Delmas is a town located in the Mpumalanga Province which is primarily a farming community. The town was established in 1907 after it was found to have rich agricultural land and was established on the farm Witklip.
Delmas falls within a region of Mpumalanga where coal mining is the primary source of economic sustainability and growth, and Delmas has a few coal mines of its own which adds to the economy of the town and region. These coal mines include Delmas Coal and Delmas Stuart Coal mine.
The properties in Delmas are suitable for farming and residential homes with a mixed use variety. The town CBD has a small commercial hub along with malls and the important industrial hubs to cater for the support industries to the mining companies and farmers.
Delmas Mall caters for retail needs and there are satellite malls in the suburbs of Delmas.
Suburbs you can expect to find in Delmas are Delmas CBD and Delmas West.
Schools in Delmas include Laerskool Delmas, Laerskool Eloff and Hoërskool Delmas.
Access to and from Delmas is convenient with at least three major routes in various directions. These routes include the N17, the R555 and the R42, all giving easy access to the town.
Tourist attractions to Delmas are the Loskop dam which offers fishing and water sport activities and the Loskop Dam Nature reserve.
Property values in the town are driven by the same demand as other larger cities throughout South Africa and the properties vary from vacant land, townhouses to small holdings, farms and freehold residential homes. The homes vary from standard to exclusive and up-to-date fashionable designs catering for every fashion taste in the market.
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