Raptor's View Wildlife Estate was one of the first residential wildlife estates developed in South Africa. The estate offers a unique life-style where residents live and share the common ground with the animals which occur naturally in this bushveld environment. This successful concept of wildlife estates was introduced by Trevor Jordan and the first 1 ha stands started selling in they ear 2000 for about ZAR 130 000 – 190 000.
Today the average market price for a 1 ha stand lies at ZAR 450 000. All 305 stands pegged out on Raptors View have been sold by the developer and currently there are only a handful of stands back in the market for resale. The average house price lies at ZAR 2,43 million, taken from last 9 resales which included 3 spec houses.
Wildlife found on the estate consists of plains game such as:
Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, duiker, kudu, waterbuck and smaller game as well as nocturnal mammals. Occasional wild dog and leopard sightings occur which roam from neighbouring Big 4 reserves bordering the estate.