Delightful large plot on the outskirts of Napier, with stunning mountain views in a very quiet area overlooking farmlands. A perfect opportunity to live the rural life, keep horses, chickens, grow your own vegetables and fruit trees.
Napier is situated under the Soetmuis Mountains, surrounded by rolling canola, wheat and barley fields, at the southern-most region of Africa, where the endangered Blue Crane can often be seen gathered together in large flocks..
Established in 1838, Napier is known as a village with the old world charm. Century old cottages blend with modern houses resulting in a delightful rural atmosphere.
NOTE: Photos of the area and the town sourced from the internet.
Plot Size: 2231m²
All municipal services available
Monthly Rates: R481.41
18km from Bredasdorp, 40km from Arniston and 170km from Cape Town
No safety issues.
Napier's Dutch Reformed Church has unusual architecture and a teak interior. One of the first buildings in Napier, the Feeshuis, was restored in 1988 to celebrate the town's 150th anniversary. The Feeshuis was first used as slave quarters and then as a wine cellar.
Other interesting historical structures are the Kakebeenwa monument commemorating the Ossewa Trek and the watermill and sundial at the municipal offices. Annual events include a "Patatfees" (Sweet Potato Festival) which is held every June and "The toughest race, with the warmest heart" - The Caltex Voet Van Afrika Marathon (commonly known as The Voet) is held in October.