Mokopane (previously known as Potgietersrus) is situated just off the N1 national highway that leads north from Johannesburg to Pretoria to Zimbabwe and Botswana.
Mokopane offers property and real estate investors a wide range of properties - large, rambling houses, smaller houses, security complexes, cluster villages and apartments as well as game and agricultural farms and now the newly developed Thorny Bush Estate
Just two hours from Gauteng, Mokopane is the perfect getaway destination and the ideal stopover for travellers. The climate of the region is invitingly subtropical and the stunning bushveld environment and influences from Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Afrikaans and English cultures give Mokopane a unique character.
Mokopane also offers a wonderful selection of outdoor activities ranging from hiking, camping and 4x4 trails to birding, angling and game viewing.
The area is rich in minerals with the mining of platinum, diamonds and granite as main activities. The Mokopane area is also one of South Africa's richest agricultural areas. One of the largest citrus groves is cultivated some 45 kilometres east of town where more than half a million trees produce 500 million oranges each year.
The Game Breeding Centre is part of the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa network. The centre breeds both indigenous (mainly rare or endangered species, including white and black rhino; the black rhinos have their own reserve) and exotic animals. Among the latter are llama, pygmy hippo, blackbuck, hog deer, mouflon wild sheep, the Madagascar lemur and the capybara, largest of the world's rodents.
Seeff Mokopane offers entry level property from as affordable as R540 000 for a two bedroom apartment to beautiful upmarket five bedroom homes. There are also many farms, vacant land and commercial properties on offer and spacious family homes can be picked up for under a million rand.
Mokopane also boasts the Thorny Bush Estate - the first of its kind in Limpopo and also more affordable than most other gated estates in the country.
Thorny Bush is upmarket and boasts a number of unique features that was previously unattainable to Mokopane and Polokwane residents and also offers remarkable investment opportunities to discerning investors.
The architectural theme of Thorny Bush is broadly described as "contemporary bushveld" and focuses on home designs that use natural materials, textures and colour schemes that blend with the natural kameeldoring bushveld.
At the same time cutting edge technology and materials are used to create a home that compliments the requirements of modern living with respect to energy efficiency and retaining building cost affordability.