Haenertsburg is a picturesque village type of town located in the Limpopo Province. The town was established after gold was discovered in the region in 1886.
The fertile soil and perfect weather conditions promotes the farming of tobacco and some citrus fruits with probably forestry being the main source of economy to the town.
This town is a true village with only a main road with sparse amount of shops to cater for the retail needs of the some 350 permanent residents in the town. This adds to the idyllic setting and idea of country living.
Being a predominantly agricultural region there are a great number of farms in the region and some have been redeveloped to be game farms and private lodges.
The town was developed to reflect the unspoiled nature scenery and the architecture has kept in mind that the homes needed to have a small carbon footprint. The architecture in the village is a mixture of old world charm revamped and some more modern designs. Property values are very comparable to most exclusive suburbs in Gauteng with the added benefit of open windows inviting the picture pretty countryside into the homes.
Many of the homes have been constructed to make use of the Ebenezer Dam as the focal point in many rooms with the undulating grass covered hills as the canvas.
It is not surprising then that many property investors have chosen to invest here in holiday or buy-to-let holiday homes as the weather conditions are favorable almost the whole year round.
The tourist attractions in the region are endless and the village serves well as an exploration base to visit places such as the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, the Wolkberg Wilderness Area and the Louis Changuion Hiking Trail.
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