abound. Various game farms cater for the ecotourist.
A beautiful lock up and go restored Victorian cottage with all the modern amenities. This property is ideal for folks who need a neat contained cottage with all the features of comfort.It has ample outdoor buildings rendering it suitable for retirement hobbies or small scale industry.
This beautifully restored 3 bedroom Karoo cottage with exquisite appointments is being offered to discerning buyers who have an astute appreciation of antiques and art .
Situated in the main road of Steytlerville it is perfectly located to serve the tourism market of a popular Karoo town or as a small retirement home.
Beautiful compact log and Nu Tech cladded home with wrap around deck and exceptional views in a safe and very quiet part of the village. The home opens onto the wrap around deck by way of French doors.
This impeccable home with three spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in a neatly kept yard with a Karoo-style, water wise garden offers a walk- in experience for anyone who would like to experience the many benefits of living in the Karoo.
This 3 bedroom traditional Karoo homestead is built on 3 erfs .It has a huge underground water reservoir that collects the town’s excess rain water as well as 2 boreholes. It is situated close to the river and the soil is excellent for gardening.