Welcome to Engel & Völkers Bloemfontein
Engel & Völkers Bloemfontein is driven by a team of passionate property specialists with a winning attitude. Property to us is a people business and we know that providing Bloemfontein residents with exceptional international service levels is part of the winning formula.
The Bloemfontein office is proud to have the opportunity to bring the Engel & Völkers network of buyers as well as sellers to the people of the "city of roses".
More about Bloemfontein
Bloemfontein, the Capital City of the Free State Province in South Africa, is centrally situated roughly in the middle of the Province, as well as in South Africa.
The "City of Roses", as it had become known locally, is placed with more pivotal importance than any other city in the country. The Judicial Capital, sixth largest city in South Africa, lies on the main road, rail and air links between north and south, east and west.
The atmosphere that one feels in Bloemfontein, this heart of the Free State situated in the central highlands, is one based on an appreciation of family values, where quality of life is of prime importance. Business and family interests are combined, in a hand-in-glove way, with no reason for discord; cultures are intermingled, again with peaceable accord.
There is little stress and less haste; the peaceful atmosphere, which is somehow almost tangible, can be felt in every street, on every pavement - all of which are noticeably clean and free of litter.
And with the cost of living among the most competitive in the country, it is a pleasure.
What keeps the past so alive is the unobtrusive and almost natural inclusion of an impressive architectural and historical heritage into the very life of a modern, developing city - here the past becomes part of the present.
Graceful charm is to be seen all along the historical, tree-lined President Brand Street, a declared national monument; stately museum buildings stand proudly visible at the ends of the bustling main streets in the business district, while small monuments and memorials, almost unnoticeable, are deliberately preserved even in built-up suburbs.
This is a town in which to live and to be, a town where a certain quality of life prevails and its unique atmosphere is there to be absorbed.