Tulbagh at a glance
Tulbagh is a quaint town nestled in the Witzenberg Municipality at the Northern end of the Breede River Valley. Tulbagh was discovered in 1658, although occupation only really occurred from 1700 onwards when land grants were issued. The town developed strongly from 1743 through to today, although it still retains a classic South African small town feel, in particular along the historic Church Street. Tulbagh is steeped in history, and has the largest concentration of National Monuments in one street in the whole of South Africa.
From historic homes, through to a more modern living, Seeff Properties offers you the best Tulbagh has with Residential, Agricultural Properties. If you are looking for a small holding, a wine farm, a lifestyle farm, be it large or small, Seeff offers you the largest and most comprehensive list of classic South African properties available. Property South Africa is best represented by towns like Tulbagh and Franschhoek, who have a diverse range of properties available, in particular of historic value. And of course, South African property for sale is best represented by Seeff.
Property in South Africa is booming, and this is no exception for Tulbagh town. Up until now, Tulbagh has remained a hidden gem – no longer as Seeff brings you the best property South Africa as to offer.
Tulbagh farms have recently started to become desirable, as they along with farms in Ceres are priced well and represent value for money. Real estate in Tulbagh has started to pick up strongly as it is only one and a half hours from Cape Town.