Rich in history House in Haarlem for sale
This beautifully kept historic home is situated on a large property in a sought after area of Haarlem with a raised elevation, looking over the Witteberg mountain range.
The house is the original family home of the well known Markotter family (A. F. Markotter, being known as one of the founding fathers of SA rugby). The original Markotter, Heinrich Christopher, was appointed as farm manager in 1870 by the Berlin Missionaries Society, that purchased Haarlem and surrounding farms in 1860. Heinrich was also responsible for the construction of the historic Lutheran church in Haarlem(now a National Monument).
Whilst the house still has an ‘old world’ charm, it has all the features of a luxury home such as large windows, large rooms with high ceilings (mostly yellow wood throughout) and contemporary fittings. The house is situated on an agricultural erven of approx. 4 300m2 with access to domestic & irrigation water points.
Agent: Bennett van Rensburg
Phone: 044 752 1354
Fax: 044 752 1354
Cell: 084 552 1354
Uniondale, Langkloof, Haarlem, Joubertina