explore My Account Favourites Sign in for more Neighbourhoods Buy Find for sale FAQ Rent Find to rent FAQ Sell Find an agent FAQ Agents Advice Property news FAQ guide Property index Explore neighbourhoods Tools Bond repayments calculator Home loan application More tools About Hello Advertise 7 Agricultural properties for sale in Delmas For Sale Mpumalanga Delmas Delmas (1), Rietkol A H (4), Sundra (2) Small Holdings (5), Farms (1), Agricultural Land (1) or use Advanced search rietkol a h R1,795,000 3 2 2 17,131m² Beautiful Three-bedroom Plot A large property with open space, gardens, and spacious rooms, perfect for families and those seeking a peaceful escape. Schedule a viewing now. rietkol a h R1,990,000 4 2 10 1ha Small Holding for sale in Rietkol A H A spacious 4-bedroom home on a 1.73ha small holding with 10 garages, staff quarters, workshop, hot house, and pig styes. 5 boreholes. sundra R2,200,000 3 2 3 16,188m² Country Living. City Flair Immaculate face brick home on 4-acre land with kennels, staff accommodation, shed, Lapa, and water tank in Sundale Agricultural Holdings. sundra R1,400,000 Sold 6 3 13,305m² Smallholding For Sale In Sundra, Delmas Two houses on one property, one needs work. Main house has 3 beds, 1 bath, pool, garage. Second house has 3 beds, 2 baths, 4 garages. rietkol a h R1,600,000 10 4 4 Plot For Sale With 3 Flatlets, 6x10 Workshop And 4x6 Storeroom A plot for sale in Rietkol, Delmas with 4 properties including a main house and three flatlets, offering potential rental income. delmas R3,300,000 4 2.5 1 9.4ha Farm For Sale In Delmas This property is perfect for farmers, with a milking shed and plenty of space for animals. It also has a large, beautiful family home. 156 fifth avenue, rietkol a h R480,000 1.757ha Property For Sale In Rietkol Small holding property for sale in Rietkol, Sundra area. 1.7573 hectare with a borehole (not equipped). Peaceful location, close to amenities. Get to know Delmas Delmas, the small farming town just east of Johannesburg, serves a large community of farmers who plant mainly maize, wheat and potatoes. The name of the town comes from the Frenchman Frank Dumat, who originally owned the farm on which the town was laid out and who called it 'de le mas', which means 'of the small farm'.