Welcome to Prince Albert and Country Estates

Dreaming of a new life in the country? We’re here to help you find your place in the sun… Tranquillity, security and serenity will be yours in Prince Albert, our beautiful little town at the foot of the Swartberg Pass, in the quiet green valley once named Queeckvalleij… Whether your dream is a mud house or a mansion, a plot to build your getaway or retirement home, a smallholding to grow organic veggies, a stake in the burgeoning wine and olive industry, or whether you simply want to get off the grid - we have it all - olive farms, sheep farms, houses big and small, new and old, barns, plots and smallholdings. Call us - we're already living the country life and loving it! Come with us into big sky country, the land of wide horizons, sunlit days and starlit nights .You'll never look back...........

R250 000 – NEW RELEASE - SOLE MANDATE Big corner plot in Prince Albert

north-east_view_showing_indigenous_hedge This lovely 1267m2 corner plot is level and ready to build. Wide open views and excellent corner position. The orientation is ideal for a sunny north-facing house with views to the north, east and south. A bonus is a small dam in the far corner, ready to convert into your Karoo-style swimming pool. In addition, this plot is fully fenced, and has a very well established evergreen and indigenous spekboom (Portulacaria afra) hedge enclosing almost the entire property. This highly-prized perennial is also known as porkbush or elephant’s food and is edible too! Read more about this hero plant in our News section on the home page.
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Contact Us

Elaine Hurford
Tel: 023 541 1158
Cell: 082 774 1069
Fax: 086 633 3294
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Directions & Maps
Prince Albert 's co-ordinates are 33o13' S 22o01'E
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Fun Facts
Our logo is based on the unique Prince Albert  gable, a variation of the original “holbol”, with vertical and horizontal moulding and a pediment with the date of construction or the owner's initials.

The use of the gable is a visual statement of our commitment to the preservation of Prince Albert’s architectural heritage.