RE/MAX, Property Professionals Queenstown RE/MAX, Property Professionals Queenstown

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46 Prince Alfred Street Central Queenstown 5319 Eastern Cape

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Property in Queenstown

South Africa|Eastern Cape|Queenstown

View all of the RE/MAX Property in Queenstown to rent and sale by RE/MAX Property Professionals (Queenstown).

These properties are to rent, for sale by Bruce Raasch, Buyi Dyantyi, Mariette Rasmussen, Tami Shenxane, Cheryl Hammill

Properties for sale range in price from 600,000 to 16,500,000 and includes Residential, Commercial, Business. There are currently 36 properties in Queenstown

Property in Queenstown

Queenstown is a quaint little village in the heart of a well-known farming district, which is largely synonymous with fragrant roses and appealing old-fashioned values. The town is situated adjacent to the Komani River, relatively close by to the Wild Coast and Karoo heartland. If you are in need of some fresh, country air in an idyllic rural retreat, then property in Queenstown should be a perfect fit for you.

The region boasts striking scenery, watched over by the majestic Hangklip Mountain which is a haven for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. A plethora of trails meander up and around the mountain and more active souls can embark on a range of outdoor activities, including rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing and canoeing.

The town was initially intended to serve as a military outpost, with a central hexagon layout designed to protect its residents. It was founded in 1853 by Sir George Cathcart, who christened the fort after Queen Victoria. Today the region is the commercial, educational and administrative centre of the farming district and serves as a delightful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Pop into Miss Lock’s Shell Art Gallery to view some lovely art pieces with a difference or visit the Queenstown Museum to learn more about the history of the town. The Lawrence de Lange Nature Reserve offers sublime scenery and an unrivalled tranquillity, extending up the rolling slopes of the Madeira Mountain, with unforgettable vistas from the summit. Here, you will find a diverse floral kingdom that attracts numerous animals and birds, including springbok and zebra. Another scenic spot is the Bongola Dam, which is a great picnic venue, offering exciting water sports and a festive ambience.