Cradock at a glance

Permanent water diverted from the Orange River has given stability that many other rural areas lack in that the periodic devastating droughts are made less severe by the Lucerne and maize that is grown and that the farmers are able to produce winter grazing for their animals. The water has also enabled them to branch out into other farming enterprises such as dairy, ostrich and vegetable farming.

Our prosperity is also due to the far sightedness of the Cradock residents and the various sporting councils in promoting sport on a major scale. Cradock plays host to the great Hansa Powerade Fish River Canoe Marathon with over 1 000 paddlers every year, as well as prestige athletics events on a tartan track and there are also excellent cricket, rugby, golf and bowls facilities, as well as major tennis tournaments for young and old.

Cradock enjoys a healthy climate, with hot summers, bracing cold winters and a low rainfall. It is the lack of rain that provides the magnificent view of the stars at night and the glorious sun rises and sunsets one associates rather with a desert than a rich farming area.

The geographical position (Central to the Eastern Cape) which makes Cradock an ideal stop over for the traveller between the major centers.

For a small town Cradock offers a surprising array of things to do. It has a remarkable architectural heritage with a number of curiosities, there are museums, there is history (did you know that Paul Kruger was baptized here?); there are sports galore and a variety of excursions for sightseeing both to enjoy the magnificent scenery and to see other curiosities in the district.

Practically on our doorstep is the Mountain Zebra National Park and a bit further away is the Cat Conservation Trust which protects and breeds the smaller and seldom seen smaller feline predators.

Do not visit Cradock without stopping at our Seeff office we will be pleased to assist you.

SEEFF Properties in CRADOCK

Cradock has numerous spacious residential stands. It has older historic houses with wooden floors as well as new modern and newly built houses. Adjacent to Cradock are over 8000ha of irrigation farms next to the Great Fish River.

The rest of the district has well established sheep/goat, cattle and game farms. This area is well known for plains game - particularly springbuck and Kudu. SEEFF Property Cradock boasts an exclusive collection of residential and agricultural properties in Cradock! Call or email a friendly Seeff agent today for more information on properties in Cradock!

The services that we here at Seeff Cradock are able to provide to prospective buyers and sellers are: - General information about the political and economical situation of Cradock - Specific information about the infrastructure of the area such as schools, medical facilities, sporting facilities, road networks and security in Cradock - Property values and valuations on properties, etc.

Seeff Cradock can assist you with all your property needs, be it Agricultural, Industrial, Residential, Business or investment properties. Seeff Cradock has specialist agents who can provide buyers and sellers with all the information they require to make an informed decision regarding any property in Cradock or immediate surrounds.

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