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Krugersdorp at a glance

Krugersdorp has often been described as the treasure chest of the West with its wide array of residential and commercial properties available while being surrounded by some of the richest archeological areas in South Africa.

This town, the industrial hub of Western Gauteng with its mild climate, interesting topography and rich cultural and historical background, was founded in 1887 by MW Pretorius when gold was discovered on his farm Paardekraal. The mining industry has formed an integral part of Krugersdorp ever since.

On 1 November 1994, the Krugersdorp Transitional Local Council was promulgated and incorporates Kagiso, Munsieville, Azaadville, and Muldersdrift. The greater Krugersdorp, now officially known as the Krugersdorp Local Council, has approximately 350 000 residents.

Krugersdorp offers potential residents all the benefits of being in a city, such as shops, schools, and all amenities, but without the disadvantages. Suburbs in which property is for sale includes

Featherbrooke Estate, Noordheuwel, Krugersdorp North, Kromdraai,Krugersdorp, Chancliff A H, Rant En Dal, Mindalore, Krugersdorp West,Noordheuwel Ext 4, Kenmare, Rangeview Ext 4, Monument, Noordkruin, Pine Haven, Rangeview, Kenmare Ext 4, Breaunanda, Magaliesburg, Wentworth Park, Muldersdrif, Oak Tree A H, Sterkfontein, Tarlton, Protea Ridge,Honingklip A H, Kagiso, Silverfields, Eldorado, Rietfontein, Luipaardsvlei,Lewisham, Kagiso 2 Ext 6, Kagiso Ext 6, Dan Pienaarville,

Krugersdorp is easily accessible from all major centres such as Pretoria, Johannesburg and the Johannesburg International Airport. Krugersdorp is also to Lanseria Airport and boasts with their own airfield, the Jack Taylor Airfield.

This beautiful town boasts,amongst other things, its own Game Reserve with exclusive facilities and 1400 hectares of lush bushveld carrying plenty of game,various national monuments, a bird sanctuary in the middle of town,the world famous Sterkfontein Caves where the first fossil of the 'ape-man' was found and plenty more to see and do.

Apart from historical wonders, Krugersdorp also has ultra-modern sports facilities such as the international standard ice skating rink, gymnasiums and the upgraded Bob van Reenen stadium that also satisfies national requirements. As for cultural events, the Krugersdorp Centenary Hall often hosts artists of outstanding quality.

Comfortable suburbs and lovely parks for recreation finish the picture. Krugersdorp is a modern thriving town with a colourful past. Combine all these facts as you will agree that Krugersdorp is one of the most attractive options in Gauteng.

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