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We have created a lists for National monuments and provincial monuments below. The lists of monuments have been created for each Province and show all the registered monuments in that specific province.







NR SAHRA ID Site name Name Location Town Province Erf number Significance Status
1 9/2/033/0002-548 75 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 75 Cradock Street 75 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 561, 562, 568 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
2 9/2/050/0010/004 Old Officers' Mess, Military Reserve, King William's Town Old Officers' Mess Military Reserve King William's Town EC 511 This U-shaped building was erected in 1849 as an officers' mess at a time when King William's Town formed the centre of the Frontier Wars and accommodated a large garrison. The building was used as a mess until 1884, after which it served inter alia, as a Provincial Heritage Site
3 9/2/033/0002-528 47 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 47 Cradock Street 47 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 243 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
4 9/2/033/0002-553 48 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 48 Cradock Street 48 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 300 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
5 9/2/033/0002-552 58 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 58 Cradock Street 58 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 280 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
6 9/2/033/0002-551 65 and 65A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 65 and 65A Cradock Street 65 & 65A Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 553 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
7 9/2/033/0050 72 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 72 Cradock Street 72 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 265 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
8 9/2/033/0002-550 2 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 2 Parsonage Street 2 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1545 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
9 9/2/033/0002-545 44 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 44 Cradock Street 44 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 299, 302 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
10 9/2/033/0002-549 74 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 74 Cradock Street 74 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 547 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
11 9/2/033/0038 40 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 40 Cradock Street 40 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 42 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
12 9/2/033/0002-537 76 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 76 Cradock Street 76 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 546 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
13 9/2/033/0002-546 80 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 80 Cradock Street 80 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 543 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
14 9/2/033/0002-555 92 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 92 Cradock Street 92 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2599 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
15 9/2/033/0044 95 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 95 Cradock Street 95 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 629 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
16 9/2/033/0002-544 96 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 96 Cradock Street 96 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 536 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
17 9/2/033/0002-543 100 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 100 Cradock Street 100 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 685, 686 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
18 9/2/033/0002-542 104 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 104 Cradock Street 104 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2243 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
19 9/2/033/0039 73 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 73 Cradock Street 73 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 560 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
20 9/2/073/0037 T S Lanherne, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth T S Lanherne Humewood Road Port Elizabeth EC 488 This impressive Victorian house was erected in 1894 for Mr R H Hammersley-Heened, resident engineer and General Manager of the Railways. During the Second World War it served as a convalescent home for soldiers, sailors and airmen, 1 303 of whom were trea Provincial Heritage Site
21 9/2/050/0004 5 Hood Street, King William's Town 5 Hood Street 5 Hood Street King William's Town EC 513 This mid-Nineteenth Century double-storey house is closely associated with the military history of King William's Town at a stage when the town was at the centre of the Frontier Wars. The neo-Gothic windows and Victorian wooden balcony are particularly no Provincial Heritage Site
22 9/2/070/0003 Old Residency, Rawson Street, Pearston Old Residency Rawson Street Pearston EC 375, 376 Provincial Heritage Site
23 9/2/009/0011 White Gables, 15 Park Road, Port Alfred White Gables 15 Park Road Port Alfred EC 825 This early Victorian dwelling-house with its two impressive triangular front gables dates from the 1830s and was erected by Captain Thomas Cowedroy. The two murals in the billiard room are also noteworthy. Provincial Heritage Site
24 9/2/073/0022 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth 7 Castle Hill 7 Castle Hill Port Elizabeth EC 3987 The house, No. 7 Castle Hill, was built in 1825 for the Rev. Francis McCleland, first Colonial Chaplain in Port Elizabeth. It is an excellent example of early 19th Century town houses in the Eastern Province. It is amongst the earliest substantial buildin Provincial Heritage Site
25 9/2/073/0034 14 Constitution Hill, Port Elizabeth 14 Constitution Hill 14 Constitution Hill Port Elizabeth EC 1912 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
26 9/2/073/0008/003 38 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 38 Newington Road 38 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3073 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
27 9/2/073/0008/011 56 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 56 Newington Road 56 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3082 This house forms part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late Victorian double-storeyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the end of the nineteenth century and which have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
28 9/2/033/0002-547 45 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 45 Cradock Street 45 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 243 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
29 9/2/073/0008/010 54 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 54 Newington Road 54 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3081 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
30 9/2/033/0002-539 117 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 117 Cradock Street 117 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1021 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
31 9/2/073/0039 Hillside House, 14 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth Hillside House 14 Bird Street Port Elizabeth EC 3914 Provincial Heritage Site
32 9/2/073/0042 8 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth 8 Bird Street 8 Bird Street Port Elizabeth EC 4924 Provincial Heritage Site
33 9/2/073/0024 Terrace, Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth Terrace Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
34 9/2/073/0017 Fleming House, 20 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth Fleming House 20 Bird Street Port Elizabeth EC 5546 Fleming House is an excellent example of a dwelling of a wealthy merchant in the mid-19th Century, executed in the Regency style. Built in 1853, the house has close associations with a number of leading citizens in the Cape Colony. During the 20th Century Provincial Heritage Site
35 9/2/033/0002-522 9 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 9 Bourke Street 9 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1294 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
36 9/2/033/0002-521 Camdeboo Cottages, 39-47 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet Camdeboo Cottages 39-47 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1212/1213/1214/1215/1216 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
37 9/2/033/0002-520 37 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 37 Cradock Street 37 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 238 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
38 9/2/073/0008/002 58 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 58 Newington Road 58 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3083 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
39 9/2/033/0002-335 18 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 18 Parsonage Street 18 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1520 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
40 9/2/033/0002-342 3 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 3 Parsonage Street 3 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1606 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
41 9/2/003/0119-003 58-60 High Street, Grahamstown 58-60 High Street 58-60 High Street Grahamstown EC 3879 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
42 9/2/003/0043 Beaumont and Rice Building, 112 High Street, Grahamstown Beaumont and Rice Building 112 High Street Grahamstown EC 3686 A fine building with front facade of Bathurst sandstone. Provincial Heritage Site
43 9/2/033/0002-351 6 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 6 Parsonage Street 6 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1527 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
44 9/2/033/0002-340 8 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 8 Parsonage Street 8 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1526 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
45 9/2/033/0002-339 9 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 9 Parsonage Street 9 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1561 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
46 9/2/033/0002-338 12 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 12 Parsonage Street 12 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1523 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
47 9/2/033/0002-541 107 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 107 Cradock Street 107 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 844 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
48 9/2/033/0002-336 16 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 16 Parsonage Street 16 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1521 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
49 9/2/003/0051 46-48 High Street, Grahamstown 46-48 High Street 46-48 High Street Grahamstown EC 3887 and 3888 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
50 9/2/033/0002-360 20 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 20 Parsonage Street 20 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1510 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
51 9/2/033/0002-362 10 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 10 Stockenstroom Street 10 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 363 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
52 9/2/033/0002-343 30 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 30 Stockenstroom Street 30 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 352 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
53 9/2/033/0002-368 32 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 32 Stockenstroom Street 32 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 352 and 351 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
54 9/2/033/0002-367 33 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 33 Stockenstroom Street 33 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3562 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
55 9/2/033/0002-366 44 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 44 Stockenstroom Street 44 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 345 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
56 9/2/033/0002-365 45 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 45 Stockenstroom Street 45 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 311 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
57 9/2/033/0002-337 14 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 14 Parsonage Street 14 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1522 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
58 9/2/026/0014 Old Public Library, Argyle Street, East London Publicity Association Argyle Street East London EC 15275 These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique. Provincial Heritage Site
59 9/2/033/0009 Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District Rietvlei Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District Graaff-Reinet EC Provincial Heritage Site
60 9/2/033/0002-538 119 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 119 Cradock Street 119 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1021- 1018 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
61 9/2/033/0002-443 124 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 124 Cradock Street 124 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2233 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
62 9/2/033/0002-316 126 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 126 Cradock Street 126 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2233 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
63 9/2/033/0002-464 128 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 128 Cradock Street 128 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2233 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
64 9/2/033/0002-349 135 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 135 Cradock Street 135 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 971 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
65 9/2/033/0014 136 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 136 Cradock Street 136 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 667 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
66 9/2/003/0119-002 54-56 High Street, Grahamstown 54-56 High Street 54-56 High Street Grahamstown EC 3880 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
67 9/2/033/0002-347 150 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 150 Cradock Street 150 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3513 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
68 9/2/003/0052 50 High Street, Grahamstown 50 High Street 50 High Street Grahamstown EC 3882 and 3886 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
69 9/2/033/0002-346 152 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 152 Cradock Street 152 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 891, 896 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
70 9/2/033/0002-345 155 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 155 Cradock Street 155 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 953, 955 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
71 9/2/026/0013 Cuthbert's Building, 110 Oxford Street, East London Cuthbert's Building 110 Oxford Street East London EC 15284 This imposing treble-storeyed building, with its Flemish Renaissance gables, was designed by the architects Parker and Forsyth of Cape Town and erected in 1901 under the supervision of J Pender West, of the same firm, for W M Cuthbert. The fine cast-iron Provincial Heritage Site
72 9/2/003/0048 36 High Street, Grahamstown 36 High Street 36 High Street Grahamstown EC 3901 and 3902 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
73 9/2/003/0047 32, 34 High Street, Grahamstown 32, 34 High Street 32, 34 High Street Grahamstown EC 3901, 3902 and 3903 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. This is a fine late Victorian shop front of two floors with a domed corner tower jutting out and overhanging curved verandah roof. Free Renaissance facade treatment with fene Provincial Heritage Site
74 9/2/033/0002-344 176 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 176 Cradock Street 176 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 924 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
75 9/2/033/0002-334 180 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 180 Cradock Street 180 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 45, 3562 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
76 9/2/033/0002-540 109 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 109 Cradock Street 109 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 844 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
77 9/2/033/0002-348 138A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 138A Cradock Street 138A Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 655 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
78 9/2/004/0011 Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary, Burgersdorp Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary Burgersdorp Burgersdorp EC 184 In this building the Theological Seminary of the Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika was established in 1869. In 1905 this institution was moved to Potchefstroom where it eventually gave rise to the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. Provincial Heritage Site
79 9/2/009/0016 Methodist Church, York Road, Bathurst Methodist Church York Road Bathurst EC 406 Provincial Heritage Site
80 9/2/033/0057 Jewish Cemetery, Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet Jewish Cemetery Donkin Street, cnr Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 396 Provincial Heritage Site
81 9/2/073/0005 Donkin Reserve, Port Elizabeth Donkin Reserve Port Elizabeth EC 1900 Provincial Heritage Site
82 9/2/009/0014 Methodist Church complex, Clumber, Bathurst District Methodist Church complex Clumber, Bathurst District Bathurst EC Allotment 18 On this site the Nottingham Party of British Settlers held a service of thanksgiving on their arrival in 1820 and built the first church in 1825. The second church, which replaced it in 1837, served as a defence station in 1846 during the hostilities. The Provincial Heritage Site
83 9/2/073/0029 Erf 4763, 4764, Market Square, Port Elizabeth Market Square Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth EC 4763, 4764 The Market Square forms an important part of the historic centre of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
84 9/2/011/0003 1828 and 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches, Glen Lynden, Bedford District 1828 & 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches Glen Lynden, Bedford District Bedford EC 54 The older church, which dates from 1828, was erected in the simple vernacular style. It is T-shaped and, together with the other neighbouring church, which was erected in 1874 in the neo-Gothic style, it forms an important architectural group. Provincial Heritage Site
85 9/2/033/0002-526 93 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 93 Donkin Street 93 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 835 Provincial Heritage Site
86 9/2/024/0012 Dutch Reformed Church, Stockenstroom Street, Cradock Dutch Reformed Church Stockenstroom Street Cradock EC 885 This church building is situated on the same site where the first Dutch Reformed Church in Cradock was built between 1821 and 1824. Construction work on the present church commenced in January 1864 and it was consecrated on 10 September 1868. As reagrds Provincial Heritage Site
87 9/2/050/0036 Lutheran Church complex, Braunschweig Lutheran Church complex Braunschweig King William's Town EC This Lutheran Church complex consisting of the neo-Gothic church building of 1904, the parsonage of 1860 and the school building of 1860 and extension of 1904, is closely associated with the arrival of the German Legion in 1857and thereafter the German Se Provincial Heritage Site
88 9/2/005/0004 Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Alexandria Dutch Reformed Church Voortrekker Street Alexandria EC 1173 Provincial Heritage Site
89 9/2/004/0003 Christ Church, Church Street, Burgersdorp Christ Church Church Street Burgersdorp EC 190 This church with its neo-Gothic features dates from the 1860s. The chancel was erected in 1902. Provincial Heritage Site
90 9/2/004/0006 Old Reformed Church Parsonage, Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp Old Reformed Church Parsonage Piet Retief Street Burgersdorp EC 185 This Victorian house dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. From 1868 it served as parsonage for Prof Dirk Potsma, founder of the Reformed Church in South Africa. Prof Jan Lion-Cachet also lived here from 1895. Provincial Heritage Site
91 9/2/020/0003-002 Second Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District Second Church Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
92 9/2/020/0003 Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District Hilton Methodist Church complex Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
93 9/2/020/0003-001 First Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District First Church Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
94 9/2/024/0011 Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage, 87 High Street, Cradock Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage 87 High Street Cradock EC 1710 This property was probably granted to the Church Council of the local Dutch Reformed Church early in the 19th Century, although the building of the parsonage was commenced in 1848. The parsonage, which was used as such until 1904, is mainly associated w Provincial Heritage Site
95 9/2/050/0007 Old Residency, Reserve Road, King William's Town Old Residency Reserve Road King William's Town EC 511 or 4682 The historic Residency was erected around 1846 and is situated on the spot where the London Missionary Society's mission station was built by John Brownlee after his arrival in 1826. This building is closely linked to the history of King William's Town an Provincial Heritage Site
96 9/2/077/0003 Hexagon, Queenstown Hexagon Queenstown EC The Hexagon was originally laid out in the centre of Queenstown for defence purposes, and has remained the focal point of the town plan. The idea of this Hexagon shape originated with Commander T H Bowker, whose memorandum on the granting of farms and th Provincial Heritage Site
97 9/2/090/0006 Ganger's Cottage No 17, East London and Queenstown Railway, Stutterheim District Ganger's Cottage No 17 Stutterheim District Stutterheim EC 2279 This fortified house is one of the only remaining examples of a series of similar structures which were built during the Frontier War of 1877-1878 to protect the railway line between East London and Toise River. Provincial Heritage Site
98 9/2/009/0017 St Stephen's Church, Ostrich Spring, Bathurst District St Stephen's Church Coniston, Bathurst District Bathurst EC 143 St Stephen's is a fine historical country church, recently restored to full use. It complements the collection of country churches in the Lower Albany Region such as St John's in Bathurst and St Mary's in Cuylervillel, and fully warrants recognition. Register
99 9/2/050/0023 Old Military Hospital, King William's Town Old Military Hospital King William's Town King William's Town EC 511 Provincial Heritage Site
100 9/2/050/0010/002 Old Powder Magazine, Military Reserve, King William's Town Old Powder Magazine Military Reserve King William's Town EC 511 This powder magazine is one of the largest and best preserved examples of its kind in South Africa. It was probably erected in two stages, namely between 1852 and 1862 and between 1864 and 1875. Provincial Heritage Site
101 9/2/050/0022 Old Blacksmiths shop, Oak Street, King William's Town Old Blacksmiths shop Oak Street King William's Town EC 511 Provincial Heritage Site
102 9/2/050/0021 Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess, Reserve Road, King William's Town Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess Reserve Road King William's Town EC 511 Provincial Heritage Site
103 9/2/502/0016 Watch Tower, Peddie Watch Tower Peddie, Ciskei Peddie EC Provincial Heritage Site
104 4/K/Ped/2 Cavalry Barracks and Stables, Peddie Cavalry Barracks and Stables Peddie Peddie EC This military building complex was erected in about 1840 and until 1862 served as an important centre of among others, the Cape Mounted Riflemen. Hereafter some of the military buildings were used for many years as the Residency and postmaster's dwelling. Provincial Heritage Site
105 9/2/009/0023 St John's Church, Donkin Street, Bathurst St John's Church Donkin Street Bathurst EC 103 This fine church was built by 1820 Settlers. The foundation stone was laid in 1832. It repeatedly served as a place of refuge and fortification during times of war. Provincial Heritage Site
106 9/2/082/0007 Walter Battiss Art Museum, 45 Paulet Street, Somerset East Walter Battiss Art Museum 45 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 57 This Georgian double-storeyed building was originally erected in about 1815 by Lord Charles Somerset for officers and presumably also soldiers who were stationed on the Eastern Frontier. The Victorian verandah was added later. Provincial Heritage Site
107 9/2/009/0025 St Mary's Church, Cuylerville, Bathurst District St Mary's Church Cuylerville, Bathurst District Bathurst EC A party of 256 settlers under Lieut. John Baillie R.N. established themselves here in 1820 and named the place Cuylerville. On this site they built a church and school. which also served as a fortification against the repeated attacks of the Xhosas. The p Provincial Heritage Site
108 9/2/095/0010 Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp, Uitenhage Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp Uitenhage EC 11216 The concentration camp site at Uitenhage was in use from April to October 1902, and was one of the last of about 50 concentration camps that were established during the Anglo-Boer War. Mainly women and children from the Orange FSwere housed here Provincial Heritage Site
109 9/2/002/0005 Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church, Glen Thorn, Adelaide District Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church Glen Thorn, Adelaide District EC 41 Oldest Presbyterian Church building used continuously for worship in the EC. Built 1840. Provincial Heritage Site
110 9/2/003/0042 Kariega Baptist Church, Albany District Kariega Baptist Church Kariega, Albany District EC The foundations and part of the walls of this church were built in 1834. It was to have been the first Baptist church in South Africa outside Grahamstown but three successive Frontier Wars intervened before it was completed in 1854. Provincial Heritage Site
111 9/2/003/0029/001 1832 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District 1832 Methodist Church Salem, Albany District Salem EC This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes Provincial Heritage Site
112 9/2/003/0029/002 1850 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District 1850 Methodist Church Salem, Albany District Salem EC This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes Provincial Heritage Site
113 9/2/003/0029 1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches, Salem, Albany District 1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches Salem, Albany District Salem EC 519 This church complex, consisting of the 1832 church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early ninetteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
114 9/2/003/0044 Farmerfield Methodist Church, Albany District Farmerfield Methodist Church Albany District Albany EC 549 This neo-Gothic Methodist Church was designed by the Rev. Thornley Smith and was erected in 1844. It originally served a community established by the Rev. William Shaw as an experiment in social rehabilitation. The church building is still being used a Provincial Heritage Site
115 9/2/109/0003 Dutch Reformed Church, 90 Grey Street, Dordrecht Dutch Reformed Church 90 Grey Street Dordrecht EC 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506 This rectangular stone church building, with its elegant stone tower of 154 feet, is one of the best examples of the Gothic renewal building style. The cornerstone was laid on 20 May 1882 and the building was officially inaugurated on 18 August 1883. The Provincial Heritage Site
116 9/2/073/0006 Fort Frederick, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth Fort Frederick Belmont Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3596 Provincial Heritage Site
117 9/2/033/0002-417 71 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 71 Donkin Street 71 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 877 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
118 9/2/003/0017 Commemoration Church, High Street, Grahamstown Commemoration Church High Street Grahamstown EC 1898 The Commemoration Church, which is predominantly in the neo-Gothic style, was erected to mark the silver jubilee of the arrival of the British Settlers of 1820. The Foundation-stone was laid on 10 April 1845. The church was inaugurated on 24 November 1850 Provincial Heritage Site
119 9/2/033/0002-536 Hester Rupert Art Museum, 19 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Hester Rupert Art Museum 19 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1505 The Old Mission Church was built in 1821 by a local missionary Society, the Graaff-Reinetse Medewerkende Sendinggenootschap. Provincial Heritage Site
120 9/2/033/0036 Old Congregational Church, 23 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet Old Congregational Church 23 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3398 Provincial Heritage Site
121 9/2/033/0042 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1495 Provincial Heritage Site
122 9/2/033/0016 St James Church, 35 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet St James Church 35 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1512 Provincial Heritage Site
123 9/2/033/0002-525 104 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet 104 Church Street 104 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1052, 1053 Provincial Heritage Site
124 9/2/073/0016/003 5 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 5 Cora Terrace 5 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3922 These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
125 9/2/024/0003 Old Congregational Church, 1 High Street, Cradock Old Congregational Church 1 High Street Cradock EC 1227 This neo-Gothic church was erected in 1853 by the Revd. Barry Taylor, the then missionary in Cradock of the London Missionary Society. It is a replica of the Harpenden Chapel in England. Provincial Heritage Site
126 9/2/033/0002-523 138B Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 138B Cradock Street 138B Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 656 & 655 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
127 9/2/003/0085 Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels Rhodes University, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 3255/3259 This basilican chapel was built in 1915/16. The foundation stone was laid on 2 June 1915 and the chapel was consecrated by Bishop Phelps on 14 October 1916. The impressive fresco of the Madonna and child above the alter was painted by Sister Margaret fr Provincial Heritage Site
128 9/2/033/0002-442 72 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 72 Donkin Street 72 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 797 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
129 9/2/033/0002-441 76 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 76 Donkin Street 76 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 807 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
130 Graaff-ReinetTemp Dutch Reformed Church, Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District Dutch Reformed Church Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District Adendorp EC 1145 Provincial Heritage Site
131 9/2/033/0004 Urquhart House, Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet Urquhart House Somerset Street, cnr Murray Street Graaff-Reinet EC 4312 Provincial Heritage Site
132 9/2/050/0008 Holy Trinity Church, Prince Alfred's Square, King William's Town Holy Trinity Church Prince Alfred's Square King William's Town EC 610 Provincial Heritage Site
133 9/2/053/0003 St Paul's Church, Komga St Paul's Church 63 Fountain Street Komga EC 63 The original part of this church was completed in 1866 and was used as a temporary fort during the Nineth Frontier War (1877-78). The chancel was added in 1880 and the castellated tower early in the 20th Century. Provincial Heritage Site
134 9/2/033/0002-352 Adampie Cafe, 81 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Adampie Café 81 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1751 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
135 9/2/033/0002-524 24-26 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 24-26 Park Street 24-26 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3445 (Portion of Erf 3441). These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
136 9/2/003/0090 Old St Bartholomew's Church school, Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown Old St Bartholomew's Church School Bartholomew Street Grahamstown EC 4107 Erected in 1866 as a boys' school. Provincial Heritage Site
137 9/2/033/0002-563 75-77 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 75-77 Donkin Street 75-77 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3433 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
138 9/2/026/0006 Old Methodist Church, Ncera, East London District Old Methodist Church Ncera, East London District East London EC 1024 Provincial Heritage Site
139 9/2/003/0093 Hill Organ, Grahamstown, Methodist Church, Grahamstown Hill Organ Grahamstown Grahamstown EC This organ was made by William Hill, London, between 1832 and 1837. It was imported by Major Henry Somerset as a present to his wife. She gave it to the chapel in Fort England, from where it was transferred to the Methodist Church, Grahamstown in 1914. Heritage Object
140 9/2/033/0002-534 13 Ryneveld Square, Graaff-Reinet 13 Ryneveld Square 13 Ryneveld Square Graaff-Reinet EC 198 Provincial Heritage Site
141 9/2/003/0071 Sole Memorial Church, 20 High Street, Grahamstown Sole Memorial Church 20 High Street Grahamstown EC 1618 Erected in 1838 for use as a schoolhouse. Enlarged in 1843. Named after John Henry Sole who devoted most of his life to the advancement of the 'coloured' community of Grahamstown. Provincial Heritage Site
142 9/2/003/0033 Remains of Shaw Chapel, 4-6 Chapel Street, Grahamstown Remains of Shaw Chapel 4-6 Chapel Street Grahamstown EC 6686 This structure is all that remains of the Methodist Chapel which was the first building erected for Christian worship in Grahamstown. William Shaw was chiefly responsible for its erection. It was dedicated on 10 November 1822 and served the Wesleyan Met Provincial Heritage Site
143 9/2/033/0002-533 100 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 100 Bourke Street 100 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2831 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
144 9/2/033/0002-527 89 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 89 Donkin Street 89 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 879 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
145 9/2/033/0002-531 102 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 102 Bourke Street 102 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2831 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
146 9/2/033/0002-519 61 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet 61 Church Street 61 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1578 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
147 9/2/003/0089 Alms Houses, 21-23 Lawrence Street, Grahamstown Alms Houses 21-23 Lawrence Street Grahamstown EC 4108 Provincial Heritage Site
148 9/2/033/0002-530 66 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 66 Bourke Street 66 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 630 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
149 9/2/033/0006 Old Residency, 1 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet Old Residency 1 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3807 The Residency is a well preserved model of the early 19th Century H-planned gable house which, together with the impressive Reinet House, form a unique architectural group at the end of Parsonage Street. Provincial Heritage Site
150 9/2/003/0014 St Bartholomew's Church, Market Street, Grahamstown St Bartholomew's Church Market Street Grahamstown EC 4113 Provincial Heritage Site
151 9/2/033/0002-529 73 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 73 Somerset Street 73 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 687 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
152 9/2/003/0028 Chapel House, 9-11 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown Chapel House 9-11 Bartholomew Street Grahamstown EC 4097 This Georgian double-storeyed building which was erected in 1823, is the oldest Baptist Church in South Africa. The foundation stone was alid on 6 January by William Miller, the 1820 Settler founder of the Baptist Church in South Africa. The church was c Provincial Heritage Site
153 9/2/003/0030 Baptist Mother Church, Bathurst Street, Grahamstown Baptist Mother Church Bathurst Street Grahamstown EC 1654 Provincial Heritage Site
154 9/2/033/0025 Te Water House, 32 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet Te Water House 32 Somerset Street, cnr Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1500 Provincial Heritage Site
155 9/2/033/0002-532 104 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 104 Bourke Street 104 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2831 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
156 9/2/033/0002-375 28 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 28 North Street 28 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 188 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
157 9/2/033/0002-371 4 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 4 Bourke Street 4 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 208 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
158 9/2/033/0002-379 5 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 5 Donkin Street 5 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 381 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
159 9/2/033/0008 49 Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet Obesa Nursery 49 Murray Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1701 Provincial Heritage Site
160 9/2/033/0002-388 7 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 Cradock Street 7 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2100 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
161 9/2/028/0013 St John's Church, Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District St John's Church Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District Fort Beaufort EC 52 Provincial Heritage Site
162 9/2/033/0002-377 83 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet 83 Church Street 83 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1750 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
163 9/2/033/0002-376 3 Queen Street, Graaff-Reinet 3 Queen Street 3 Queen Street Graaff-Reinet EC 90, 91 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
164 9/2/033/0002-404 Dudley Hall, 55 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Dudley Hall 55 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 589 Provincial Heritage Site
165 9/2/003/0086/002 Trinity Church Hall, 57 Hill Street, Grahamstown Trinity Church Hall 57 Hill Street Grahamstown EC 3591 Provincial Heritage Site
166 9/2/033/0002-383 17 Caroline Street, Graaff-Reinet 17 Caroline Street 17 Caroline Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3592 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
167 9/2/033/0002-374 62 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 62 Bourke Street 62 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 625 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
168 9/2/033/0002-373 15 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 15 Cradock Street 15 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 72 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
169 9/2/033/0002-372 91 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 91 Cradock Street 91 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 628 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
170 9/2/033/0002-397 87, 89, 91Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 87, 89, 91Cradock Street 87-89 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 622 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
171 9/2/033/0002-399 63 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 63 Caledon Street 63 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 584 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
172 9/2/033/0002-380 140 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 140 Cradock Street 140 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 657 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
173 9/2/033/0002-438 32 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet 32 Plasket Street 32 Plasket Street Graaff-Reinet EC 411? These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
174 9/2/003/0086/003 Trinity Church, 59 Hill Street, Grahamstown Trinity Church 59 Hill Street Grahamstown EC 3592 Provincial Heritage Site
175 9/2/033/0002-428 39 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 39 Park Street 39 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 307 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
176 9/2/033/0002-364 46 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 46 Stockenstroom Street 46 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 333 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
177 9/2/033/0002-426 1 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet 1 Milner Street 1 Milner Street Graaff-Reinet EC 587 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
178 9/2/033/0002-435 3 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet 3 Milner Street 3 Milner Street Graaff-Reinet EC 593 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
179 9/2/033/0002-444 8 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet 8 Parliament Street 8 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1201 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
180 9/2/033/0002-433 10 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet 10 Parliament Street 10 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1202 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
181 9/2/033/0002-432 156-158 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 156-158 Cradock Street 156-158 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3335 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
182 9/2/033/0002-431 12 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet 12 Napier Street 12 Napier Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1352 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
183 9/2/033/0002-381 2 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 2 Bourke Street 2 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 207 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
184 9/2/033/0002-429 7 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 Cross Street 7 Cross Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1519 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
185 9/2/033/0002-382 15 and 15A Rabie Street, Graaff-Reinet 15 and 15A Rabie Street 15 & 15A Rabie Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1265 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
186 9/2/033/0002-427 7 Muller Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 Muller Street 7 Muller Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1260, 1261 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
187 9/2/033/0002-406 60 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 60 Bourke Street 60 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 614 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
188 9/2/033/0002-415 118 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 118 Caledon Street 118 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 341 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
189 9/2/033/0002-386 6 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 6 Donkin Street 6 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1931 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
190 9/2/033/0043 5 Rothman Street, Graaff-Reinet 5 Rothman Street 5 Rothman Street Graaff-Reinet EC 65 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
191 9/2/033/0002-385 63 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 63 Bourke Street 63 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1128/1129/1130 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
192 9/2/033/0002-384 Tattersalls, 14 Market Square, Graaff-Reinet Tattersalls 14 Market Square Graaff-Reinet EC 1454 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
193 9/2/033/0002-403 Manse, 57 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Manse 57 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 588 Provincial Heritage Site
194 9/2/033/0002-430 4 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet 4 Cross Street 4 Cross Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1511 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
195 9/2/073/0011 Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building, 4-18 Westbourne Road, Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building 4-18 Westbourne Road Port Elizabeth EC Erected in 1899, the building comprising the Brister, Salomon and Goldschmidt Cottages of the Port Elizabeth ladies' Benevolent Society provides a simple architectural statement but at the same time an interesting insight into the social history of Port E Register
196 9/2/028/0019 Sipton Manor, Fort Beaufort District Sipton Manor Fort Beaufort District Fort Beaufort EC Provisional Protection
197 9/2/003/0062 Old Methodist Church, Collingham, Albany District Old Methodist Church Collingham, Albany District Albany EC 229 Provisional Protection
198 9/2/090/0010-003 Original school, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District Original school Mgwali Mission complex Mgwali EC 142 Provisional Protection
199 9/2/090/0010-004 Old hostel, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District Old hostel Mgwali Mission complex Mgwali EC 142 Provisional Protection
200 9/2/073/0062 15 Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth 15 Pearson Street 15 Pearson Street Port Elizabeth EC 2594 Register
201 9/2/044/0007 School, Moravian Mission, Thornham, Humansdorp District School Thornham Humansdorp EC Lot 4 The old school at Thornham is one of the oldest structures in the area and despite its basic simplicity, is worthy of recognition. Register
202 9/2/045/0005 Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Indwe Dutch Reformed Church Voortrekker Street Indwe EC 304, 314 The Dutch Reformed Church in Indwe is one of the last large sandstone churches to be erected in the North EC. It holds a very prominent position within the town itself. Register
203 9/2/033/0002-405 142 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 142 Cradock Street 142 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 657 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
204 9/2/059/0002-004 M.O.T.H. Building, Maclear M.O.T.H. Building Maclear Maclear EC Register
205 9/2/003/0005 Old cemeteries, Anderson Street, Grahamstown Old cemeteries Anderson Street Grahamstown EC Provisional Protection
206 9/2/073/0052 Redhouse Village Hall, 31 Paterson Street, Redhouse, Port Elizabeth Redhouse Village Hall 31 Paterson Street Port Elizabeth EC 86 This is one of the very few large wood and iron structures left standing in the EC. The Redhouse village is much cherished by the residents of Redhouse village.This hall is an excellent example of a community based project. It was raised by th Register
207 9/2/087/0004 22 Victoria Road, Steytlerville 22 Victoria Road 22 Victoria Road Steytlerville EC 174 A somewhat unusual variation of a Karroo cottage, in tha it does not have a flat roof. The building is in excellent condition. Register
208 9/2/026/0032 Cambridge Primary School, Brabant Street, East London Cambridge Primary School Brabant Street East London EC 5409 The Cambridge Preparatory School, one of the earliest educational institutions still extant in East London, was the first school to be erected in the municipality of Cambridge. The school still serves the same function and remains in a good and largely Register
209 9/2/073/0063 21 Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth 21 Prospect Hill 21 Prospect Hill Port Elizabeth EC 4013 No 21 Prospect Hill is a fine example of a mid Victorian building with Georgian influences. It is well worthy of recognition and preservation. Register
210 9/2/011/0002-078 18 Cradock Street, Bedford 18 Cradock Street 18 Cradock Street Bedford EC 719 No 18 Cradock road Bedford is a good example of a Georgian type house that has remained little altered since its erection in 1855. It remains as a important landmark in a street that has been greatly changed over the years. Register
211 9/2/003/0049 38 Somerset Street, Grahamstown 38 Somerset Street 38 Somerset Street Grahamstown EC 3740 No 38 Somerset Street is one of the oldest dwellings in Grahamstown, and has been used as the offices of the former Lieutenant Sir Andries Stockenstrom. It retains its historical character and standing as it does at the corner of othertwo important stree Register
212 9/2/011/0005 Old Dairy, Avondale, Bedford District Old Dairy Avondale, Bedford District Bedford EC 99 Register
213 9/2/095/0002-304 Park Centre, 17 Upper Church Street, Uitenhage Park Centre 17 Upper Church Street, cnr Cannon Street Uitenhage EC 5422, 5423,5424, 5425 & 5443 The Park Centre, formally Riebeeck College are amongst the oldest school buildings in Uitenhage and make up an important street scape along a major thoroughfare in the town. The structures, although having had some alterations and additions, remain in a Register
214 9/2/033/0002-395 23 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 23 Cradock Street 23 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 231 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
215 9/2/033/0002-402 Jan Rupert Centre, 41-43 Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet Jan Rupert Centre 41-43 Middle Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3836 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
216 9/2/033/0002-401 Trinity Methodist Church, 53 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Trinity Methodist Church 53 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 589 Provincial Heritage Site
217 9/2/033/0002-400 6 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet 6 Parliament Street 6 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1187 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
218 9/2/033/0020 18 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet Camdeboo Cottages 18 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1211 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
219 9/2/033/0019 16 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet Camdeboo Cottages 16 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1210 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
220 9/2/033/0002-389 34 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet 34 Church Street 34 Church Street (Part of Drostdy complex). Graaff-Reinet EC 1161 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
221 9/2/033/0002-398 Camdeboo Restaurant, 32 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Camdeboo Restaurant 32 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1180 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
222 9/2/033/0047 Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District Lettskraal Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District Graaff-Reinet EC 156 Lettskraal house and farm building are of extreme historical and architectural imporatnce. The former farm of Andries pretorius, before he left on the Great Trek, the complex at Lettskraal, despite their dilapidated conditions are probably the most intact Provisional Protection
223 9/2/033/0002-396 24 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 24 Donkin Street 24 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 756 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
224 9/2/033/0007 Owl House, Erf 306 River Street, Nieu-Bethesda Owl House New Street Nieu-Bethesda EC 306 Provisional Protection
225 9/2/033/0002-394 1 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 1 Bourke Street 1 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 202 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
226 9/2/003/0069 Truro House, 84 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown Truro House, Johan Carinus Art Centre 84 Beaufort Street Grahamstown EC 3429, 3430 Provincial Heritage Site
227 9/2/003/0011 St Peter's Anglican Church, Sidbury, Albany District St Peter's Anglican Church Sidbury, Albany District Sidbury EC 6, 10, 11, 12 One of the earliest country Anglican churches in the Albany District. Displays architectural merit. Provincial Heritage Site
228 9/2/044/0006-003 School, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District School Clarkson EC Provisional Protection
229 9/2/073/0055 South End Museum, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth (See 9/2/073/0061) Seafarer's Club Humewood Road, cnr Walmer Boulevard Port Elizabeth EC 1086 Provisional Protection
230 9/2/090/0010 Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District Mgwali Mission complex Stutterheim District Mgwali EC 142 Provincial Heritage Site
231 9/2/082/0004 Ann's Villa, Somerset East District Ann's Villa Somerset East District Somerset East EC Provisional Protection
232 9/2/033/0002-439 11 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet 11 Plasket Street 11 Plasket Street Graaff-Reinet EC 424 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
233 9/2/033/0002-407 24 and 26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 24 and 26 Somerset Street 24 & 26 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1488 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
234 9/2/033/0030 104 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 104 Somerset Street 104 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 502 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
235 9/2/003/0086/001 Trinity Church cottage, 55 Hill Street, Grahamstown Trinity Church Cottage 55 Hill Street Grahamstown EC 3590 Provincial Heritage Site
236 9/2/033/0002-307 26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 26 Somerset Street 26 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1489 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
237 9/2/033/0029 80 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 80 Somerset Street 80 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 535 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
238 9/2/033/0002-297 83 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 83 Somerset Street 83 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 691 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
239 9/2/033/0002-305 84 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 84 Somerset Street 84 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3845 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
240 9/2/033/0002-314 87 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 87 Somerset Street 87 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 692 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
241 9/2/033/0002-303 90 and 90A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 90 and 90A Somerset Street 90 & 90A Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 509 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
242 9/2/033/0002-330 22 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 22 North Street 22 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 184, 185 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
243 9/2/033/0002-301 102 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet Die Pophuis 102 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 503 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
244 9/2/033/0002-310 67 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 67 Somerset Street 67 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 609 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
245 9/2/033/0002-300 7 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 North Street 7 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1334 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
246 9/2/033/0002-299 10 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 10 North Street 10 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 178 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
247 9/2/033/0002-298 7 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 Bourke Street 7 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1295 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
248 9/2/033/0002-323 13 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 13 North Street 13 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1330 and 1354 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
249 9/2/033/0002-325 18 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 18 North Street 18 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 182 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
250 9/2/033/0002-306 19 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 19 North Street 19 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1324 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
251 9/2/033/0002-437 34 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet 34 Plasket Street 34 Plasket Street Graaff-Reinet EC 413? These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
252 9/2/033/0002-302 94 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 94 Somerset Street 94 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 508 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
253 9/2/033/0002-354 25 and 25A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 25 and 25A Somerset Street 25 & 25A Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1528 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
254 4/K/King/1 Fort Murray, Zwelitsha District Fort Murray Zwelitsha District Zwelitsha EC Provincial Heritage Site
255 9/2/033/0002-361 49 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 49 Stockenstroom Street 49 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2352 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
256 9/2/033/0032 60 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet The Haven 60 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 468 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
257 9/2/033/0002-370 72 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 72 Stockenstroom Street 72 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3319 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
258 9/2/033/0002-359 77 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 77 Stockenstroom Street 77 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 513 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
259 9/2/033/0002-358 79 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 79 Stockenstroom Street 79 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 512 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
260 9/2/033/0002-357 Elifa, 90 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet Elifa 90 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 711, 713, 714 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
261 9/2/033/0002-308 79 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 79 Somerset Street 79 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 696 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
262 9/2/033/0002-355 17 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet Red Cross Home 17 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3572 ? 1555 ? These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
263 9/2/033/0002-309 72 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 72 Somerset Street 72 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 565 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
264 9/2/033/0002-353 27 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 27 Somerset Street 27 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1529 & 1532 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
265 9/2/033/0002-332 38 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 38 Somerset Street 38 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1244 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
266 9/2/033/0002-304 42 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 42 Somerset Street 42 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1234, 1237, 1239 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
267 9/2/033/0002-341 44 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 44 Somerset Street 44 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1235 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
268 9/2/033/0002-312 48 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 48 Somerset Street 48 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1224 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
269 9/2/033/0015 Vrederus, 55 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet Vrederus 55 and 57 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1200, 1204 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
270 9/2/033/0002-311 66 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet 66 Somerset Street 66 Somerset Street Graaff-Reinet EC 569 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
271 9/2/033/0002-329 23 North Street, Graaff-Reinet Northview 23 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1319 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
272 9/2/033/0002-356 22 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet Red Cross office 22 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1509 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
273 9/2/033/0002-410 15 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 15 Donkin Street 15 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 390 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
274 9/2/033/0002-419 4 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 4 Church Square 4 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 3317 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
275 9/2/033/0002-418 10 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 10 Church Square 10 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 194 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
276 9/2/033/0002-408 12 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 12 Church Square 12 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 194 (2 houses) These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
277 9/2/033/0002-416 14 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 14 Church Square 14 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 195 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
278 9/2/033/0002-425 18 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 18 Church Square 18 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 1307 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
279 9/2/033/0002-414 10 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 10 Donkin Street 10 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 445 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
280 9/2/033/0002-413 46 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 46 Bourke Street 46 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 599 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
281 9/2/033/0002-331 21 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 21 North Street 21 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1322 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
282 9/2/033/0002-411 13 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 13 Donkin Street 13 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 390 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
283 9/2/033/0002-422 19 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 19 Park Street 19 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 230 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
284 9/2/033/0002-409 16 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 16 Donkin Street 16 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 432 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
285 9/2/073/0060 Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam, Upper Valley Road, South End, Port Elizabeth Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam Upper Valley Road Port Elizabeth EC 83 and 85 The Shri Siva Subramanier & Marriamman Aulayam is the oldest place of Hindu worship in the EC. As is to be expected, it has grown throughout the years, but apart from the face brick portico to the oldest temple, its integrity remains intact. T Register
286 9/2/026/0035 West Bank High School, Hood Street, East London West Bank High School Hood Street East London EC 22071, 20187 Register
287 9/2/033/0002-434 64 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 64 Donkin Street 64 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 794 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
288 9/2/033/0002-436 69 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 69 Donkin Street 69 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 877 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
289 9/2/033/0002-440 79 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet 79 Donkin Street 79 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2820 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
290 9/2/033/0026 54 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 54 Bourke Street 54 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 607 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
291 9/2/033/0002-412 11 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet Mountain View 11 Donkin Street Graaff-Reinet EC 384 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
292 9/2/033/0002-319 106 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 106 Caledon Street 106 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 321 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
293 9/2/033/0002-328 24 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 24 North Street 24 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 186 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
294 9/2/033/0002-327 38 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 38 North Street 38 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 197 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
295 9/2/033/0002-326 42 North Street, Graaff-Reinet 42 North Street 42 North Street Graaff-Reinet EC 199 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
296 9/2/033/0002-315 76 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 76 Caledon Street 76 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2241 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
297 9/2/033/0002-324 24 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 24 Bourke Street 24 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 220 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
298 9/2/033/0002-333 Educamus, 91 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Educamus 91 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 523 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
299 9/2/033/0002-322 98 and 98A Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 98 and 98A Caledon Street 98 & 98A Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 327, 316, 326 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
300 9/2/033/0002-420 6 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 6 Church Square 6 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 3317 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
301 9/2/033/0002-320 102 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 102 Caledon Street 102 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 324 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
302 9/2/033/0002-421 8 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet 8 Church Square 8 Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 3317 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
303 9/2/033/0002-318 4 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 4 Park Street 4 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 85 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
304 9/2/033/0002-317 6 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 6 Park Street 6 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 83, 84 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
305 9/2/033/0002-387 26 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 26 Bourke Street 26 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 222 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
306 9/2/033/0002-313 7 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 7 Park Street 7 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 211 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
307 9/2/033/0002-369 8 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet AWEA 8 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 80 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
308 9/2/033/0002-424 9 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet Muller House 9 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 212 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
309 9/2/033/0002-423 18 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet 18 Park Street 18 Park Street Graaff-Reinet EC 2123 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
310 9/2/033/0002-363 48 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 48 Stockenstroom Street 48 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 332 ? These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
311 9/2/033/0002-321 100 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 100 Caledon Street 100 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 325 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
312 9/2/073/0024/002 33 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 33 Donkin Street 33 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1917 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
313 9/2/050/0010/003 Old Commissariat Store, Military Reserve, King William's Town Old Commissariat Store Military Reserve King William's Town EC 511 This L-shaped stone building was completed in 1849, shortly before the outbreak of the Eighth Frontier War (1850-1853). It was also used in times of peace, for example to store corn during the so-called Xhosa Suicide. Provincial Heritage Site
314 9/2/044/0006-008 Church bell, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Church bell Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
315 9/2/050/0038 Steve Biko's House, 698 Ngxata Street, Ginsberg, King William's Town Steve Biko's House 698 Ngxata Street King William's Town EC 1998 Provincial Heritage Site
316 9/2/061/0005 Reformed Church, Meintjies Street, Middelburg Reformed Church Meintjies Street Middelburg EC 285, 286 This neo-Gothic church building was erected in the years 1861 to 1862, soon after the Reformed Church was established in 1859. It is the oldest Reformed Church building in the Cape Province. Provincial Heritage Site
317 9/2/009/0020 Settlers Methodist Church, Bathurst Street, Port Alfred Settlers Methodist Church Bathurst Street Port Alfred EC 1085 The original settlers church on this site was opened in 1827. This church was destroyed by fire during the Fontier War of 1835 and thereafter rebuilt. It was again seriously damaged by the Xhosas in 1846. Provincial Heritage Site
318 9/2/057/0004 Dutch Reformed Church, Joubert Street, Lady Grey Dutch Reformed Church Joubert Street Lady Grey EC 249 Provincial Heritage Site
319 9/2/061/0004 Karel Theron Primary School, Victoria Street, Middelburg Karel Theron Primary School Victoria Street Middelburg EC 920 Provincial Heritage Site
320 9/2/044/0006-005 Mission store, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Mission store Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
321 9/2/073/0024/001 31 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 31 Donkin Street 31 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1916 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
322 9/2/044/0006-004 Church offices, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Church offices Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
323 9/2/073/0024/003 35 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 35 Donkin Street 35 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1918 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
324 9/2/073/0024/004 37 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 37 Donkin Street 37 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1919 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
325 9/2/073/0024/005 39 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 39 Donkin Street 39 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1920 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
326 9/2/073/0024/006 41 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 41 Donkin Street 41 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1921 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
327 9/2/073/0024/007 43 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 43 Donkin Street 43 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1922 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
328 9/2/073/0024/008 45 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 45 Donkin Street 45 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1922 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
329 9/2/073/0024/009 47 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 47 Donkin Street 47 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1924 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
330 9/2/073/0004 Sharley Cribb Nursing College, 58 Park Drive, Port Elizabeth Sharley Cribb Nursing College 58 Park Drive Port Elizabeth EC 3235, 3236 Provincial Heritage Site
331 9/2/033/0028 8 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet 8 Napier Street 8 Napier Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1349 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
332 9/2/503/0003 Jubaeopsis Caffra, Mkambati Jubaeopsis Caffra Lusikisiki EC Provincial Heritage Site
333 9/2/033/0052 Drostdy Hotel, 28-30 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Drostdy Hotel 28-30 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1180 This building was designed by Louis Michel Thibault and erected in 1804-1806. It served as a drostdy until 1847 and since 1876 it has been used almost uninterruptedly as a hotel. The building has changed much since its erection but has been fully restored Provincial Heritage Site
334 9/2/033/0018 SA Police Academy, College Road, Graaff-Reinet SA Police Academy College Road Graaff-Reinet EC 3403 Provincial Heritage Site
335 9/2/033/0005 Dewdney House, 38 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Dewdney House 38 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1368 Provincial Heritage Site
336 9/2/033/0002-592 62 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 62 Stockenstroom Street 62 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 472 Provincial Heritage Site
337 9/2/033/0002-581 63 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 63 Stockenstroom Street 63 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 319 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
338 9/2/033/0002-580 65 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet 65 Stockenstroom Street 65 Stockenstroom Street Graaff-Reinet EC 320 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
339 9/2/044/0006-007 Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
340 9/2/033/0021 3 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet 3 Te Water Street 3 Te Water Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1487 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
341 9/2/073/0024/012 53 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 53 Donkin Street 53 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1926 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
342 9/2/033/0002-578 58 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet 58 Bourke Street 58 Bourke Street Graaff-Reinet EC 613 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
343 9/2/073/0016/005 9 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 9 Cora Terrace 9 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3927 These houses are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
344 9/2/090/0010-002 Manse, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District Manse Mgwali EC Provincial Heritage Site
345 9/2/044/0006-006 Cemetery, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Cemetery Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
346 9/2/044/0006 Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Moravian Mission Complex Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
347 9/2/044/0006-001 Church, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Church Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
348 9/2/044/0006-002 Parsonage, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District Parsonage Clarkson EC Provincial Heritage Site
349 9/2/033/0002-579 1 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet 1 Te Water Street 1 Te Water Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1486 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
350 9/2/003/0092 Upper Croft, Salem, Albany District Upper Croft Salem, Albany District Salem EC 525 Double storeyed Georgian style house. Built in 1830s. Provincial Heritage Site
351 9/2/026/0007-003 Bronze cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro Bronze canon East London EC Heritage Object
352 9/2/073/0038 Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento, King George VI Art Gallery, Park Drive, Port Elizabeth Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento King George V1 Art Gallery, Park Drive Port Elizabeth EC Heritage Object
354 9/2/026/0011 Lower Needs Camp, East London District Lower Needs Camp East London District EC 863 Provincial Heritage Site
355 9/2/009/0013 Bradshaw's Mill, Bathurst Bradshaw's Mill Bathurst Bathurst EC 365 This wool mill was built in 1821 by Samuel Bradshaw, an 1820 Settler. It played an important role in the history of the wool industry in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
356 9/2/028/0007 Old Watermill, Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District Old Water Mill Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District EC 902 Provincial Heritage Site
357 9/2/090/0007 Baron von Stutterheim Mill, Stutterheim Baron von Stutterheim Mill Stutterheim Stutterheim EC 621 This double-storeyed stone building, known as the Baron von Stutterheim Mill, was erected by Mr H J Adkins, official contractor of the British-German Legion military settlers, during the years 1860 to 1861 on the instructions of Baron Richard von Stutterh Provincial Heritage Site
358 9/2/073/0024/010 49 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 49 Donkin Street 49 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1923 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
359 9/2/003/0091 Pillar box, Worcester Street, Grahamstown Pillar box Worcester Street Grahamstown EC This pillar box, belongs to one of the earliest documented British made post boxes, the fluted type supplied in 1857. This was one of 19 distinct types of pillar boxes supplied to the British post office in the period, 1852 to 1859 i,e, before the first " Provincial Heritage Site
360 9/2/026/0007 Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro East London EC Heritage Object
361 9/2/003/0064 Mooimeisiesfontein, Riebeeck East, Albany District Mooimeisiesfontein Riebeeck East, Albany District Riebeeck East EC 193 This farmhouse was partially built by Piet Refief. He owned the property from 1814 to 1836. Provincial Heritage Site
362 9/2/003/0059 Homestead, Devonshire, Albany District Homestead Devonshire, Albany District Devonshire EC 521, 547 Built in 1832 by Richard Gush. Provincial Heritage Site
363 9/2/003/0058 Homestead, Hilton, Albany District Homestead Hilton, Albany District Hilton EC 182 This magnificent bow-fronted Georgian double-storeyed house was erected in 1834 by Richard Gush for the owner A G Cumming. The bow-fronted design is unique and a few of its kind have remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
364 CiskeiTemp8 Domira, Lovedale, Victoria East District Domira Lovedale, Victoria East District Alice EC Domira was the residence of Charles Lennox Stretch, diplomatic agent to the Gaikas (1836-1846). It also served as fortress, storm-centre and originally as the headquarters of Sir Andries Stockenstrom during the War of the Axe. Provincial Heritage Site
365 9/2/073/0007 Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue, Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue Raleigh Street Port Elizabeth EC 2228, 2230 Provincial Heritage Site
366 9/2/009/0026 Lombard's Post, Bathurst District Lombard's Post Bathurst District Bathurst EC It served as a military fortification during the fourth and sixth Frontier Wars. During the second half of the Nineteenth Century the farm buildings were fortified by the then owner, Benjamin Keeton. Provincial Heritage Site
367 9/2/073/0020/001-02 David Livingstone Cottage, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District David Livingstone Cottage Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District Bethelsdorp EC 42 The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th Provincial Heritage Site
368 9/2/003/0039-001 Post box, Grahamstown Railway station, Grahamstown Post box Grahamstown Railway Station, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC This is the second oldest surviving post box in Grahamstown Provincial Heritage Site
369 9/2/073/0057 Robin Hill, 1 Harris Street, Port Elizabeth Robin Hill 1 Harris Street Port Elizabeth EC 13 South End Provincial Heritage Site
370 9/2/003/0009 Drostdy Gateway, Somerset Street, Grahamstown Drostdy Gateway Somerset Street Grahamstown EC Provincial Heritage Site
371 9/2/073/0024/013 55 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 55 Donkin Street 55 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1927 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
372 9/2/073/0024/014 21/23 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 21/23 Donkin Street 21/23 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1908 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
373 9/2/073/0024/015 25 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 25 Donkin Street 25 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1910 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
374 9/2/073/0024/016 27 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 27 Donkin Street 27 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1913 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
375 9/2/073/0035 8 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth 8 Whitlock Street 8 Whitlock Street Port Elizabeth EC 2604 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
376 9/2/073/0036 10 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth 10 Whitlock Street 10 Whitlock Street Port Elizabeth EC 2602 These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict Provincial Heritage Site
377 9/2/026/0007-002 Bronze Feyo naval cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro Bronze Feyo naval cannon Erven 271 and 272, Morgan's Bay East London EC Heritage Object
378 9/2/073/0049-001 Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall Havelock Street Port Elizabeth EC 2600 Provincial Heritage Site
379 9/2/026/0007-001 Bronze Bocarro Cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro Bronze Bocarro Cannon East London EC Heritage Object
380 9/2/073/0021-001 Old Parsonage, Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth Old Parsonage Old Grey Institute, Pearson Street Port Elizabeth EC 2580 Provincial Heritage Site
381 9/2/005/0003 Dias Cross Memorial, Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District Dias Cross Memorial Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District Alexandria EC Provincial Heritage Site
382 9/2/051/0003 The Look Out, Kirkwood District The Lookout Kirkwood District Uitenhage EC 94 The Lookout is a raised brick platform erected by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick (the well-known author of Jock in the Bushveld) in order to get a better view of the countryside below the hill. The land around The Lookout has an unusual wide variety of botanical s Provincial Heritage Site
383 9/2/004/0009 Jubilee Fountain, Burger Square, Burgersdorp Jubilee Fountain Burger Square Burgersdorp EC 272 Provincial Heritage Site
384 9/2/034/0003 Irrigation tunnel, Hankey District Irrigation tunnel Hankey District Hankey EC The old irrigation tunnel and the water furrow are a notable engineering work of the pioneer farmers under the guidance of the Rev. William Philip. They were completed in 1844. Provincial Heritage Site
385 9/2/033/0024 Valley of Desolation, Graaff-Reinet District Valley of Desolation Graaff-Reinet District Graaff-Reinet EC Provincial Heritage Site
387 9/2/073/0024/011 51 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth 51 Donkin Street 51 Donkin Street Port Elizabeth EC 1925 These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city. Provincial Heritage Site
388 9/2/073/0049 Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth Holy Trinity Anglican Church Corner Havelock, Lawrence and Pearson Streets Port Elizabeth EC 2599, 2600 Provincial Heritage Site
389 9/2/046/0007 Dutch Reformed Church, 23 Main Street, Jansenville Dutch Reformed Church 23 High Street Jansenville EC 159 Provincial Heritage Site
390 9/2/095/0013 Old Railway Station, Market Street, Uitenhage Old Railway station Market Street Uitenhage EC 13041 This railway station, which was erected during 1875, is the original terminus building of one of the earliest railway lines in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
391 9/2/073/0012 24 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 24 Newington Road 24 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3093 Windyridge, one of the best examples of authentic Victorian architecture in Port Elizabeth, is typical of townhouses built in the 1880s. Provincial Heritage Site
392 9/2/073/0008/004 40 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 40 Newington Road 40 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3074 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
393 9/2/073/0008/005 42 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 42 Newington Road 42 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3075 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
394 9/2/073/0008/001 44 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 44 Newington Road 44 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3076 Provincial Heritage Site
395 9/2/073/0008/006 46 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 46 Newington Road 46 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3077 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
396 9/2/073/0008/007 48 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 48 Newington Road 48 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3078 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
397 9/2/026/0015 Ann Bryant Art Gallery, St Lukes Road, East London Ann Bryant Art Gallery St. Lukes Road East London EC 13700/13701 These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique. Provincial Heritage Site
398 9/2/073/0008/009 52 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 52 Newington Road 52 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3080 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
399 9/2/082/0013-001 Old College Building, New Street, Somerset East Old College Building Gill College, New Street Somerset East EC 888 Provincial Heritage Site
400 9/2/050/0027 South African Missionary Museum, Berkley Street, King William's Town South African Missionary Museum Amatola Row King William's Town EC 906 This church was built in 1855 in the neo-Gothic style. It was later used by the local German Baptist congregation and is now the home of the South African Missionary Museum. Provincial Heritage Site
401 9/2/050/0006 Brownlee Congregational Church, Reserve Road, King William's Town Brownlee Congregational Church King William's Town EC 4099 This building was erected in 1860 by the Rev. John Brownlee, missionary and founder of King William's Town. Provincial Heritage Site
402 9/2/050/0028 Old Methodist Manse, 25 Berkley Street, King William's Town Old Methodist Manse 25 Berkley Street King William's Town EC 602 The old Methodist manse was built un approximately 1855. It is a simple, double-storeyed building with a corrugated iron roof and a wooden balcony which stretches from one side of the front facade to the other. Together with the old Methodist Church it f Provincial Heritage Site
403 9/2/050/0029 Old Synagogue, Berkley Street, King William's Town Synagogue Berkley Street King William's Town EC 905 This predominantly neo-Gothic building probably dates from the eighteen fifties and was used for several decades as a school by the Wesleyans. The building has been used as a Synagogue since 1908. With the two adjoining buildings, which were also origina Provincial Heritage Site
404 9/2/033/0002-559 83 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 83 Cradock Street 83 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 615 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
405 9/2/073/0022/001 Collection, 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth Collection 7 Castle Hill Port Elizabeth EC 3987 Heritage Object
406 9/2/003/0004 Botanical Gardens, Grahamstown Botanical Gardens Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 3282 The land on which these gardens were laid out was granted to the Albany Botanical Gardens in 1853 by the Governor of the Cape, Sir George Cathcart. It originally formed part of the Drostdy estate. There Botanical Gardens are the second oldest in the count Provincial Heritage Site
407 9/2/073/0008/008 50 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth 50 Newington Road 50 Newington Road Port Elizabeth EC 3079 These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered. Provincial Heritage Site
408 9/2/003/0054 Fraser's Camp Signal Tower, Albany District Fraser's Camp Signal Tower Fraser's Camp, Albany District EC Outstanding historical significance. One of only two surviving towers. Provincial Heritage Site
409 9/2/006/0005 Concetration Camp Garden of Remembrance, Aliwal North Aliwal North Aliwal North EC 2088
410 9/2/034/0004 Sarah Bartmann Site, R331Hankey, Kouga Municipality Sarah Bartmann Kouga Municipality Hankey EC 3164 The site has spiritual, cultural, social, and historical significance. The treatment of Sarah Bartmann during her life and after her death speaks of suffering, dispossession, sadness and loss of dignity, culture, community, language and life. It is a sy National Heritage Site
411 9/2/050/0041 Upper Needs Camp, King William's Town DistrictCuylerville Upper Needs Camp King William's Town District EC 1947 On the site there are geological deposits containing fossils dating back to the Cretaceous Period. It is the intention to preserve the deposits for future geological research. Provincial Heritage Site
412 9/2/059/0003 Dinosaur Track Site, Oakleigh, Maclear District Dinosaur Track Site Oakleigh, Maclear District Maclear EC 109 Provincial Heritage Site
413 9/2/033/0001-006 Hyena trap, Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District Hyena trap Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District Graaff-Reinet EC This corbelled hyena trap was huilt to catch predators. It forms an important material link with the pioneering way of life in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
414 9/2/073/0025 10 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth 10 Castle Hill 10 Castle Hill Port Elizabeth EC 3820 These typical Settler houses date from about 1840 and were originally the properties of Constable Sterley. Together with the adjacent historic house at 7 Castle Hill these buildings from an interesting architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
415 9/2/073/0020 Alms houses, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District Alms houses Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District Bethelsdorp EC 39 These semi-detached houses were erected in 1822 in the vernacular style to house the poor of Bethelsdorp. They form an essential part of the historical part of Bethelsdorp. Provincial Heritage Site
416 9/2/095/0011 Old Drostdy, 50 Caledon Street, Uitenhage Old Drostdy 50 Caledon Street Uitenhage EC 8991 The designer of the Drostdy building was M L Thibault, the well-known architect. Construction started in 1804, was completed in 1810. Today the Drostdy forms part of the historic core of Uitenhage. Provincial Heritage Site
417 9/2/003/0070 Governor's Kop Signal Tower, Albany District Governor's Kop Signal Tower Albany District EC 223 Outstanding historical significance. One of only two surviving towers. Provincial Heritage Site
418 9/2/082/0013-002 College House, Gill College, Somerset East College House Gill College, Somerset East Somerset East EC 853 Provincial Heritage Site
419 9/2/090/0005 Bethel Mission Church, Stutterheim Bethel Mission Church Stutterheim Stutterheim EC 2459 Provincial Heritage Site
420 9/2/093/0003 Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 17 Grey Street, Tarkastad Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage 17 Grey Street Tarkastad EC 1059 This parsonage was built after the arrival of the Reverend J G S de Villiers as the first minister of Tarkastad in 1864. This double-storeyed building has a unique wrought-iron verandah. Provincial Heritage Site
421 9/2/095/0004 Dutch Reformed Church Hall, 112 Caledon Street, Uitenhage Dutch Reformed Church Hall 112 Caledon Street Uitenhage EC This fine building was designed in 1818 but completed only in 1843 and was the Dutch Reformed Church until it became a church hall in 1927. Provincial Heritage Site
422 9/2/098/0003 Reformed Church, 16 Van Wyk Street, Venterstad Reformed Church 16 Van Wyk Street Venterstad EC 263 Provincial Heritage Site
423 9/2/050/0011 Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum Alexandra Road King William's Town EC 4777 Provincial Heritage Site
424 9/2/050/0015 Lonsdale Chambers, Taylor Street, King William's Town Lonsdale Chambers Taylor Street King William's Town EC 1007, 1009, 1010 This double-storey building with its predominantly neo-Classical features was designed and built in 1924 by the architects Cordeaux, Farrow and Stocks. The building was named after James Faunce Lonsdale, founder member and later Secretary of the British K Provincial Heritage Site
425 9/2/050/0018 Victoria Drill Hall, Queens Road, King William's Town Victoria Drill Hall Queens Road King William's Town EC 1303 This Victorian building with its neo-Classical features was designed by J Laughton and was named after Queen Victoria to commemorate her sixtieth year as Queen of the British Empire. The cornerstone of the building was laid on 21 June 1897 and since its c Provincial Heritage Site
426 9/2/033/0002-558 162 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 162 Cradock Street 162 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3339 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
427 9/2/003/0095 Corbelled hut, Spring Farm, Albany District Corbelled hut Spring Farm, Albany District Spring Farm EC 460 This corbelled hut is an excellent example of the ingenuity of the early pioneers in building a house with the only material at their disposal and is therefore an important link in the development of vernacular architecture in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
428 9/2/004/0008 Taal Monument, Burger Square, Burgersdorp Taal Monument Burger Square Burgersdorp EC Provincial Heritage Site
429 9/2/026/0028 Red House, Red House Avenue, East London Red House Red House Avenue East London EC 8680 The Redhouse is a fine example of a Mediterranean type mansion from the second decade of this century. It is an imposing and aesthetically pleasing building that would stand proud in any centre. Provincial Heritage Site
430 9/2/003/0086 Trinity Church complex, Hill Street, Grahamstown Trinity Church complex Hill Street Grahamstown EC Provincial Heritage Site
431 9/2/033/0002-583 Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 21 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet Old Congregational Church Parsonage 21 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1552 Provincial Heritage Site
432 9/2/007/0012 Naudes Nek Pass, Barkly East District Naudes Nek Pass Barkly East EC Provincial Heritage Site
433 9/2/004/0014 Dutch Reformed Church, Coetzee Street, Burgersdorp Dutch Reformed Church Coetzee Street Burgersdorp EC 558 Provincial Heritage Site
434 9/2/028/0016 Sundial, Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort Sundial Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort Fort Beaufort EC Heritage Object
435 9/2/033/0027 Kromm's Inn, 3 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet Kromm's Inn 3 Parliament Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1178 Provincial Heritage Site
436 9/2/502/0007 University of Fort Hare Collections, University of Fort Hare, Alice University of Fort Hare Collections University of Fort Hare, Alice Alice EC Heritage Object
437 9/2/009/0024 Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope, Bathurst Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope Bathurst Bathurst EC 1 Col. Jacob Cuyler's camp stood on this site when he supervised the settlement of the 1820 Settlers on their allotments. The Governor, Sir Rufane Donkin also pitched his camp here when he determined the site of the town of Bathurst. Provincial Heritage Site
438 9/2/033/0010 Graaff-Reinet Club, 3 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet Graaff-Reinet Club 3 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1483 Provincial Heritage Site
439 9/2/073/0032 Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial St. George's Park Port Elizabeth EC 3182 The Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial is one of the largest and heaviest architectural products in the Victorian idiom manufactured by the Saracen Foundry of Walter MacFarlane of Glascow in Scotland. The structure is a fitting tribute to the memory of the of Provincial Heritage Site
440 9/2/073/0033 Horse Memorial, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth Horse Memorial Cape Road Port Elizabeth EC 3381 This memorial, designed by Joseph Whitehead and cast in bronze by Thames Dillon works in Surrey, was unveiled on 11 February 1905 by the Mayor of Port Elizabeth, Mr Alexander Fettes. The monument commemorates the horses that suffered and died during the A Provincial Heritage Site
441 9/2/006/0010 J W Sauer Bridge, Kraai River, Aliwal North District J W Sauer Bridge Kraai River, Aliwal North District Aliwal North EC 60 This sandstone bridge with its four graceful arches was opened on 23 September 1881 by the then Minister of Railways and Harbours, Mr J W Sauer. Provincial Heritage Site
442 9/2/007/0004 Loch Bridge, Kraai River, Barkly East District Loch Bridge Kraai River, Barkly East District Barkly East EC Provincial Heritage Site
443 9/2/020/0010 1853 Milestone, Stone Ridge, Cathcart District 1853 Milestone Stone Ridge, Cathcart District EC 74 Provincial Heritage Site
444 9/2/028/0009 Victoria Bridge, Bridge Street, Fort Beaufort Victoria Bridge Bridge Street Fort Beaufort EC 905 This bridge carries the Queen's Road, at that time an important military road, across the Kat River. It was designed by Major C J Selwyn, RE, and completed towards the end of 1843 or early in 1844. Provincial Heritage Site
445 9/2/050/0005 Von Ronow House and Moser Cottage, Berlin, King William's Town District Von Ronnow House and Moser Cottage Berlin, King William's Town District King William's Town EC 647 & 522 Both the historic houses on this site are typical pioneer houses of the German Settlers who settled in the Eastern Province in the fifties of the 19th century. Provincial Heritage Site
446 9/2/003/0115 8 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown 8 Bartholomew Street 8 Bartholomew Street Grahamstown EC 4047 Provincial Heritage Site
447 9/2/033/0002-589 83-85 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 83-85 Caledon Street 83-85 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 525 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
448 9/2/033/0002-557 164 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 164 Cradock Street 164 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3338 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
449 9/2/033/0002-582 166 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 166 Cradock Street 166 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3361 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
450 9/2/073/0010 Opera House, Whites Road, Port Elizabeth Opera House Whites Road Port Elizabeth EC 1901, 1903, 1904 Provincial Heritage Site
451 9/2/073/0018 Feathermarket Hall, Baakens street, Port Elizabeth Feathermarket Hall Baakens street Port Elizabeth EC 3788, 3789, 3790 This hall, of which the original plan by Sir Wolfe-Barry of London was incorportaed in the later plans of architect W H Miles, was erected during 1883-1885. It was opened on 10 December 1885 by the Governor, Sir Hercules Robinson. The South African Exhib Provincial Heritage Site
452 9/2/070/0004 Carl E Froelich's Shop, 58 Voortrekker Street, Pearston Carl E Froelich's Shop 58 Voortrekker Street Pearston EC 288 Provincial Heritage Site
453 9/2/009/0021 Port Alfred Railway Station, Port Alfred Port Alfred Railway Station Port Alfred Port Alfred EC 1366 This station building, which dates from the early 1880s, was presumably erected by George Pauling, the local Railway Engineer, for the firm R Firbank & Co, to whom the building contract was granted. This buikding is not only closely associated with the h Provincial Heritage Site
454 9/2/033/0002-584 84 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 84 Cradock Street 84 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 541 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
455 9/2/026/0031 Hood Point Lighthouse, East London Hood Point Lighthouse East London EC 19602 The Hood Point Lighthouse is a fine example of its type and has performed sterling sterling service continually for one hundred years. Provincial Heritage Site
456 9/2/033/0002-590 86 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 86 Cradock Street 86 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 540 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
457 9/2/026/0034 Customs and Excise Building, East London Customs and Excise Building East London Harbour East London EC 15841 Provincial Heritage Site
458 9/2/033/0002-588 86 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 86 Caledon Street 86 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 257 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
459 9/2/033/0002-587 87 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 87 Caledon Street 87 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3545 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
460 9/2/033/0002-586 88 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet 88 Caledon Street 88 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 257 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
461 9/2/011/0003/001 1828 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District 1828 Dutch Reformed Church Glen Lynden, Bedford District Bedford EC Provincial Heritage Site
462 9/2/011/0003/002 1874 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District 1874 Dutch Reformed Church Glen Lynden, Bedford District Bedford EC Provincial Heritage Site
463 9/2/009/0019 Fossil Exposure, Birbury, Bathurst District Fossil Exposure Birbury, Bathurst District Bathurst EC Provincial Heritage Site
464 9/2/007/0006 Dutch Reformed Church, 125 Molteno Street, Barkly East Dutch Reformed Church 125 Molteno Street Barkly East EC 1189 The Barkly East Dutch Reformed Church is a very fine example of a religious building executed in sandstone. Besides the fine detailing of the exterior, this church, completed in 1907, has an interior which is still an accurate example of its period. Provincial Heritage Site
465 9/2/026/0012 Queens Park, Beaconsfield Road, East London Queens Park Beaconsfield Road East London EC 14959 The original part of Queen's Park was donated to the inhabitants of East London in about 1880 by Mr Gately for use as a public park. This park is of particular botanical interest. Provincial Heritage Site
466 9/2/033/0002-565 85 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet 85 Cradock Street 85 Cradock Street Graaff-Reinet EC 616 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
467 9/2/003/0008 Eastern Star Museum, 4 Anglo-African Street, Grahamstown Eastern Star Museum 4 Anglo-African Street Grahamstown EC 3811 Erected in 1861 to serve as the first classroom for St. Andrews College. It continued as such until 1872, after which it was used successivley as a Masonic Lodge, business premises and as a dwelling house. Provincial Heritage Site
468 9/2/003/0072 1 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown 1 Sheblon Lane 1 Sheblon Lane Grahamstown EC 5254 Provincial Heritage Site
469 9/2/003/0073 2 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown 2 Sheblon Lane 2 Sheblon Lane Grahamstown EC 5254 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
470 9/2/003/0084 8A Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown 8A Bartholomew Street 8A Bartholomew Street Grahamstown EC 5254 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
471 9/2/003/0074 1 Cross Street, Grahamstown 1 Cross Street 1 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4034 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
472 9/2/003/0076 3 Cross Street, Grahamstown 3 Cross Street 3 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4036 An integral part of an important group of settler buildings. Provincial Heritage Site
473 9/2/003/0078 5 Cross Street, Grahamstown 5 Cross Street 5 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4036 An integral part of an important group of settler buildings. Provincial Heritage Site
474 9/2/003/0080 7 Cross Street, Grahamstown 7 Cross Street 7 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4037 An integral part of an important group of settler buildings. Provincial Heritage Site
475 9/2/003/0040 Cock House, 10 Market Street, Grahamstown Cock House 10 Market Street Grahamstown EC 5284 Provincial Heritage Site
476 9/2/003/0016 National English Literary Museum, 87 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown National English Literary Museum 87 Beaufort Street Grahamstown EC 6381 This double-storeyed house with its Georgian and Romanesque features was built by Bishop Patrick Moran in 1860 as residence for the proests of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Bishop Moran was succeeded by the Rev. James David Richards, the resident priest. One o Provincial Heritage Site
477 9/2/003/0079 6 Cross Street, Grahamstown 6 Cross Street 6 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 6763 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
478 9/2/073/0019 Old Post Office, Court Street, Port Elizabeth Old Post Office Court Street Port Elizabeth EC 3787 This imposing building, which is reminiscent of a Rhineland Castle, was designed in 1897 by H S Greaves of the Public Works Department of the Cape Colonial Government. It was erected by J Kohler & Sons. Although only fully completed in 1902, the building Provincial Heritage Site
479 9/2/073/0030 Atheneum Club, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth Atheneum Club Belmont Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3833 This late victorian building, with its impressive neo-classical elements, consists of two sections, which were opened in 1896 and 1901 respectively. Provincial Heritage Site
480 9/2/003/0094 Tryall Cottage, 19 Somerset Street, Grahamstown Tryall Cottage 19 Somerset Street Grahamstown EC 3250 Provincial Heritage Site
481 9/2/003/0087 48-50 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown 48-50 Bathurst Street 48-50 Bathurst Street Grahamstown EC 1703/1704 Provincial Heritage Site
482 9/2/003/0018 Oatlands House, 10 Caroline Close, Grahamstown Oatlands House 10 Caroline Close Grahamstown EC 6302 The house was built in 1823 for Col Henry Somerset, son of Lord Charles Somerset. Provincial Heritage Site
483 9/2/003/0088 21 West Street, Grahamstown 21 West Street 21 West Street Grahamstown EC 4461/4462 Provincial Heritage Site
484 9/2/050/0013 Deeds Office, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Deeds Office Alexandra Road King William's Town EC 1304 Provincial Heritage Site
485 9/2/003/0082 9 Cross Street, Grahamstown 9 Cross Street 9 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4038 An integral part of an important group of settler buildings. Provincial Heritage Site
486 9/2/061/0006/002 Old Officers' Mess, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District Old Officers' Mess Middelburg District Middelburg EC 81 Provincial Heritage Site
487 9/2/073/0020/001-01 Van der Kemp Memorial Church, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District Van der Kemp Memorial Church Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District Bethelsdorp EC 42 The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th Provincial Heritage Site
488 9/2/050/0024 Dale College Boys' Primary School, Albert Road, King William's Town Dale College Boys' Primary School Albert Road King William's Town EC 1286 The cornerstone of this imposing red brick building, designed by the well-known architect Sir Herbert Baker, was laid on 20 March 1907. The building was officially opened on 26 February 1908 by Dr Thomas Muir, Superintendent-General of Education. Provincial Heritage Site
489 9/2/050/0017 Old Railway station, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Old Railway station Alexandra Road King William's Town EC 1314 This stone building was officailly opened as a raliway station on 1 May 1877. After the relocation it was acquired in 1933 by the De Vos Malan Primary School. The building is now used as School Board offices. The old station is closely associated with th Provincial Heritage Site
490 9/2/050/0019 Sutton House, Queens Road, King William's Town Sutton House Queens Road King William's Town EC 1286 The corner-stone of Sutton House was laid on 6 September 1877 by the Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Henry Bartle Frere. The builidng was officailly opened on 17 December 1878 and named after the Rev. J G Sutton, Headmaster of Dale College from 1890 to 1 Provincial Heritage Site
491 9/2/050/0016 British Kaffrarian Savings Bank, MacLean Square, King William's Town British Kaffrarian Savings Bank Maclean Square King William's Town EC 1008 The British Kaffrarian Savings Bank building was erected in 1908. It is an architecturally interesting building which portrays the architecture of the period 1900-1910. It also lends character to Maclean Square on which it is situated. Provincial Heritage Site
492 9/2/033/0002-576 10 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet 10 Parsonage Street 10 Parsonage Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1524, 1525 These Georgian buildings date from the first quarter of the nineteenth century and are excellent examples of the Karoo style of building. Provincial Heritage Site
493 9/2/050/0009 Sun Building, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Sun Building 128 Alexandra Road King William's Town EC 893 Provincial Heritage Site
494 9/2/003/0083 10 Cross Street, Grahamstown 10 Cross Street 10 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 5254 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
495 9/2/053/0004 Komga Public Library, 12 St Johns Street, Komga Komga Public Library 12 St John Street Komga EC This library building with its neo-Gothic features is one of the olest buildings in the town and was erected in 1892 to meet the needs of the inhabitants of the village that grew around the military base, which was established here in 1877. Provincial Heritage Site
496 9/2/003/0081 8 Cross Street, Grahamstown 8 Cross Street 8 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 6763 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
497 9/2/061/0006/001 P W Vorster Museum, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District P W Vorster Museum Middelburg District Middelburg EC 81 Provincial Heritage Site
498 9/2/061/0008 Haystead and Ford, 7 Market Street, Middelburg Haystead and Ford 7 Market Street Middelburg EC 437 Provincial Heritage Site
499 9/2/062/0003 Magistrate's Court, Smith Street, Molteno Magistrate's Court Cnr Smith and Robinson Streets Molteno EC 282 Provincial Heritage Site
500 9/2/003/0045 Observatory Museum, 10 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown Observatory Museum 10 Bathurst Street Grahamstown EC 7249 (previously 1640) This building is unique in stucture and was used by Henry Carter Galpin, watchmaker and jeweller, as a home and business premises soon after his arrival in Grahamstown in 1849. In 1880 Galpin installed a camera obscura in the turret of the building. Provincial Heritage Site
501 9/2/003/0046 The Retreat, 1 Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown The Retreat 1 Prince Alfred Street Grahamstown EC 3188 This property was transferred to Piet Retief on 16 July 1821. It is presumed that he built the oldest portion of this building, although the remaining portion of the double-storeyed house dates from the eighteen-forties. Another prominent pioneer of the E Provincial Heritage Site
502 9/2/003/0075 2 Cross Street, Grahamstown 2 Cross Street 2 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 4054 This settler cottage was erected by the artisan John Oats during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to him by the Government. The cottage forms part of a unique historical and architectural complex which is closely associated with the British Settlers Provincial Heritage Site
503 9/2/003/0077 4 Cross Street, Grahamstown 4 Cross Street 4 Cross Street Grahamstown EC 6764 These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf Provincial Heritage Site
504 9/2/003/0038 Temlett House, 53 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown Temlett House 53 Beaufort Street Grahamstown EC 1692 This house is an outstanding example of an early Nineteenth Century Georgian dwelling in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
505 9/2/050/0012 Magistrate's Court, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Magistrate's Court Alexandra Road King William's Town EC This building was first occupied in 1877 and accommodated various Government Departments. The building has an imposing clock tower with a memorial clock, which was installed in memory of John Brownlee, first missionary and founder of King William's Town Provincial Heritage Site
506 9/2/028/0006 Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort Fort Beaufort Museum 44 Durban Street Fort Beaufort EC 254 Provincial Heritage Site
507 9/2/003/0067 Fort Brown, Albany District Fort Brown Fort Brown, Albany District Fort Brown EC Important Eastern Forntier fortification. Provincial Heritage Site
508 9/2/003/0053 Trompetter's Drift Fort, Albany District Trompetter's Drift Fort Albany District Albany EC 211 Trumpetter's Drift is the most intact of the large forts built on the Eastern Frontier during the 19th Century Provincial Heritage Site
509 9/2/006/0012 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Valk Street, Aliwal North Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Valk Street Aliwal North EC Provincial Heritage Site
510 9/2/006/0011 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #2, off Barkly Street, Aliwal North Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse off Barkly Street Aliwal North EC 1 This blockhouse, together with the second blockhouse on the southern side of Aliwal North, played an important strategic part during the Anglo-Boer War against the invading Republican commandos. Provincial Heritage Site
511 9/2/502/0009 Fort Armstrong, Balfour, Mpofu District Fort Armstrong Balfour, Mpofu District Mpofu EC Provincial Heritage Site
512 9/2/009/0012 Old Powder Magazine, Bathurst Old Powder Magazine Bathurst Bathurst EC 391 The historic powder magazine at Bathurst was erected in 1821 and carried, as regular stock, approximately 273 kilograms of gunpowder, 7 000 ball cartridges abd 60 rifles. It is an excellent example of British military architecture of the early Nineteenth Provincial Heritage Site
513 9/2/004/0010 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Burgersdorp Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Burgersdorp EC 96 Provincial Heritage Site
514 9/2/003/0056 19 West Street, Grahamstown 19 West Street 19 West Street Grahamstown EC 4459/4460 Provincial Heritage Site
515 9/2/026/0010 Old Powder Magazine, Fort Glamorgan, East London Old Powder Magazine Fort Glamorgan, East London East London EC Provincial Heritage Site
516 9/2/095/0006 Old Magistrate's Court, Caledon Street, Uitenhage Old Magistrate's Court Caledon Street Uitenhage EC Provincial Heritage Site
517 9/2/028/0012 Martello Tower, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort Martello Tower 20 Bell Street Fort Beaufort EC 651 Provincial Heritage Site
518 9/2/028/0011 Military Museum, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort Military Museum 20 Bell Street Fort Beaufort EC 651 Provincial Heritage Site
519 9/2/028/0004 Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District Post Retief Fort Beaufort District Fort Beaufort EC 58 Post Retief was designed by Major C Selwyn and built in 1836 to protect the Winterberg District. The farm on which the fort is situated originally belonged to the Voortrekker leader Piet Retief and sections of the old walls of the Retief home are included Provincial Heritage Site
520 9/2/003/0019 Old Military Hospital, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Old Military Hospital Rhodes University, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 3227 Cape Parliament sat in this building in 1864. Earlier a military hospital from 1830s. Provincial Heritage Site
521 9/2/003/0061 Old Provost, Lucas Avenue, Grahamstown Old Provost Lucas Avenue Grahamstown EC Provincial Heritage Site
522 9/2/003/0068 Fort Selwyn, Grahamstown Fort Selwyn Grahamstown Grahamstown EC An important fort which played a pivotal role in the defence of the Eastern Frontier. Provincial Heritage Site
523 9/2/033/0002-554 Old Powder Magazine, Graaff-Reinet Old Powder Magazine Graaff-Reinet Graaff-Reinet EC Provincial Heritage Site
524 9/2/020/0018/001 Settler fortification, Hilton, Cathcart District Settler fortification Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
525 9/2/073/0028 City Hall, Market Square, Port Elizabeth City Hall Market Square Port Elizabeth EC 1793 This impressive City Hall was completed in about 1862, although the clock tower was added later. The neo-Classical style of this building impressed numerous travellers and writers in the 19th Century and is today still regarded as one of the most imposing Provincial Heritage Site
526 9/2/003/0013 56 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown 56 Beaufort Street 56 Beaufort Street Grahamstown EC 3502 This house is the only known example in South Africa of the European-Chinese architectural style of the 18th and 19th Centuries. It is a double-storeyed house with two projecting pavilions with bow-fronted ends. The pagoda roofs and hand-rail on the ve Provincial Heritage Site
527 9/2/003/0023 58 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown 58 Beaufort Street 58 Beaufort Street Grahamstown EC 3503 This house is a typical example of a British Settler house with the side gables and the double-storey style. The house dates back to the period shortly after the founding of Grahamstown. Provincial Heritage Site
528 9/2/033/0002-575 Reinet House, Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet Reinet House Murray Street Graaff-Reinet EC 3391 Provincial Heritage Site
529 9/2/024/0009 Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus, Buffelskop, Cradock District Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus Buffelskop, Cradock District Cradock EC 479 Provincial Heritage Site
530 9/2/073/0031 Pearson Conservatory, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth Pearson Conservatory St. George's Park Port Elizabeth EC 3182 This impressive conservatory with its Victorian characteristics was designed and erected by Boyd and Son of Paisley, Scotland, dismantled into sections and transported to Port Elizabeth where it was re-erected under the supervision of Mr Frazer of Boyds. Provincial Heritage Site
531 9/2/073/0046 Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall, Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall Prospect Hill Port Elizabeth EC 3967, 3968 Provincial Heritage Site
532 9/2/073/0040 Old Erica Girls' School, Richmond Hill, Port Elizabeth Old Erica Girls' School Richmond Hill Port Elizabeth EC 527 Provincial Heritage Site
533 9/2/095/0005 Muir College Boys' Primary School, Park Avenue, Uitenhage Muir College Boys' Primary School Park Avenue Uitenhage EC 5455, 5459 Provincial Heritage Site
534 9/2/073/0027 Library, Main Street, Port Elizabeth Library Main Street Port Elizabeth EC 4318 Provincial Heritage Site
535 9/2/095/0012 Town Hall, 25 Market Street, Uitenhage Town Hall 25 Market Street Uitenhage EC 2214 Provincial Heritage Site
536 9/2/073/0021 Old Grey Institute, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth Old Grey Institute Belmont Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 2580 The establishment of the Grey Institute is closely associated with the introduction of organised education in the Cape Province under the administration of Sir George Grey. The buildings of the Grey Institute are in the neo-Gothic style and form an essen Provincial Heritage Site
537 9/2/073/0023 Old Harbour Board Building, Fleming Street, Port Elizabeth Old Harbour Board Building Fleming Street Port Elizabeth EC 1762 This building is proclaimed on account of its outstanding architecture, it was built in 1904, and is an excellent example of the so-called Art Nouveau in architecture. Provincial Heritage Site
538 9/2/077/0008 Museum, Naude Street, Queenstown Museum Naude Street Queenstown EC 4412 This building was originally erected in 1868 as a primary school. It is an outstanding example of a Victorian school building and is closely associated with the history of Queenstown. Provincial Heritage Site
539 9/2/077/0009 Queens College, Berry Street, Queenstown Queens College Berry Street Queenstown EC The original portion of the Queen's College building complex was designed in 1897 and the cornerstone of the main entrance building was laid on 15 September 1897. The school was extended in 1914 and again in 1919 and 1920. Provincial Heritage Site
540 9/2/077/0005 Town Hall, Cathcart Road, Queenstown Town Hall Cathcart Road Queenstown EC 1198 This sandstone building was designed by the architect Sidney Stent and erected by the builders Male and Kirton. The cornerstone was laid on 24 May 1882 by the wife of Mayor D S Barrable. Provincial Heritage Site
541 9/2/077/0004 Old Municipal Market, 5 Hexagon, Queenstown Old Municipal Market 5 Hexagon Queenstown EC Provincial Heritage Site
542 9/2/082/0014 Old Bellevue Seminary, 72 Paulet Street, Somerset East Old Bellevue Seminary 72 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 11, 12, 13, 14 Provincial Heritage Site
543 9/2/050/0014/002 Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Albert Road, King William's Town Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum Albert Road King William's Town EC 3363 Provincial Heritage Site
544 9/2/073/0041 Campanile, Strand Street, Port Elizabeth Campanile Strand Street Port Elizabeth EC 4457 Modelled on a Venetian campanile, this tower was built to commemorate the arrival of the 1820 Settlers. Provincial Heritage Site
545 9/2/095/0014 Blenheim House, 4 Baird Street, Uitenhage Blenheim House 4 Bain Street Uitenhage EC 2722 This imposing dwelling-house with its Cape-Dutch features was originally erected in 1815 as a single-storey building. In 1903 an upper storey and a wood-decorated verandah were added. Provincial Heritage Site
546 9/2/082/0012 107 Paulet Street, Somerset East 107 Paulet Street 107 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 105 The core of this dwelling-house, which is predominantly in the Georgian style, presumably formed part of the original homestead of the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset that was subdivided in 1825 and that formed the basis of present Somerset Provincial Heritage Site
547 9/2/082/0008 154 Nojoli Street, Somerset East 154 Charles Street 154 Nojoli Street Somerset East EC 439 This property, which was granted to J van Dyk on 1 September 1825, was one of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset in 1825. The buildings thereon date from the Provincial Heritage Site
548 9/2/086/0003 Bulhoek, Steynsburg District Bulhoek Steynsburg District Steynsburg EC 78 This pioneer house is one of the best existing examples of a typical trekboer house and dates from 1817. Elsie Steyn, President Kruger's mother grew up on this farm. Provincial Heritage Site
549 9/2/095/0017 Cuyler Manor, Uitenhage District Cuyler Manor Uitenhage District Uitenhage EC This predominantly Cape Dutch homestead was erected in 1814 by Colonel Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage. Colonel Cuyler was closely associated with the settlement of the British Settlers of 1820. Provincial Heritage Site
550 9/2/095/0016 21 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage 21 Cuyler Street 21 Cuyler Street Uitenhage EC 2874 Provincial Heritage Site
551 9/2/095/0007 Scheepers House, 11/13 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage Scheepers House 11/13 Cuyler Street Uitenhage EC 19069 Provincial Heritage Site
552 9/2/095/0024 Farmstead, Totteridge Park, near Perseverance, Uitenhage District Farmstead Uitenhage EC Provincial Heritage Site
553 9/2/020/0015 Standard Bank, Main Street, Cathcart Standard Bank Main Street Cathcart EC 265 Provincial Heritage Site
554 9/2/095/0015 23 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage 23 Cuyler Street 23 Cuyler Street Uitenhage EC 2873 Provincial Heritage Site
555 9/2/082/0009 60 Paulet Street, Somerset East 60 Paulet Street 60 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 22 These three properties, granted to Jan Jonathan Durandt, William MacDonald Mackay and Robert Robinson, respectively, were three of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Provincial Heritage Site
556 9/2/001/0003 Post Office and Magistrate's Court, Grey Street, Aberdeen Post Office and Magistrate's Court Grey Street Aberdeen EC 1180 Naude's nek is the highest mountain pass in the country and possibly the continet, that is negotiable by ordinay vehicles. Sani pass, whose highest point is in Lesotho, is negotiable only by specialise off road vehicles. Naude's nek is a testimonial to Provincial Heritage Site
557 9/2/002/0004 Our Heritage Museum, Queen Street, Adelaide Our Heritage Museum 29 Queen Street Adelaide EC 303 This parsonage was erected in about 1860 for the Rev G W Stegman. The double-storeyed building is predominantly in the Georgian style and has large adjacent outbuildings dating from the same period. Provincial Heritage Site
558 9/2/007/0007 Old Primary School building, Visser Street, Rhodes Old Primary School building Visser Street Rhodes EC 285 and 286 Provincial Heritage Site
559 9/2/009/0010 Pig and Whistle Hotel, Kowie Road, Bathurst Pig and Whistle Hotel Kowie Road Bathurst EC 268 Provincial Heritage Site
560 9/2/004/0005 Old Gaol, Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp Old Gaol Van der Walt Street Burgersdorp EC 102 This gaol was completed in 1861 and played an important role during the Anglo-Boer War and the Rebellion of 1914. Provincial Heritage Site
561 9/2/020/0003-003 School, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District School Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
562 9/2/050/0014/001 Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum Alexandra Road King William's Town EC 3363 Provincial Heritage Site
563 9/2/095/0008 34 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage 34 Cuyler Street 34 Cuyler Street Uitenhage EC Provincial Heritage Site
564 9/2/026/0003 Gately House, 1 Park Gates Road, East London Gately House 1 Park Gates Road East London EC 14962 This house was completed in 1878 and belonged to John Gately, a well-known local dealer and a member of the Municipality of East London. The building which is at present a museum, contains a unique collection of Victorian furniture which belonged to Gatel Provincial Heritage Site
565 9/2/073/0003 49 Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth 49 Havelock Street 49 Havelock Street Port Elizabeth EC 2702 Provincial Heritage Site
566 9/2/004/0004 De Bruin House, 66 Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp De Bruin House 66 Van der Walt Street Burgersdorp EC 183 This house in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the De Bruins of Witkop. Provincial Heritage Site
567 9/2/004/0007 Coetzee House, 51 Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp Coetzee House 51 Piet Retief Street Burgersdorp EC 186 This cottage in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the Coetzees of the farm Swartfontein. Provincial Heritage Site
568 9/2/020/0018/002 Settler cottage, Hilton, Cathcart District Settler cottage Hilton, Cathcart District Cathcart EC Provincial Heritage Site
569 9/2/020/0017 Kenya Corner Cottages, Cathcart Kenya Corner Cottages Kenya Corner Cathcart EC 474 Provincial Heritage Site
570 9/2/024/0013 38 Bree Street, Cradock Klein Plasie 38 Bree Street Cradock EC 2300, 2303 This Cape Dutch house with its simple concavo-convex front gable dates from the eighteen thirties. Provincial Heritage Site
571 9/2/024/0014 38 Stockenstroom Street, Cradock 38 Stockenstroom Street 38 Stockenstroom Street Cradock EC 758 Provincial Heritage Site
572 9/2/082/0011 49 Paulet Street, Somerset East 49 Paulet Street 49 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 55 Provincial Heritage Site
573 9/2/024/0015 Olive Schreiner House, 9 Cross Street, Cradock Olive Schreiner House 9 Cross Street Cradock EC 3654 Provincial Heritage Site
574 9/2/082/0010 62 Paulet Street, Somerset East 62 Paulet Street 62 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 21 Provincial Heritage Site
575 9/2/073/0016/006 11 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 11 Cora Terrace 11 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3920 These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
576 9/2/073/0016/004 7 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 7 Cora Terrace 7 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3921 These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
577 9/2/073/0016/002 3 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 3 Cora Terrace 3 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3923 These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
578 9/2/073/0016/001 1 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 1 Cora Terrace 1 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3918 The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
579 9/2/073/0016/007 13 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth 13 Cora Terrace 13 Cora Terrace Port Elizabeth EC 3925 The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth. Provincial Heritage Site
580 9/2/073/0026 12 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth 12 Castle Hill 12 Castle Hill Port Elizabeth EC 3818 Provincial Heritage Site
581 9/2/003/0096 Corbelled huts, Glenfield, Albany District Corbelled huts Glenfield, Albany District Glenfield EC 549 The origins of these structures are uncertain. Provincial Heritage Site
582 9/2/020/0013 Town Hall, Main Street, Cathcart Town Hall Main Street Cathcart EC 474 Provincial Heritage Site
583 9/2/024/0010 Doornhoek homestead, Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District Doornhoek homestead Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District Cradock EC Provincial Heritage Site
584 9/2/033/0013 Gaol, Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet Gaol Middle Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1621 This historic gaol was built between 1859 and 1861. During the Anglo-Boer War various rebels and Boer soldiers, including Commandant Gideon Scheepers and General Kritzinger, were held here. Provincial Heritage Site
585 9/2/003/0021 Drostdy Lodge, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Drostdy Lodge Rhodes University, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 3205/3206 Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex. Provincial Heritage Site
586 9/2/003/0020 Drostdy Barracks, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Drostdy Barracks Rhodes University, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 3227 Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex. Provincial Heritage Site
587 9/2/003/0063 Old Gaol, High Street, Grahamstown Old Gaol High Street Grahamstown EC 3607 The erection of the old gaol was commenced in 1813, shortly after the founding of Grahamstown (1812). In 1814 one of the walls of the gaol served as a line for the surveying of the main street, and thus also as the basis for the layout of the whole town Provincial Heritage Site
588 9/2/003/0007 Huntley Street School, Huntley Street, Grahamstown Huntley Street School Huntley Street Grahamstown EC 3577 This building was opened in 1849 as the school of St. George's Church and from then onwards played an important part in education. The first classes of St. Andrews College were held in it. Provincial Heritage Site
589 9/2/003/0015 Hayton's Building, 94 High Street, Grahamstown Hayton's Building 94 High Street Grahamstown EC 3694 This building is an excellent example of an early three-storeyed building built in two sections to a symmetrical plan. The first section dates from 1860-62 and the latter section from the late 1860s. The facade of this building is of outstanding archite Provincial Heritage Site
590 9/2/003/0025-001 Old Wesleyan Chapel, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown Old Wesleyan Chapel Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 4745 Provincial Heritage Site
591 9/2/003/0025-002 Old School Hall, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown Old School Hall Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown Grahamstown EC 4745 Provincial Heritage Site
592 9/2/020/0012 Van Coller Museum, Main Street, Cathcart Van Coller Museum Main Street Cathcart EC 199 Provincial Heritage Site
593 9/2/003/0065 City Hall, 57/59 High Street, Grahamstown City Hall 57/59 High Street Grahamstown EC 1919 Provincial Heritage Site
594 9/2/033/0001-004 Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District Nooitgedacht Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District Graaff-Reinet EC Provincial Heritage Site
595 9/2/033/0002-577 Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy, 24 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy 24 Caledon Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1372 Provincial Heritage Site
596 9/2/033/0023 Town Hall, Church Square, Graaff-Reinet Town Hall Church Square Graaff-Reinet EC 1311 Provincial Heritage Site
597 9/2/033/0034 Reinet Museum, 18 Church Street (Corner of Church Street and Somerset Street), Graaff-Reinet Reinet Museum 18 Church Street Graaff-Reinet EC 1502, 1503 & 1504 These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
598 9/2/041/0003 Magistrate's Court and Post Office, Hofmeyr Magistrate's Court and Post Office Hofmeyr Hofmeyr EC 156, 157 Provincial Heritage Site
599 9/2/044/0004 Seal Point Lighthouse, Cape St Francis, Humansdorp District Seal Point Lighthouse Seal Point, Cape St. Francis, Humansdorp District EC The Cape St. Francis Lighthouse is an 80 feet high cylindrical masonry structure which stands on a rock foundation. It is one of the highest lighthouses in South Africa and was commenced in 1878. The tower, together with the two lighthouse keepers' houses Provincial Heritage Site
600 9/2/050/0026 Grey Hospital, King William's Town Grey Hospital King William's Town EC 1310 The Grey Hospital was erected between 1856 and 1859 at the instance of Sir George Grey and intended mainly for the Bantu population of the former British Kaffraria. The hospital was designed by Edward Pilkington and opened on 11 June 1859. Architecturall Provincial Heritage Site
601 9/2/050/0025 Town Hall, MacLean Street, King William's Town Town Hall MacLean Street King William's Town EC 800 The foundation stone of this imposing town hall was laid in 1866. This stone building was officially opened on 4 December 1867 and during the Ninth Frontier War (1877-1878) it was used as a waiting room for the Civil Defence Force. Shortly after the Anglo Provincial Heritage Site
602 9/2/003/0006 Old Gaol, 40A Somerset Street, Grahamstown Old Gaol 40A Somerset Street Grahamstown EC 6721 The Construction of this gaol commenced on 16 April 1813. In April 1822 the Magistrate of Albany reported that the gaol was to small and was offensive in that a residential area adjoined it. It was in 1824 whereafter it became a school and later a libra Provincial Heritage Site
603 9/2/026/0005 City Hall, Oxford Street, East London City Hall Oxford Street East London EC 15274 These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique. Provincial Heritage Site
604 9/2/082/0005 Somerset East Museum, Somerset East Somerset East Museum Somerset East EC 5 This double-storey Georgian building was erected about 1820 as the headquarters of the Somerset Experimental Farm. From 1825 to 1829 it was used as the Drostdy, after which it was transferred to the Wesleyan Church. From 1834 to 1944 the property belonged Provincial Heritage Site
605 9/2/082/0006 Dutch Reformed Church, Charles Street, Somerset East Dutch Reformed Church Charles Street Somerset East EC 570 The enlargement of this church, the original portions of which date from the Eighteen-thirties, was planned by Carl Otto Hager. He also supervised the building activities for 18 months. The rebuilt church is predominantly neo-Gothic in style and was conse Provincial Heritage Site
606 9/2/082/0003-002 Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 64 Paulet Street, Somerset East Old Congregational Church Parsonage 64 Paulet Street Somerset East EC 20 Provincial Heritage Site
607 9/2/082/0003 Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage, Paulet Street, Somerset East Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage Paulet Street Somerset East EC 20 The property on which the church complex is situated was bequeathed to the London Missionary Society in 1842 by Mrs Dorothy Edwards, widow of the Rev. John Evans of Cradock. The parsonage, which was built in the Victorian style, dates from the period 1825 Provincial Heritage Site
608 9/2/082/0003-001 Old Hope Congregational Church, Paulet Street, Somerset East Old Hope Congregational Church Paulet Street Somerset East EC 20 Provincial Heritage Site
609 9/2/087/0003 Dutch Reformed Church, Sarel Cilliers Street, Steytlerville Dutch Reformed Church Sarel Cilliers Street Steytlerville EC 534 Provincial Heritage Site
610 9/2/502/0002 Mission Church, Hertzog, Mpofu District Mission Church Hertzog, Mpofu District Mpofu EC Provincial Heritage Site
611 9/2/003/0022 Old Royal Engineers Building, off Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown Old Royal Engineers Building Prince Alfred Street Grahamstown EC 3176 Provincial Heritage Site
612 9/2/020/0014 Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers, Main Street, Cathcart Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers Main Street Cathcart EC 281 Provincial Heritage Site
613 9/2/003/0039 Grahamstown Railway Station, High Street, Grahamstown Grahamstown Railway Station High Street Grahamstown EC 1723, 1729, 1785, 1788 An interesting stone railway station. Provincial Heritage Site
614 9/2/026/0009 West Bank Post Office, Bank Street, East London West Bank Post Office Bank Street, cnr High Street East London EC 19932 Provincial Heritage Site
615 9/2/026/0017 Wool Exchange Building, Rhodes University, 50 Church Street, East London Rhodes University 50 Church Street, 52 Church Street East London EC 15774, 15775 Provincial Heritage Site
616 9/2/026/0016 Old Standard Bank Building, 64 Terminus Street, East London Old Standard Bank Building 64 Terminus Street, cnr Cambridge Street East London EC 15467/15468 This magnificent double-storeyed building, which is a fine example of neo-Rennaissance revivalism, was erected in two stages. The original building was erected on Lot 11 in 1900 and extended onto Lot 12 in 1927. The building, which is prominently situated Provincial Heritage Site
617 9/2/028/0010 Old Military Hospital, Bell Street, Fort Beaufort Old Military Hospital Bell Street Fort Beaufort EC 637 Provincial Heritage Site
618 9/2/003/0050 Grocott's Mail, 40 High Street, Grahamstown Grocott's Mail 40 High Street Grahamstown EC 3919 The gable of this impressive building, with its Victorian and Flemmish faetures, bears the dates 1869 to 1906. The present facade was added in 1906 after the devastating fire. The building forms an integral part of the architectural character of High Str Provincial Heritage Site
619 9/2/003/0026 Muirhead and Gowie Building, 42-44 High Street, Grahamstown Muirhead and Gowie Building 42-44 High Street Grahamstown EC 3891 Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. Provincial Heritage Site
620 9/2/003/0027 Shaw Hall, 22 High Street, Grahamstown Shaw Hall 22 High Street Grahamstown EC 1636 Neo-classical building erected in 1831. and dedicated on 16 December 1832. Named after the Rev. William Shaw, founder of the Methodist Church in South Africa. Cape Parliament was opened in this building on 28 April 1864. Provincial Heritage Site
621 9/2/009/0022 Bleak House, Trappes Street, Bathurst Bleak House Trappes Street Bathurst EC 86 This double-storey stone building is a typical Bathurst cottage of the 1820-period. Provincial Heritage Site
622 9/2/020/0016 Cathcart Library, Main Street, Cathcart Cathcart Library Main Street Cathcart EC 268 Provincial Heritage Site
623 9/2/503/0025 Cretaceous Deposits, Mzamba Beach, Mbizana Cretaceous Deposits Bizana EC The Mzamba Formation provides a condensed record of the period between about 86 and 80 million years ago (Klinger pers.comm.), when there was a beach and shallow sea environment in this area, with large trees, marine reptiles, extinct ammonites and large Provincial Heritage Site
624 9/2/073/0009 10 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth 10 Bird Street 10 Bird Street Port Elizabeth EC 3901 Provincial Heritage Site
625 9/2/302/0016 Old Railway Bureau, Maitland Street, Bloemfontein Old Railway Bureau Maitland Street Bloemfontein Free State 1055, 1057, 1056, 1058, 2113 This double-storeyed brick building with its Victorian and neo-Classical characteristics was designed by the architect D. E. Wentink. The builder was H. Heath. The cornerstone was laid on 7 June 1898 by President M. T. Steyn and the building was completed Provincial Heritage Site
626 9/2/331/0007-074 16 Tobie Muller Street, Philippolis 16 Tobie Muller Street 16 Tobie Muller Street Philippolis Free State 97 This dwelling-house is a fine example of the flat-roofed type which from the late fifties of the nineteenth century replaced the houses with steep thatched roofs in the Orange FSand which represents the most characteristic building type of the ea Provincial Heritage Site
627 9/2/325/0021 19 Prinsloo Street, Ladybrand 19 Prinsloo Street 19 Prinsloo Street Ladybrand Free State 65 Provincial Heritage Site
628 9/2/302/0058 Brill House, Grey College, Jock Meiring Street, Bloemfontein Brill House Jock Meiring Street Bloemfontein Free State 24655 These three buildings form part of the historic core of Grey College, the oldest school in the Orange Free State. The buildings known as Brill House and Andrew Murray House were designed by Frank Taylor and officially opened on 19 December 1907 by the th Provincial Heritage Site
629 9/2/348/0004 Military Cemetery, Winburg British and Concentration camp cemetery Winburg Winburg Free State Provincial Heritage Site
630 9/2/301/0013 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Grey Street, Bethulie Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Grey Street Bethulie Free State 819 This impressive T-formed church building with its Neo- Gothic features is one of the oldest existing Provincial Heritage Site
631 9/2/317/0003 Old farmhouse, Leeuwpoort, Heilbron District Old farmhouse Leeuwpoort, Heilbron District Free State 109 Provincial Heritage Site
632 9/2/346/0007-001 Jammerberg Drift Battlefield, Anniesdale, Wepener District Jammerbergdrif Battlefield Anniesdale, Wepener District Free State 157RE At this battlefield in April 1900 Col. E. H. Dalgety and his Colonial Division of about 2000 men were besieged for 16 days by Gen. Christiaan de Wet and his superior force of almost 6 000 men. Owing to the arrival of British reinforcements, Gen. De Wet ha Provincial Heritage Site
633 9/2/302/0010 Tweetoring Church, Charles Street, Bloemfontein Tweetoring Church Charles Street Bloemfontein Free State 1932 HISTORICAL INTEREST The Two Tower Church is closely connected with the historical past of the Orange Free State. The congregation was established in 1848 and on 6th May, 1849, the Rev. Andrew Murray, Jr., was inducted as the first clergyman in the school Provincial Heritage Site
634 9/2/302/0065 Station Building, Sannaspos Railway Station, Bloemfontein District Station Building Sannaspos Railway Station, Bloemfontein District Free State 117/Klipkraal This railway station building of sandstone was completed shortly before the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). It is one of only a few station buildings erected during the Republican period and forms an important link with the Orange FSrailway system of Provincial Heritage Site
635 9/2/306/0003 Concentration Camp Cemetery, Louvain, Brandfort District Concentration Camp Cemetery Louvain, Brandfort District Free State 286 This cemetery contains the mortal remains of 1 263 women and children who died during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) in the concentration camp at Brandfort. The cemetery, which was designed by J. du Toit, was officially opened on 22 September 1962 by Pres Provincial Heritage Site
636 9/2/300/0010 14 President Burgers Street, Bethlehem Die Huisie Klei-oond Restaurant 14 President Burgers Street Bethlehem Free State 209 This cottage, of which the original portion was erected just after the Second Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902), is an excellent example of a town house at the turn of the century. Provincial Heritage Site
637 9/2/300/0032 Main Building, Technical College Bethlehem, Wessels Street, Bethlehem Technical College Bethlehem Wessels Street Bethlehem Free State Provincial Heritage Site
638 9/2/302/0064 Main Building, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Main Building University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State 1962 The cornerstone of this building with its neoclassical features was laid on 19 December 1907 by Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams. It was formally opened on 16 October 1909. The north and south wings date from 1915 and 1929, respectively. Provincial Heritage Site
639 9/2/302/0059 Tuck shop, Grey College, Jock Meiring Street, Bloemfontein Tuck shop Jock Meiring Street Bloemfontein Free State 24655 Provincial Heritage Site
640 9/2/325/0002 Sandstone school building, Coenraad Snyman Primary School, Modderpoort, Ladybrand District Sandstone school building Coenraad Snyman Primary School, Modderpoort, Ladybrand Free State Register
641 9/2/300/0020 The Seminary, Wessels Street, Bethlehem The Seminary Wessels Street Bethlehem Free State 542 This impressive sandstone building was erected in 1894 by the Dutch-Reformed Church to house the girls’ school known as the Seminary. Since 1903 the building has been used as a girls’ hostel by the co-educational Government school, except for a period of Provincial Heritage Site
642 9/2/341/0002 Farmhouse and cooler, Thornvale, Viljoenskroon District Farmhouse and cooler Thornvale, Viljoenskroon District Free State 147 Provincial Heritage Site
643 9/2/303/0011 Powder Magazine, Town Commonage, Boshof Powder Magazine Boshof Boshof Free State 432 This powder magazine, which was designed by the architect D. E. Wentink in September 1898, is an oblong building that was built of local dolerite stone. It was presumably erected with a view to the impending Anglo-Boer War of 1899 to 1902. Provincial Heritage Site
644 9/2/337/0012 Town Hall, Brand Street, Smithfield Town hall Brand Street Smithfield Free State 528/RE The building, which was designed by the architect, H G E de la Cornillere, was erected in 1925. It is a fine example of a town hall built in the FSand a landmark in the town. Register
645 9/2/321/0003 Town Hall, Market Square, Jagersfontein Town hall Market Square Jagersfontein Free State 459 (14) The building, which was erected in 1913, forms part of an important group of buildings which face on to the town square. It contributes to the character of the area and is a landmark in the town. Register
646 9/2/346/0009 Town Hall, De Beer Street, Wepener Town hall De Beer Street Wepener Free State 178 (Dorpsgronde) The building, which was designed by the architect H G E de la Cornillere, was erected in 1927. It is a fine example of a town hall, built in the Free State. It forms part of the history of Wepener and is a landmark in the town. Register
647 9/2/338/0004 Town Hall, Le Roux Street, Theunissen Town hall Le Roux Street Theunissen Free State Rem Theunissen Extension 5 The building, which was erected in 1936, was designed by H A C Wallace. It forms part of the history of Theunissen and is a landmark in the town. Register
648 9/2/339/0003 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Trompsburg Town hall Voortrekker Street Trompsburg Free State 10 The building, which was erected in 1926/1927, forms part of the history of Trompsburg. Register
649 9/2/325/0016 Town Hall, Dan Pienaar and Joubert Streets, Ladybrand Town hall Joubert Street Ladybrand Free State 139 The building was designed by the architect, F W Masey, and officially opened on 27 January 1932. It is a fine example of a sandstone town hall in the FSand a landmark in the town. Register
650 9/2/314/0006 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Church Square, Fouriesburg Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Building Church Square Fouriesburg Free State Provincial Heritage Site
651 9/2/302/0036 Eerste Raadsaal, 95 St Georges Street, Bloemfontein Eerste Raadsaal 95 St. Georges Street Bloemfontein Free State 1133; 1134 Provincial Heritage Site
652 9/2/312/0001 Old Powder Magazine, Luckhoff, Fauresmith District Old Powder Magazine Luckhoff, Fauresmith District Free State 577/TOWNLANDS OF LUCKHOFF/RE This powder magazine, which was erected during the first half of 1899, is a rectangular structure that was built from local dolerite stone. It was presumably erected with a view to the impending Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Provincial Heritage Site
653 9/2/340/0001 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Steyn Street, Ventersburg Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Steyn, Church, Orange and Harker Streets Ventersburg Free State 96 Provincial Heritage Site
654 9/2/301/0009 Pellissier House Museum, Voortrekker Street, Bethulie Pelissier House Museum Voortrekker Street Bethulie Free State 807 This building was erected during the period 1834 to 1835 by the Rev. Jean Pierre Pellissier of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society. It is one of the oldest existing buildings in the Orange FSand dates from the period when missionary work mad Provincial Heritage Site
655 9/2/302/0011 Military Museum Fort Bloemfontein, Church Street, Bloemfontein Military Museum Fort Bloemfontein Church Street Bloemfontein Free State 1915 Provincial Heritage Site
656 9/2/300/0026 Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mission Church, Muller Street, Bethlehem Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church Muller Street Bethlehem Free State 2563 The foundation stone of this church was laid on 22 December 1906 and the building was taken into use in 1909. It was only the second D.R. Mission Church to be erected in the Orange Free State. Provincial Heritage Site
657 9/2/301/0002 Concentration Camp Cemetery, Bethulie Concentration Camp Cemetery Bethulie Bethulie Free State 303/THE TOWNLANDS OF BETHULIE/RE Provincial Heritage Site
658 9/2/340/0004 Skanskraal and Voortrekker Graves, Kromfontein, Ventersburg District Skanskraal and Voortrekker Graves Kromfontein, Ventersburg District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
659 9/2/302/0028 Old Government Building, President Brand Street, Bloemfontein Old Government Building President Brand Street Bloemfontein Free State The Government Buildings was completed in 1877, although the Volksraad Chamber which was part of the building, had already been occupied on 31 May 1875. In 1895 the upper storey was completed and in 1902 again Sir Herbert Baker and Masey slightly altered Provincial Heritage Site
660 9/2/324/0006 Old market building, Market and Murray Streets, Kroonstad Old market building Market and Murray Streets Kroonstad Free State 460/The Townlands of Kroonstad This building with its victorian features was presumably erected at the turn of the century. The steel gates between the iron pillars were added in 1960. The building forms an integral part of the historic market-square of Kroonstad. Provincial Heritage Site
661 9/2/336/0001 Dutch Reformed Mother Church, Church Square, Senekal Dutch Reformed Mother Church Church Square Senekal Free State 284; 324 This historic church building was designed by the architects J. H. and A. E. Till and built in sandstone by the contractors Rowe, Marshall and Hill. The building was consecrated in 1896. The Church Square is enclosed by a wall on which fossil tree trunks Provincial Heritage Site
662 9/2/314/0007 Town Hall, Martin Street, Fouriesburg Town Hall Martin Street Fouriesburg Free State 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 The building, which was erected in 1926, is a fine example of sandstone town hall, built in the Free State. It contributes to the character of the area and is a landmark in the town. Register
663 9/2/316/0004 Badenhorst Building, Warden Street, Harrismith Badenhorst Building Warden Street Harrismith Free State 177 & 178 Register
664 9/2/316/0005 A E Odell Building, Stuart Street, Harrismith A E Odell Building Stuart Street Harrismith Free State 101 Register
665 9/2/332/0002 Old nursing home, 11 Oranje Street, Reddersburg Old nursing home 11 Oranje Street Reddersburg Free State Register
666 9/2/325/0007 St James Anglican Church, Joubert Street, Ladybrand St James Anglican Church Joubert Street, Ladybrand Ladybrand Free State 161 This church was designed by John Edwin Harrison. Provincial Heritage Site
667 9/2/302/0027 Vierde Raadsaal, President Brand Street, Bloemfontein Vierde Raadsaal President Brand Street Bloemfontein Free State 2112 Provincial Heritage Site
668 9/2/300/0005 St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 144 Cambridge Street, Bethlehem St Andrew's Presbyterian Church 144 Cambridge Street Bethlehem Free State 306 This sandstone building is typical of the English church architecture found earlier in most Free Sta Provincial Heritage Site
669 9/2/344/0004 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Hall, Church Street, Vredefort Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Hall Church Street Vredefort Free State Register
670 9/2/320/0008 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Andries Pretorius Street, Jacobsdal Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Andries Pretorius Street Jacobsdal Free State 447 The original part of this impressive cruciform church dates from 1879. The corner-stone was laid on 29 January 1878 and the building was completed on 29 July 1879. The original building was changed to its present cross shape by the addition in 1929 and 19 Provincial Heritage Site
671 9/2/300/0017 Strapp's Shop, 18 Church Street, Bethlehem Strapp's Shop 18 Church Street Bethlehem Free State 155 Provincial Heritage Site
672 9/2/334/0004 Town Hall, Piet Retief Street, Rouxville Town Hall Piet Retief Street Rouxville Free State The building was designed by the architect, H G E de la Cornillere and officially opened on 11 July 1911 by the Administrator of the Orange Free State, A E W Ramsbottom. It occupies an important place in the history of Rouxville. Provisional Protection
673 9/2/324/0008 Town Hall, Church Street, Kroonstad Town hall Church Street Kroonstad Free State 579 The sandstone building with its Neo-Classical features was designed by J H & A E Till. It was officially opened on 7 June 1907 by Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams, Lieutenant-Governor of the Orange River Colony. It forms part of an important architectural group a Provincial Heritage Site
674 9/2/336/0002 Anglican Church, Berg Street, Senekal Anglican Church Berg Street, Senekal Senekal Free State 274 The sandstone building, erected in the early 1880's, is one of the oldest remaining Anglican Church Provisional Protection
675 9/2/330/0003 Lutheran Church, Katdoornput, Petrusburg District Lutheran Church Katdoornput, Petrusburg District Free State This simple church building with its Gothic features was designed and erected in 1897 by missionaries of the Berlin Mission Society at Bethany. It is one of only a few mission churches which remain in the Free State. As such it is one of the few tangibl Provisional Protection
676 9/2/303/0001/003 British military cemetery, Vendusiedrift, Boshof District British military cemetery Vendusiedrift, Boshof District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
677 9/2/300/0009 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church, Church Square, Bethlehem Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church Church Square Bethlehem Free State 1427 The cornerstone of this impressive sandstone church building, which was designed by the Revd. J. D. Kestell, was laid by President M. T. Steyn on 12 April 1910. The church was inaugurated on 18 February 1911.The Basuto War (1865-66) Memorial was erected i Provincial Heritage Site
678 9/2/324/0016 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church, Church Square, Kroonstad Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church Church Square Kroonstad Free State 426 Provincial Heritage Site
679 9/2/332/0004 Old Reformed Church, Boshoff Street, Reddersburg Old Reformed Church Boshoff Street Reddersburg Free State 11 Provincial Heritage Site
680 9/2/328/0001 Prospecting bore-hole, Aandenk, Odendaalsrus District Prospecting bore-hole Aandenk, Odendaalsrus District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
681 9/2/312/0002 Old Prison, West End Street, Fauresmith Old Prison West End Street Fauresmith Free State Provincial Heritage Site
682 9/2/313/0013 Old Prison-cells, Brand Street, Ficksburg Old Prison-cells Brand Street Ficksburg Free State 87 Provincial Heritage Site
683 9/2/304/0003zz Doornkraal Battlefield, Klipkraal, Bothaville District Doornkraal Battlefield Klipkraal, Bothaville District Free State Pending (Plaque)
684 9/2/303/0001 Paardeberg Battlefield, Boshof District Paardeberg Battlefield Wolvekraal, Vendutiedrift and De Wet, Boshof District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
685 9/2/302/0045 Women's Memorial, Monument Road, Bloemfontein Women's Memorial Monument Road Bloemfontein Free State Erf 1943 This oblisk of 36,5 metres high was built of Kroonstad sandstone in memory of the 26 370 Boer women and children who died during the Anglo Boer War (1899 -1902). It was unveiled on 16 December 1913. Provincial Heritage Site
686 9/2/316/0002 British Regimental Badges, Harrismith British Regimental Badges Harrismith Harrismith Free State Provincial Heritage Site
687 9/2/317/0002 Vegkop Battlefield, Heilbron District Vegkop Battlefield Vechtkop Slagveld, Emanuel, Geschenk, Heilbron District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
688 9/2/302/0024 Ramblers Club, Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein Ramblers Club Aliwal Street Bloemfontein Free State 1930 The Ramblers Club is a fine example of Edwardian architecture at the turn of the century and one of the best-known landmarks in Bloemfontein. The building which was erected in 1907, was designed by the well-known FSarchitect, H.G.E. de la Cornill Register
689 9/2/340/0002 Early Sotho settlement, Waterval, Sandrivierhoogte, Ventersburg District Early Sotho settlement Waterval, Ventersburg District Free State 310 This village, which dates from the seventeenth century with its characteristic corbelled huts and stone kraals, is an excellent example of the architecture and way of life of the Leghoya in the Free State. Provincial Heritage Site
690 9/2/337/0002 Farmhouse, Beersheba, Smithfield District Farmhouse Beersheba, Smithfield District Free State 363 Provincial Heritage Site
691 9/2/302/0041 Gnome Aircraft Engine, Military Museum Fort Bloemfontein, Church Street, Bloemfontein Gnome aircraft engine Military Museum Fort Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State This engine is the oldest aircraft engine in South Africa and is an important link in the history of Aviation Heritage Object
692 9/2/302/0049 Elizabeth le Roux Hostel, 99 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein Elizabeth le Roux hostel Aliwal Street Bloemfontein Free State 15762 The foundation-stone of the Elizabeth le Roux Hostel was laid in 1899. During the Anglo-Boer War the building was used as a hospital and in 1906 it was purchased by the first Board of Trustees of the Orange Girls High School, under the chairmanship of Pre Provincial Heritage Site
693 9/2/316/0016 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Drakensberg Botanical Garden, Harrismith Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Drakensberg Botanical Garden Harrismith Free State Provincial Heritage Site
694 9/2/320/0010 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Jacobsdal Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Jacobsdal Jacobsdal Free State This blockhouse, which dates from 1901, was built of dolerite stone. During the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) it formed part of a line of similar blockhouses that was erected to protect the road link between the two railway lines that ran through Kimberley a Provincial Heritage Site
695 9/2/316/0003 36A Boys Street, Harrismith 36A Boys Street 36A Boys Street Harrismith Free State Register
696 9/2/345/0001 MOTH Club House, 24 12th Street, Voorspoed East, Welkom MOTH Club House 24 12th Street Welkom Free State 139 Register
697 9/2/302/0056 Main building and Hamilton Hall, Grey College, Bloemfontein Grey College Jock Meiring Street Bloemfontein Free State The corner-stone of the Main Building of the Grey College complex was officially laid by President Reitzon 16 May 1894. The architect was W. H. Stucke. The Hamilton Hall, designated by Herbert Baker, was officially opened in 1907 by Sir Hamilton Gould-Ada Provincial Heritage Site
698 9/2/320/0002 Burgher Memorial, Magersfontein, Jacobsdal District Burgher Memorial Magersfontein, Jacobsdal District Free State 219 Provincial Heritage Site
699 9/2/302/0026 Freshford House Museum, 31 Kellner Street, Bloemfontein Freshford House Museum 31 Kellner Street Bloemfontein Free State 585 Provincial Heritage Site
700 9/2/308/0005 Town Hall, Andries Pretorius Street, Clocolan Town hall Andries Pretorius Street Clocolan Free State 619 The building, which was erected in 1916-1917, is a fine example of a sandstone town hall. It contributes to the chracter of the street and is a landmark in town. Register
701 9/2/304/0004zz Town Hall, Preller Street, Bothaville Town hall Preller Street Bothaville Free State 373 The building which was designed by J P Hulshof and erected in 1950, has intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
702 9/2/316/0014 Retiefklip, Kerkenberg, Harrismith District Retiefklip Kerkenberg, Harrismith District Free State 245 Provincial Heritage Site
703 9/2/302/0003 President Brand Street Conservation Area, Bloemfontein President Brand Street Conservation Area President Brand Street Bloemfontein Free State Heritage Area
704 2/0/BEH/6 1 Olivier Street, Kestell, Bethlehem District 1 Olivier Street 1 Olivier Street Kestell Free State Register
705 9/2/304/0002zz Dutch Reformed Mother Church, President Street, Bothaville Dutch Reformed Mother Church President Street Bothaville Free State 302 This impressive cruciform church was designed by the architect Gerard Moerdyk and built of sandstone by the contractors Marshalt and Maclntrosh. The corner-stone waylaid by Ds F. G. T. Radloff on 6 April 1918 and the church was officially inaugurated on 2 Provincial Heritage Site
706 9/2/300/0018 Pretoriuskloof Nature Reserve, Bethlehem Pretoriuskloof Nature Reserve Bethlehem Bethlehem Free State 152; 1669; 1678; 3023; 228; 587. Pretoriuskloof is a nature reserve for birds and small game. The original fountain from which the fi Provincial Heritage Site
707 9/2/300/0004 Wooden Spoon Braairestaurant, 12 Church Street, Bethlehem Wooden Spoon Braairestaurant 12 Church Street Bethlehem Free State 152 This "Tuishuisie" is the oldest existing building in Bethlehem and was presumably erected before 1880. Provincial Heritage Site
709 9/2/312/0003 Standard Bank, Voortrekker and Van Riebeeck Streets, Fauresmith Standard Bank Building Voortrekker and Van Riebeeck Streets Fauresmith Free State 12 Provincial Heritage Site
710 9/2/331/0001 7 Colin Fraser Street, Philippolis Van der Post House 7 Colin Fraser Street Philippolis Free State 205 The wagon-house forms an instrinsic part of the property, already declared a national monument. The property was the family home of Christiaan van der Post who played an important role in the political history of the Free State. It is also the birthplac Provincial Heritage Site
711 9/2/337/0001 Mill building, Carmel, Smithfield District Mill building Carmel, Smithfield District Smithfield Free State 208 The mill-building, together with the nearby tomb where Lemue and his wife are buried are the only tangible remainder of the former mission station at Carmel. It serves at a reminder of the valuable contribution made by earlier missionaries to the social, Register
712 9/2/302/0013 Fichardt House, 40 Elizabeth Street, Bloemfontein Fichardt House 40 Elizabeth Street Bloemfontein Free State 24883 Provincial Heritage Site
713 9/2/316/0020 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Church Street, Warden, Harrismith District Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Church Street Warden Free State 70 This impressive building with its 44 metre high clock- tower was designed by the architect F. Heesse and erected with the assistance of members of the congregation. The corner-stone of the building was laid on 7 February 1920 and the church was officially Provincial Heritage Site
714 9/2/323/0002 Vredefort Road Concentration Camp Cemetery, Prospect, Koppies District Vredefort Road concentration camp Cemetery Prospect, Koppies District Free State This cemetery contains the mortal remains of approximately 800 women and children who died during the Anglo Boer War (1899-1902) in the Vredefort Road Concentration Camp. Provincial Heritage Site
715 9/2/348/0011 Town Hall, Andries Pretorius Square, Winburg Town Hall Andries Pretorius Square Winburg Free State 497 The building, which was erected in 1938, forms part of the history of Winburg and is a landmark in the town. Register
716 9/2/340/0005 Old Police station complex, Ventersburg Old Police Station Ventersburg Ventersburg Free State 354 Provincial Heritage Site
717 9/2/302/0078 White Horse Stone, Naval Hill, Bloemfontein Witperd Naval Hill, Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State Provincial Heritage Site
718 9/2/312/0006-001 12 East Burger Street, Fauresmith 12 East Burger Street 12 East Burger Street Fauresmith Free State 160/A; 161 Register
719 9/2/306/0001-001 Magistrates's Office, Voortrekker Street, Brandfort Magistrates's Office Voortrekker Street Brandfort Free State Register
720 9/2/300/0023-003 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Main Street, Clarens Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Main Street Clarens Free State 512 Register
721 9/2/334/0002-001 Old turbine building, Goedemoed, Rouxville District Old turbine building Free State 647 Register
722 9/2/300/0023-002 Methodist Church, Bester Street, Clarens Methodist Church Bester Street Clarens Free State 226 Register
723 9/2/300/0023-001 Library, Market Street West, Clarens Library Market Street West Clarens Free State 318 Register
724 9/2/302/0001-005 First University Building, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein First University Building University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State 7596 This small red-brick building was erected at the turn of the last century to serve as additional classrooms for Grey College from January 1904 to December 1907 the building served as the first headquarters of Grey University College. Provincial Heritage Site
725 9/2/302/0001-001 Historic tree-garden, President Brand Street, Bloemfontein Historic tree-garden President Brand Street Bloemfontein Free State Provincial Heritage Site
726 9/2/322/0002 Lutheran Church complex, Adamshoop, Oppermangronde, Koffiefontein District Lutheran Church complex Adamshoop, Oppermansgronde, Koffiefontein District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
727 9/2/334/0002-003 Old church building, Goedemoed, Rouxville District Old church building Free State 404 Register
728 9/2/302/0002-001 Sannaspos Battlefield, Ahmetnagher, Bloemfontein District Sannaspos Battlefield Ahmetnagher, Bloemfontein District Free State 2613 At this site along the Koringspruit, Gen. C. R. de Wet, Chief Commandant of the Orange FSCommandos, outmaneuvered the British forces under Brig. Gen. R. G. Broadwood on 31 March 1900. The military tactics displayed here by Gen. De Wet later becam Provincial Heritage Site
729 9/2/350/0001-001 House of Jan de Winnaar, Higgs Street, Zastron House of Jan de Winnaar Higgs Street Zastron Free State This Voortrekker cottage dates from the early nineteenth century. It was erected by one of the first European settlers in the South-eastern Free State, Jan Hendrik de Winnaar. Deproclaimed
730 9/2/300/0023-004 Primary school building, Main Street, Clarens Primary school building Main Street Clarens Free State 64 Register
731 9/2/334/0002-002 Old school building, Goedemoed, Rouxville District Old school building Free State 373 Register
732 9/2/346/0001 First dwelling-house of President J P Hoffman and the family cemetery, Hoffmansrust, Wepener District First dwelling-house of President J P Hoffman and the family cemetery Hoffmansrust, Wepener District Free State Register
733 9/2/300/0018-001 Loch Athlone Dam Wall, Pretoriuskloof Nature Reserve, Bethlehem Loch Athlone Dam Wall Pretoriuskloof Nature Reserve Bethlehem Free State Provincial Heritage Site
734 9/2/302/0037 Hertzog House Museum, 19 Goddard Street, Bloemfontein Hertzog House Museum 19 Goddard Street Bloemfontein Free State 1235 This late Victorian house was erected in 1895. It was occupied from that date to 1928 by Gen. J. B. M.Hertzog and his family. Provincial Heritage Site
735 9/2/300/0006 Preekstoelrots, Narwanda, Bethlehem District Preekstoelrots Narwanda, Bethlehem District Free State 351 This rock derives its name from its distinctive form. It also has historical significance because of Provincial Heritage Site
736 9/2/326/0005 Town Hall, Church Street, Lindley Town hall Church Street Lindley Free State 20 The original portion of the building, erected in 1911, and the later addition of 1937 was designed by the well-known architect, H G E de la Cornillere. The building is a fine example of a sandstone town hall and a landmark in the town. Register
737 9/2/333/0004 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Reitz Town hall Voortrekker Street Reitz Free State 1272 (584) The building, which was erected in 1937 was designed by the architect, H G E de la Cornillere. It is a typical example of a town hall built in the FSand forms part of the history of eitz. Register (Withdrawn)
738 9/2/315/0002 Police Station, Van Reenen Street, Frankfort Police Station Van Reenen Street Frankfort Free State 481; 486 Provincial Heritage Site
739 9/2/312/0007 Post Office, 25 Voortrekker Street, Fauresmith Post Office 25 Voortrekker Street Fauresmith Free State 16 Register
740 9/2/337/0005 Police Station, Juana Square, Smithfield Police Station Juana Square Smithfield Free State Register
741 9/2/325/0005 Police Station, Piet Retief Street, Ladybrand Police Station Piet Retief Street Ladybrand Free State 80 Provincial Heritage Site
742 9/2/346/0007 Robertson Church and Cemetery, Jammersberg Drift, Wepener District Robertson Cemetery and Church Cemetery, Wepener District Free State 429 Provincial Heritage Site
743 9/2/334/0005-001 Tuishuisie, Roux Street, Rouxville Tuishuisie Roux Street Rouxville Free State 31 Provincial Heritage Site
744 9/2/316/0023 Town Hall, Warden Street, Harrismith Town Hall Warden Street Harrismith Free State 131 This red brick building with its sandstone ornamentation was designed by Price and Agutter and erected in 1907-1908. It is one of the most impressive town halls in the FSand a landmark in Harrismith. Provincial Heritage Site
745 9/2/302/0006 Old Prison, Bloemfontein Old Prison Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State Register
746 9/2/313/0010 General Fick Museum, Old Market Square, Ficksburg General Fick Museum Old Market Square Ficksburg Free State 52 This sandstone building, completed in 1893, is a fine example of the magistrate offices erected in the Orange FSduring the Late Republican period. This building together with the adjacent town hall and old post office form an atrtractive archite Provincial Heritage Site
747 9/2/300/0019 Town Hall, 20-22 Muller Street, Bethlehem Civic Centre 20-22 Muller Street Bethlehem Free State 9, 9a, 10, 19a, 19b, 20 The red brick building with its sandstone detail which was designed by F W Masey, was erected in 1930-1931. It is one of the most impressive town halls, built in the FSand a landmark in Bethlehem. Provincial Heritage Site
748 9/2/325/0004 Old Magistrate's Court, Piet Retief Street, Ladybrand Old Magistrate's Court Piet Retief Street Ladybrand Free State 79 Provincial Heritage Site
749 9/2/348/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Square, Winburg Dutch Reformed Church Church Square Winburg Free State 461 This imposing neo-Gothic sandstone church was designed by the architects J. H. and A. E. Till and erected by the builders Rundle, Rowe and Marshall. The comer-stone was laid on 20 January 1899 by M. T. Steyn, President of the Orange Free State. During the Provincial Heritage Site
750 9/2/315/0001 Post Office, Van Reenen Street, Frankfort Post Office Van Reenen Street Frankfort Free State 481; 486 Provincial Heritage Site
751 9/2/326/0013 Town Hall, cnr Steyn and Van Riebeeck Streets, Steynsrus, Lindley District Town hall cnr Steyn & Van Riebeeck Streets Steynsrus Free State 393 The building, which was erected in 1929, is a fine example of a town hall, built in the FSand a landmark in the town. Register
752 9/2/300/0003 2 Olivier Street, Kestell, Bethlehem District 2 Olivier Street, Kestell 2 Olivier Street Kestell Free State 228 Provincial Heritage Site
753 9/2/313/0012 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church, Voortrekker Street, Ficksburg Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church Voortrekker Street Ficksburg Free State 414 Provincial Heritage Site
754 9/2/302/0077 Green Lodge, 81 St Georges Street, Bloemfontein Green Lodge 81 St. Georges Street Bloemfontein Free State 1095 The original portion of this dwelling dates from the 1840s and was built by Henry Green, Assistant Commissioner-General of the Orange River Sovereignty. The house was later occupied, amongst others, by the Rev. Andrew Murray, President M.T. Steyn’s father Provincial Heritage Site
755 9/2/300/0021 Old Magistrate's Court, Louw Street, Bethlehem Old Magistrate's Court Louw Street Bethlehem Free State 165 This sandstone building, the cornerstone of which was laid on 16 January 1893 by F. W. Reitz, State President of the Orange Free State, is an excellent example of the old Republican style of architecture, which was strongly influenced by the Renaissance s Provincial Heritage Site
756 9/2/302/0019 City Hall, President Brand Street, Bloemfontein City Hall President Brand Street Bloemfontein Free State 3257 The building was designed by Gordon Leith and erected in 1934-1936. It is of outstanding architectural and historical merit and forms part of one of the finest streetscapes in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
757 9/2/308/0004 Farm House, Prynnsberg, Clocolan District Farm House Clocolan Free State Provisional Protection
758 9/2/302/0005 Archives Building, 37 Elizabeth Street, Bloemfontein Archives Building 37 Elizabeth Street, cnr Markgraaf Street Bloemfontein Free State 1928 Provincial Heritage Site
759 9/2/312/0005 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Fauresmith Town Hall Voortrekker Street Fauresmith Free State 9 The building, which was erected in 1930, is a typical example of a town hall built in the Free State. It contributes to the character of the area and is a landmark in the town. Register
760 9/2/309/0006 St Bartholomew Anglican Church, 27 van der Wath Street, Dewetsdorp St Bartholomew Anglican Church 27 Van der Wath Street Dewetsdorp Free State 16 This small plastered brick building, erected in 1882 is one of the oldest remaining Anglican Church buildings in the Free State. It serves as a fine example of the church buildings erected in the province during the previous century by the Anglican churc Register
761 9/2/340/0003 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Ventersburg Town hall Voortrekker Street Ventersburg Free State 303 The building, which was erected in 1928, forms part of the histrory of Ventersburg. Register
762 9/2/303/0009 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Boshof Town hall Voortrekker Street Boshof Free State 432 (Dorpsgronde) Forms part of town's history. Register
763 9/2/311/0001 Old hostel, Tweespruit High School, Excelsior District Old hostel Tweespruit High School, Excelsior District Free State 80 Provincial Heritage Site
764 9/2/309/0004 Town Hall, Voortrekker Street, Dewetsdorp Town Hall Voortrekker Street Dewetsdorp Free State 540 The building, which was erected in 1928, is a typical example of town hall built in the Free State. It contributes to the character of the area and is a landmark in the town. Register
765 9/2/331/0010 26 Kok Street, Philippolis 26 Kok Street 26 Kok Street Philippolis Free State 59 This dwelling-house is a fine example of the flat-roofed type which from the late fifties of the nineteenth century replaced the houses with steep thatched roofs in the Orange FSand which represents the most characteristic building type of the ea Provincial Heritage Site
766 9/2/315/0003 Old Magistrate's Court, Van Reenen Street, Frankfort Old Magistrate's Court Van Reenen Street Frankfort Free State 481; 486 Provincial Heritage Site
767 9/2/324/0005 Old Market Square Post Office and prison-cells, 66 Murray Street, Kroonstad Old Market Square Post Office and prison-cells 66 Murray Street Kroonstad Free State Provincial Heritage Site
768 9/2/329/0004 Old magistrate's office, Liebenbergtrek Street, Parys Old magistrate's office Liebenbergtrek Street Parys Free State 17; 18 Provincial Heritage Site
769 9/2/344/0002 Post Office, 15 Oranje Street, Vredefort Post Office 15 Oranje Street Vredefort Free State Provincial Heritage Site
770 9/2/313/0011 Town Hall, Old Market Square, Ficksburg Town Hall Old Market Square Ficksburg Free State 75/RE This sandstone building with its Neo-Classical features was designed by Walter Donaldson and completed during the 1890s. The town hall, adjacent museum building and old post office form one of the finest sandstone building groups in the Free State. Provincial Heritage Site
771 9/2/310/0007 Town Hall, Church Street, Edenburg Town Hall Church Street Edenburg Free State 104 The building, which was erected in 1924-1925, is a typical example of a town hall built in the Free State. It contributes to the character of the area and is a landmark in the town. Register
772 9/2/325/0017 Main building and school hall, Ladybrand High School, Collin Street, Ladybrand Ladybrand High School Collin Street Ladybrand Free State 536 Provincial Heritage Site
774 9/2/324/0001 Farmhouse, Congleton, Kroonstad District Farmhouse Congleton, Kroonstad District Kroonstad Free State Register
775 9/2/300/0033 Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church parsonage, Main Street, Clarens Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church parsonage Main Street Clarens Free State 512 Register
776 9/2/344/0005 30 Charl Cilliers Street, Vredefort 30 Charl Cilliers Street 30 Charl Cilliers Street Vredefort Free State 148 Register
777 9/2/332/0001 21 Boshoff Street, Reddersburg 21 Boshoff Street 21 Boshoff Street Reddersburg Free State 4 Register
778 9/2/302/0014 Mapikela House, 1436 Maghoti Street, Batho, Bloemfontein Mapikela House 1436 Maghoti Street Bloemfontein Free State 22093 This red brick double-storey house was built in 1926 by Mr Thomas Mtobi Mapikela. The house is of major historical importance because of its association with Mapikela, who was one of the founding fathers of the ANC and speaker of the organisation for mor Provisional Protection
779 9/2/333/0002 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Church Street, Reitz Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Church Street Reitz Free State 600 One of the few conservation-worthy buildings in Reitz Provincial Heritage Site
780 9/2/316/0001 Farmhouse, Klerksvlei, Harrismith District Klerksvlei Klerksvlei, Harrismith District Free State 387 Provincial Heritage Site
781 9/2/501/0002 Archbell House, St Paul's Mission, Thaba 'Nchu Archbell House Thaba Nchu Free State After the Barolong tribe had moved from Platberg to Thaba Nchu in 1833, the church and the Rev. Archbell's mission house were reerected here. Between 1836 and 1839 this house of the Rev. Archbell was probably enlarged. Provincial Heritage Site
782 9/2/302/0063 Somerlust, 32 Whites Road, Waverley, Bloemfontein Somerlust 32 Whites Road Bloemfontein Free State 1850 Register
783 9/2/302/0079 Abraham Fischer House, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Abraham Fischer House University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State 7596 Provincial Heritage Site
784 9/2/331/0013 Jacobson Museum and Library, 34 Voortrekker Street, Philippolis Jacobson Museum and Library 34 Voortrekker Street Philippolis Free State 12 This imposing building, with its predominantly Victorian features, dates from 1905/6. Moritz Jacobson, bought the property in 1921 and lived there until 1977, when he donated it to the Municipality of Philippolis to be used as a library. In 1978 it was ta Provincial Heritage Site
785 9/2/300/0013 St Augustine Anglican Church, 34 Louw Street, Bethlehem St Augustine Anglican Church 34 Louw Street, Bethlehem Bethlehem Free State 2220 This church was completed on 1928-08-26 Provincial Heritage Site
786 9/2/318/0001 Farmhouse, Ferreirasrust, Hennenman District Ferreirasrust Ferreirasrust, Hennenman District Free State 163 Provincial Heritage Site
787 9/2/317/0004 Railway station, Heilbron Railway station Railway station, Heilbron Heilbron Free State 436 Provincial Heritage Site
788 9/2/324/0003 Kroonstad North Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Reitz, Symond and Malherbe Streets, Kroonstad Kroonstad North Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Reitz, Symond and Malherbe Streets Kroonstad Free State 6213 Register
789 9/2/343/0003 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Church Square, Vrede Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Church Square Vrede Free State 401 Provincial Heritage Site
790 9/2/310/0002 Church and School Buildings, Bethany Mission Complex, Edenburg District Bethany Mission Complex Bethany, Edenburg District Free State Provisional Protection
791 9/2/334/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Rouxville Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Rouxville Free State 279 This impressive sandstone building with its neo-Gothic features was designed by the architect Richard Wocke. The corner-stone was laid on 11 July 1879 and the building was officially inaugurated on 11 March 1881. The restored tower, which was designed by Provincial Heritage Site
792 9/2/324/0013 Corrugated iron house, Wessels Street, Edenville, Kroonstad District Corrugated iron house Wessels Street Edenville Free State Provisional Protection
793 9/2/302/0029 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Riverford, Bloemfontein District Riverford Riverford, Bloemfontein District Free State 232 Provisional Protection
794 9/2/302/0023 Main Building, Bloemfontein Technical College, Douglas Street, Bloemfontein Technical College Douglas Street Bloemfontein Free State 1901 This imposing building with its Flemish features, which was designed by the architect W. H. Stucke, was erected in 1894/95 by the building contractor D. Godley. The foundation-stone was laid on 16 May 1894 by President F. W. Reitz and the Eastern and West Provincial Heritage Site
795 9/2/300/0016 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Van Riebeeck Street, Kestell, Bethlehem District Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Van Riebeeck Street Kestell Free State 144 This impressive sandstone church with its Byzantine and neoclassical elements was designed by the well-known architect Gerhard Moerdyk and erected by the builder F. Barker. This church, which is one of the largest stone churches in South Africa, was offic Provincial Heritage Site
796 The Burgher monument, Boomplaats, Edenburg District South West of Bloemfontein Edenburg Free State 540 Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
797 9/2/304/0003zz Concentration Camp Cemetery, Louvain 286, Brandfort District Concentration Camp Cemetery Free State Louvain 286 cemetery contains the mortal remains of 1 263 women and children who died during the Anglo-Boer War Provincial Heritage Site
798 9/2/314/0001 Surrender Hill, Amsterdam, Fouriesburg District Surrender Hill Amsterdam, Fouriesburg District Free State 427 Provincial Heritage Site
800 9/2/300/0001 Farmhouse and outbuildings, Wolhuterskop-Zuid, Bethlehem District Wolhuterskop-Zuid Wolhuterskop-Zuid, Bethlehem District Free State 670 The original portion of the sandstone homestead was according to oral traditional erected in about 1850 by Philip Roedolf Fourie, the first owner of Wolhuterskop. Once restored the homestead, outbuildings and cemetery can serve as a fine example of a typ Provisional Protection
801 9/2/301/0007 Memorial and grave of Louw Wepener, Constantia, Bethulie District Memorial and grave of Louw Wepener Constantia, Bethulie District Free State 457 Provincial Heritage Site
802 9/2/338/0002 Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church parsonage, 43 Sarel Cilliers Street, Theunissen Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Parsonage 43 Sarel Cilliers Street Theunissen Free State Register
803 9/2/317/0001 Weilbach House, Leeuwpoort, Heilbron District Weilbach House Leeuwpoort, Heilbron District Free State 109 Provincial Heritage Site
804 9/2/300/0031 Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mission Church parsonage, President Boshoff Street, Bethlehem Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mission Church parsonage President Boshoff Street Bethlehem Free State The mission house derives its significance from its association with a religious figure, Rev. H.A. Roux who established himself in 1899 at Bethlehem as the first missionary of the Dutch Reformed Church in the town. He bought the erf with the original thr Provincial Heritage Site
805 9/2/325/0001 Mill building, Leeuw Rivers Drift, Ladybrand District Leeuw River Mill Leeuw Rivers Drift, Ladybrand District Free State 25 Provisional Protection
806 9/2/321/0001 Water-pumps, Jagersfontein Water-pumps Jagersfontein Jagersfontein Free State These 18 water-pumps formed part of the water supply scheme that the firm Stewarts and Lloyds installed for Jagersfontein in 1913. The pumps offered a unique solution to the water supply problem that was experienced earlier in many rural towns. Provincial Heritage Site
807 9/2/331/0004 Old Pound, Justisie Street, Philippolis Old pound Justisie Street Philippolis Free State 128 One of only two known remaining pounds in the Orange Free State. Forms an important part of the hist Provincial Heritage Site
808 9/2/302/0022 Cathedral of St Andrew and St Michael, St George Street, Bloemfontein Catedral of St Andrew and St Michael St. George Street Bloemfontein Free State 1887 The Cathedral is one of the oldest buildings in Bloemfo Provincial Heritage Site
809 9/2/302/0043 Arthur Nathan Swimming Pool, Fairview Street, Bloemfontein Arthur Nathan Swimming Pool Fairview Street Bloemfontein Free State 2121 Bloemfontein It is known to be the largest swimming pool in South Africa Provincial Heritage Site
810 9/2/303/0006 Site where General De Villebois-Mareuil was killed, Middelkuil, Boshof District Site where General De Villebois-Mareuil was killed Middelkuil, Boshof District Free State 408 Provincial Heritage Site
811 9/2/335/0003 Muller House, Wonderfontein, Sasolburg District Muller House Wonderfontein, Sasolburg District Free State 350 Provisional Protection
812 9/2/302/0042 Boom van sameswering, Onze Rust, Bloemfontein District Boom van sameswering Onze Rust, Bloemfontein District Free State 1275 Provincial Heritage Site
814 9/2/319/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Hoopstad Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Hoopstad Free State 211 The corner-stone of this impressive cruciform church with its Neo-Gothic features was laid by President F. W. Reitz on 6 June 1891. The building was officially inaugurated on 2 December 1892. Provincial Heritage Site
815 9/2/302/0057 Andrew Murray House, Grey College, Jock Meiring Street, Bloemfontein Andrew Murray House Jock Meiring Street Bloemfontein Free State 24655 Provincial Heritage Site
816 9/2/331/0003 4 Justisie Street, Philippolis Karoo-house 4 Justisie Street Philippolis Free State 129 Fairly unchanged example of a typical Karoo-house which is the most characteristic building type of Provincial Heritage Site
817 9/2/302/0007 Old Presidency, President Brand Street, Bloemfontein Old Presidency President Brand Bloemfontein Free State 24722 Provincial Heritage Site
818 9/2/304/0001zz Old police station and prison cells, President Street, Bothaville Old police station and prison cells President Street Bothaville Free State 130 Register
819 9/2/331/0007-035 27 Tobie Muller Street, Philippolis 27 Tobie Muller Street 27 Tobie Muller Street, cnr Grobbelaar Street Philippolis Free State 70, 71 Detracts from character of traditional street scape. Provincial Heritage Site
820 9/2/302/0051 Hoffman Square, Bloemfontein Hoffman Square Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State Provisional Protection
821 9/2/300/0008 A B Baartman Wagon House, Muller and Landdros Streets, Bethlehem AB Baartman Wagon-house cnr Muller and Landdros Streets Bethlehem Free State 232 This sandstone wagon-house with its corrugated iron roof and loft was erected in 1894 by A.A. Baartm Provincial Heritage Site
822 9/2/335/0002 Farm school, Taaiboschspruit, Sasolburg District Farm school Taaiboschspruit, Sasolburg District Free State 205 This sandstone school building which was erected in 1916, remained fairly unaltered over the years. It is a fine example of the farm schools which played a significant educational role in the FSduring the first half of this century. Register
823 9/2/326/0004 Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Parsonage, 33 Du Plessis Street, Petrus Steyn, Lindley District Old Parsonage 33 Du Plessis Street Petrus Steyn Free State 413 & 415 Provincial Heritage Site
824 9/2/337/0013 Birthplace of C R de Wet, Kleinfontein 762, Smithfield District Birthplace of C R de Wet Kleinfontein, Smithfield District Free State 762 These ruins are all that remain of the two-roomed clay cottage where Gen. C. R. de Wet was born on 7 October 1854. He lived here with his parents until the age of five. Provincial Heritage Site
825 9/2/343/0001-001 All Saints Anglican Church, 70 Church Street, Vrede All Saints Anglican Church 70 Church Street, Vrede Vrede Free State 278 The building with its Neo Gothic features which was erected in 1890, is a fine example of the Anglic Provincial Heritage Site
826 9/2/329/0007 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church, Hefer Street, Parys Nederduitse Gereformeerde Mother Church Hefer Street Parys Free State 1285 The corner-stone of this cruciform church with its Neo- Gothic features was laid by the Moderator of the Orange FSSynod, the Rev. J. J. T. Marquard, on 14 January 1899. The building was completed shortly after the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer War ( Provincial Heritage Site
827 9/2/331/0009 24 Tobie Muller Street, Philippolis 24 Tobie Muller Street 24 Tobie Muller Street Philippolis Free State 101 Important example of Karoo architecture with fine details. Forms part of traditional Tobie Muller St Provincial Heritage Site
828 9/2/316/0024 Old Toll-bridge, Wilge River, Swinburne, Harrismith District Old Toll-bridge Border Bridge and Oranje, Harrismith District Harrismith Free State Border Bridge 545; Oranje 286 Provincial Heritage Site
829 9/2/344/0003 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Church Street, Vredefort Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Church Street Vredefort Free State Register
830 9/2/332/0003 Old CNO School, 7 Stewie Joubert Street, Reddersburg Old C.N.O. School 7 Stewie Joubert Street Reddersburg Free State 215 This building was erected to house the C. N. O.-school, which was opened in 1904 in Reddersburg. It therefore occupies an important place in the history of education in the town. Provincial Heritage Site
831 9/2/346/0008 Old wagon-bridge, Caledon River, Jammerbergs Brug, Wepener District Old wagon-bridge Jammerbergs Brug, Wepener District Free State (A) 267 (B) 269 Provincial Heritage Site
832 9/2/316/0011 Swalu Bridge, Landdrost, Harrismith District Swalu Bridge Landdrost, Harrismith District Free State 45 Provincial Heritage Site
833 9/2/313/0008 81 McCabe Street, Ficksburg 81 McCabe Street 81 McCabe Street Ficksburg Free State The house which was erected in 1885 is probably one of the oldest remaining dwellings in Ficksburg. Many of the original elements of the building, such as the sliding sash windows, quoining around the doors and windows, timber floors, fire-places and fou Register
834 9/2/337/0003 Cemetery, Carmel, Smithfield District Cemetery Carmel, Smithfield District Free State Provincial Heritage Site
835 9/2/337/0007 Erf 50, Church Street, Smithfield Erf 50, Church Street Church Street Smithfield Free State 50 Provincial Heritage Site
836 9/2/304/0006zz Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Parsonage, 66 President Street, Bothaville Old Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church Parsonage 66 President Street Bothaville Free State 92 Register
838 9/2/331/0002 Powder magazine, Philippolis Powder magazine Townlands of Philippolis Philippolis Free State 143/Townlands of Philippolis/0020 Provincial Heritage Site
839 9/2/324/0014 Old Magistrate's Office, Murray Street, Kroonstad Old Magistrate's Office Murray Street, cnr Market Street Kroonstad Free State Provincial Heritage Site
841 9/2/311/0002 Old Farmhouse, Merumetsu, Excelsior District Old Farmhouse Merumetsu, Excelsior District Free State 576 Register
842 9/2/331/0012 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church, Voortrekker Street, Philippolis Nederduitse Gereformeerde Church 17 Bo-Kerk Street, cnr Voortrekker Street Philippolis Free State 164 On this ground stood originally the Griqua missionary church. On 08-05-1869, the corner-stone of this church was laid. This church was inaugurated in 1869 and is a fine example of nineteenth-century ecclesiastical architecture in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
844 9/2/302/0039 Orange FSBotanical Gardens, Bloemfontein Orange FSBotanical Gardens Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Free State 2277/TEMPE/2313(LILYVALE)/0016 Scientific and environmental interest This botanical garden, which was established in 1967, is of particular scientific and environmental importance. It contains the only remaining Karoo vegetation in the vicinity where palaeoclimates can be studied. 10/2 Provincial Heritage Site
846 9/2/228/0201 Yukon, Bezuidenhouts Valley, Johannesburg Yukon Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
847 9/2/258/0008 Staats Model School, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria Staats Model School Van der Walt Street, cnr Skinner Street Pretoria GT The establishment of schools in general was in accordance with the education policy of the South African Republic, left to the parents. The government was then prepared to subsidise such schools. As exceptions however, a few schools of which the Staats Provincial Heritage Site
849 9/2/228/0068 City Hall Complex, Rissik Street, Johannesburg City Hall Complex Rissik Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
850 9/2/228/0008 Jeppe High School for Boys, Kensington, Johannesburg Jeppe High School for Boys Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
851 9/2/228/0064 Dolobran, Parktown, Johannesburg Dolobran Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
852 9/2/258/0010 Kruger House, Church Street West, Pretoria Kruger House Church Street West Pretoria GT 308 Provincial Heritage Site
853 9/2/258/0013 Law Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria Law Chambers Church Square Pretoria GT Rem Ptn 2 of 365; Ptn 3 of 365; Ptn 5 of 365 Provincial Heritage Site
854 9/2/258/0009 Melrose House, 275 Jacob Mare Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria Melrose House Jacob Mare Street Pretoria GT Melrose House is a good example of a Victorian manor house. The Peace of Vereeniging was signed in the dining-room of the house. Provincial Heritage Site
855 9/2/228/0059 Old Post Office, 315 Main Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg Old Post Office 315 Main Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
856 9/2/258/0047 Old Agriculture Publication Building, Vermeulen Street, Pretoria Old Agriculture Publication Building Vermeulen Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
857 9/2/228/0095 Langlaagte Deep Mining Village, Langlaagte, Johannesburg Langlaagte Deep Mining Village Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
858 9/2/258/0115 Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria Reformed Church Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street Pretoria GT Historical and architectural interest The cornerstone of this church building, which was designed in the style of the seventeenth-century Dutch Renaissance, was laid on 10 October 1896 by the State President S. J. P. Kruger. On 25 December 1897 the buildi Provincial Heritage Site
859 9/2/258/0042 Mea Vota, 62 Rissik Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria Mea Vota 62 Rissik Street Pretoria GT 8 Provincial Heritage Site
860 9/2/228/0063 Hazeldene Hall, Parktown, Johannesburg Hazeldene Hall Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
861 9/2/258/0040 14 and 15 Artillery Road, Pretoria 14 and 15 Artillery Road 14 and 15 Artillery Road Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
862 9/2/258/0084 Fort Schanskop, Groenkloof, Pretoria Fort Schanskop Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
863 9/2/228/0077 Friedenskirche, Twist Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg Friedenskirche Twist Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
864 9/2/228/0154 Farmhouse, 14 Greenhill Road, Emmarentia, Johannesburg Farmhouse 14 Greenhill Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
865 9/2/258/0031 Moerdyk House, 274 Pomona Street, Muckleneuk, Pretoria Moerdyk House 274 Pomona Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
866 9/2/228/0195 Randjeslaagte Beacon, Boundary Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Randjeslaagte Beacon Johannesburg GT HISTORICAL INTEREST. This beacon marks the northern boundary of the farm "Randjeslaagte" on which Johannesburg was laid out in 1886. Provincial Heritage Site
867 9/2/258/0021 Grootkerk, Bosman Street, Pretoria Grootkerk Bosman Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
868 9/2/258/0032 Fort Klapperkop, Groenkloof, Pretoria Fort Klapperkop Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
869 9/2/228/0035 Old Fort, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg Old Fort Johannesburg GT HISTORICAL INTEREST. In 1896 the Government of the South African Republic decided to build a fort round the existing prison. The prison was built already in 1892 and enlarged in 1894. The fort was completed in 1899 and handed over to the State Artillery. Provincial Heritage Site
870 9/2/228/0153 Stonehouse, 5 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Stonehouse 5 Rockridge Road Johannesburg GT This unique residence is situated in Rock Ridge Road. Sir Herbert Baker, the well-known architect of the Union Buildings, designed and had the house built for himself. In it he tried to incorporate all the traits which he visualised in the renewal of the Provincial Heritage Site
871 9/2/258/0043 Anton Van Wouw House, Brooklyn, Pretoria Anton Van Wouw House Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
872 9/2/258/0038 SA Air Force Officers' Club, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria SA Air Force Officers' Club Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
873 9/2/228/0042 Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House, Dewetshof, Johannesburg Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
874 9/2/262/0006 Old Prison and Gaoler's House, Florida, Roodepoort District Old Prison and Goaler's House Florida GT Provincial Heritage Site
875 9/2/262/0013 Old Pumphouse, Zuurbekom, District Roodepoort Old Pumphouse GT Provincial Heritage Site
876 9/2/262/0001-001 Confidence Reef, Kloof-en-Dal Nature Reserve, Kloof-en-Dal, Roodepoort Confidence Reef Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
877 9/2/228/0181 Hindu Crematorium, Brixton Cemetery, Johannesburg Hindu Crematorium Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
878 9/2/258/0093/002 Old Machine Building, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria Old Machine Building Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
879 9/2/258/0156 Old Native Reception Depot, Proes Street, Pretoria Old Native Reception Depot Proes Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
880 9/2/258/0012 Cafe Riche, Church Square, Pretoria Cafe Riche Church Square Pretoria GT Rem Ptn 1 of 365 Provincial Heritage Site
881 9/2/258/0069 Weskoppies Hospital, Ketjen Street, Pretoria Weskoppies Hospital Ketjen Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
882 9/2/228/0212 Guild Cottage, Guild Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Guild Cottage Guild Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
883 9/2/249/0001?? Old School, Anderson Street, Nelspruit Old School Anderson Street Nigel GT Provincial Heritage Site
884 9/2/228/0006 Whitehall Court, Killarney, Johannesburg Whitehall Court Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
885 9/2/228/0076 37 Carter Road, Forest Hill, Johannesburg 37 Carter Road, Forest Hill 37 Carter Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
886 9/2/258/0110 Burg House, Hillcrest, Pretoria Burg House Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
887 9/2/228/0078 North Lodge, Parktown, Johannesburg North Lodge Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
888 9/2/258/0079 Green Magazine, Pretoria Green Magazine Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
889 9/2/260/0008 The Homestead, 3 Homestead Avenue, Homelake, Randfontein The Homestead 3 Homestead Avenue Randfontein GT Provincial Heritage Site
890 9/2/228/0060 33 Landau Terrace, Richmond, Johannesburg 33 Landau Terrace, Richmond 33 Landau Terrace Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
891 9/2/258/0018 Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, Verwoerdburg, Pretoria Rooihuiskraal Battlefield Pretoria GT This property forms part of the Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, where the Battle of Rooihuiskraal took place on 12 February 1881 during the First War of Independence (1880-81). During the war, Pretoria was besieged by Boer forces for a period of 100 days and Provincial Heritage Site
892 9/2/258/0020 Old Synagogue, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria Old Synagogue Paul Kruger Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
893 9/2/258/0105 Oost-Eind Primary School, 70 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria Oost-Eind Primary School 70 Meintjies Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
894 9/2/258/0037 Volksstem Building, cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane, Pretoria Volksstem Building cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
895 9/2/228/0113 Northwards, Parktown, Johannesburg Northwards Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
896 9/2/228/0082 Melville Primary School, 63 Second Avenue, Melville, Johannesburg Melville Primary School 63 Second Avenue Johannesburg GT Register
897 9/2/258/0023 Old Raadsaal, Church Square, Pretoria Old Raadsaal Church Square Pretoria GT Historical Interest. This building was the Volksraadsaal of the South African Republic and was completed in 1892. Provincial Heritage Site
898 9/2/228/0069 Johannesburg Art Gallery, Joubert Park, Johannesburg Johannesburg Art Gallery Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
899 9/2/258/0093 Defence Headquarters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria Defence Headquarters Potgieter Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
900 9/2/228/0020 Kimberley House, 44 Pritchard Street, Johannesburg Kimberley House 44 Pritchard Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
901 9/2/258/0088 Burger's Park, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria Burgerspark Burgers Park Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
902 9/2/228/0034 SA Institute for Medical Research, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg SA Institute for Medical Research Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
903 9/2/228/0165 Windybrow, Hillbrow, Johannesburg Windybrow Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
904 9/2/258/0087 The Fortress and Blockhouse, 2 Johannes Kok Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria The Fortress and Block House 2 Johannes Kok Road Pretoria GT Die Vesting, which is one of the largest remaining wood and iron houses in Voortrekkerhoogte, was erected by the British military authorities shortly after the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Since the beginning of the century it has accommodated several high Provincial Heritage Site
905 9/2/228/0164 The Pines, Gordon Hill Road, Parktown, Johannesburg The Pines Gordon Hill Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
906 9/2/258/0017 Old Merensky Library, University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Road, Pretoria Old Merensky Library Lynnwood Road Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
907 9/2/228/0031 Sunnyside Park Hotel, York Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Sunnyside Park Hotel York Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
908 9/2/258/0095 3/3/8/1 Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites, University of Pretoria, Pretoria Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites Pretoria GT The collection of cultural artefacts associated with the Iron Age settlements on Mapungubwe Hill, the Southern Terrace, K2 and Bambandyanalo, situated on the farm Greefswald in the Messina District and at present in the possession of the University of Pre Heritage Object
909 9/2/230/0004 Esselen Park, Training College Campus, Kempton Park Esselen Park GT Provincial Heritage Site
910 9/2/226/0005 Boer Houses and Farmyard, Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, Diepkloof, Heidelberg District Boer Houses and Farmyard GT Provincial Heritage Site
911 9/2/226/0001 60 Strydom Street, Heidelberg. 60 Strydom Street. 60 Strydom Street Heidelberg GT 3475 Provincial Heritage Site
912 9/2/228/0114/002 The house at 217A Frederick Drive, Northcliff, Johannesburg The house at 217A Frederick Drive 217A Frederick Drive Johannesburg GT Possibly the first Pabst house in South Africa built for Dr. and Mrs Jochel, bother-in-law of Mr. Cohen the founder of Northcliff. Built in the International Style around 1935. Register
913 9/2/258/0104 Stone Cottage, Troye Street, Muckleneuck, Pretoria Stone Cottage Troye Street Pretoria GT Register
915 9/2/228/0114/001 Chinese United Club Mansions, 6 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg Chinese United Club Mansions 6 Commissioner Street Johannesburg GT 185 & 186 Building commenced in 1948. It is surely the most closest to the Baroque style done by Pabst. The final building is very much like the early perspective drawing by Pabst, except that it has fewer floors. Even though funds ran out, and the original numb Register
916 9/2/258/0082-002 NZASM railway carriage No. 18, Pretoria Station, Pretoria NZASM railway carriage No. 18 Pretoria GT Heritage Object
917 9/2/228/0151 Eikenlaan, 6 St Andrews Street, Parktown, Johannesburg Eikenlaan 6 St. Andrews Street Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
918 9/2/259/0003 Darrenwood Dam and Koppie, Randburg Darrenwood Dam and Koppie Randburg GT Heritage Area
919 9/2/258/0016 3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria 3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte 3-5 Jacobus Naude Road Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
920 9/2/287/0006 Soutpan, Zoutpan, Wonderboom District Soutpan GT Provisional Protection
921 9/2/287/0009 Doors Erasmus Complex, Pretoria North, Pretoria Doors Erasmus Complex Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
922 9/2/211/0001 Pentecost Protestant Church, Abrahamowitz Street, Brakpan Pentecost Protestant Church Abrahamowitz Street Brakpan GT Register
923 9/2/228/0054 Savernake, 13 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Savernake 13 Jubilee Road Johannesburg GT Register
925 9/2/258/0162 Wierda Bridge, Six Mile Spruit, Centurion, Pretoria Wierda Bridge Pretoria GT HISTORICAL INTEREST. This bridge was completed in 1891 by Sytze Wierda. Director of Public Works of the South African Republic Provincial Heritage Site
927 9/2/258/0115-001 Kruger chairs, Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria Kruger chairs Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street Pretoria GT Historical interest According to tradition these church chairs were used during church services by President S. J. P. Kruger and his wife Gezina. The chairs are symbolic of Kruger's religious devotedness and an intimate reminder of the influence that his Heritage Object
928 9/2/228/0114/004 Patidar Mansions, 40 President Street, Johannesburg Patidar Mansions 40 President Street Johannesburg GT 328 & 329 This is the first of three buildings using the principle that Pabst describes as, "to design the floors alternatively in contrast to each other so that the first, third and fifth, etc. are identical counter curves to the second, fourth etc." On the groun Register
929 9/2/258/0082-001 NZASM Locomotive No. 242, Pretoria Station, Pretoria NZASM Locomotive No. 242 Pretoria GT The locomotive and the private coach are important links in the history of the South African Railways. Heritage Object
930 9/2/260/0004 Old Police Station, Maugham Road, Randfontein Old Police Station Maugham Road Randfontein GT Provisional Protection
931 9/2/228/0084 Solomon House, 5 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Solomon House 5 Jubilee Road Johannesburg GT Register
932 9/2/233/0010 Old NZASM Station, George Norton Street, Krugersdorp Old NZASM Station George Norton Street Krugersdorp GT Provincial Heritage Site
933 9/2/233/0002-002 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Memorial, Krugersdorp Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Krugersdorp GT 418 Provincial Heritage Site
934 9/2/259/0004 Hy-Many House, Boschkop, Randburg Hy-Many House Randburg GT Register
935 9/2/209/0006 Farmhouse, Vlakplaats, Boksburg District Farmhouse GT Provisional Protection
936 9/2/228/0196 Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates, Langlaagte, Johannesburg Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
937 9/2/283/0001 No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft, Venterspost Mine, Gemsbokfontein, Westonaria District No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft GT Provincial Heritage Site
940 9/2/228/0057 Emil Kessler Locomotive, South Station Building, Johannesburg Emil Kessler Johannesburg GT Heritage Object
941 9/2/228/0015 Mohamedan Primary School, Burgersdorp, Johannesburg Mohamedan Primary School Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
942 9/2/233/0011 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Hekpoort, District Krugersdorp Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Hekpoort GT Provincial Heritage Site
943 9/2/233/0005 Paardekraal Monument, Paardekraal Drive, Krugersdorp Paardekraal Monument Paardekraal Drive Krugersdorp GT 776 Provincial Heritage Site
944 9/2/258/0065 Pretoria High School for Girls, Park Street, Pretoria Pretoria High School for Girls Park Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
945 9/2/258/0055 Zwartkoppies Hall, Zwartkopjes, Pretoria Zwartkoppies Hall Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
946 9/2/209/0007 St Michael and All Angels Church, Plein Street, Boksburg St Michael and All Angels Church Plein Street Boksburg GT 253, 254, 255 and 256 Provincial Heritage Site
947 9/2/228/0213 Dysart House, 6 Sherborne Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Dysart House 6 Sherborne Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
948 9/2/287/0008 Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort, Pretoria Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
949 9/2/228/0067 Rissik Street Post Office, Rissik Street, Johannesburg Rissik Street Post Office Rissik Street Johannesburg GT This building was originally designed by S. Wierda. Construction work was started around 1896 under the supervision of M. Meischke and A. Reid. The foundation stone of the building was laid on 27 January 1897 by J. van Apphen, the Postmaster General. In 1 Provincial Heritage Site
950 9/2/228/0136 Pentecostal Protestant Church, Ray Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg Pentecostal Protestant Church Ray Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
951 9/2/228/0139 St Joseph's Children Home, Sophiatown, Johannesburg St Joseph's Children Home Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
952 9/2/228/0194 Gereformeerde Church Hall, Troyeville, Johannesburg Gereformeerde Church Hall Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
953 9/2/228/0032 Fever Hospital, Braamfontein, Johannesburg Fever Hospital Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
954 9/2/228/0098 Central Block, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Central Block Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
955 9/2/228/0029 Salisbury House, 218-220 Marshall Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg Salisbury House 218-220 Marshall Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
956 9/2/277/0007 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Witkop, Vereeniging District Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse GT Provincial Heritage Site
957 9/2/228/0234 Dias Cross, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Dias Cross University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg GT Heritage Object
958 9/2/209/0002 Old Magistrates Office, Church Street, Boksburg Old Magistrates Office Boksburg GT 87,106,117,118,1485,A/88,A/89,A119 & A/120 Historical Interest The building was designed in 1889, two years after the establishment of the town of Boksburg by Sytze Wierda, the "Goverenements Ingenieur en Architect" of the South African Republic, to accommodate the mining commissioner, the post of Provincial Heritage Site
961 9/2/228/0188 St Margaret's, 3 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg St Margaret's 3 Rockridge Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
962 9/2/228/0205-001 Grave of Enoch Sontonga, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg Grave of Enoch Sontonga Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
963 9/2/258/0083 Nedbank Building, Church Street, Pretoria Nedbank Building Church Square Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
964 9/2/260/0005 Tinktinkieland Nursery School, School Street, Randfontein Tinktinkieland Nursery School School Street Randfontein GT Register
965 9/2/287/0004 Steynberg Estate, Pretoria-North, Wonderboom District Steynberg Estate GT Provincial Heritage Site
966 9/2/228/0080 Dan Pienaar Creche, Parktown, Johannesburg Dan Pienaar Creche Johannesburg GT The building was designed in 1902 by Aburrow and Treeby and erected during 1902/03 for Mr H.F. Watson. Mr Watson remained there until 1919. It was later bought by Sister Rhodes Samuels, who made a number of extensions and converted it into the Gracedale Register
967 9/2/228/0079 Hotel School, 231 Smith Street, Johannesburg Hotel School 231 Smith Street Johannesburg GT 2565 Register
968 9/2/200/0003 Meyer Dwelling, Meyersdal, Alberton District Meyer Dwelling GT Provisional Protection
969 9/2/226/0003 Old Residence, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg Old Residence HF Verwoerd Street Heidelberg GT 70 Provisional Protection
970 9/2/258/0102-001 138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria 138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street 138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
971 9/2/226/0008 Volk School Primary, Begeman Street, Heidelberg Volk School Primary Begeman Street Heidelberg GT Provincial Heritage Site
972 9/2/258/0078 Kirkness House, 290 Cilliers Street, Pretoria Kirkness House 290 Cilliers Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
973 9/2/228/0001/078-001 Villa Guy, Peter's Place and Dudley Court, Seventh Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg Villa Guy Johannesburg GT Apart from minor changes, the buildings have survived substantially intact and are excellent examples of small suburban "maisonettes" in the Art Deco Moderne Style. They are the only buildings of their kind in Parktown North. Register
974 9/2/258/0082 Pretoria Railway Station, Scheiding Street, Pretoria Pretoria Railway Station Scheiding Street Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
975 9/2/228/0041 House Hains, 34 Becker Street, Yeoville, Johannesburg House Hains 34 Becker Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
976 9/2/228/0161 Waverley House, 5 Murray Street, Waverley, Johannesburg Waverley House 5 Murray Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
977 9/2/228/0019/001 Compound, Newtown Electricity Site, Johannesburg Compound Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
978 9/2/258/0154 SA Army College, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria SA Army College Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
979 9/2/226/0007 NZASM Station, Voortrekker Street, Heidelberg NZASM-Station Voortrekker Street Heidelberg GT 1568 Provincial Heritage Site
980 9/2/209/0001 Old Post Office, Market Street, Boksburg Old Post Office Market Street, cnr Joubert Street Boksburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
981 9/2/228/0104 The Hamlet, Parktown, Johannesburg The Hamlet Johannesburg GT The house was designed by Leck and Emley in the Arts and Crafts tradition for Frederick William Diamond, a stockborker and accountant who had come to Johannesburg just after the discovery of gold. He lived there until his death in 1928 and his widow sold Register
982 9/2/209/0008 Conservation Areas, Boksburg Conservation Areas Boksburg GT Heritage Area
983 9/2/228/0152 House Gordon, 10-12 Seymour Road, Parktown, Johannesburg House Gordon 10-12 Seymour Road Johannesburg GT This is a large symmetrical three gabled villa, raised on a stone podium. The wide verandah which enfolds the house on three facades creates the Colonial or "homestead" quality. It is well proportioned with the central double order of columns extended u Register
984 9/2/258/0165 SA Mint Collection, Pretoria SA Mint Collection Pretoria GT Heritage Object
985 9/2/258/0136 Harvard Aircraft, South African Air Force Museum, Pretoria Harvard Aircraft Pretoria GT Heritage Object
986 9/2/228/0114/003 Colin Gordon Nursing Home, 15 Esselen Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg Collin Gordon Nursing Home 15 Esselen Street Johannesburg GT 3481 Of all Pabst's buildings the exterior of this one demonstrates his intoxication with curved forms to the full. The interior planning caused considerable consternation to the numerous owners of the nursing home. From the plans and sections this is not re Register
987 9/2/258/0033 Barton Keep, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria Barton Keep Jacob Mare Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
988 9/2/277/0002 Vereeniging Country Club, Milani Drive, Vereeniging Vereeniging Country Club Milani Drive Vereeniging GT Register
989 9/2/258/0103 Brynterion Conservation Area, Bryntirion, Pretoria Brynterion Conservation Area Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
990 9/2/258/0019 Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building, Church Street, Pretoria Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building Church Street Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
991 9/2/228/0178 Scott House, Kensington, Johannesburg Scott House Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
992 9/2/228/0036 Parktown Boys' High School, Wellington Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg Parktown Boys' High School Wellington Avenue Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
993 9/2/258/ 1 to 13 Artillery Road, Pretoria 1 to 13 Artillery Road 1 to 13 Artillery Road Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
994 9/2/228/0001/032-001 Old Hebrew High School Building, Hillbrow, Johannesburg. Old Hebrew High School Building Johannesburg GT This building was designed by Kallenbach and Kennedy during 1910 for J.H. Isaacs. It was built as a Hebrew school with 4 classrooms, 1 assembly hall, a cloakroom and a committee room, at a cost of 2 500. Bedrooms, a kitchen and a sitting room were added i Register
995 9/2/258/0015 Orange Court, Arcadia, Pretoria Orange Court Pretoria GT
996 9/2/258/0036 Leenhoff House, 799 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria. Leenhoff House 799 Schoeman Street Pretoria GT Register
997 9/2/223/0002 Horwood Homestead, Edenvale, Germiston District Horwood Homestead Remaining Extent of portion of the farm Rietfontein 9 Edenvale GT Provincial Heritage Site
998 9/2/258/0011zz Government House, Bryntirion, Pretoria (General) - Query ??? Government House Pretoria GT Register - Query
999 9/2/223/0011 St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, F H Odendaal Street, Germiston St Andrew's Presbyterian Church F H Odendaal Street Germiston GT 226 Provincial Heritage Site
1000 9/2/228/0005/001 Conservation Area, Parktown, Johannesburg Conservation Area Johannesburg GT Heritage Area
1001 9/2/228/0157 Jan Smuts Study, Jan Smuts House, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Jan Smuts Study Johannesburg GT Heritage Object
1002 9/2/226/0002 De Rust Farmstead, Boschhoek, Heidelberg District De Rust Farmstead GT Provincial Heritage Site
1003 9/2/258/0085 National Botanical Gardens, Brummeria, Pretoria National Botanical Gardens Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1004 9/2/258/0100 Transvaal Museum, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria Transvaal Museum Paul Kruger Street Pretoria GT The Transvaal Museum is a grand-neo classical building, extremely well detailed and forms an important group together with the Old Pretoria City Hall. It is a fine example of the work of an important colonial architect Mr. J.S. Cleland. Provincial Heritage Site
1005 9/2/260/0001 Jonkers House, Riebeeck Lake, Randfontein Jonkers House Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1006 9/2/258/0026 Mariammen Temple, Asiatic Bazaar, Pretoria Mariammen Temple Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1007 9/2/228/0099 Cuthberts Building, Eloff Street, Johannesburg Cuthberts Building Eloff Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1008 9/2/258/0135 Pretoria High School for Boys, Pretoria Pretoria High School for Boys Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1009 9/2/228/0216 Bear Lodge, 17 Elm Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg Bear Lodge 17 Elm Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1010 9/2/258/0093/001 State Artillery Stables, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria State Artillery Stables Potgieter Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1011 9/2/228/0087 Terrace Houses, Bertrams, Johannesburg Terrace Houses Johannesburg GT 160, 161, 162, 186, 187 & 188 These Terraced Houses designed and built in 1905 are a very rare example of terrace housing in Johannesburg. These houses with their bow windows, each topped with a crenallated lintel and a gable above that with a miniature porticoed gable in classical st Register
1012 9/2/258/0022 Tramshed, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria Tramshed Van der Walt Street Pretoria GT Register
1013 9/2/228/0097 Pilrig House, 1 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Pilrig House Rockridge Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1014 9/2/260/0007 Town Hall, cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets, Randfontein Town Hall cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets Randfontein GT Provisional Protection
1015 9/2/287/0001 Wood and Iron House, Akasia, Wonderboom District Wood and Iron House GT This prefabricated verandaed cottage dating from 1907 is an unuswal example of a wood-and iron Transvaal farmhouse. The speed with which it could be unpacked and erected made it an ideal means of accommodating the owner in a short space of time. The min Provisional Protection
1016 9/2/228/0039 Casa Bedo, Waverley, Johannesburg Casa Bedo Johannesburg GT Casa Bedo is an extremely important house in the development of the South African architecture, being the adaptation of the Prairie House to this country. It created a whole new fashion which spread beyond Johannesburg. The building was designed by Doug Register
1017 9/2/228/0177 Mandela House, Ngakane Street, Orlando West, Soweto, Johannesburg Mandela House Ngakane Street Soweto GT Provincial Heritage Site
1018 9/2/258/0076 Lion Bridge, Church Street East, Pretoria Lion Bridge Church Street East Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1019 9/2/258/0126 Springbok Park, Schoeman Street, Hatfield, Pretoria Springbok Park Schoeman Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1020 9/2/228/0058 143 Fulham Road, Brixton, Johannesburg 143 Fulham Road 143 Fulham Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1021 9/2/228/0004 Ansteys, Jeppe Street, Johannesburg Ansteys Jeppe Street, cnr Joubert Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1022 9/2/228/0061 De Klerk's Coppersmith, Doornfontein, Johannesburg De Klerk's Coppersmith Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1023 9/2/228/0096 Crown Mines Head Office, Crown Mines, Johannesburg Crown Mines Head Office Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1024 9/2/228/0115 Stone Ledge, St David Road, Houghton, Johannesburg Old Stone Ledge St. David Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1025 9/2/258/0034 Brook House, 109 Brook Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria Brook House 109 Brook Street Pretoria GT Register
1026 9/2/228/0198 King Edward VII School, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg King Edward VII School Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1027 9/2/228/0085 Phoenix Foundry, 87 Hay Street, Ophirton, Johannesburg Phoenix Foundry 87 Hay Street Johannesburg GT Register
1028 9/2/259/0001 The Windmill, Olivedale, Randburg The Windmill Randburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1029 9/2/258/0133 Boiler and Blower House, Old Pretoria Iron Mines, Iscor, Pretoria Boiler and Blower House Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1030 9/2/228/0003 The View, Parktown, Johannesburg The View Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1031 9/2/258/0101 Libertas, George Washington Boulevard, Bryntirion, Pretoria Libertas George Washington Boulevard Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1032 9/2/226/0004 Dutch Reformed Church, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg Dutch Reformed Church Begemann & Church Streets ???? Heidelberg GT 524 The church was inaugurated in 1890. At a meeting held in the basement hall on 24 July 1903, it was decided to establish a "Volkskool ". As a result of this, the present "Hoër Volkskool" and the Heidelberg Training College came into being. Provincial Heritage Site
1033 9/2/258/0028 Erasmus House, Erasmusrand, Pretoria Erasmus House Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1034 9/2/258/0111 The Kraal, Brummeria, Pretoria The Kraal Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1035 9/2/228/0048 Emoyeni, Parktown, Johannesburg Emoyeni Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1036 9/2/258/0061 National Cultural History Museum, Boom Street, Pretoria National Cultural History Museum Boom Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1037 9/2/228/0009 Tracey's Folly, 11 Grace Road, Observatory, Johannesburg Tracey's Folly 11 Grace Road Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
1038 9/2/228/241/1 Women's Project: Lillian Ngoyi Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto Soweto GT
1039 9/2/228/241/2 Women's Project: Helen Joseph Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto Soweto GT
1040 9/2/228/241/3 Women's Project: Charlotte Maxeke Grave, Nancefield, Soweto Soweto, Johannesburg Soweto GT Unknown STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE The graves of Charlotte Makhomo Maxeke, Helen Joseph and Lilian Ngoyi is a tangible representation of their significant contribution to cultural development, education, cross-cultural exchange, African independent churches, advo National Heritage Site
1041 9/2/258/0097 The Voortrekker Monument Voortrekker Monument Pretoria GT This site is named for the architecturally unique Art Deco Monument, of which the idea was first mooted by Pres. S.J.P. Kruger in 1888 and which was constructed between 1937 and 1949 with funds made available, inter alia by the then Smuts-government. Nume
1042 9/2/228/0189 Dorkay House, 5/7 Eloff Street, Johannesburg Dorkay House 5/7 Eloff Street Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
1043 9/2/233/0032 Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 32), GT Cradle n/a GT 173 IQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1044 9/2/260/0003 Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building, 70 Market Street, Kocksoord, Randfontein Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building 70 Market Street Randfontein GT Provincial Heritage Site
1045 9/2/258/0002 Dutch Reformed Church, Kirkness Street, Pretoria East, Pretoria Dutch Reformed Church Kirkness Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1046 9/2/233/0032 Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 38), GT Cradle n/a GT 173 IQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1047 9/2/233/0024 Coopers, Zwartkrans 172 IQ, GT Coopers Cradle Krugersdorp GT 172 IQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National heritage Site
1048 9/2/233/0018 Drimolen, Sterkfontein 519 JQ, GT Drimolen Cradle n/a GT 519 JQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1049 9/2/233/0017 Gladysvale, Uitkomst 499 JQ, GT Cradle n/a GT 499 JQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1050 9/2/258/0003 Hervormde Church, Du Toit Street, Pretoria Hervormde Church Du Toit Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1051 9/2/233/0032 Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 12), GT Cradle n/a GT 173 IQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsul National Heritage Site
1052 9/2/223/0004 Simmer and Jack Mine Houses, Main Reef Road, Germiston Simmer and Jack Mine Houses Germiston GT Provisional Protection
1053 9/2/258/0075 17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria 17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte 17 Ben Viljoen Road Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1054 9/2/258/0035 Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, New Muckleneuk, Pretoria Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1055 9/2/228/0072 29 Durris Street, Forest Town, Johannesburg 29 Durris Street, Forest Town 29 Durris Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1056 9/2/228/0071 Lion House, 20 Roberts Avenue, Kensington, Johannesburg Lion House 20 Roberts Avenue Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1057 9/2/228/0021 Zaxonia-and -Hanson Building, Diagonal Street, Johannesburg Zaxonia-&-Hanson Building Diagonal Street Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
1058 9/2/228/0137 House of Dr Xuma, 73 Toby Road, Sophiatown, Johannesburg House of Dr Xuma 73 Toby Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1059 9/2/258/0050 Pioneers House, Boekenhoutkloof, District Pretoria Pioneers House GT Provisional Protection
1060 9/2/228/0070 Poswohl Synagogue, Mooi Street, Johannesburg Poswohl Synagogue Mooi Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1061 9/2/228/0044 The Cullinan, 3 Ash Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg The Cullinan 3 Ash Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1062 9/2/228/0083 Gable Ends, 3 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg Gable Ends 3 Jubilee Road Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
1063 9/2/228/0045 Glenshiel, Woolston Road, Westcliff, Johannesburg Glenshiel Woolston Road Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1064 9/2/258/0120 Magsa Flats, 734 Arcadia Road, Arcadia, Pretoria Magsa Flats 734 Arcadia Road Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
1065 9/2/258/0074 Tudor Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria Tudor Chambers Church Square Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
1066 9/2/258/0051 3 Hazelwood Road, Hazelwood, Pretoria 3 Hazelwood Road 3 Hazelwood Road Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
1067 9/2/228/0049 Barclays Bank Museum, 90 Market Street, Johannesburg Barclays Bank Museum 90 Market Street Johannesburg GT Provisional Protection
1068 9/2/228/0138 33 Toby Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg 33 Toby Street, Sophiatown 33 Toby Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1069 9/2/258/0027 Pioneer House, Silverton, Pretoria Pioneer House Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1070 9/2/258/0004 Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1071 9/2/258/0062 Old NZASM Goods Office, Railway Street, Pretoria Old NZASM Goods Office Railway Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1072 9/2/258/0138 Arkleton, 852 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria Arkleton 852 Schoeman Street Pretoria GT Provisional Protection
1073 9/2/228/0205 Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1074 9/2/258/0070 Rondegeluk, Pretorius Street, Pretoria Rondegeluk Pretorius Street Pretoria GT
1075 9/2/287/0005 Veterinary Research Institute, Onderstepoort, Wonderboom District Veterinary Research Institute GT Provincial Heritage Site
1076 9/2/258/0025 Staats Meisies School, Visagie Street, Pretoria Staats Meisies School Visagie Street, cnr Prinsloo Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1077 9/2/262/0014 Old Municipal Chambers, Berlandina Street, Roodepoort Old Municipal Chambers Berlandina Street Roodepoort GT This building was designed by Charles Hosking and completed in 1906 as the first permanent office building for the Roodepoort-Maraisburg Municipality. It served this purpose until 1936. The western wing was designed by the firm Baker & Fleming and added o Provincial Heritage Site
1078 9/2/228/0171 Dutch Reformed Church, cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets, Jeppestown, Johannesburg Dutch Reformed Church cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1079 9/2/277/0011 Dutch Reformed Church, Vereeniging Dutch Reformed Church Vereeniging GT Register
1080 9/2/258/0001 Old Arts Building, University of Pretoria, Pretoria Old Arts Building Pretoria GT The Old Arts Building is architecturally noteworthy and is symbolic of the origin of the University of Pretoria. Provincial Heritage Site
1081 9/2/258/0072 1225 Felix Street, Mountain View, Pretoria 1225 Felix Street, Mountain View 1225 Felix Street Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1082 9/2/228/0179 The Wilds, Houghton, Johannesburg The Wilds Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1083 9/2/258/0067 Union Buildings, Meintjieskop, Pretoria Union Buildings Union Buildings Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1084 9/2/228/0197 Paul Loewenstein Collection, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Paul Loewenstein Collection University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg GT Heritage Object
1085 9/2/228/0116 57 St Patrick's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg 57 St Patrick's Road 57 St. Patrick's Road Johannesburg GT 974 & 975 The house was built in 1903 at a cost of 8 775 pounds to the design of Leck and Emley. The stables, coach house, gate posts and servants quarters were erected in 1904. It is representative of the eclecticism of the Victorian Edwardian architecture. The Register
1086 9/2/233/0014 Kitty Steam Locomotive, SA National Railway and Steam Museum, Krugersdorp Kitty Steam Locomotive Krugersdorp GT Heritage Object
1087 9/2/233/0035 Plover's Lake, Kromdraai 520 JQ, GT Cradle n/a GT 520 JQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1088 Minnaars, Danielsrust 518 JQ (previously 517 JQ), GT Cradle n/a GT 518 JQ (previously 517 JQ) This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1089 9/2/228/0081 Darjeeling House, St John's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg Darjeeling House St. John's Road Johannesburg GT Darjeeling House was designed by Mr T Schaerer, a well-known Johannesburg architect, and erected in 1910. The building has a simplified Dutch gable and long covered verandah. Except for additions in 1913 and 1976, alterations had been limited. The spac Register
1090 9/2/228/0126 Gandhi House, 19 Albermarle Street, Troyeville, Johannesburg Gandhi House 19 Albermarle Street Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1091 9/2/262/0002 Roodepoort Town School, Rex Street, Roodepoort Roodepoort Town School Rex Street Roodepoort GT Provincial Heritage Site
1092 9/2/258/0014 115 Charles Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria 115 Charles Street 115 Charles Street Pretoria GT 822 Provincial Heritage Site
1093 9/2/258/0006 Nederlandsche Bank Building, Church Square, Pretoria Nederlandsche Bank Building Church Square Pretoria GT Rm Ptn 2 of 365;Rm Ptn 4 of 366; Rem 366;Ptn 3 (part of Ptn2) of 2574;Rm Ptn 2 of & Rm 2574 Provincial Heritage Site
1094 9/2/228/0121 Villa D'Este, 82 Jan Smuts Avenue, Saxonwold, Johannesburg Villa D'Este 82 Jan Smuts Avenue Johannesburg GT Provincial Heritage Site
1095 9/2/258/0064 Smuts House, Doornkloof, Irene, Pretoria Smuts House Pretoria GT Field-Marshal the Rt Hon. J C Smuts, second Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa and a prominent figure in world affairs, lived in this house for a considerable part of his life. Provincial Heritage Site
1096 9/2/258/0066 Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker', University of Pretoria Experimental Farm, Pretoria Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker' Pretoria GT Provincial Heritage Site
1097 9/2/233/0033 Motsetse, Tweefontein 523 JQ, GT Cradle n/a GT 523 JQ Twelve fossil sites in the Cradle of Humankind have been declared National Heritage Sites. Some of these have evidence of early fossil hominids including Australopithecines, Paranthropines and early Homo dating back to at least the last three million year National Heritage Site
1098 9/2/415/0001 Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple, 113 Forbes Street, Ladysmith Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple 113 Forbes Street Ladysmith KZN 800 A declared national monument Provincial Heritage Site
1099 9/2/412/0002 37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street, Verulam, Inanda District 37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street 37-41 Todd (Cnr Wicks) Street Verulam KZN 210 Provisional Protection
1100 9/2/407/0008 Sastri College, 20 Winterton Walk, Durban Sastri College 20 Winterton Walk Durban KZN 3184 & 3185 Of cultural significance Provincial Heritage Site
1101 9/2/408/0005 Eshowe Jail, John Ross Highway, Eshowe Eshowe Gaol , Eshowe Eshowe KZN 523 This historic complex was erected in 1900 as a second-class prison. During 1901 it served as a trans Provincial Heritage Site
1102 9/2/408/0004-001 Fort Kwamondi, Eshowe Fort Kwamondi Eshowe Eshowe KZN Eshowe Mission Station & 7638 This fort was built during the Zulu War of 1879 by the forces under the command of Col. Pearson. Provincial Heritage Site
1103 9/2/407/0055 Main Post Office, West (Cnr Gardiner) Street, Durban Main Post Office West Street (Cnr Gardiner) Street Durban KZN 1737 The building is an outstanding example of neo-classical architecture and played an important part in th Provincial Heritage Site
1104 9/2/407/0010 City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens, 263 West (Cnr Smith and Gardiner) Street, Durban Durban City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens 263 West Street Durban KZN 1737 The Durban City Hall, together with the Francis Farewell Gardens, forms an important cultural and hi Provincial Heritage Site
1105 9/2/407/0052 Glacial Pavement, Corinthia Road, Durban Glacial Pavement Corinthia Road Durban KZN 127 Historical and scientific interest- The glaciated pavement shows striae on Table Mountain sandstone Provincial Heritage Site
1106 9/2/407/0051 Wild Fig Trees, West (Cnr Church) Street, Durban Wild Fig Trees West Street (Cnr Church) Street Durban KZN 1 This property forms an important part of the historic site of the first white settlement west of por Provincial Heritage Site
1107 9/2/407/0006 The Manor House, 14 Nuttall Gardens, Durban The Manor House 14 Nuttall Gardens Durban KZN 744 The Manor House was built c1904 for Sir Liege Hulett, legendary father of Natal's sugar industry, Se Pending (Declaration)
1108 9/2/407/0004 Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple, 890 Bellair Road, Durban Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple Bellair Road Durban KZN 55 The original Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam was the first public Hindu temple to be erected on the Africa Provincial Heritage Site
1109 9/2/407/0056 Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters, 5 DLI Avenue, Durban Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters 5 DLI Avenue Durban KZN 1737 This site is intrinsically connected with the history and tradititions of one of the country's famou Provincial Heritage Site
1110 9/2/407/0049 Riverside Soofie Mosque and Mausoleum, 50 Lower Bridge Road, Durban Riverside Soofie Mosque Lower Bridge Road Durban KZN 1 Was erected by celebrated Hajee Soofie who immigrated to South Africa in 1895. He was responsible fo Provincial Heritage Site
1111 9/2/407/0032 Trevean, 258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road, Durban Trevean 258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road Durban KZN 45 This imposing dwelling-house was designed and erected in 1882 by the well-known architects Robert Sellers Upton and Philip Dudgeon. The billiard room was added in 1898. Trevean House is probably the best example of a late-Colonial Victorian building in N Provincial Heritage Site
1112 9/2/407/0054 Queen's Tavern, 16 Stamford Hill Road, Durban Queen's Tavern 16 Stamford Hill Road Durban KZN 1357 & 1354 Built as a gentlemen's club in 1894, this is one of Durban's few remaining links with the colonial p Provincial Heritage Site
1113 9/2/407/0020 41 Cedar Road, Congella, Durban 41 Cedar Road, Congella 41 Cedar Road Durban KZN 7972 It is of both architectural and historical significance. It represents one of the last surviving bui Provincial Heritage Site
1114 9/2/407/0037 St Louis' Roman Catholic Church, 22 Jacobs Rd, Durban St Louis' Catholic Church 22 Jacobs Road Durban KZN 775 Site is of Historical importance to Clairwood community. Provincial Heritage Site
1115 9/2/407/0033 73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave, Durban 73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave 73 Musgrave Road Durban KZN 2255 This magnificent double-storeyed manor house is and excellent example of a Natal verandah house erec Provincial Heritage Site
1116 9/2/407/0028 Old Fort and Cemetery, Old Fort Road, Durban Old Fort Old Fort Road Durban KZN 11654 The Old Fort, now in part transformed into comfortable quarters for ex-service veterans, contains m Provincial Heritage Site
1117 9/2/407/0024 Lillieshell, 408 Innes Road, Durban Lillieshall 408 Innes Road Durban KZN 643 Of Historical and architectural significance Provincial Heritage Site
1118 9/2/407/0023 Supreme Court, 151 Victoria Embankment, Durban Supreme Court Victoria Embankment Durban KZN 10004 This building, designed by the architect Stanley Hudson, was erected in 1911. Provincial Heritage Site
1119 9/2/407/0022 Bellair Railway Station, Sarnia Road, Durban Bellair Railway Station Sarnia Road Durban KZN 52 One of the first five stations laid down by NGR and was completed in 1900, forming an integral part Provincial Heritage Site
1120 9/2/407/0021 Bergtheil Museum, 16 Queens Avenue, Westville Bergtheil Museum 16 Queen's Avenue Westville KZN 1870 Historical and Architectural - Bergthiel House, dating from 1847, formed nucleus of Westville reside Provincial Heritage Site
1121 9/2/407/0016 Quadrant House, 114-115 Victoria Embankment, Durban Quadrant House Victoria Embankment Durban KZN 10004 Corner and vista significance along the Victoria Embankment. Provincial Heritage Site
1122 9/2/406/0023/002 Wesleyan Church, 77 McKenzie Street, Dundee Wesleyan Church 77 McKenzie Street Dundee KZN 3981 Swedish Mission Station Provincial Heritage Site
1123 9/2/407/0011 Old Point Railway Station, 111 Point Road, Durban Old Point Railway Station 111 Point Road Durban KZN 10031 This Victorian railway station dates from the eighteen-ninties when the Natal Government Railways ex Provincial Heritage Site
1124 9/2/407/0019 Colinton, 68 Ridge Road, Durban Colinton 68 Ridge Road Durban KZN 3210 & 3209 This magnificent residence was built in 1898 by the architect William Street-Wilson for Sir David Hunter, General Manager of the Natal Government Railways from 1879 to 1906. Provincial Heritage Site
1125 9/2/407/0018 Local History Museum, Aliwal Street, Durban Local History Museum Aliwal Street Durban KZN 11090 Historical and architectural interest- The building was originally used as a court and post office a Provincial Heritage Site
1126 9/2/407/0038 Natal Herbarium, 4 Edith Benson Crescent, Durban Natal Herbarium 4 Edith Benson Crescent Durban KZN 3174 This building is significant in terms of the development of botanical knowledge in South Africa and Provincial Heritage Site
1127 9/2/407/0017 Monaltrie, 59 Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban Monaltrie 59 Musgrave Road, Durban Durban KZN 2261 One of the best examples of Victorian architecture in Durban Provincial Heritage Site
1128 9/2/407/0014 Old Greenacres Building, 411-23 West Street, Durban Greenacres Building 411-423 West Street Durban KZN 11 & 13 & 13 Register
1129 9/2/407/0013 Congella Battlefield, Maydon Road, Durban Battle of Congella site Maydon Wharf Durban KZN 10011 The battle at Congella led to a protracted siege of a site which is now in the built up area of Durb Provincial Heritage Site
1130 9/2/407/0012 Caister Lodge, 264 Musgrave Road, Durban Caister Hotel 264 Musgrave Road Durban KZN 2222, 2223 & 2225 The three-storey portion of the hotel complex was erected on the site of Sir Benjamin Greenacre's or Provincial Heritage Site
1131 9/2/406/0005-0012 Lucy Meakin Hall, Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee Lucy Meakin Hall Tatham Street Dundee KZN 1335 Pending (Register)
1132 9/2/415/0008-006 Manchester Regiment Graves, Platrand, Klipriver District Manchester Regiment Graves Platrand, Klipriver District KZN Provincial Heritage Site
1134 9/2/402/0005 Spioenkop Battlefield, Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051, Bergville District Spioenkop Battlefield Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051 Bergville KZN 1051 On 24-25 January 1900 the Battle of Spioenkop took place on this hill. Between 2500 and 2700 British Provincial Heritage Site
1135 9/2/402/0004 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Sharrat Street, Bergville Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Sharrat Street Bergville KZN 233 Historical interest - was erected during later part of the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902) by British tro Provincial Heritage Site
1136 9/2/402/0001 Retief's Pass, Farm Scheepers Hoek 11337 and Bethel 2186, Bergville District Retief's Pass Farms Scheepers Hoek 1332 & Bethel 2186, Bergville District KZN 11337 & 2186 Retief's Pass is closely associated with the history of the Great Trek. Provincial Heritage Site
1137 9/2/415/0008-002 Wagon Hill Cemetery, Ladysmith, Klipriver District Wagon Hill Cemetery Ladysmith, Klipriver District Ladysmith KZN Provincial Heritage Site
1138 9/2/415/0008-001 Platrand Burgher Monument, Ladysmith, Klipriver District Platrand Burgher Monument Ladysmith, Klipriver District KZN Fouries Kraal 1183 Provincial Heritage Site
1139 9/2/406/0015 Judith Dutch Reformed Church and Cemetery, Farm Paddafontein, Dundee District Judith Dutch Reformed Church Farm Paddafontein , Dundee District KZN A (known as 'Judith') This stone church with its straight end gables and neo-Gothic windows and doors was inaugurated in J Provincial Heritage Site
1140 9/2/415/0008-004 Caesar's Camp Cemetery, Platrand, Klipriver District Caesar's Camp Cemetery Platrand, Klipriver District KZN Provincial Heritage Site
1141 9/2/405/0001 Fort Mistake, Farm Quagga's Kirk 1168, Klip River District Fort Mistake Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168 Fort Mistake KZN 1168 Historical and architectural interest - Fort Mistake, built in the style of the Indian hill forts, i Provincial Heritage Site
1142 9/2/415/0008-005 Manchester Memorial, Platrand, Klipriver District Manchester Memorial, Platrand Platrand, Klipriver District KZN Provincial Heritage Site
1143 12/T/PIL/5 Horseshoe Water Fall, Graskop, Pilgrim's Rest District Horseshoe Water Fall KZN This waterfall and the basin into which it gradually cascades, as well as the banks of the basin with the surrounding cliffs covered in indigenous plants, form an essential part of the natural beauty of this area. Provincial Heritage Site
1144 9/2/415/0008-003 Memorials, Wagon Point, Klipriver District Memorials, Wagon Point Wagon Point, Klipriver District KZN Provincial Heritage Site
1145 9/2/407/0040 Riche's Building, 423 Smith (Cnr Masonic) Street, Durban Riche's Building 423 Smith (cnr Masonic Grove) Street Durban KZN 10679 This building , which is an excellent example of the Classical Revivalist style at the turn of the c Provincial Heritage Site
1146 9/2/436/0005-192 Greene's Chambers, 27 Chancery Lane (cnr Change Lane), Pietermaritzburg Greene's Chambers 27 Chancery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2523 The building has architectural and historical merit and is a rare outstanding example of its type. I Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1147 9/2/409/0013 Ambleside Military Cemetery, Bridledrift, Estcourt District Ambleside Military Cemetery KZN Varkens Fontein 1138 The Ambleside Military Cemetery including the monument and graves therein in extent approx. 18 X 12 Provincial Heritage Site
1148 9/2/422/0004 Garden of Remembrance, MacFarlane Street, Mooi River Garden of Remembrance Mooi River KZN 432 A military hospital was established in Mooi River in 1900 and those who died were buried in the ceme Provincial Heritage Site
1149 9/2/406/0010 Magistrates Court and Police Station, Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee Magistrate's Court and Police Station Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street Dundee KZN 1374 Police station is one of the oldest and well-conserved structures in Dundee, and is also the best e Provincial Heritage Site
1150 9/2/407/0002 Atherton, 295 Florida Road, Durban Atherton 295 Florida Road Durban KZN 785 This house from the early Edwardian period and whose restoration in 1985 cost R1000,000, is one of t Provincial Heritage Site
1151 9/2/406/0025 Ryley's Hill, 79 Karel Landman Street, Dundee Ryley's Hill 79 Karel Landman Street Dundee KZN 1496 Provincial Heritage Site
1152 9/2/406/0024 Pearson House, 48 Tatham Street, Dundee Pearson House 48 Tatham Street Dundee KZN 1338 A substantial home of a local merchant, unusually elegant for a town the size of Dundee. Typical Natal Provincial Heritage Site
1153 9/2/406/0012/003 Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Thornley Homestead Thornley Homestead Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District KZN 4339 The Thornley Homestead was erected c1897 after Peter Smith, the founder of the Borough of Dundee, pu Provincial Heritage Site
1154 9/2/406/0012/002 Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Talana Museum Talana Museum Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District KZN 4339 Historical interest - The Battle of Talana, which took place on 20 October 1899, was the first large Provincial Heritage Site
1155 9/2/403/0001 Cycads, Monteseel Township, Camperdown District Cycads Monteseel Township Inchanga KZN 906 Protected indigenous plants Provincial Heritage Site
1157 9/2/401/0001 Mgungundlovu, Farm Moordplaats 193, Babanango District Mgungundlovu Farm Moordplaats 193 KZN 193 Dingane's capital - the size of the homestead was deliberately recreated by Cetshwayo at Ondini. Provincial Heritage Site
1159 9/2/406/0008 Old Boswell's Store, 74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee Old Boswell's Store 74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street Dundee KZN 616 This building forms an important part in the architecture of the streetscape of Gladstone Street and Provincial Heritage Site
1160 9/2/406/0006 Rorke's Drift Battlefield, Farm Oscarsberg 2254, Dundee District Rorke's Drift Battlefield Farm Oscarsberg 2254 KZN 2254 Here the Battle of Rorke's Drift was fought during the afternoon and night of 22 January 1879. A small British force of two officers and 110 men defended themselves bravely against the repeated attacks of some 4,000 Zulus. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awa Provincial Heritage Site
1161 9/2/406/0017 The Hollies, 29-31 Union Street, Dundee The Hollies 29-31 Union Street Dundee KZN 4335 This elegant, recently restored home is one of the largest and best preserved in Dundee. The qualit Provincial Heritage Site
1162 9/2/406/0005 Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee Dundee High School Tatham Street Dundee KZN 1335 Of historical, cultural, architectural and environmental significance as it is alandmark in Dundee a Provincial Heritage Site
1163 9/2/406/0003 Apostolic Faith Mission Church, 17 Gray Street, Dundee Apostolic Faith Mission Church 17 Gray Street Dundee KZN 579 Historical and architectural interest - A Gothic revival style building built in 1889 and also playe Provincial Heritage Site
1164 9/2/405/0002 Pro Nobis, Fort Mistake, Klip River District Pro Nobis Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168, Fort Mistake KZN 1168 This dwelling-house, built of dressed stone, is an excellent example of a smaller Natal farmhouse in the Victorian style. Provincial Heritage Site
1165 9/2/406/0021 Coniston, 1 Harvey Street, Dundee Coniston 1 Harvey Street Dundee KZN Subdivision 10 of Lot 2160 Historical and architectural - A substantially well-constructed home which has been in the hands of Provincial Heritage Site
1166 9/2/401/0002 Piet Retief's Grave, Farm Uitzoek 317, Babanango Piet Retief's Grave Farm Uitzoek 317 Ulundi KZN 317 Grave of Voortrekker leader Piet Retief. Provincial Heritage Site
1167 9/2/436/0061 Old Natal University Central Block, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg Old Natal University Central Block King Edward Avenue Pietermaritzburg KZN 1913 Of architectural and historical interest - This is the oldest building of the University of Natal, P Provincial Heritage Site
1168 9/2/436/0074 Acacia Tree, Parkside, Pietermaritzburg Parkside Pelham Pietermaritzburg KZN 378 (unknown - old regional file missing) Provisional Protection
1169 9/2/436/0072-001 11 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 11 Leighton Street 11 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2833 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1170 9/2/436/0070 Welverdient, Edendale, Pietermaritzburg Welverdient Edendale Pietermaritzburg KZN 775 This house is the oldest known double-storeyed dwelling erected outside the Cape Colony. It was built about 1840 by the Voortrekker leader. General Andries Pretorius, who also constructed the historic mill and the water furrow on the site. After the prope Provisional Protection
1171 9/2/436/0069 Wayland, 149 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg Wayland 149 Pietermaritz Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2314 Forms an integral part of the historic facade of Pietermaritz Street which is one of the oldest stre Provincial Heritage Site
1172 9/2/436/0068 Old Voortrekker Road, World's View Road, Pietermaritzburg Voortrekker Road World's View Road Pietermaritzburg KZN Historical - A portion of the historic Voortrekkers road to Natal is preserved here. Provincial Heritage Site
1173 9/2/436/0064 Reid's Building, 214 Longmarket (Cnr Club) Street, Pietermaritzburg Reid's Building 214 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2621 Of historical and architectural interest - The first three-storey business house in Pietermaritzburg Provincial Heritage Site
1174 9/2/436/0072-005 17 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 17 Leighton Street 17 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2714 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1175 9/2/436/0062 Old St Mary's Anglican Church, Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road, Pietermaritzburg Old St Mary's Anglican Church Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 2780 Historical interest - The church was built on the initiative of Bishop Colenso and opened for servic Provincial Heritage Site
1176 9/2/436/0072-006 20 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 20 Leighton Street 20 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2713 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1177 9/2/436/0060 Old Remedial Model Primary School, 310 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Remedial Model Primary School 310 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2731 & 2730 & 2730 Of architectural and local historical interest - Example of high character Victorian school architec Provincial Heritage Site
1178 9/2/436/0057 Girls' High School, Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg Girls' High School Alexandra Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 374 This impressive group of buildings, erected in the neo-classical style, forms the nucleus of the Girls’ High School that was opened on this site in the old manor-house, Morningside, on 4 August 1920. The latter building, although altered, still forms part Provincial Heritage Site
1179 9/2/436/0056 Clark House and Victoria Hall, Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg Clark House and Victoria Hall College Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 80 Clark House was erected in 1887 and the adjoining Victoria Hall in 1895. These buildings housed the original Pietermaritzburg High School. Clark House itself is built in the Neo-Gothic style and is one of the best-known school buildings in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1180 9/2/436/0054 Butine House, 151 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg Butine House 151 Pietermaritz Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2314 ; 2315 This property is not only an excellent example of Pietermaritzburg’s Victorian architecture, but its fine quality Victorian front facade and elegant Italianate northern facade are unique and contribute materially to the creation of a nationally important Provincial Heritage Site
1181 9/2/436/0053 Main Post Office, 232 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Main Post Office Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2622 & 2623 Landmark quality; historical and architectural importance; over eighty years old; outstanding exampl Provincial Heritage Site
1182 9/2/436/0052 Old Prison, 2 Burger (Cnr Pine and Edendale) Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Prison 2 Burger (Cnr Pine) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 1820; 1100 This unusual building is one of the older surviving government buildings in Pietermaritzburg and has Provincial Heritage Site
1183 9/2/436/0063 Natal Botanical Gardens and Plane Tree Avenue, Pietermaritzburg Natal Botanical Gardens & Plane Tree Avenue Mayor's Walk Pietermaritzburg KZN 212 & 3105 Historical and panoramic; the Plane tree avenue is a world renowned site and stretches mainly throug Provincial Heritage Site
1184 9/2/436/0073-001 126 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 126 Berg Street 126 Berg Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2312 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1185 9/2/436/0005-165 Barclays Bank, 207 Church (Cnr Bank) Street, Pietermaritzburg Barclays Bank 207 Church Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2420 The site of this building has been used continuosly for banking purposes since 1850's. The site and Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1186 9/2/436/0073-009 17 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 17 Deanery Lane 17 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1187 9/2/436/0073-010 16 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 16 Deanery Lane 16 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2312 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1188 9/2/436/0073-003 15A Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 15A Deanery Lane 15A Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 ; 2314 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1189 9/2/436/0073-012 15 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 15 Deanery Lane 15 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1190 9/2/436/0073-007 14 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 14 Deanery Lane 14 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2312 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1191 9/2/436/0072-002 14 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 14 Leighton Street 14 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2713 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1192 9/2/436/0073-011 13 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 13 Deanery Lane 13 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1193 9/2/436/0044 Marian Villa, 282 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg Marian Villa 282 Alexandra Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1232 This magnificant manor-house was designed by well-known architect Clement Stott who later bought the Provincial Heritage Site
1194 9/2/436/0073-004 12 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 12 Deanery Lane 12 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2312 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1195 9/2/436/0073-005 11 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 11 Deanery Lane 11 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1196 9/2/436/0073-006 10 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 10 Deanery Lane 10 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1197 9/2/436/0072-009 7 Leighton Street, Pietermaritzburg 7 Leighton Street 7 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2714 The house has architectural and historical merit and is a rare and outstanding example of its type. Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1198 9/2/436/0072-008 30 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 30 Leighton Street 30 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2713 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1199 9/2/436/0072-007 26 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 26 Leighton Street 26 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2713 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1200 9/2/436/0073-004 134 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 134 Berg Street 134 Berg Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1201 9/2/436/0082 Dorchester House, 190 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg Dorchester House 190 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2719 This building is a noted landmark and important essentially for its architectural qualities being on Provincial Heritage Site
1202 9/2/436/0017 Scottsville Primary School, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg Scottsville Primary School King Edward Avenue Pietermaritzburg KZN 1913 First primary school in Pietermaritzburg; an outstanding complex of redbrick buildings in the 'colle Provincial Heritage Site
1203 9/2/436/0016 Italian P.O.W. Church, Epworth Road, Pietermaritzburg Italian P O W Church Epworth Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1779 Of architectural and historical interest - The Italian POW Church was built in 1944 by Italian priso Provincial Heritage Site
1204 9/2/436/0014 Alexandra Road Police Station, Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road, Pietermaritzburg Alexandra Road Police Station Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 25 & 25 & 25 This architecturally interesting building was the headquarters of the Natal Mounted Police, later kn Provincial Heritage Site
1205 9/2/436/0012 Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel, 231 Prince Alfred Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel 231 Prince Alfred Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2778 & 2779 Register
1206 9/2/436/0011 Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrate's Court and Old Police Quarters, 241 Church (Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrates Court and Old Police Quarters 241 Church (Bounds Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2424 & 2424 Historical and architectural- Built in the Late English Renaissance-Georgian Revival style Provincial Heritage Site
1207 9/2/436/0010 Old Government House, 1 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Government House 1 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2501 & 2502 Historical and architectural-Was the home of Lieutenant-Governor of Natal, Benjamin Pine. Provincial Heritage Site
1208 9/2/436/0051 Publicity House, 117 Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Street, Pietermaritzburg Publicity House Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 2526 Together with the City Hall and other historical buildings in the vicinity such as the Supreme Court, Publicity House forms an unique historical and architectural group. Provincial Heritage Site
1209 9/2/436/0008 The Property Shop, 120 Chapel (Cnr Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg The Property Shop 120 Chapel Stret Pietermaritzburg KZN 2415 The corner building is a Pietermaritzburg landmark. It is of considerable significance from an archi Pending (Register)
1210 9/2/436/0021 Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens, Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens Commercial Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 2569 Architectural and historical interest - Pietermaritzburg's former Supreme Court, an impressive faceb Provincial Heritage Site
1211 9/2/436/0007 Shuter House, 381 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Shuter House 381 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2538 This is one of the most important houses in the City from an architectural piont of view, a rare exa Provincial Heritage Site
1212 9/2/436/0006 Overpark, 122 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg Overpark 122 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 3014 Overpark House, with its beautiful cast-iron trimmings and cast-iron fireplaces, dates from 1884 and is an excellent example of a Victorian veranda house in the Natal style. Provincial Heritage Site
1213 9/2/436/0067 Voortrekker House Museum, 333 Boom (Cnr Claybourne) Street, Pietermaritzburg Voortrekker House Museum 333 Boom Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2133 Historical - was probably erected c1846 by the Voortrekker Petrus Gerhardus Pretorius. The building Provincial Heritage Site
1214 9/2/436/0066 Sans Souci, 65 Trelawney Road, Pietermaritzburg Sans Souci 65 Trelawney Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1772 Architectural- This Victorian Manor-House, as well as its beautiful landscaped garden, reflects the Provincial Heritage Site
1215 9/2/436/0065 Russell High School, 127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street, Pietermaritzburg Russell High School 127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2213 & 2214 In 1941 this school, which was founded in 1879, was renamed the Russell High School, in honour of Robert Russell, Superintendent of Education from 1878 to 1903. This late-nineteenth-century building complex forms a unique historical and architectural grou Provincial Heritage Site
1216 9/2/436/0005-126 431 Prince Alfred Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 431 Prince Alfred Street 431 Prince Alfred Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2798 This house is of architectural importance and forms part of a grouping of architectural merit. It is Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1217 9/2/436/0009 Old Supreme Court, College Road, Pietermaritzburg Old Supreme court College Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 80 The history of the Old Supreme Court is inextricably linked to the legal system at it applied to Bla Provincial Heritage Site
1218 9/2/436/0031 Old Longmarket Street Girls School, 351 Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Longmarket Street Girls School Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 35 The Longmarket Street Girls' School building was erected between 1903 and 1911. The building shows a plurality or architectural styles and is a fine and rare example of a Victorian school building. Provincial Heritage Site
1219 9/2/436/0075 One O'Clock Gun, 12Pr ML Naval Cannon, Pietermaritzburg One O'Clock Gun Commercial (Cnr Church) Road Pietermaritzburg KZN This gun is a well known city landmark, with a significant, but little known history. Its declarati Heritage Object
1220 9/2/436/0042 Old Natal Houses of Parliament, 245 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Natal Houses of Parliament Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2525 The Old Legislative Assembly building was erected to house the Legislative Assembly when Natal was granted representative government. The foundation stone was laid on 21 June 1887, by the Governor, Sir A. E. Havelock, K.C.M.G. The Old Legislative Counci Provincial Heritage Site
1221 9/2/436/0034 Old Satya Vardhak Sabha Crematorium, Cremorne Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg Old Satya Vardhak Sabah Temple 1 Plane Tree Road Pietermaritzburg KZN This building is an important landmark on one of Pietermaritzburg's major arterial roads. It is of h Provincial Heritage Site
1222 9/2/436/0033 Old Presbyterian Church, 248 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg Old Presbyterian Church 248 Church Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2524 This church was erected between 1852 and 1854. The neo-Gothic tower dates from 1874, after which the church was enlarged in 1883. During the Zulu War in 1879 the church was converted into a fortified refuge. Provincial Heritage Site
1223 9/2/437/0012/002 Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: 1846 Church Bell Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church Clermont KZN Heritage Object
1224 9/2/437/0012/001 Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Cast-iron Commemorative Cross Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church Clermont KZN Heritage Object
1225 9/2/436/0018 Old Harward Boys School, Havelock Road, Pietermaritzburg Old Harward Boys' School Havelock Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1887 Of architectural and local historical interest - An important landmark in Pietermaritzurg, it is a t Provincial Heritage Site
1226 9/2/436/0032 Macrorie House, 11 Loop (Cnr Pine) Street, Pietermaritzburg Macrorie House Loop (Cnr Pine) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2601 Historical and Architectural Provincial Heritage Site
1227 9/2/436/0019 Loop Street Police Station, Loop (Cnr Murray) Street, Pietermaritzburg Loop Street Police Station Loop (Cnr Murray) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2623 Of architectural and local historical interest - a recognition of the architectural importance of a Provincial Heritage Site
1228 9/2/436/0027 Old YMCA Building, 195 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Old YMA Building 195 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2519 This double-storeyed building, with its wood and cast-iron decorated verandah, dates from the 1890s. The building forms an integral part of facade of Longmarket Street. Provincial Heritage Site
1229 9/2/436/0026 Conservatoire de Hammerstein, 141 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg Conservatoire de Hammerstein 141 Alexandra Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 904 The building is a landmark and focal point on one of Pietermaritzburg's major suburban thoroughfares Provincial Heritage Site
1230 9/2/436/0025 Town Hill Hospital, Town Bush Valley (Cnr Hyslop) Road, Pietermaritzburg: Old Victorian and Old North Park Buildings Town Hill Hospital Hyslop Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1860 Sensitively designed two core buildings of the old Town Hill Hospital complex, each an architectural Provincial Heritage Site
1231 9/2/436/0024 Christian Science Church, 204 Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street, Pietermaritzburg Christian Science Church Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2715 The church has architectural and historical merit, is a rare and outstanding example of its type, is Provincial Heritage Site
1232 9/2/436/0023 238 Boom Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 238 Boom Street 238 Boom Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2269 This house is of both national and local architectural and historical importance and is the only sur Provincial Heritage Site
1233 9/2/436/0022/001 Old State Veterinary Laboratory: Allerton Laboratories, 458 Town Bush Road, Pietermaritzburg Old State Veterinary Laboratory 458 Town Bush Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 13 Erected as a laboratory for State veterinary services, by Dr Herbert Watkins-Pitchford, who with Pro Provincial Heritage Site
1234 9/2/436/0050/001 Voortrekker Pulpit, Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg Voortrekker Pulpit Church Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2534 Heritage Object
1235 9/2/436/0050 Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg Church of the Covenant Church Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2534 & 2571 Built in 1840 to honour a vow that they would build a church 'in honour of God should He grant them Provincial Heritage Site
1236 9/2/446/0006-008 The House, 49 Arbuckle Street, Himeville The House 49 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 14 A fine, though much altered, example of its type Register
1237 9/2/436/0073-008 21 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg 21 Deanery Lane 21 Deanery Lane Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1238 9/2/448/0022 Police Station, Landdrost (Cnr Church) Street, Vryheid Police Station Landdrost Street, cnr Church Street Vryheid KZN 122 This sandstone building with its Victorian verandah dates from the end of the last century and forms Provincial Heritage Site
1239 9/2/448/0021 Area Between Old Raadsaal and Carnegie Library, Vryheid [now consolidated with the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort properties - file closed] Open land Vryheid Vryheid KZN 997 This vacant site, situated between the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Carnegie Library, Provincial Heritage Site
1240 9/2/448/0019 Old Bantu Administration Building, Landrost Street, Vryheid Old Bantu Administration Building Landdrost Street Vryheid KZN 122 & 124 This rectangular building dates from about 1930 and forms, especially from an architectural point of view, an integral part of the historic core of Vryheid. Provincial Heritage Site
1241 9/2/448/0018 Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Area between this site and Carnegie Library, Vryheid Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort Vryheid Vryheid KZN 997 Historical and architectural interest - The old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort are intimately associ Provincial Heritage Site
1242 9/2/448/0017 58 President Street, Vryheid 58 President Street 58 President Street Vryheid KZN 209 Historical and Architectural- This imposing dwelling-house that was erected in 1920 is an excellent Provincial Heritage Site
1243 9/2/446/0006-006 47 Arbuckle Street, Himeville, Underberg District 47 Arbuckle Street 47 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 15 Unusual stone house Register
1244 9/2/446/0006-007 The Rectory, 29 Arbuckle Street, Himeville The Rectory 29 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 24 A very good late example of a typical Natal verandah house. Register
1245 9/2/447/0001 Blood River Battlefield, Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District Blood River Battlefield Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District KZN 168 A portion of the well-known historical battlefield of Blood River where a group of Voortrekkers unde Provincial Heritage Site
1246 9/2/446/0006-009 Nelton, 53 Arbuckle Street, Himeville Nelton 53 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 12 A fine example of a house from the Union period Register
1247 9/2/446/0006-010 Church of Saint Michael and All Angels, 31 Arbuckle Street, Himeville Church of Saint Michael and All Angels 31 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 23 A landmark in the village, this building is an unusually late example of its style Register
1248 9/2/446/0001 Himeville Fort, Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville Himeville Fort Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 36 This building complex was erected as a refuge during the Siege of Ladysmith in 1899. The prison building with its loopholes is presumably the last of its kind built by the Natal Colonial Government. Provincial Heritage Site
1249 9/2/445/0006 Green Point Lighthouse, Farm Clansthal 1202, Umzinto District Green Point Lighthouse Farm Clansthal 1202 KZN 13848 This unusual cast-iron structure, erected in 1905, is the oldest lighthouse on the KZN coa Provincial Heritage Site
1250 9/2/444/0011 Ruins of Fort Ahrens, Farm Perseverence 1324, Hermannsburg Fort Ahrens Farm Perseverence KZN 1324 Was erected in the sixties or seventies of the 19th century as a refuge for the civilian population. Provincial Heritage Site
1251 9/2/444/0010 Hermannsburg Mission Houses, Hermannsburg School, Hermansburg Hermansburg Mission Houses , Hermannsburg Hermannsburg KZN 1324 The historic mission house at Hermannsburg was erected around 1862 in the GermanSaxon style, in orde Provincial Heritage Site
1252 9/2/448/0011 Kambula Battlefield, Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District Kambula Battlefield Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District KZN 381 During the Battle of Kambula a British force of approximately 2 000 men under the command of Colonel Evelyn Wood (later Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, V.C., C.B.) successfully defended themselves against a Zulu impi of 20 000 men under Mnyamana Buthelezi. Provincial Heritage Site
1253 9/2/447/0021 Old Residency, 60 Church (Cnr Van Rooyen) Street, Utrecht Old Residency 60 Church Street Utrecht KZN 186 Erf 186, together with the house thereon, forms an essential part of the historic complex of Utrecht Provincial Heritage Site
1254 9/2/449/0003 Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant, Retief Street, Weenen Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant Retief Street Weenen KZN 66 Historical and Architectural - These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentie Provincial Heritage Site
1255 9/2/449/0002 Coolamgause Building, Retief Street, Weenen Coolamgause Building Retief Street Weenen KZN 66 These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentieth century and from an impressive architectural entity. Provincial Heritage Site
1256 9/2/448/0010 Magistrate's Offices and Jail, Church Street, Vryheid Magistrates Office Church Street Vryheid KZN 997 The magistrate's offices building forms an important link in the architectural streetscape of Church Provincial Heritage Site
1257 9/2/448/0008 95 President Street, Vryheid, Vryheid District 95 President Street 95 President Street Vryheid KZN 158 Historical and Architectural interest - A pleasant early house dating from the time of the New Repub Provincial Heritage Site
1258 9/2/448/0006 Old Carnegie Library, Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street, Vryheid Carnegie Library Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street Vryheid KZN 124 This imposing Edwardian building was erected in 1908 with funds granted by the Carnegie Trust. The l Provincial Heritage Site
1259 9/2/448/0004 Vryheid High School Hall, Church Street, Vryheid Vryheid High School Hall Church Street Vryheid KZN 87 & 88 First school building erected by the Natal Government in the annexed territories; the beginning of f Provincial Heritage Site
1260 9/2/446/0006-004 Underberg District War Memorial, 36 Arbuckle Street, Himeville Underberg District War Memorial 36 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 37 An unusual shaped memorial to the war dead of the district, this structure is a landmark in the cent Register
1261 9/2/448/0002 Dutch Reformed Church, 131 High (Cnr President and Church) Street, Vryheid Dutch Reformed Church 82 Smal Street Vryheid KZN 672 This church was built at a cost of R26 000 and was consecrated on 12 October 1894. The building was Provincial Heritage Site
1262 9/2/444/0007 Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables, near Rietvlei, Umvoti District Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables near Rietvlei, Umvoti District KZN 13347 This farmhouse is typical of its period in Natal and possesses some outstanding features. Founder of Provincial Heritage Site
1263 9/2/447/0019 Rothman House, 65 Church (Cnr van Rooyen) Streeet, Utrecht Rothman House 65 Church Street Utrecht KZN 244 The building is regarded as one of the best examples of its type in Northern Natal; it played an imp Provincial Heritage Site
1264 9/2/447/0018 Town Hall, 55 Voor Street, Utrecht Utrecht Town Hall 55 Voor Street Utrecht KZN 188 The Utrecht Town Hall dates from 1913 and is a brown stone building of considerable character and forms an essential part of Utrecht. Provincial Heritage Site
1265 9/2/447/0017 Magistrate's Court, 57 Voor Street, Utrecht Utrecht Magistrate's Court 57 Voor Street Utrecht KZN 190 The magistrate's office building was erected between 1894 and 1899 by the government of the 'Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek". Provincial Heritage Site
1266 9/2/447/0016 Pieter Lafras Uys Monument and Grave, Church Street, Utrecht Pieter Lafras Uys Monument Church Street Utrecht KZN 190 Grave and monument to Pieter Lafras Uys, Voortrekker leader killed during the Anglo-Boer War, in the Provincial Heritage Site
1267 9/2/447/0005 Shawe House, 67 Church Street, Utrecht Shawe House 67 Church Street Utrecht KZN 245 Historical and architectural interest - The house is connected with a personality who played a leadi Provincial Heritage Site
1268 9/2/447/0003 Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Church (Cnr Loop) Street, Utrecht Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage Church (Cnr Loop) Street Utrecht KZN 193 Provincial Heritage Site
1269 9/2/448/0003 Boshof House, 219 East Street, Vryheid Boshof House 219 East Street Vryheid KZN 454 This elegant dwelling-house, based on the Edwardian style, was erected in 1905 and is situated on a Provincial Heritage Site
1270 9/2/437/0015 Old New Germany Lutheran Church, Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road, New Germany New Germany Lutheran Church Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road New Germany KZN 130 Historical and architectural interest - The German Lutheran Church at New Germany erected in 1862 an Provincial Heritage Site
1271 9/2/439/0015 Izotsha River Bridge, Port Shepstone District Izotsha River Bridge Port Shepstone District KZN Built in 1907 as part of the Alfred County Railway, the bridge was later converted for narrow-gauge. It is the last iron screww pile railway bridge in KZN. There are seven piers each with two 15" cast-iron screw piles, supporting eight 30 plat Register
1272 9/2/439/0012 Port Shepstone Lighthouse, Port Shepstone Port Shepstone Lighthouse southern bluff of mouth of Umzimkulu River Port Shepstone KZN 156 This unusual cast-iron structure, erected on its present site in 1906, is one of the two oldest funt Provincial Heritage Site
1273 9/2/439/0009 Kneisel's Castle, 24 Reynolds Street, Port Shepstone Kneisel's Castle 24 Reynolds Street Port Shepstone KZN 343 Kneisel’s Castle which can be regarded as a period piece, is one of the oldest residences in Port Shepstone. Provincial Heritage Site
1274 9/2/439/0008 Old Police Fort, Port Shepstone Old Police Fort , Port Shepstone District Port Shepstone KZN 170 Historical and architectural interest - unusual design with fortifications on flat-topped roofs of b Provincial Heritage Site
1275 9/2/439/0001 Paddock Station, Paddock, Port Shepstone District Paddock Station Paddock KZN 7998 Historical and architectural interest - This late Edwardian railway station with its wood and iron b Provincial Heritage Site
1276 9/2/448/0001 North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield, Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District KZN The two fortresses referred to here are in a very good condition and form part of a panoramic attrac Provincial Heritage Site
1277 9/2/444/0009 Hermannsburg Lutheran Church, Hermannsburg Hermanns Lutheran Church , Hermannsburg Hermannsburg KZN 1324 This church is closely associated with the history and founding of the Hermannsburg Mission Society Provincial Heritage Site
1278 9/2/440/0007 Carnarvon Masonic Lodge, 57 Russel Street, Richmond Carnarvon Masonic Lodge 57 Russel Street Richmond KZN 272 Oldest county lodge in Natal (Coulson, C. Beaulieu-on-Illovo Richmond Natal. Its people and history Provincial Heritage Site
1279 9/2/446/0002 Old Residency, Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street, Himeville Old Residency Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street Himeville KZN 49 & 50 (39) The building complements the Himevilie Fort in function, style and detail. It has been in constant use as the Magistrate’s Residence and as such has played a leading role in the social ilife of the district. An outstanding example of a residence of a prom Provincial Heritage Site
1280 9/2/437/0012 Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Historic Bell Tower, ChristianenburgBerlin Mission Station, Clermont, Pinetowm District Christianenburg Berlin Mission Church Krause Street Clermont KZN 214 The historic bell tower, church bell and cross are intimately connected with the history of the Berlin Mission in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1281 9/2/437/0011 Indigo Vats, Paradise Valley, Pinetown Indigo Vats Entabeni Road Pinetown KZN 3079 These vats were constructed by two Dutch immigrants, Colenbrander and Van Prehn, and were used between 1854 and 1856 for the manufacture of indigo dye. Provincial Heritage Site
1282 9/2/437/0005 Umbilo Waterworks, Paradise Valley Nature Reserve, Pinetown Umbilo Waterworks Oxford Road Pinetown KZN 3064 & 3065 This site is one of the earliest large scale gravity fed water supply schemes in South AFrica. Provincial Heritage Site
1283 9/2/436/0094 The Grove, 29 Riverton Road, Pietermaritzburg The Grove 29 Riverton Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 298 Among the few original surviving homesteads in the Scottsville area, an example of a suburban single storey residential house in colonial verandah style. The original symmetry of the house has been compomised by alteration but enough of the house survive Register
1284 9/2/436/0087 131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central 131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2313 This building was listed in terms of Clause 27 bis of the Draft Town Planning Scheme on 14 February Provincial Heritage Site
1285 9/2/436/0083 Norfolk Villa, 196 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg Norfolk Villa 196 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2719 This prominent building at various times the home of two prominet and high ranking, Imperial militar Provincial Heritage Site
1286 9/2/440/0010 Richmond and Byrne District Museum, 46 Victoria (Cnr Chiley) Street, Richmond Richmond & Byrne District Museum 46 Victoria (Cnr Chilley) Street Richmond KZN 219 This building is the best preserved and most impressive surviving example of a vernacular form of ar Provincial Heritage Site
1287 9/2/446/0001/001 Himeville Fort, 34 Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville: Undeclared section Himeville Fort 34 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 36 Register
1288 9/2/436/0005-164 46 Braid Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 46 Braid Street 46 Braid Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 1966 The house has architectural merit and is part of an architectural grouping, over eighty years old, a Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1289 9/2/444/0006 General Louis Botha's Birthplace, Greytown, Umvoti District General Louis Botha's Birthplace , Umvoti District Greytown KZN 1355 Birthplace of General Louis Botha, an historically important South African leader and politician. Provincial Heritage Site
1290 9/2/444/0003 Town Hall, 37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street, Greytown Greytown Town Hall 37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street Greytown KZN 1196 (407?) architecture design of quality Provincial Heritage Site
1291 9/2/447/0015 Old Powder Magazine, President Street, Utrecht Republican Powder Magazine President Street Utrecht KZN 739 One of three similar structures erected by the ZAR in 1893. Provincial Heritage Site
1292 9/2/447/0013 Dutch Reformed Church, 50 Church (Bloem) Street, Utrecht Dutch Reformed Church 50 Church (Cnr Bloem) Utrecht KZN 236 & 237 & 238 The foundation stone of this church was laid by the commandant General of the Transvaal, Gen. P.J. J Provincial Heritage Site
1293 9/2/447/0009 Dirk Uys House, 61 Church Street, Utrecht Dirk Uys House 61 Church Street Utrecht KZN 242 Historical and architectural interest - the original portion of this house is one of the earliest bu Provincial Heritage Site
1294 9/2/439/0016 Royston Hall, 10 Royston Lane, Umtentweni Royston Hall Umtentweni Umtentweni KZN 949 This local landmark is the oldest residence in the area. It was occupied from 1906 to 1942 by "Galloping Jack" Brigadier-General John Robinson Royston, CMG,DSO a prominent figure in his time. Register
1296 9/2/440/0001 Blarney, Farm Dunbar Estate 1478, Richmond District Blarney Farm Dunbar Estate 1478 Richmond KZN 1478 One of the earliest British settler homes in Byrne, Natal, built by Fred McLeod. Provincial Heritage Site
1297 9/2/441/0002 Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest, Farm Kleinspan 14182, Ubombo District Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest Banks of Mkuzi River, Farm Kleinspan KZN 14182 Heritage Area
1298 9/2/440/0015 Lynmouth Glacial Pavement, Farm Hopewell 881, Richmond District Lynmouth Glacial Pavement KZN 881 This unspoiled site is one of geological significance, exhibiting fine evidence of the glacial activ Provincial Heritage Site
1299 9/2/440/0014 Joseph Baynes Mausoleum, Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District Joseph Baynes Mausoleum Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District KZN 849 This aesthetically significant site is the burial place of Joseph Baynes, a turn of the century phil Provincial Heritage Site
1300 9/2/440/0013 Old Nel's Rust Dairy, Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District Old Nel's Rust Dairy Farm Nel's Rust 849 KZN 849 The Old Nel's Rust Dairy is one of the best designed and hence most architecturally significant agri Provincial Heritage Site
1301 9/2/440/0012 First Cattle Dip, Farm Meyershoek 847, Richmond District First Cattle Dip Farm Meyershoek 847 KZN 847 This site is one of great significance in the development of stock farming in Southern Africa, being Provincial Heritage Site
1302 9/2/440/0011 Baynes House, Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District Baynes House Farm Nel's Rust 849 Richmond KZN 849 Architectural and Historical interest - This house is one of the great rural manor houses of Natal. Provincial Heritage Site
1303 9/2/444/0008 Greytown Museum, 68 Scott (Cnr Durban) Street, Greytown Greytown Museum 68 Scott (Cnr Durban) Street Greytown KZN 1145 (138 & 139) Historical and architectural interest - The historic building of the Greytown Museum was used as a d Provincial Heritage Site
1304 9/2/446/0006-011 11 Arbuckle Street, Himeville, Underberg District 11 Arbuckle Street 11 Arbuckle Street Himeville KZN 33 One of only two surviving Natal verandah houses in the village. It is the older of the two. Register
1305 9/2/415/0002 Keer Weder, 25 Keate Street, Ladysmith Keer Weder 25 Keate Street Ladysmith KZN 769 One of the finest Victorian houses in Ladysmith (in urgent need of repair) Provincial Heritage Site
1306 9/2/418/0001 Old Fort Police Station, Rood Street, Stanger Police Station Rood Stret Stanger KZN 90 Register
1307 9/2/415/0022 Soofie Mosque and Maddressa, 41 Mosque (Soofie) Road, Ladysmith Soofie Mosque 41 Mosque Road Ladysmith KZN 1006 A landmark of delight Provincial Heritage Site
1308 9/2/415/0019 Railway Institute, 316 Murchison (Cnr Albert) Street, Ladysmith Railway Institute Murchison (Cnr Albert) Street Ladysmith KZN 730 Declared a National Monument 24 June 1983 Provincial Heritage Site
1309 9/2/417/0008 Tweedie Hall, Farm Tweedie Hall 11880, Lions River District Tweedie Hall Farm Tweedie Hall 11880 Tweedie KZN 11880 Historical and architectural interest - designed by Street-Wilson and built by a Mr James, for James Provincial Heritage Site
1310 9/2/415/0018 Llandaff Oratory, Van Reenen, Klip River District Llandaff Oratory ,Van Reenen Van Reenen KZN 115 This red brick chapel was erected in 1925 by Joseph Maynard Mathew, at the time landrost in Natal, t Provincial Heritage Site
1311 9/2/415/0008 Platrand Battlefield, Farm Fourie's Kraal 1183 (Riet Kuil 1067), Klip River District Platrand Battlefield , Klip River District KZN 1183 & 1067 Historical interest - the crown of this hill was a British defensive site during the Anglo-Boer War, Provincial Heritage Site
1312 9/2/415/0026 Elandslaagte Battlefield, Farm Brakfontein 1046, Klip River District Elandslaagte Battlefield Farm Brakfontein 1046, Klip River District KZN 1046 The battle at Elandslaagte on 21 October 1899 was the second action of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902 Provincial Heritage Site
1313 9/2/415/0028 Castor and Pollux, 6,3 in. RML Howitzer, Ladysmith Castor and Pollux Ladysmith KZN These two guns are well known amongst historians and others interested in the history of the Anglo-B Heritage Object
1314 9/2/415/0027 Town Hall, Murchison (Cnr Queen) Street, Ladysmith Town Hall 151 Murchison Street Ladysmith KZN 0001 The clocktower and the adjacent rooms were declared National Monuments on10.8.79 Provincial Heritage Site
1315 9/2/412/0014 Ottawa Estate Shree Emperumal Temple, Ottawa, Inanda District Ottawa Estate Shree Emperumal Temple opposite polo grounds, Ottawa Ottawa KZN 1157 Erected in 1892, this temple is a typical small cane workers temple in the South Indian, Dravidian style. Erected by indentured labourers it serves an important religious and social function in Ottawa. Typical of small Dravidian temples, the structure h Register
1316 9/2/412/0012/001 John Dube House, Ohlange Institution, Inanda District John Dube House Ohlange Institution KZN 253 The home of John Dube, first president of the ANC, a pioneer educationist, black editor and politica Provincial Heritage Site
1317 9/2/412/0009 Narainsamy Temple, Inanda Road, Newlands Nariansamy Temple Inanda Road Newlands KZN 165 Founded by one Narainsamy in 1896 and designed and built by Kristappa Reddy, this temple has a finel Provincial Heritage Site
1318 9/2/412/0007 Shri Jagannath Puri Temple, Belvedere Road, Tongaat Jagannath Puri Temple Belvedere Road Tongaat KZN 79 This richly ornamented temple was constructed by Pandit Shiskishan Maharaj, a Hindu priest who immigrated to South Africa in 1895. The temple, surrounded by a moat, was dedicated to the war like god Jagannathi. Provincial Heritage Site
1319 9/2/412/0006-012 Ganesha Temple, North Coast Road, Mount Edgecombe Ganesha Temple 127-135 Marshall Drive, Mount Edgecombe Mount Edgecombe KZN 22 This Hindu temple is the first building by the well-known architect and builder, Kristappa Reddy. Th Provincial Heritage Site
1320 9/2/412/0004 Ottawa House, Farm Lot 20 1529, Inanda District Ottawa House Farm Lot 20 1529 KZN 1529 Ottawa House is a well known and prominent mansion associated with the growth of the sugar industry Provincial Heritage Site
1321 9/2/415/0004 Hime Bridge, Farm Platberg 1241, Klip River District Hime Bridge KZN 1045 This bridge is the best preserved and least threatened of the bridges which formed the first major roadworks linking Natal with the Transvaal. Register
1322 9/2/417/0013 St John's Gowrie Presbyterian Church, Nottingham Road, Lions River District St John's Presbyterian Church , Nottingham Road Nottingham Road KZN 1930 Provincial Heritage Site
1323 9/2/436/0005-289 11 Burger (Cnr Pine) Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 11 Burger (Cnr Pine) Street 11 Burger (cnr Pine Street South) Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 0003; 2701 The house has architecrual merit in that it is a good example of the Pmb red brick verancular, is ov Pending (Register)
1324 9/2/417/0009 Howick Clinic, 24 Morling Street, Howick Howick Clinic 24 Morling Street Howick KZN 7 Built during the late 19th century, this is one of the oldest buildings in the Natal Colonial style Provincial Heritage Site
1325 9/2/417/0007 Howick Waterfall, Falls View Drive, Howick Howick Falls , Howick Howick KZN 95 metres high and situated close to the village of Howick, established at the old travellers' river Provincial Heritage Site
1326 9/2/418/0003 Stanger South School, Balcomb (Cnr Albert Luthuli) Street, Stanger Stanger South School Balcomb (Cnr Albert Luthuli) Street Stanger KZN 249-258 Historical - two rooms of a private house were opened as Stanger's first European school 5 August 18 Provincial Heritage Site
1327 9/2/422/0006/002 Weston Agricultural College, Farm Weston Training School 13981, Mooi River District: Old Commanding Officer's Quarters Weston Agricultural College Farm Weston Training School 13981, Mooi River District KZN 13981 (One of) These two wood-and-iron houses, which were erected in 1900, are relics of the British Milit Provincial Heritage Site
1328 9/2/422/0006/001 Weston Agricultural College, Farm Weston Training School 13981, Mooi River District: Old Medical Officers and Nurses Residences Weston Agricultural College Farm Weston Training School 13981, Mooi River District KZN 13981 (One of) These two wood-and-iron houses, which were erected in 1900, are relics of the British Milit Provincial Heritage Site
1329 9/2/415/0025 Dutch Corps Monument, Elandslaagte Battlefield, Farm Brakfontein 1046, Kilp River District Dutch Corps Monument, Elandslaagte Battlefield Farm Brakfontein , Klip River District KZN 1046 This memorial, which was designed by G. Moerdyk of Pretoria, was built by the firm Barker and Nel of Volksrust and was erected by the citizens of The Netherlands in memory of members of the Dutch Corps who died during the battle at Elandslaagte on 21 Octo Provincial Heritage Site
1330 9/2/422/0001 Helen Bridge, Weston, Mooi River District Helen Bridge , Mooi River District Mooi River KZN Helen Bridge The first bridge built north of Pietermaritzburg, situated at the old Voortrekker and pioneer crossi Provincial Heritage Site
1332 9/2/417/0005 Owthorne House, Farm Bosch Hoek 973, Lions River District Owthorne House Farm Bosch Hoek 973, Lions River District The Dargle KZN 973 Historical and architectural interest - the farmhouse was built by Wiliam Charles Shaw, one of an im Provincial Heritage Site
1333 9/2/417/0003-001 Fairfell Farmstead, Shafton Road, Howick Fairfell Farmstead Shafton Road Howick KZN 755 A fine example of rural architecture of Natal, with wrap-around verandahs. Importance is enhanced du Provincial Heritage Site
1334 9/2/417/0002 Tweedie Research Station, Farm Riversdale 950, Lions River District Tweedie Research Station Farm Riversdale 950, Lions River District KZN 950 The farmstead has been owned by various well-known Natal figures over the years and is a good exampl Provincial Heritage Site
1335 9/2/417/0001/001 Cedara College, Lions River District: Old Hostel Building Cedara College: Original Main Building , Lions River District KZN 952 This building housed the first Natal Govt Agricultural College and Experimental Station and served a Provincial Heritage Site
1336 9/2/415/0033 The Residency, 11-13 Wright Road, Ladysmith The Residency 11-13 Wright Road Ladysmith KZN 505 As the most prominent prototype of a vernacular housing style which was designed to suit climatic co Provincial Heritage Site
1337 9/2/415/0030 Dutch Reformed Church, 103 Murchison Street, Ladysmith Dutch Reformed Church 103 Murchison Street Ladysmith KZN 845 The architect, Moerdijk, promoted Afrikaans culture and specialised in Dutch Reformed Church buildin Provincial Heritage Site
1338 9/2/422/0003 St Theresa's Roman Catholic Church, Westacre Road, Mooi River St Theresa Roman Catholic Church Mooi River KZN 2 Register
1339 9/2/407/0068 Little Chelsea, 18 Windermere Road, Durban Little Chelsea 18 Windermere Road Durban KZN 1737 It is one of the last remaining double storey cast-iron verandah buildings in Durban and the quality Provincial Heritage Site
1340 9/2/407/0085 Passive Resistance Site, Umbilo (Cnr Gale) Road, Durban Passive Resistance Site Umbilo (Cnr Gale) Road Durban KZN 8264 This site symbolises for the Indian community in KZN the start of the Passive Resistance C Provincial Heritage Site
1341 9/2/407/0083 Hollis House, 178 Florida Road, Durban Hollis House Florida Road Durban KZN 1737 One of the great homes of Durban this building is renowned for the quality of its design, finishes a Provincial Heritage Site
1342 9/2/407/0079 271 Cowey Road, Essenwood, Durban 271 Cowey Road 271 Cowey Road Durban KZN 1201 This unusual find is one of the few intact examples of the life-style and tastes of occupants of Dur Provisional Protection
1343 9/2/407/0077 Dutch Reformed Church, 151 Smith Street, Durban Dutch Reformed Church 151 Smith Street Durban KZN 10605 This prominent structure is designed by an important architect and fulfilled a crucial historical ro Provincial Heritage Site
1344 9/2/407/0076 Phoenix Settlement, Phoenix, Durban Phoenix Settlement Durban KZN A Provisional Protection
1345 9/2/407/0074 First Outspan Wild Fig Tree, Westville First Outspan Wild Fig Tree Westville Westville KZN 1590 The tree stood at the first outspan post on the old road between Pietermaritzburg and Durban. Provisional Protection
1346 9/2/410/0002 Karel Landman House, Farm Uithoek 1335, Glencoe District Karel Landman House Farm Uithoek, Dundee District KZN 1335 The home of Karel Pieter Landman 1795-1875, Voortrekker leader from Cape Colony via Trans-Oranje to Provincial Heritage Site
1347 9/2/407/0070 Memorial Tower Building, King George V Avenue, Durban Memorial Tower Building King George V Avenue Durban KZN 5702 & 487 & 490 The Memorial Tower was built c1947-50, funds being raised from various sources. Together with the Ho Provincial Heritage Site
1348 9/2/408/0006 Old Residency, Eshowe Old Eshowe Residency Eshowe Eshowe KZN 439 The Residency in Eshowe was built in 1894 and first occupied by Resident Commissioner, Sir Charles S Provincial Heritage Site
1349 9/2/407/0067 Durban Indian Girls Secondary School, 88 Carlisle (Cnr Dartnell) Road, Durban Durban Indian Girls Secondary School 88 Carlisle Road Durban KZN 3331 An important building in architectural, cultural and historical terms. Provincial Heritage Site
1350 9/2/407/0066 Howard Memorial College, King George V Aveneue, Durban Howard College King George V Avenue Durban KZN 5702 & 487 & 490 It forms an integral part of the history of the University of Natal, creates a focal point and thus Provincial Heritage Site
1351 9/2/407/0065 Elephant House, 745 Ridge Road, Durban Elephant House Ridge Road Durban KZN 246 Elephant House dates from about 1849 and is the most historic of the remaining colonial period houses in Durban. It contributes greatly to the historic Ridge Road environment, one of Durban's most important environments. Provincial Heritage Site
1352 9/2/407/0064 Cottam Grove Hotel, 303-309 Florida (Cnr Cottam) Road, Durban Cottam Grove Hotel 303-309 Florida Road Durban KZN 784 Provincial Heritage Site
1353 9/2/407/0060 Beachwood Mangroves, Broadway, Durban Beachwood Mangroves Farm Graham 12774 (area as specified in Govt Notice 1461 of 18 July 1980) Durban KZN 12774 (for delienation see copy of Gazette Notice on file) The Beachwood Mangroves are of significant botanical, educational and historical value because they Provincial Heritage Site
1354 9/2/407/0046 King's House, Eastbourne Road, Durban King's House Eastborne Road Durban KZN 625 This building has been intimately connected with the constitutional development of Natal and South A Provincial Heritage Site
1355 9/2/407/0073 War Department Lords' Ground Boundary Marker No 2, Old Fort Road, Durban War Department Lords' Ground Boundary Marker No.2 Old Fort Road Durban KZN Unknown This unusual marker is significant in that it is the only remaining one of many which were once used to demarcate property boundaries in the City of Durban. As such it is also a notable physical manifestation of the history of survey techniques and estab Provincial Heritage Site
1356 9/2/409/0013 Ambleside Military Cemetery, Farm Bridle Drift, Estcourt District Ambleside Military Cemetery Farm Bridle Drift, Estcourt District KZN 1138 Provincial Heritage Site
1357 9/2/418/0002 Shaka Memorial, King Shaka Street, Stanger Shaka Memorial King Shaka Street Stanger KZN 169 & 170 Monument, made in Newcastle, erected in 1932 on the alleged site of King Shaka's grave; not official Provincial Heritage Site
1360 9/2/409/0022 Settler Cottage, 87 Lorne Street, Estcourt Settler Cottage 87 Lorne Street Estcourt KZN 126 A very rare early settler cottage under thatch, reputed to be the oldest house in Estcourt, this lit Provincial Heritage Site
1361 9/2/409/0021 Old Agricultural Hall, Harding Street, Estcourt Old Agricultural Hall Harding Street Estcourt KZN 149 An impressive sandstone building designed by Kent and Price and officially opened in December 1901; designed in the neo-Classical style the Agricultural Hall forms a unique civic complex together with the adjacent City Hall. Provincial Heritage Site
1362 9/2/409/0020 Marianne Church Ruins, Farm Doveton, Estcourt District Marianne Church Ruins Farm Doveton, Estcourt District KZN These ruins are the remains of the second Dutch Reformed Church erected in Natal and which was in us Provincial Heritage Site
1363 9/2/407/0087 Kingsleigh Lodge, 241 McDonald Road, Durban Kingsleigh Lodge Cnr Manning Road, Glenwood Durban KZN 5211 & 5212 This prominent building, at various times a police station, nursing home and private hotel, is a noted landmark in its area, and is an excellent example of it building type. Register
1364 9/2/409/0018 Bloukrans Battlefield, Farm Rama 929, Estcourt District: Bloukrans Memorial Bloukrans Memorial Farm Rama 929 KZN 929 Scene of the 'Groot Moord' February 1838, of some 480 Voortrekkers and their servants by Zulu impi; Provincial Heritage Site
1365 9/2/408/0001 Fort Nongquai, Eshowe: Zululand Museum Fort Nonquai , Eshowe Eshowe KZN 415 Provincial Heritage Site
1366 9/2/409/0010 Saailaer, Farm Zaay Lager 1199, Estcourt District Saailaer Farm Zaay Lager 1199, Estcourt District Estcourt KZN 4564 Provincial Heritage Site
1367 9/2/409/0009 Bartle House, St Gregory College, Estcourt District Bartle House, St Gregory College , Estcourt District Frere KZN 139 Bartle House is a well designed and restored building prominently situated in a location where a bui Provincial Heritage Site
1368 9/2/409/0004 Fort Durnford, Kemps Road, Estcourt Fort Durnford Kemps Road Estcourt KZN 1081 This extensive fortification was designed by Colonel A.W.Durnford and erected in 1874. Provincial Heritage Site
1369 9/2/409/0003 Bulwer Bridge and Old Toll House, Colenso, Estcourt District Bulwer Bridge and Tollhouse , Colenso Colenso KZN 116 The Bulwer Bridge is the oldest stone and steel structure in the Republic, while the Toll House is t Provincial Heritage Site
1370 9/2/409/0002 Greystone, Farm Vegt Lager 801, Estcourt District Greystone Farm Vegt Lager 801 KZN 801 This impressive Victorian farmhouse, with its ornamental wood-decorated verandah, was built in 1873 Provincial Heritage Site
1371 9/2/408/0010 Eshowe Junior School, 57 Main Street, Eshowe Eshowe Junior School 57 Main Street Eshowe KZN 1139 Built c1900 this fine Victorian redbrick school building with its large gable and ornamented wooden verandah is an excellent example of its type and period. As an intitution the school itself, having been established by the Government of the Colony of Zu Register
1373 9/2/409/0019 Brynbella Battlefield Stone Wall, Farm Tamboekieskraal 1927 (Farm Zuur Hoek 1928), Estcourt District Brynbella Battlefield Stone Wall Farm Tamboekieskraal 1927 (Zuur Hoek 1928), Estcourt District KZN This dolorite wall was presumably erected during the period 1870-1880 as boundard between the farms Provincial Heritage Site
1374 9/2/429/0019 Fort Amiel, Fort Street, Newcastle Fort Amiel Fort Street Newcastle KZN 4589 This structure was named after Major Ameil and was erected in about 1878. It was used by British sol Provincial Heritage Site
1375 9/2/417/0017 Aird Farmhouse, Farm Petrusstroom No.954, Lions River District Aird Farmhouse Farm Petrusstroom No.954 KZN 954 Built c1882 by the transport rider James Clark this originally L-shaped, stone farmstead with hipped corrugated roof and characterictic cast-iron front verandah is recognised as one of the important homes of the Natal Midlands. Though altered and painted Register
1376 9/2/436/0001/001 Fort Napier, Devonshire Road, Pietermaritzburg: Officers' Mess Old Officers Mess, Fort Napier Fort Napier, Devonshire Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 3127 Part of military headquarters for Imperial troops in Natal 1843-1914. This building is probably one Provincial Heritage Site
1377 9/2/435/0003 Old Residency, Paulpietersburg Old Residency , Paulpietersburg Paulpietersburg KZN 532 This Drostdy, erected in 1906, was the first British public building to be built in the vicinity. It Provincial Heritage Site
1378 9/2/435/0002 Library, 27 Smit Street, Paulpietersburg Library 27 Smit Street Paulpietersburg KZN 366 This impressive building was first used as a storehouse by British soldiers during the Anglo-Boer Wa Provincial Heritage Site
1379 9/2/435/0001 Kruger Bridge, Farms Uitval 195 and Eersteling 690, Paulpietersburg District Kruger Bridge Farms Uitval 195 & Eersteling 690 KZN 195 & 690 This fine stone bridge was completed in 1898 on the instructions of the Government of the South African Republic. Provincial Heritage Site
1380 9/2/434/0005 Prince Imperial Memorial, Reserve No.18 7638, Nqutu District Prince Imperial Memorial Farm No.18 7638 KZN 15840 Prince Imperial, son of Napoleon III of France joined the British forces in Zululand during the Zulu Provincial Heritage Site
1381 9/2/436/0001/004 Fort Napier, Devonshire Road, Pietermaritzburg: Historic Core Historic Core Fort Napier, Devonshire Road Pietermaritzburg KZN The various buildings of Fort Napier, including one of the original bastions of the the old fort and Provincial Heritage Site
1382 9/2/429/0027 Old Court House, Holland Street, Charlestown Old Court House Holland Street Charlestown KZN 312 Built as a court house in 1906 for the Colonial Public Works Department (1889 date on building inaccurate), plans for this small wood and iron building were drawn up by the Public Works Branch, Natal Colony. The building neatly indicates the size of th Register
1383 9/2/436/0002 City Hall, 260 Commercial (Cnr Church) Road, Pietermaritzburg Pietermaritzburg City Hall Commercial (Cnr Church) Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 2526 The City Hall has great historical and architectural importance, is a work of a recognised master an Provincial Heritage Site
1384 9/2/429/0018 Buffalo River Bridge, Farms Milton 1007 and Kromellenboog 170, Newcastle District Buffalo River Bridge Farms Milton 1007 & Kromellenboog 170 KZN 15007 & 8692 This bridge was erected jointly by the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek and the Colony of Natal and was o Provincial Heritage Site
1385 9/2/429/0017 Old Magazine, Scott Street, Newcastle Old Magazine Scott Street Newcastle KZN 13051 The old Armoury was presumably built in 1860 by military volunteers as an arsenal for the defence of the area around Newcastle. It was used as a mobilisation post during 1914-1918 and again in 1939 and is therefore closely associated with the history of Provincial Heritage Site
1386 9/2/429/0016 Hilldrop House (Rider Haggard House), Hilldrop Road, Newcastle Hilldrop House Hilldrop Road Newcastle KZN 3345 This imposing building was erected by Sir Melmoth Osborne, resident magistrate of Newcastle from 1868 to 1875. Sir Rider Haggard took occupation in January 1881 and during his sojourn the Royal Commission which drew up the terms of the Pretoria Convention Provincial Heritage Site
1387 9/2/429/0013 Old Residency, 96 Allen Street, Newcastle Old Residency 96 Allen Street Newcastle KZN 11902 Register
1388 9/2/429/0010/002 Majuba Battlefield, Farm Majuba North 11267, Newcastle District: Conservation Area Majuba Battlefield: Conservation Area , Newcastle District KZN 11267 Heritage Area
1389 9/2/429/0010 Majuba Battlefield, Farm Majuba North 11267, Newcastle District Majuba Battlefield Newcastle District KZN 11267 & 10614 & 8441 Battlesite of significant victory for the Boers against British forces led by Sir George Pomeroy Provincial Heritage Site
1390 9/2/430/0001 Lutheran Church, New Hanover Lutheran Church , New Hanover New Hanover KZN 1315 (Cons Sub 35?) Historical and architectural interest - This cruciform church was erected in 1867 by German settlers Provincial Heritage Site
1391 9/2/436/0005-111 39-39A Henrietta Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 39-39A Henrietta Street 39-39A Henrietta Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2729 ; 2730 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1392 9/2/436/0005-246 412 Longmarket St, Central, Pietermaritzburg 412 Longmarket St 412 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2641 The house is of considerable historical and architectural importance and is a rare example of its ty Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1393 9/2/436/0005-200 Ketelfontein, 231 Old Howick Road, Pietermaritzburg Ketelfontein 231 old Howick Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1622 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1394 9/2/436/0005-198 House Ripkin, 428 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg House Ripkin 428 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2642 This house is of considerable historical and architectural merit, and a rare and outstanding example Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1395 9/2/436/0071 Dudgeon House, 385 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg Dudgeon House 385 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2538 The house is of national historical and architectural importance. It is an outstanding example of it Provincial Heritage Site
1396 9/2/436/0005-130 5 Hillside Road, Prestbury, Pietermaritzburg 5 Hillside Road 5 Hillside Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 348 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1397 9/2/436/0005-123 420 Loop Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 420 Loop Street 420 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2742 Dwelling of architectural importance, outstanding example of its type; over eighty years old and con Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1398 9/2/436/0001/002 St George's Garrison Anglican Church, Fort Napier, Devonshire Road, Pietermaritzburg St George's Garrison Church Fort Napier, Devonshire Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 3104 Historical and architectural- This building is of significance in terms of its architecture, environ Provincial Heritage Site
1399 9/2/436/0005-115 4 McCullum Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 4 McCullum Street 4 McCullum Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2402 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1400 9/2/436/0005-036 Kensington, 359 Bulwer Street (cnr Boshoff Street), Pietermaritzburg Kensington 359 Bulwer Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2935 This prominent house is a landmark in Pmb, commanding as it does the Boshoff Street entrance to the Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1401 9/2/436/0005-073 202 Chapel Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 202 Chapel Street Chapel Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2615 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1402 9/2/436/0005-068 180 Loop Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 180 Loop Street 180 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2718 This is a distinctive house of architectural importance and a rare and outstanding example of its ty Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1403 9/2/436/0005-058 11 Carlyle (Cnr Chancery) Arcade, Central, Pietermaritzburg 11 Carlyle (Cnr Chancery) Arcade 11 Carlyle Arcade Pietermaritzburg KZN 2522 The building has architectural merit and is part of an architectural grouping, making a significant Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1404 9/2/436/0005-091 278 Prince Alfred Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 278 Prince Alfred Street 278 Prince Alfred Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2928 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1405 9/2/436/0005-089 270 Longmarket Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 270 Longmarket Street 270 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2627 This building is of historical and architectural importance, as well as being over eighty years old Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1406 9/2/436/0005-087 25 Loop Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 25 Loop Street 25 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2668 The house is of architectural importance and part of a grouping of architectural merit. It is more t Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1407 9/2/436/0005-116 4 Stranack Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 4 Stranack Street 4 Stranck Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2221 The cottage has architectural merit and is part of a grouping, over eighty years old, and makes a si Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1408 9/2/436/0005-015 Lister House, 36 Buckingham Avenue, Pietermaritzburg Lister House 36 Buckingham Avenue Pietermaritzburg KZN 461 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1409 9/2/419/0004 St Lucia Lighthouse, Farm State Land 7638, Lower Umfolozi District St Lucia Lighthouse (Farm Stateland 7638?) Cape St Lucia KZN 15823 Supplied by Chance Brothers of Smethwick, England in 1892, this cast-iron structure originally stood at Mahlongwa Head, but was moved to St Lucia in 1906 after a new system was devised for marking the Aliwal Shoal. It is the sister of the Port Shepstone Register
1410 9/2/418/0016 Bogmore, Farm Compensation 868, Lower Tugela District Bogmore Farm Compensation 868, Lower Tugela District KZN 868 Built between 1903 and 1905 by Horace Hulett, son of Sir Liege Hulett, founder of Hullett Sugar, this house was until recently owned by the Hulett Familly. It is now the property of a Mr Patrick Shorten, who runs it as 'Shortens Country House', an upmark Register
1411 9/2/418/0015 Morewood Sugar Mill Memorial Garden, Farm Compensation 868, Lower Tugela District Morewood Memorial Garden Farm Compensation 868, Lower Tugela District KZN 868 Morewood Memorial Garden is the site which commemorates the origins of South African sugar production in SA. Provincial Heritage Site
1412 9/2/418/0014 Isivundu House, Farm Isivundu 1954, Lower Tugela District Isivundu House Farm Isivundu, Lower Tugela District KZN 1954 Of historical and architectural interest - the mansion dates from c1900 and is one of the few remain Provincial Heritage Site
1413 9/2/418/0013 Convention Tree, Tugela Station, Lower Tugela District Convention Tree Tugela Station Tugela Station KZN Declared as a 'fine botanical specimen' after it was discovered that the tree had mistakenly been de Provisional Protection
1414 9/2/418/0011 Kearsney Methodist Chapel, Farm Kearsney 2201, Lower Tugela District Kearsney Methodist Chapel Farm Kearsney, Lower Tugela District Kearsney KZN 14629 Of historical and architectural interest - designed by Stott & Kirby to serve the growing community Provincial Heritage Site
1415 9/2/429/0009 Kliphuis Moedergemeente, 64 Voortrekker Street, Newcastle Kliphuis 64 Voortrekker Street Newcastle KZN 679 Built by a local builder, Magnus MacIntosh, for a Dr Ormond in 1903, during the 1920's this house se Register
1416 9/2/418/0009 Fort Pearson, Farm Williamsom 12871, Lower Tugela District Fort Pearson Harold Wilson Nature Reserve, Farm Williamson 12871 KZN 15437 Of historical significance being constructed by Col Charles Knight Pearson during the 1879 Anglo-Zul Provincial Heritage Site
1417 9/2/420/0003 Ulundi Battlefield, Mahlabatini District Ulundi Battlefield KZN Battlesite where Cetshwayo's warriors were defeated by the British on 04 July 1879. Provincial Heritage Site
1418 9/2/436/0005-013 Comrades House, 18 Connaught Road, Scottsville, Pietermaritzburg Comrades House 18 Connaught Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 1943 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1419 9/2/436/0005-012 148 Loop Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 148 Loop Street 148 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 3017 The house is of historical and architectural importance. It is over eighty years old, forms part of Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1420 9/2/436/0005-006 123 Loop Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 123 Loop Street 123 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2612 This house is considered to be of significant historical and architectural merit and is a particular Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1421 9/2/436/0005-005 121 Loop (Cnr Temple) Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 121 Loop (Cnr Temple) Street 121 Loop Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2612 The house both historical and architectural merit, it is a rare and outstanding example of its archi Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1422 9/2/436/0005-002 12 Oxford Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 12 Oxford Street 12 Oxford Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2164 The building has architectural merit and is part of a grouping of architectural merit, over eighty y Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1423 9/2/434/0001 Isandlwana Battlefield, Reserve 18 15840, Nqutu District Isandlwana Battlefield , Ngutu District KZN 15840 In the vicinity of this hill a British force under the immediate command of Lieut.-Col. A. W. Durnford and Brevet-Lieut. Col. B. Pulleine was virtually annihilated on the 22nd January 1879 by a Zulu impi of between 20 000 and 25 000 men under the command Provincial Heritage Site
1424 9/2/418/0010 Ultimatum Tree, Farm Lot 5 2612, Lower Tugela District Ultimatum Tree Farm Lot 5 2612 KZN 2612 Site where ultimatum leading to the outbreak of the Anglo-Zulu War was delivered to Zulu King Cetswa Provincial Heritage Site
1425 9/2/423/0008 Bandstand, Main Street, Kokstad Bandstand Main Street Kokstad KZN 368 Historical and Architectural interest - This ornamental Victorian cast-iron bandstand dates from 191 Provincial Heritage Site
1426 9/2/407/0045 Portview, 183 Cowey (Cnr Haden) Road, Durban Portview 183 Cowey (Cnr Haden) Road Durban KZN 3064 This remarkable building, one of the few surviving great mansions of Durban, is noted for the state Provincial Heritage Site
1427 9/2/429/0001 O'Neill's Cottage, Farm Stonewall 3109, Newcastle District O'Neill's Cottage Farm Stonewall 3109, Newcastle District KZN It was in this cottage that negotiations took place during a number of meetings in March 1881, atten Provincial Heritage Site
1428 9/2/427/0005 Fort Tenedos, Farm Alliance 14837, Mtunzini District Fort Tenedos Farm Alliance 14837 KZN 15 The fort played a major role in the Anglo-Zulu War 1879, being the first fortification constructed b Provincial Heritage Site
1429 9/2/427/0002 Tugela Battlefield, Lot 14 Farm Tugela 10600, Mtunzini District Tugela Battlefield Lot 14 Farm Tugela 10600 KZN 14 On 17 April 1838 a number of British settlers and their auxilliaries went to the aid of Voortrekkers Provincial Heritage Site
1430 9/2/427/0001 Raffia Palms, Lot 162, Mtunzini Raffia Palms , Mtunzini Mtunzini KZN 162 This extensive grove of raffia palms (R. australis) was estabished at Mtunzini in 1916 from seed sen Provincial Heritage Site
1432 9/2/420/0001 Mpande's Nodwengu Royal Homestead and Grave, Ulundi, Mahlabatini Mpande's Nodwengu Homestead & Grave Ulundi KZN Royal residence of King Mpande occupied by him from 1840-1872; his burial place. Provincial Heritage Site
1433 9/2/423/0009 Kokstad Museum, 104 Main Street, Kokstad Kokstad Museum 104 Main Street Kokstad KZN 464 & 463 This building with its Victorian and Ewardian characteristics dates from 1908. It was used as the Pu Provincial Heritage Site
1434 9/2/420/0002-002 Ondini, Ulundi, Mahlabatini District Ondini Mhlabatini District Ulundi KZN After his part in Mpande's successful first incursion into Swaziland in the mid 1840s, Cetshwayo, th Provincial Heritage Site
1435 9/2/423/0007 Dower House, Dower (Cnr Main) Street, Kokstad Dower House Dower (Cnr Main) Street Kokstad KZN 345 This building is historically the most important in Kokstad. This is not only because it was the fir Provisional Protection
1436 9/2/429/0005 St Dominic's Academy Pavilion, St Dominic's Street, Newcastle St Dominic's Pavilion St Dominic's Street Newcastle KZN 382 Of architectural and local historical interest - The pavilion was built in 1916 in the Victorian sty Provincial Heritage Site
1437 9/2/429/0004 Old State School, Albert (Cnr Havelock) Street, Charlestown Old State School Albert Street Charlestown KZN 199 The school was completed in 1904 with further additions later in the same year. This single story rectangular building of plastered brick with corrugated iron roof and verandah, is a good and surviving example of a school building of the period, a notabl Register
1438 9/2/429/0002 Town Hall, Scott Street, Newcastle Newcastle Town Hall Scott Street Newcastle KZN 433 Of architectural and local historical interest - The city hall was designed by William Lucas and ere Provincial Heritage Site
1439 9/2/423/0002 Old Town Hall, Main Street, Kokstad Old Kokstad Town Hall Main Street Kokstad KZN 367 & 368 Designed by Architect Arthur Fyfe, the building is a good example of early Colonial architecture, is Provincial Heritage Site
1440 9/2/423/0001 Matatiele Museum, High Street, Matatiele Matatiele Museum High Street Matatiele KZN 242 This building is one of the few conservation worthy buildings in the town and is also a well-known l Provincial Heritage Site
1441 9/2/429/0008 Old Carnegie Library, Voortrekker Street, Newcastle Carnegie Library Voortrekker Street Newcastle KZN 435 The building was erected in 1915 in the Edwardian style and was designed by the architectural firm o Provincial Heritage Site
1442 9/2/436/0004 Old Pentrich Railway Station, Woods Road, Pietermaritzburg Old Pentrich Railway Station Woods Road Pietermaritzburg KZN 198 One of the oldest NGR station buildings in Natal. Provincial Heritage Site
1443 9/2/436/0072-003 13 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg 13 Leighton Street 13 Leighton Street Pietermaritzburg KZN 2714 Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
1445 9/2/257/0001 Moorddrift Monument, Potgietersrus (Mokopane) District Moorddrift Monument Moord Drift, Potgietersrus Limpopo 849 Provincial Heritage Site
1446 9/2/243/0001 Ana Trees, Rietfontein, Mokerong District Ana Trees LP Provincial Heritage Site
1447 9/2/240/0003 Baobab Trees, Messina District Boabab Trees LP Provincial Heritage Site
1448 9/2/269/0002 Schoemansdal, Louis Trichardt, Soutpansberg District Schoemansdal LP In 1848 Zoutpansberg, the most northerly Voortrekker village, was established here by followers of Chief Commandant A. H. Potgieter. The Chief Commandant died and was buried here in 1852. Later the town was named Schoemansdal after Commandant General Step Provincial Heritage Site
1449 9/2/269/0011 Stonehenge, Bergvliet, Soutpansberg District Stonehenge LP This farmhouse was erected for R. H. Stevens in about 1906 and is allegedly the oldest existing dwelling in the vicinity of Louis Trichardt. Provincial Heritage Site
1450 9/2/253/0004-001 First Gold Crushing Site, Eersteling, Polokwane District First Gold Crushing Site LP Provincial Heritage Site
1451 9/2/210/0001 Cycads, Modjadjiskraal, Bolobedu District Bread-fruit tree LP Provincial Heritage Site
1452 9/2/257/0004 Old Stone School, 97 Voortrekker Street, Potgietersrus Old Stone School 97 Voortrekker Street Potgietersrus LP Provincial Heritage Site
1453 9/2/253/0001 Irish House, Market Street, Polokwane Irish House Market Street Polokwane LP Provincial Heritage Site
1454 9/2/280/0004 Blockhouse, Paul Sauer Road, Warmbaths Blockhouse Paul Sauer Road Warmbaths LP After the surrender of Pretoria on the Anglo-Boer War, the Republican forces adopted guerilla tactics. To counter this the British forces erected a system of blockhouses to divide the combat areas into sectors. This blockhouse was part of one of the most Provincial Heritage Site
1455 9/2/281/0003 Old Reformed Church, Nylstroom Old Reformed Church Nylstroom LP The historic old church building of the Waterberg Reformed Church was built in 1889 and was taken into use on 23 November of that year. President Paul Kruger of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek was present on this occasion. During the Anglo-Boer War a wing Provincial Heritage Site
1456 9/2/253/0002 First National Bank, Landdros Mare Street, Polokwane First National Bank Landdros Mare Street Polokwane LP
1458 9/2/269/0005 Fort Hendrina, Louis Trichardt, Soutpansberg District Fort Hendrina LP This movable iron fort dates from the 19th century and is the only example of its kind to be found in the Transvaal. Provincial Heritage Site
1459 9/2/253/0004-002 First Gold Power Plant Site, Eersteling, Polokwane District First Gold Power Plant Site LP Provincial Heritage Site
1462 9/2/269/0004 Fosillised Footprints, Pontdrift, Soutpansberg District Fosillised Footprints LP These fossilised reptile footprints occur in sandstone where there was a dune in earlier times which was later covered by basalt flows. The animals of tile vicinity presumably fled to the dune where a large number of fossilised prints of various animals a Provincial Heritage Site
1464 9/2/253/0007 Fort Louis Campbell, Marabastad, Polokwane District Fort Louis Campbell Marabastad Unknown LP 139 Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
1470 9/2/269/0023 Lake Fundudzi, Ndzelele LP
1471 9/2/281/0004 Strijdom House, Nylstroom Strijdom House Nylstroom LP Advocate J. G. Strijdom, Prime Minister of South Africa from 1954 to 1958, lived in this house. The house was designed by Gerhard Moerdyk and is in the neo-Cape- Dutch style. Provincial Heritage Site
1472 9/2/203/0001 NZASM Railway Bridge, Komatipoort, Barberton District NZASM Railway Bridge Komatipoort Station Railway Reserve 161, Barberton Barberton MP Provincial Heritage Site
1474 9/2/222/0008 Begin-der-Lijn Bridge, Vaal River, Ermelo District Begin-der-Lijn Bridge 18.08 miles from Ermelo across the Vaal River MP Provincial Heritage Site
1475 9/2/242/0010 Meyer Bridge, Little Olifants River, Middelburg Meyer Bridge Middelburg MP Meyer's Bridge is one of the fine stone bridges built by the South African Republic. It was built in 1896. Provincial Heritage Site
1476 9/2/284/0001 NZASM Station, Clewer, Schoongezicht 308 JS, Witbank District NZASM Station MP Provincial Heritage Site
1477 9/2/282/0002 NZASM Tunnel, Doornhoek, Waterval Boven District NZASM Tunnel MP The tunnel was part of the N.Z.A.S.M. railway line built in 1891-1895 between Pretoria and Lourenco Marques. In view of the steep gradient it was fitted with a rack railway. Provincial Heritage Site
1478 9/2/282/0005 Krugerhof, Waterval Onder, Waterval Boven District Krugerhof Waterval Boven Waterval Boven MP 341 The last residence of Paul Kruger before he left SA for Mozambique and Europe.President S J. P. Kruger lived in this house from the 30th June to the 28th August,1900 During, that time the affairs of State of the South, African: Republic were conducted the Provincial Heritage Site
1479 9/2/282/0001 Five Arched Bridge, Doornhoek, Waterval Boven District Five Arched Bridge MP The construction of the tunnel was not the only problem encountered in building the difficult section of the railway between Waterval Onder and Waterval Boven. Not far below the tunnel, the line had to cross the Dwaalheuwel Spruit. The N.Z.A.S.M. built a Provincial Heritage Site
1480 9/2/278/0001 Old NZASM Station Building and Old Customs House, Sarel Cilliers Street, Volksrust Old NZASM Station Building and Old Customs House Sarel Cilliers Street Volksrust MP Provincial Heritage Site
1481 9/2/278/0008 Grave of Gen Piet Joubert, Rustfontein 126, Volksrust District Grave of Gen Piet Joubert MP General Piet Joubert was Commandant-General of the South African Republic and his wife are buried in Provincial Heritage Site
1482 9/2/279/0006-001 Old Apostolic Church of Africa, Church Street, Wakkerstroom Old Apostolic Church of Africa Church Street Wakkerstroom MP This well-preserved former Anglican Church, previously known as St Mark's Church, was consecrated on 6 April 1890 by the Bishop of Pretoria, the Right Revd. H. B. Bousfield. It is built of laterite. A fine stained glass window was installed in about 1959 Provincial Heritage Site
1483 9/2/242/0015 NZASM Station, Meyer and Van Riebeeck Streets, Middelburg NZASM Station Meyer and Van Riebeeck Streets Middelburg MP Provincial Heritage Site
1485 9/2/222/0003 Stonehut Settlement, Tafelkop, Ermelo District Stonehut Settlement Portion 4 of the farm Tafelkop MP Provincial Heritage Site
1486 9/2/255/0008 Lone Creek Waterfall, Ceylon 197, Pilgrim's Rest District Lone Creek Waterfall MP These exceptionally attractive waterfalls, which drop 68 m in a single cascade, as well as the indigenous forest in the kloof below the falls, form an integral part of the natural beauty of the Eastern Transvaal escarpment. Provincial Heritage Site
1487 9/2/255/0017 Joubert Bridge, Blyde River, Pilgrim's Rest District Joubert Bridge Pilgrim's Rest MP Provincial Heritage Site
1488 9/2/203/0003 Belhaven House Museum, Lee Road, Barberton Belhaven House Museum Lee Road Barberton MP 1573, 1574 and 2456 Provincial Heritage Site
1489 9/2/236/0018 Old Voortrekker Church, Church Street, Lydenburg Old Voortrekker Church Church Street Lydenburg MP The earlier of the two churches, known as the Voortrekker Church, was erected between 1851 and 1853 and is the oldest Dutch Reformed Church building in the Transvaal. The later church building, which was consecrated in 1894, was built in the Neo-Gothic st Provincial Heritage Site
1490 9/2/236/0005 Steenkamp Bridge, Spekboom River, Lydenburg District Steenkamp Bridge MP Provincial Heritage Site
1491 9/2/236/0004 Remains of Old Voortrekker Fort, Ohrigstad, lydenburg Remains of Old Voortrekker Fort Ohrigstad MP The remains of a fort built on this site before 1847 by the Voortrekkers to protect themselves and their families against possible attacks by the Bantu. Provincial Heritage Site
1492 9/2/255/0006 Mac Mac Waterfalls, Geelhoutboom, Pilgrim's Rest District Mac Mac Waterfalls MP These waterfalls, which drop 65 m in two uninterrupted cascades, as well as the indigenous forest in the kloof below the falls, form an integral part of the natural beauty of the Eastern Transvaal escarpment. Provincial Heritage Site
1493 9/2/255/0016 Berlin Waterfall, Berlyn 506, Pilgrim's Rest District Berlin Waterfall MP These attractive waterfalls, which have a drop of 45 metres, as well as their surroundings, form an integral part of the natural beauty of the Eastern Transvaal escarpment. Provincial Heritage Site
1494 9/2/227/0002 Borehole UC 65, Evander, Highveld Ridge District Borehole UC 65 110 km east of Johannesburg surrounded by 4 Gold Mines Evander MP In 1951 Borehole U.C. 65 was the first prospecting hole to penetrate the auriferous Kimberley Reef in the vicinity of the present Evander. This event led to the development of an important new South African goldfield, viz the Evander Goldfield. Provincial Heritage Site
1495 9/2/255/0007 Natural rock bridge, Graskop 564 KT, Pilgrim's Rest District Natural rock bridge MP 564 Provincial Heritage Site
1496 9/2/222/0007 Natural Rock Bridge, Goedehoop, Ermelo District Natural Rock Bridge Portion 14 of the farm Goedehoop 106 IT MP 106 Provincial Heritage Site
1497 9/2/248/zz Lime kilns, Grootgeluk 477, Nelspruit District Lime kilns MP Provincial Heritage Site
1498 9/2/236/0010 Echo Caves, Klipfonteinhoek, Lydenburg District Echo Caves MP Interest: The caves are proclaimed on account of their natural beauty. Provincial Heritage Site
1499 9/2/242/0011 Dutch Reformed Gedenkkerk, South Street, Middelburg Dutch Reformed Gedenkkerk South Street Middelburg MP This little church was erected shortly after the Anglo- Boer War (1899-1902) in commemoration of the 1400 women and children who died in the local concentration camp. Provincial Heritage Site
1500 9/2/255/0002 Huntington Hall, Sabie Huntington Hall Sabie MP Provincial Heritage Site
1501 9/2/203/0008 Old Stock Exchange, Pilgrim Street, Barberton Old Stock Exchange Pilgrim Street Barberton MP 1307 This building was the second Stock Exchange built in Barberton. It was built by the De Kaap Gold Fields Stock Exchange Limited, and opened on the 13th April, 1887. Provincial Heritage Site
1502 9/2/242/0002 Fort Merensky, Botshabelo, Middelburg District Fort Merensky MP Fort Merensky, originally called Fort Wilhelm, was built by the missionary Alexander Merensky and his followers at the Mission Station which he established there in 1865. Provincial Heritage Site
1503 9/2/254/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Piet Retief Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Piet Retief MP 845 Register
1504 BelfastTemp Naval Gun Barrel, High School Belfast, Duggen Street, Belfast Naval Gun Barrel Duggen Street Belfast MP Heritage Object
1505 9/2/203/0009 ETC Building, Pilgrim Street, Barberton ETC Building Pilgrim Street Barberton MP 1508 This office building, which was completed for Sammy Marks early in 1887, dates from Barberton's boom period and is an important link with old Barberton. It is thought to be the oldest existing multi-storey building in the Transvaal. Provincial Heritage Site
1506 9/2/206/0001 Old Magistrate's Office, Market Street, Bethal Old Magistrate's Office Market Street Bethal MP Provincial Heritage Site
1507 9/2/203/0021 Site of President Samora Machel's Plane Crash, Barberton District Site of President Samora Machel's Plane Crash MP This site marks the tragic end of one of Southern Africa's greatest political leaders and freedom fighters who struggled for liberation, peace, harmony and development in the region. This site is a symbol of the struggle and part of the negleted Southern Provincial Heritage Site
1508 4/T/BAR/1 Guard House, Corner Lee Road and Judge Street, Barberton Guard House Barberton MP This wood and corrugated iron guard house was erected during 1901 to protect the concentration camp, the camp hospital and the town during the Anglo- Boer War. It is probably the only surviving blockhouse of its kind. Provincial Heritage Site
1509 9/2/214/0002 Grobler Bridge, Komati River, Carolina District Grobler Bridge On Road P26/6, 15.78 miles from Carolina MP Provincial Heritage Site
1510 9/2/203/0004 Globe Tavern, Pilgrim Street, Barberton Globe Tavern Pilgrim Street Barberton MP 1322 This former tavern was opened in 1887, two and half years after Barberton was founded. It is typical of the wood and iron buildings which characterised the gold-fields of the Eastern Transvaal during the last quarter of the previous century and is an impo Provincial Heritage Site
1511 9/2/206/0004 Dutch Reformed Church, Vermooten Street, Bethal Dutch Reformed Church Vermooten Street Bethal MP 1552 Provincial Heritage Site
1512 9/2/242/0001 Botshabelo, Toevlught, Middelburg District Botshabelo MP Botshabelo was the major spiritual, cultural and educational centre of the Berliner Mission Society in the part of South Africa at one time known as the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR). It played a significant role during the Sekhukuni, the Mapoch, Firs Provisional Protection
1513 9/2/214/0001 Bonnefoi, Misluk, Carolina District Bonnefoi MP Provisional Protection
1514 9/2/203/0002 Stopforth House, Bowness Street, Barberton Stopforth House Bowness Street Barberton MP This well-preserved dwelling-house and outbuildings of wood and iron were erected by J. S. Stopforth during the eighties of the previous century. The building complex has remained unaltered and it therefore provides an important cultural-history link with Provincial Heritage Site
1515 9/2/222/0006 De Emigratie, Ermelo District De Emigratie MP Plaque
1516 9/2/222/0020 Old Residency, 34 Taute Street, Ermelo Old Residency 34 Taute Street Ermelo MP 92 Nomination: "The residency is one of the most historically significant sturctures to have survived in Ermelo. Situated in the centre of town the building is considered to be a landmark with the potential to be rehabilitated/restored and used by the Depar Register
1517 9/2/222/0004 Old Prison, Amsterdam, Ermelo District Old Prison Stand No. 308 in the town of Amsterdam Amsterdam MP The original portion of this well-preserved stone building was commissioned by the Government of the South African Republic and completed in July 1890, only nine years after Amsterdam had been proclaimed a township. Two rooms were added in 1899. Provincial Heritage Site
1518 9/2/236/0019 ZAR Post Box, Kantoor Street, Lydenburg ZAR Post Box Kantoor Street Lydenburg MP Provincial Heritage Site
1519 9/2/236/0017 Old Voortrekker School, Church Street, Lydenburg Old Voortrekker School Church Street Lydenburg MP This simple thatched house is typical of the architecture of the pioneer times in the Transvaal of a century ago. It is probably the oldest school- building in the Transvaal. Provincial Heritage Site
1520 9/2/236/0006 Dwars River Geological Occurrence, Lydenburg District Dwars River Geological Occurrence MP Scientific Interest. A unique occurrence of chromitite bands in anorthosite, of great scientific importance. Provincial Heritage Site
1521 9/2/248/0002 NZASM Station, Elandshoek, Nelspruit District NZASM Station MP Provincial Heritage Site
1522 9/2/214/0003 Georgian Farmhouse, Brakspruit, Carolina Georgian Farmhouse MP Provincial Heritage Site
1523 9/2/279/0006 Old Road Bridge, Marthinus Wesselstroom, Wakkerstroom Old Road Bridge, Marthinus Wesselstroom Marthinus Wesselstroom, Wakkerstroom Wakkerstroom MP Provincial Heritage Site
1524 9/2/236/0012 Dutch Reformed Church, Lydenburg Dutch Reformed Church Lydenburg MP The earlier of the two churches, known as the Voortrekker Church, was erected between 1851 and 1853 and is the oldest Dutch Reformed Church building in the Transvaal. The later church building, which was consecrated in 1894, was built in the Neo-Gothic st Provincial Heritage Site
1525 9/2/204/0008 Covenant Monument, Steynsplaats 339, Belfast District Covenant Monument Portion 2 of the quitrent farm Steynsplaats 339 MP 360 Provincial Heritage Site
1526 9/2/236/0020 Powder Magazine, Viljoen Street, Lydenburg Powder Magazine Viljoen Street Lydenburg MP Historical magazine at Lydenburg was built during the years 1879-1880 by the 94th regiment under the command of Lt. Cal. P. P. Anstrutter following the Sekhukhune War. Provincial Heritage Site
1527 9/2/212/0005 Historical Houses, Karee Road, Brits Historical Houses Brits NW Provisional Protection
1528 9/2/235/0012 Dutch Reformed Church, Ottosdal Dutch Reformed Church Ottosdal NW Register
1529 9/2/212/0003 Preller House, Rondavelhouse and Cemetery, Pelindaba, Brits District Preller House NW Gustav Preller, the well-known protagonist of Afrikaans, historian and journalist built and occupied this house from 1935 until his death. Many of his later historical works were completed in this house. This dwelling, consisting of three stone rondavel Provincial Heritage Site
1530 9/2/238/0002 Bokkraal, Marico District Bokkraal NW Provisional Protection
1531 9/2/263/0004 Old Lutheran School (Library), Kroondal, Rustenburg District Old Lutheran School NW This plain little building was completed early in 1898 as the first permanent school building at Kroondal. Together with the nearby Old Lutheran Church it forms the historical core of the town of Kroondal. Provincial Heritage Site
1533 9/2/212/0006 Fourie House No. 1, De Kroon, Brits District Fourie House No. 1 NW Plaque
1534 9/2/256/0004 72 Lombard Street, Potchefstroom 72 Lombard Street 72 Lombard Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1535 9/2/231/0012 Farmhouse, Renosterspruit, Klerksdorp District Farmhouse NW 326 This simple farmhouse was built immediately after 1903 by Jakobus Badenhost who participated in the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) and whose original house was burnt down during the war. Therefore the house stands as a symbol of the above-mentioned war and c Register
1536 9/2/263/0016 Syringa Tree Monument, Church Street, Rustenburg Syringa Tree Monument Church Street Rustenburg NW Provincial Heritage Site
1537 9/2/256/0014 Oak Avenue, Potchefstroom Oak Avenue Oak Avenue Potchefstroom NW This oak avenue was planted in about 1910 and lends to the streets along which it is situated both dignity and aesthetic charater. Provincial Heritage Site
1538 9/2/256/0032 W D Pretorius House, Church Street, Potchefstroom W D Pretorius House Church Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1539 9/2/256/0025 Voortrekker Fort, Elandsfontein, Potchefstroom District Voortrekker Fort Elandsfontein NW According to tradition this stone fort was built by the Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Hendrik Potgieter. It was presumably erected in 1842 to serve as a shelter for the women and children in case the men had to leave for Port Natal to assis Provincial Heritage Site
1540 9/2/256/0001 Old powder magazine, Wolmarans Street, Potchefstroom Old powder magazine Wolmarans Street Potchefstroom NW 528 This powder magazine was erected between 1841 and 1863 and is as such one of the oldest existing buildings in Potchefstroom. This stone building played an important role from the time of its construction, especially during the First War of Independence. Provincial Heritage Site
1541 9/2/256/0040 Roets House, 61 Tom Street, Potchefstroom Roets House 61 Tom Street Potchefstroom NW The house is vacant at the moment, but the Potchefstroom University intends using it as a laboratory for medical practitioners. Therefore due to the building's unique architectural features most especially to it's immediate environment the architectural Register
1542 9/2/231/0002 Fountain Villa, Hendrik Potgieter Street, Klerksdorp Fountain Villa Hendrik Potgieter Street Klerksdorp NW Provincial Heritage Site
1543 9/2/263/0007 Boekenhoutfontein, Rustenburg District Boekenhoutfontein Boekenhoutfontein NW From 1862 to 1903 the farm was the property of State President S. J. P. Kruger. Provincial Heritage Site
1544 9/2/231/0003 Railway Station, Delver Street, Klerksdorp Railway Station Delver Street Klerksdorp NW This railway station building was completed in 1897 by the Nederlandsche Zuid-Afrikaansche Spoorweg-Maatschappij and is one of only a few elegant station buildings erected by the NZASM. For approximately nine years the Klerksdorp Station remained the west Provincial Heritage Site
1545 9/2/256/0037 Superintendent's Residence, Witrand Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Potchefstroom Superintendent's Residence Potchefstroom NW This house was erected after the Anglo-Boer War as the official residence for the officer commanding the British garrison at Potchefstroom, and formed part of the military cantonments there. It is an important link with Potchefstroom's military past and s Provincial Heritage Site
1546 9/2/256/0003 76 Lombard Street, Potchefstroom 76 Lombard Street 76 Lombard Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1547 9/2/256/0042 Rectors Residence, 1 Calderbank Avenue, Potchefstroom Rectors Residence 1 Calderbank Avenue Potchefstroom NW The house which was erected in 1942 and designed by the architect Hugh Roberts, is a landmark in Potchefstroom. Historically it is important for its association with Hugh Calderbank who was the Mayor of Potchefstroom in the early 1940s. The building als Register
1548 9/2/256/0030 Potchefstroom Agricultural College, Potchefstroom Potchefstroom Agricultural College Potchefstroom NW Both the Administration Building, which was the first building of the Potchefstroom College of Agriculture to be erected and which was occupied in 1907, and the Selborne Hall in which the Africander Cattle Breeders' Society was established in 1912, are cl Provincial Heritage Site
1549 9/2/256/0002 74 Lombard Street, Potchefstroom 74 Lombard Street 74 Lombard Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1550 9/2/103/0007 St Stephens Anglican Church, MacKenzie Street, Vryburg St Stephens Anglican Church MacKenzie Street Vryburg NW 185 Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit Provincial Heritage Site
1551 9/2/103/0005 Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 85 Vry Street, Vryburg Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage 85 Vry Street Vryburg NW 157 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1552 9/2/103/0004 Old Police Station, 9 Vry Street, Vryburg Old Police Station 9 Vry Street Vryburg NW 3 The Old Police Station is probably the earliest remaining building in Vryburg, and almost intact an example of an early humble public building erected at the time that the town was established. The building was sold to MC Genis the magistrate of the Boer Provincial Heritage Site
1553 9/2/286/0006 Thomas Leask House, 46 Broadbent Street, Wolmaransstad Thomas Leask House 46 Broadbent Street Wolmaransstad NW 693 The house derives its historical significance from its association with its previous owner, Thomas Spence Leask, well known as the "Father of Wolmaransstad". The alteration which were made in the 1880s and after 1900 to the original house which was bult Register
1554 9/2/256/0035 Goetz-Fleischack House, Gouws Street, Potchefstroom Goetz-Fleischack House Gouws Street Potchefstroom NW The restored Goetz-Fleischack House was erected for A M. Goetz, Resident Magistrate of Potchefstroom, between 1860 and 1863 and is today the only so-called Karroo-style house in Potchefstroom that has maintained its original appearance. Together with the Provincial Heritage Site
1555 9/2/256/0039 Farmstead, Buffelsdoorn, Potchefstroom District Farmstead NW 143 The house which dates from the Transvaal pioneering Era, is of historical importance due to its connection with Philippus Jacobus Wilhelmus Schutte who was the owner of the farm Buffelsdoorn from 1856 until his death in 1873. Schutte was a leading figure Register
1556 9/2/256/0015 St Mary's Anglican Church, Auto Avenue, Potchefstroom St Mary's Anglican Church Auto Avenue Potchefstroom NW 9 The Anglican church, built in 1890-91, in the Neo-Gothic style, was the first building in Potchefstroom resembling this historic Neo-Gothic style. The parish in Potchefstroom is one of the oldest in the Transvaal. Provincial Heritage Site
1557 9/2/103/0003 Tiger Kloof, Waterloo 730, District Vryburg Tiger Kloof NW 730 Provincial Heritage Site
1558 9/2/238/0012 Kaditshwene Cultural landscape (ruins) Kaditshwene Zeerust Northe West NW STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE Kaditshwene is historically considered a capital of the Bahurutshe nation and the largest Batswana settlement in Southern Africa with a population of 16000 to 20000, around the early 1800's. The large population of Kaditshwene i National Heritage Site
1559 Dr Livingstone's House, Marico District Livingstone's House Marico NW 224 Not on file
1560 9/2/256/0041 The Northern Wing of the Nutrition and Family Ecology Building of the Potchefstroom University NW Provincial Heritage Site
1561 9/2/212/0016 Gondolin, Broederstroom 481 JQ, NW Cradle n/a NW 481 JQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1562 Haasgat, Leeuwenkloof 480 JQ, NW Cradle n/a NW 480 JQ This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula National Heritage Site
1563 9/2/231/0001 Wood and Iron Houses 13 and 15 Convent Avenue, Klerksdorp Wood and Iron Houses 13 & 15 Convent Avenue 13 and 15 Convent Avenue Klerksdorp NW Provincial Heritage Site
1564 9/2/256/0028 Old Fire Brigade Station, Kock Street, Potchefstroom Old Fire Brigade Station Kock Street Potchefstroom NW Provisional Protection
1565 9/2/256/0018 Krugerskraal, Tygerfontein, Potchefstroom District Krugerskraal Tygerfontein, Potchefstroom district NW Provincial Heritage Site
1566 9/2/501/0015 Cannon , Mafikeng Cannon Kopje Mafikeng NW 1323 The Fort on Cannon Kopje was originally built by Sir Charles Warren in 1884. During the Anglo-Boer War it played an important part in the siege of Mafeking. Provincial Heritage Site
1567 9/2/238/0006-001 Church of St John the Baptist, Zeerust, Marico District Church of St John the Baptist Zeerust NW This Church was built in 1873. It was the third Anglican Church to be built in the Transvaal and is the o1dest still standing. Provincial Heritage Site
1568 9/2/238/0015 Water mill, Malmani Eye, Marico District Water-mill Malmani Eye, Marico District NW 328 This water-wheel and mill of cast iron is one of only a few water-mills in the Transvaal which have been preserved in situ. It was probably erected sometime between 1900 and 1910 and is representative of the last type of mills in South Africa that operate Provincial Heritage Site
1569 9/2/235/0005 Nerderduitse Gereformeerde Church, 27 Gerrit Maritz Street, Lichtenburg Nerderduitse Gereformeerde Church Gerrit Maritz Street Lichtenburg NW The corner stone of this stone building was laid on 14 June 1890. In 1928, under the direction of Gerhard Moerdyk, the building was substantially enlarged and the striking portico and spire were added. During the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) the building w Provincial Heritage Site
1570 9/2/218/0003 Dutch Reformed Church, Delarey Street, Delareyville Dutch Reformed Church Delarey Street Delareyville NW 571 Provincial Heritage Site
1571 9/2/231/0009 Nederduits Gereformeerde Mother Church, Anderson Street, Klerksdorp Nederduits Gereformeerde Mother Church Anderson Street Klerksdorp NW Provincial Heritage Site
1572 9/2/256/0010 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Potchefstroom Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Potchefstroom NW This fine church is the second church building of the “Voortrekker congregation of Transvaal" of the Dutch Reformed (Nederduits Hervormde) Church. The church was taken into use on 24th February, 1866. Provincial Heritage Site
1573 9/2/263/0008 Old Lutheran Church, Kroondal, Rustenburg district Old Lutheran Church Rustenburg NW Since 1889 Kroondal has been the centre of the Hermannsburg Missionary Society's activities in South Africa and construction on this quaint eclectic church started in 1895. It was the first church building at Kroondal and was inaugurated on 24 June 1896. Provincial Heritage Site
1574 9/2/256/0008 Old Fort and Cemetery, Potchefstroom Old Fort and Cemetery Wolmarans Street Potchefstroom NW Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
1575 9/2/256/0007-001 House of President M W Pretorius, Van der Hoff Avenue, Potchefstroom House of President M W Pretorius Van der Hoff Avenue Potchefstroom NW Marthinus Wessel Pretorius, Commandant-General of Rustenburg and Potchefstroom (1853-1857), State President of the South African Republic (1857-1860 and 1964-1871), State President of the Republic of the Orange FS(1860-1863) and member of the Tri Provincial Heritage Site
1576 9/2/286/0005 Ruins of Rev. Broadbent's House, Leeuwfontein, Wolmaransstad Ruins of Rev. Broadbent's House NW Provincial Heritage Site
1577 9/2/501/0016 Warren's Fort, Old Imperial Reserve, Mafikeng Warren's Fort Mafikeng NW This imposing stone fortification was erected about 1880. The fort played an important role in the Anglo-Boer War. Provincial Heritage Site
1578 9/2/263/0005 Schoch House, Boschdal, Rustenburg district Schoch House Boschdal, Rustenburg district NW Provincial Heritage Site
1579 9/2/212/0017 Preller House, Main House, Welgegund, Pelindaba, Brits District Preller House NW Gustav Preller, the well-known protagonist of Afrikaans, historian and journalist built and occupied this house from 1935 until his death. Many of his later historical works were completed in this house. This dwelling, consisting of three stone rondavel Provincial Heritage Site
1580 9/2/256/0021 Carnegie Library, Potgieter Street, Potchefstroom Carnegie Library Potgieter Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1581 9/2/256/0011 Old Police Station, Greyling Street, Potchefstroom Old Police Station Greyling Street, cnr Potgieter Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1582 9/2/256/0012 Old Post Office, Greyling Street, Potchefstroom Old Post Office Greyling Street, cnr Potgieter Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1583 9/2/256/0020 Town Hall, Potgieter Street, Potchefstroom Town Hall Potgieter Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1584 9/2/256/0034 Old Magistrate's Office, Greyling Street, Potchefstroom Old Magistrate's Office Greyling Street, cnr Potgieter Street Potchefstroom NW Provincial Heritage Site
1585 9/2/256/0024 Historic Reformed Church Complex, eet, Potchefstroom Historic Reformed Church Complex Molen Street Potchefstroom NW In 1905 the Theological School of the Gereformeerde Church was transferred from Burgersdorp to Potchefstroom where from 1905 to 1907 this complex of four buildings was erected to accommodate the Theological School and its subsections, the professor and th Provincial Heritage Site
1586 9/2/263/0014 Old Anglican Church, Van Stadens Street, Rustenburg Old Anglican Church Van Stadens Street Rustenburg NW This Church was reconstructed on its present site in 1967. It was originally built in 1871 as a result of the efforts of John Pilkington Richardson and is one of the oldest Anglican Churches in the Transvaal. Provincial Heritage Site
1587 9/2/256/0005 Old Berlin Mission Station, Gouws Street, Potchefstroom Old Berlin Mission Station Gouws Street Potchefstroom NW This building-complex is one of the rare and most important historical building complexes ever to be found in Potchefstroom. This mission station was established in 1872 by Pastor CW Moschutz of the Berlin Mission Society and presently creates the most i Provincial Heritage Site
1588 9/2/256/0031 Old Reformed Church, Maury Avenue, Potchefstroom Old Reformed Church Maury Avenue Potchefstroom NW 1718 This small church with its Gothic Features was erected between 1865 and 1866. Its was designed by Rev. Dirk Postma, first minister of the Gereformeerde Kerk in South Africa. It is one of the first churches built by the Gereformeerde Kerk. This simple w Provincial Heritage Site
1589 9/2/263/0002 Dutch Reformed Church, Plein Street, Rustenburg Dutch Reformed Church Plein Street Rustenburg NW Construction on this neo-Gothic church building started in 1898, but owing to the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer War the finishing touches could only be done in 1903. During the war the building was used by the British as a hospital and it is alleged that six Provincial Heritage Site
1590 9/2/256/0033 Heimat, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, Potchefstroom Heimat Potchefstroom NW Both these buildings represent important milestones in the history of the development of the Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir Christelike Hoer Onderwys. The neo-Cape Dutch building known as Heimat, designed by Gerard Moerdijk and completed as a students’ Provincial Heritage Site
1591 9/2/235/0014 Ou Plaas Guest House, Holfontein 147, Lichtenburg District Ou Plaas Guest House NW 147 This house attaches its significance from the fact that it is the only remnant of the builder Scribante in the Lichtenburg District that dates immediately after the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Furthermore, it satisfies the criteria for the declaration of Register
1593 9/2/235/0008 Historic cattle dip, Elandsputte, Lichtenburg District Historic cattle dip Elandsputte, Lichtenburg district NW In December 1924, during the construction of this cattle-dip, Mr J. A. Voorendyk discovered a diamond which led to the further discovery of diamonds on Elandsputte (a portion of Uitgevonden) and the eventual spectacular "diamond rushes" on Elandsputte in1 Provincial Heritage Site
1594 9/2/071/0007 Teich house complex, Sofia Street, Philipstown Teich House complex 6-10 Sophia Street, cnr Grey Street Philipstown NC 316 The Teich House complex is one of the finest examples of Karoo architecture in the Winterveld area. Provisional Protection
1595 9/2/078/0012-060 35 Loop Street, Richmond 35 Loop Street 35 Loop Street Richmond NC 219 An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment. Register
1596 9/2/019/0002-138 19 Grey Street, Carnarvon 19 Grey Street 19 Grey Street Carnarvon NC 545 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1597 9/2/078/0012-059 Erf 622, 46 Loop Street, Richmond Public Library 46 Loop Street Richmond NC 622 Contributes to the architecture of the street Register
1598 9/2/019/0002-139 17 Grey Street, Carnarvon 17 Grey Street 17 Grey Street Carnarvon NC 544 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1599 9/2/100/0002-139 3A Cypress Street, Victoria West 3A Cypress Street 3A Cypress Street Victoria West NC 89 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1600 9/2/078/0012-058 146 Pienaar Street, Richmond 146 Pienaar Street 146 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 199 This neat house is part of a group starting from the corner shop and enhances the architectural envi Register
1601 9/2/019/0002-141 9 Kronkel Road, Carnarvon 9 Kronkel Road 9 Kronkel Road Carnarvon NC 22 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1602 9/2/049/0120-070 25 Milner Street, Kimberley 25 Milner Street 25 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 949 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1603 9/2/019/0002-142 5 Kronkel Road, Carnarvon 5 Kronkel Road 5 Kronkel Road, cnr High Street Carnarvon NC 10 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1604 9/2/049/0120-090 15 Milner Street, Kimberley 15 Milner Street 15 Milner Street Kimberley NC 944 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1605 9/2/019/0002-143 14 Alheit Street, Carnarvon 14 Alheit Street 14 Alheit Street, cnr Park Lane Carnarvon NC 601 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1606 9/2/100/0002-136 6 Hugo Street, Victoria West 6 Hugo Street 6 Hugo Street Victoria West NC 450 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1607 9/2/078/0012-056 Pienaar Street, Richmond Pienaar Street Pienaar Street, cnr Beaufort Street Richmond NC 94 Despite the alterations, the house is still of value to the architectural environment. Register
1608 9/2/078/0012-055 40 Loop Street, Richmond 40 Loop Street 40 Loop Street Richmond NC 328 A very fine well-kept house. Register
1609 9/2/019/0002-144 16 Zahn Street, Carnarvon 16 Zahn Street 16 Zahn Street, cnr Van Riebeeck Street Carnarvon NC 19 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1610 9/2/078/0012-054 38 Loop Street, Richmond 38 Loop Street 38 Loop Street Richmond NC 329 The house is typical of much of the town's architecturwe and contributes to te environment Register
1611 9/2/100/0002-135 11 New Street, Victoria West Vergenoeg 11 New Street Victoria West NC 447 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1612 9/2/100/0002-137 20 Richmond Street, Victoria West 20 Richmond Street 20 Richmond Street, cnr New Street Victoria West NC 442 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1613 9/2/100/0002-133 136 Church Street, Victoria West 136 Church Street 136 Church Street Victoria West NC 4 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1614 9/2/078/0012-019 26 Loop Street, Richmond 26 Loop Street 26 Loop Street Richmond NC 314 Was possibly originally a flat roofed Karoo type house. A good house that contributes to the archite Register
1615 9/2/100/0002-146 3 Goldman Street, Victoria West 3 Goldman Street 3 Goldman Street Victoria West NC 433 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1616 9/2/100/0002-145 1 Cypress Street, Victoria West Lushof 1 Cypress Street Victoria West NC 112 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1617 9/2/049/0120-088 21 Egerton Road, Kimberley 21 Egerton Road 21 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 467 Register
1618 9/2/035/0012-048 Grace Street, Hanover Grace Street Grace Street Hanover NC 49 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1619 9/2/078/0012-020 Paul Street, Richmond Mortuary Paul Street, cnr Pienaar Street Richmond NC 438 19th C? A pleasently proportioned building, a landmark. Register
1620 9/2/049/0120-089 5 Egerton Road, Kimberley 5 Egerton Road 5 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 570 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
1621 9/2/100/0014-007 Erf 50, Market Street, Vosburg Erf 50, Market Street Market Street Vosburg NC 50 Largely intact Victorian dwelling with two forward projecting gables. It contributes significantly Register
1622 9/2/100/0002-144 19 Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West 19 Helpmekaar Street 19 Helpmekaar Street, cnr Voortrekker Street Victoria West NC 672 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1623 9/2/035/0012-032 Cnr Viljoen and Ryneveldt Streets, Hanover Cnr Viljoen and Ryneveldt Streets Viljoen Street, cnr Ryneveldt Street Hanover NC 130 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1624 9/2/100/0002-142 112 Church Street, Victoria West 112 Church Street 112 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 27 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1625 9/2/035/0012-034 Cnr Rhyneveldt and Boom Streets, Hanover Cnr Rhyneveldt and Boom Streets Rhyneveldt Street, cnr Boom Street Hanover NC 221 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1626 9/2/100/0002-151 1 Auret Street, Victoria West 1 Auret Street 1 Auret Street, cnr Probart Street Victoria West NC 399 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1627 9/2/035/0012-033 Erf 224, Murray Street, Hanover Erf 224, Murray Street Murray Street Hanover NC 224 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1628 9/2/078/0012-010 148 Pienaar Street, Richmond Boom-Skraap 148 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 200 An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment. Register
1629 9/2/078/0012-047 54 Loop Street, Richmond 54 Loop Street 54 Loop Street Richmond NC 197 In keeping with street's architecture Register
1630 9/2/078/0012-063 66 Loop Street, Richmond 66 Loop Street 66 Loop Street Richmond NC 57 An attractive building enhancing the architectural environment Register
1631 9/2/100/0002-105 1 New Street, Victoria West AGS Church 1 New Street, cnr Church Street Victoria West NC 456 A fine unspoilt cottage of architectural value Register
1632 9/2/078/0012-021 216 Paul Street, Richmond 216 Paul Street 216 Paul Street Richmond NC 490 & 491 Should be ugraded and preserved Register
1633 9/2/100/0003-034 Erf 132, Church Street, Vosburg Erf 132, Church Street Church Street Vosburg NC 132 A fine example of a small Karoo dwelling and outbuilding. It has aesthetic merit and contributes to Pending
1634 9/2/100/0002-134 6 Parkes Street, Victoria West 6 Parkes Street 6 Parkes Street Victoria West NC 326 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1635 9/2/023/0007 26 Bell Street, Colesberg 26 Bell Street 26 Bell Street Colesberg NC 309 his historic house is representative of the early Karoo architectural style. The house, together with the adjoining houses in Bell Street, forms an interesting historic and architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
1636 9/2/100/0014-037 Erf 33, Market Street, Vosburg Erf 33, Market Street Market Street Vosburg NC 33 An excellent example of a small Karoo dwelling in a largely intact condition. Register
1637 9/2/019/0009 Corbelled Buildings, T'Kokoboos, Carnarvon District Corbelled Buildings T'Kokobos, Carnarvon District Carnarvon NC T'Kokoboos is one of only two dated corbelled complexes in the Carnarvon District. It is a well pres Provincial Heritage Site
1638 9/2/023/0011 34 Bell Street, Colesberg 34 Bell Street 34 Bell Street Colesberg NC 303 This house is representative of early Karoo architecture. It is square with a beautiful cornice and interesting fan- light above the door. Provincial Heritage Site
1639 9/2/100/0014-036 Erf 153, Church Street, Vosburg Erf 153, Church Street Church Street Vosburg NC 153 A fine example of a Karoo vernacular building. Located on a corner. Largely intact. It has aesthe Register
1640 9/2/100/0014-035 Erf 165, Van Rensburg Street, Vosburg Erf 165, Van Rensburg Street Van Rensburg Street, cnr Plein Street Vosburg NC 165 A well kept Victorian cottage which has been sensitively modernised. It has an interesting roof con Register
1641 9/2/023/0008 28 Bell Street, Colesberg 28 Bell Street 28 Bell Street Colesberg NC 308 This house is representative of early Karoo architecture. The building is square with fine cornice. Provincial Heritage Site
1642 9/2/035/0012-030 Cnr Market and Rawstorne Streets, Hanover Cnr Market and Rawstorne Streets Market Street, cnr Rawstorne Street Hanover NC 512 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1643 9/2/023/0033-034 11 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 11 D'Urban Row 11 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 453 Intrinsic architectural/ aesthetic merit Register
1644 9/2/017/0009 42-44 Hope Street, Calvinia Hantam House 42-44 Hope Street Calvinia NC 181, 182 Originally one of the gabled houses erected near the Dutch Reformed Church. Possibly the first erf in Calvinia to be measured. Provincial Heritage Site
1645 9/2/100/0002-085 103 Church Street, Victoria West 103 Church Street 103 Church Street Victoria West NC 146 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1646 9/2/100/0002-094 97 Church Street, Victoria West Semper Eadem 97 Church Street, cnr Schultz Street Victoria West NC 138 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1647 9/2/023/0033-033 2 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg 2 Ventershoek Street 2 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 1321 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1648 9/2/019/0002-149 12 Grey Street, Carnarvon 12 Grey Street 12 Grey Street Carnarvon NC 74 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1649 9/2/035/0012-029 Cnr Darling and Berg Streets, Hanover Cnr Darling and Berg Streets Darling Street, cnr Berg Street Hanover NC 515 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1650 9/2/019/0002-150 Johanna Street, Carnarvon Johanna Street Johanna Street, cnr Hanau Street Carnarvon NC 647 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1651 9/2/078/0012-050 145 Pienaar Street, Richmond 145 Pienaar Street 145 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 345 Late 19th early 20th C? Typical of local architecture Register
1652 9/2/029/0006 Old Parsonage Museum, Fraserburg Ou Pastorie Museum Fraserburg NC Provincial Heritage Site
1653 9/2/019/0002-147 5 End Street, Carnarvon 5 End Street 5 End Street Carnarvon NC 316 Environmental interest Register
1654 9/2/078/0012-018 56 Loop Street, Richmond 56 Loop Street 56 Loop Street Richmond NC 196 In keeping with street's architecture Register
1655 9/2/100/0002-077 10 Fraser Street, Victoria West 10 Fraser Street 10 Fraser Street Victoria West NC 477 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1656 9/2/019/0002-145 1 End Street, Carnarvon 1 End Street 1 End Street Carnarvon NC 214 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1657 9/2/019/0002-146 9-11 Grey Street, Carnarvon 9-11 Grey Street 9-11 Grey Street Carnarvon NC 84 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1658 9/2/100/0002-115 4 Fraser Street, Victoria West 4 Fraser Street 4 Fraser Street Victoria West NC 484 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1659 9/2/100/0002-092 7 Fraser Street, Victoria West 7 Fraser Street 7 Fraser Street Victoria West NC 471 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1660 9/2/100/0002-091 2 Fraser Street, Victoria West 2 Fraser Street 2 Fraser Street, cnr Church Street Victoria West NC 485 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1661 9/2/078/0012-046 168 Pienaar Street, Richmond 168 Pienaar Street 168 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 334 Pity about the modern windows enclosing part of the verandah. Handsome house typical of its kind in Register
1662 9/2/100/0002-090 5 Victoria Street, Victoria West 5 Victoria Street 5 Victoria Street Victoria West NC 217 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1663 9/2/035/0012-031 Gouws Street, Hanover Gouws Street Gouws Street Hanover NC 514 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1664 9/2/100/0002-089 1 Victoria Street, Victoria West 1 Victoria Street 1 Victoria Street, cnr Maeder Street Victoria West NC 215 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1665 9/2/100/0002-088 9 Market Street, Victoria West 9 Market Street 9 Market Street Victoria West NC 309 This is a very interesting house from and architectural and local cultural point of view. Register
1666 9/2/100/0014-040 Erf 151, Human Street, Vosburg Erf 151, Human Street Human Street Vosburg NC 151 The building is largely intact and has a very fine, if illkept, street elevation. Register
1667 9/2/078/0012-052 270 Hope Street, Richmond 270 Hope Street 270 Hope Street Richmond NC 225 Another of the few remaining relatively unspoilt houses of its kind in the town. Register
1668 9/2/100/0002-087 8 New Street, Victoria West 8 New Street 8 New Street Victoria West NC 467 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1669 9/2/100/0002-076 89B Church Street, Victoria West 89B Church Street 89B Church Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 118 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1670 9/2/100/0014-039 Erf 111, Church Street, Vosburg Erf 111, Church Street Church Street Vosburg NC 111 Good example of a Karoo dwelling, unaltered and in an isolated location. Contributes to the environ Register
1671 9/2/019/0002-148 10 Church Street, Carnarvon 10 Church Street 10 Church Street Carnarvon NC 111 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1672 9/2/078/0012-053 67 Loop Street, Richmond 67 Loop Street 67 Loop Street Richmond NC 20 1920's appearence, possibly older. Register
1673 9/2/091/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Sutherland Dutch Reformed Church Sutherland NC Provincial Heritage Site
1674 9/2/023/0033-053 14 Kort Street, Colesberg 14 Kort Street 14 Kort Street Colesberg NC 400 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1675 9/2/078/0012-011 15 Loop Street, Richmond 15 Loop Street 15 Loop Street, cnr Spring Street Richmond NC 319 A very fine building. Register
1676 9/2/023/0033-052 1 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg 1 Stockenstrom Square 1 Stockenstrom Square Colesberg NC 422 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1677 9/2/023/0033-051 Erf 443, Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg Erf 443, Stockenstrom Square Stockenstrom Square Colesberg NC 443 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1678 9/2/078/0012-001 247 Church Street, Richmond 247 Church Street 247 Church Street Richmond NC 380 One of hte few relatively unspoilt Karoo type houses in Richmond and typical of this street Register
1679 9/2/023/0033-050 2 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg 2 Stockenstrom Square 2 Stockenstrom Square Colesberg NC 420 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1680 9/2/023/0033-049 Erf 505, 64 Church Street, Colesberg Erf 505, 64 Church Street 64 Church Street Colesberg NC 505 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1681 9/2/035/0012-036 Erf 393, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover Erf 393, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover Gouws Street, cnr Duncan Street Hanover NC 393 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1682 9/2/023/0033-047 Erf 516, Church Street, Colesberg Erf 516, Church Street Church Street Colesberg NC 516 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1683 9/2/023/0033-016 Ellerslie, Church Street, Colesberg Ellerslie Church Street Colesberg NC 502 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1684 9/2/078/0012-014 156 Pienaar Street, Richmond 156 Pienaar Street 156 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 208 Altered building, facebricks should be painted Register
1685 9/2/023/0033-046 18 Kort Street, Colesberg 18 Kort Street 18 Kort Street Colesberg NC 398 & 399 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1686 9/2/100/0002-058 4 Cypress Street, Victoria West 4 Cypress Street 4 Cypress Street Victoria West NC 90 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1687 9/2/100/0002-130 17 Brinkman Street, Victoria West Nietehoog 17 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 182 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1688 9/2/100/0002-129 11 Brinkman Street, Victoria West 11 Brinkman Street 11 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 191 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1689 9/2/019/0002-134 2 Victoria Street, Carnarvon 2 Victoria Street 2 Victoria Street, cnr Hanau Street Carnarvon NC 124 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1690 9/2/019/0002-135 8 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon 8 Sterrenberg Street 8 Sterrenberg Street Carnarvon NC 163 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1691 9/2/023/0033-048 11 Bell Street, Colesberg 11 Bell Street 11 Bell Street Colesberg NC 295 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1692 9/2/100/0002-022 87 Church Street, Victoria West 87 Church Street 87 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 111 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1693 9/2/049/0120-072 15 Dalham Road, Kimberley 15 Dalham Road 15 Dalham Road Kimberley NC 885 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance. Register - Query
1694 9/2/100/0002-024 89 Church Street, Victoria West 89 Church Street 89 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 118 Outstanding architectural merit Register
1695 9/2/078/0012-006 208 Paul Street, Richmond Morgue 208 Paul Street, cnr Pienaar Street Richmond NC 425 In scale and style these buildings fit in with the architectural environment. Register
1696 9/2/078/0012-007 258 Church Street, Richmond April 258 Church Street, cnr Brink Street Richmond NC 357 An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment. Register
1697 9/2/078/0012-008 60 Loop Street, Richmond 60 Loop Street 60 Loop Street Richmond NC 52 An attractive unspoilt building enhancing the architectural environment Register
1698 9/2/019/0002-023 Old Parsonage, Union Square, Carnarvon Old Parsonage Union Square Carnarvon NC 181 Provincial Heritage Site
1699 9/2/023/0033-004 5 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg 5 Rhyneveld Street 5 Rhyneveld Street Colesberg NC 247 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1700 9/2/019/0002-128 19 Church Street, Carnarvon 19 Church Street 19 Church Street Carnarvon NC 439 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1701 9/2/100/0002-023 109 Church Street, Victoria West 109 Church Street 109 Church Street Victoria West NC 143 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1702 9/2/023/0033-057 4-6 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg 4-6 Ventershoek Street 4-6 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 127, 126 & 774 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1703 9/2/023/0033-002 21 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 21 D'Urban Row 21 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 458 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1704 9/2/078/0012-009 152 Pienaar Street, Richmond 152 Pienaar Street 152 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 235 Contributes to the architectural environment Register
1705 9/2/049/0127 186 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley 186 Du Toitspan Road 186 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 557 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
1706 9/2/100/0002-021 83 Church Street, Victoria West 83 Church Street 83 Church Street Victoria West NC 92 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1707 9/2/049/0120-085 19 Egerton Road, Kimberley 19 Egerton Road 19 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 468 Register
1708 9/2/023/0033-043 4 Bell Street, Colesberg 4 Bell Street 4 Bell Street Colesberg NC 333 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1709 9/2/023/0033-045 10 Bell Street, Colesberg 10 Bell Street 10 Bell Street Colesberg NC 339 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1710 9/2/023/0033-030 23 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg 23 Ventershoek Street 23 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 55 & 56 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1711 9/2/023/0033-003 16 Campbell Street, Colesberg 16 Campbell Street 16 Campbell Street Colesberg NC 558 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1712 9/2/049/0120-087 22 Milner Street, Kimberley 22 Milner Street 22 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 938 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1713 9/2/100/0002-128 9 Brinkman Street, Victoria West 9 Brinkman Street 9 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 192 A very fine house of architectural value and a good example of its style. Register
1714 9/2/100/0002-117 57 Church Street, Victoria West 57 Church Street 57 Church Street Victoria West NC 368 & 852 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1715 9/2/100/0002-116 15 Auret Street, Victoria West 15 Auret Street 15 Auret Street Victoria West NC 393 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1716 9/2/019/0002-137 4 Daniel Street, Carnarvon 4 Daniel Street 4 Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 510 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1717 9/2/023/0033-038 24 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg 24 Stockenstrom Street 24 Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 382 & 383 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1718 9/2/023/0033-037 4 Low Street, Colesberg 4 Low Street 4 Louw Street Colesberg NC 43 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1719 9/2/023/0033-036 35 Church Street, Colesberg 35 Church Street 35 Church Street Colesberg NC 496 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1720 9/2/049/0069 199 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 199 Dutoitspan Road 199 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 526 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1721 9/2/023/0033-035 20 Church Street, Colesberg 20 Church Street 20 Church Street Colesberg NC 242 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1722 9/2/035/0012-038 Cnr Duncan and Darling Streets, Hanover Cnr Duncan and Darling Streets Duncan Street, cnr Darling Street Hanover NC 328 Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1723 9/2/100/0002-141 25 Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West 25 Helpmekaar Street 25 Helpmekaar Street, cnr Voortrekker Street Victoria West NC 522 Of local architectural and cultural value and an interesting example of corrugated iron architecture Register
1724 9/2/100/0002-122 130 Church Street, Victoria West 130 Church Street 130 Church Street Victoria West NC 7 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1725 9/2/100/0002-124 54 Church Street, Victoria West 54 Church Street 54 Church Street Victoria West NC 354 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1726 9/2/100/0002-150 122 Church Street, Victoria West 122 Church Street 122 Church Street Victoria West NC 16 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1727 9/2/100/0002-149 120 Church Street, Victoria West 120 Church Street 120 Church Street Victoria West NC 17 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1728 9/2/035/0012-025 Outbuilding, Boom Street, Hanover Outbuilding Boom Street Hanover NC 217 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1729 9/2/100/0002-148 118 Church Street, Victoria West 118 Church Street 118 Church Street Victoria West NC 20 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1730 9/2/023/0032 3 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg 3 Rhyneveld Street 3 Rhyneveld Street Colesberg NC 258 This house and 'Bordeaux' are the only two remaining luxury 'dorpshuis' in Colesberg, Owned by weal Register
1731 9/2/035/0009 Olive Schreiner House, 11 Grace Street, Hanover Olive Schreiner House 11 Grace Street Hanover NC 51 Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1732 9/2/100/0002-132 8A, 8B, 8C Parkes Street, Victoria West 8A 8A, 8B, 8C Parkes Street Victoria West NC 1110 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1733 9/2/100/0002-147 114 Church Street, Victoria West 114 Church Street 114 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 25 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1734 9/2/019/0002-136 24 Daniel Street, Carnarvon 24 Daniel Street 24 Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 554 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1735 9/2/023/0033-044 39 Church Street, Colesberg 39 Church Street 39 Church Street Colesberg NC 498 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1736 9/2/023/0033-059 5 Church Street, Colesberg Hazeldene 5 Church Street Colesberg NC 314 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1737 9/2/100/0002-126 3 Fraser Street, Victoria West 3 Fraser Street 3 Fraser Street Victoria West NC 465 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1738 9/2/100/0002-125 1 Kempen Street, Victoria West 1 Kempen Street 1 Kempen Street, cnr Daniel Hugo Street Victoria West NC 126 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1739 9/2/100/0002-114 12 Malan Street, Victoria West 12 Malan Street 12 Malan Street Victoria West NC 614 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1740 9/2/078/0012-017 120 Pienaar Street, Richmond 120 Pienaar Street 120 Pienaar Street, cnr Blake Street Richmond NC 73 Enhances the architectural enviroment. Register
1741 9/2/100/0002-123 19 Malan Street, Victoria West 19 Malan Street 19 Malan Street Victoria West NC 583 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1742 9/2/100/0002-127 5 Brinkman Street, Victoria West 5 Brinkman Street 5 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 197 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1743 9/2/100/0002-121 4 Parsonage Street, Victoria West Anker 4 Parsonage Street Victoria West NC 78 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1744 9/2/100/0002-120 5A Parkes Street, Victoria West 5A Parkes Street 5A Parkes Street Victoria West NC 327 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1745 9/2/023/0025 5 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg 5 Stockenstrom Square 5 Stockenstrom Square Colesberg NC 407, 408, 413 & 414 Fine example of Karoo architecture. Early 20th century modifications made eg. hipped roof, central g Register
1746 9/2/100/0002-119 1 Commercial Street, Victoria West 1 Commercial Street 1 Commercial Street, cnr Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 58 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1747 9/2/023/0033-039 6 Church Street, Colesberg 6 Church Street 6 Church Street Colesberg NC 257 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1748 9/2/078/0012-015 14 Spring Street, Richmond 14 Spring Street 14 Spring Street Richmond NC 302 Late 19th or early 20th century. Register
1749 9/2/100/0002-118 3 Brinkman Street, Victoria West 3 Brinkman Street 3 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 199 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1750 9/2/078/0012-016 158 Pienaar Street, Richmond 158 Pienaar Street 158 Pienaar Street, cnr Church Street Richmond NC 340 This house is sympathetic to the architectural environment. Register
1751 9/2/023/0033-042 17 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg 17 Ventershoek Street 17 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 61, 62, 63 & 64 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1752 9/2/049/0120-036 Cenotaph, Spencer Street, Kimberley Cenotaph Spencer Street Kimberley NC Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1753 9/2/023/0005 Dutch Reformed Church, Colesberg Dutch Reformed Church Colesberg NC 311 The church is the major landmark in Colesberg and is closely associated with the development of the Provincial Heritage Site
1754 9/2/019/0003 Dutch Reformed Mission Church Complex, Union Square, Carnarvon Dutch Reformed Mission Church Complex Union Square Carnarvon NC The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in Provincial Heritage Site
1755 9/2/049/0039 Oriental Building, 27 De Beers Road, Kimberley Oriental Building 27 De Beers Road Kimberley NC 9731 The Oriental building is the only remaining example of its architectural type in Kimberley. It chara Provisional Protection
1756 9/2/023/0033-025 Erf 230 and 232, 28 Church Street, Colesberg Shop 28 Church Street Colesberg NC 230 & 232 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1757 9/2/017/0005 Dutch Reformed Church, 15 Dorp Street, Calvinia Dutch Reformed Church 15 Dorp Street Calvinia NC 82 The foundation-stone of this building was laid on 30 September 1899. The church was inaugurated in November 1900. It is an imposing Neo-Gothic cruciform church that was designed by J Gaysford and that constitutes the most important architectural element i Provincial Heritage Site
1758 9/2/074/0007 Old Police Station complex, Rhodes Street, Danielskuil Old Police Station complex 8 Rhodes Street Danielskuil NC 295 Register
1759 9/2/008/0008 Sydney-on-Vaal, Barkly West District Sydney-on-Vaal Farm Than 280, Barkly West District Barkly West NC Sydney-on-Vaal is an excellent example of a village planned in the English tradition of a green or square as the Heritage Area
1760 9/2/035/0003-002 Post Office, Church Street, Hanover Post Office Church Street Hanover NC 139 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1761 9/2/049/0060 Cape Police Memorial, Lodge Road, Kimberley Cape Police Memorial Lodge Road Kimberley NC 2517 Register
1762 9/2/023/0033-026 8 Campbell Street, Colesberg 8 Campbell Street 8 Campbell Street Colesberg NC 551 & 552 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1763 9/2/066/0024-002 Old Church, Rhenish Mission Complex, Steinkopf Old Church Rhenish Mission Complex, Concordia Steinkopf NC 2054 Provincial Heritage Site
1764 9/2/100/0007 Dutch Reformed Church, 67 Church Street, Victoria West Dutch Reformed Church 67 Church Street Victoria West NC 229 The church in Victoria West is one of the first constructed in the NC. It is largely unaltered a Provincial Heritage Site
1765 9/2/066/0021-002 First Dutch Reformed Church, Synagogue Street, Springbok First Dutch Reformed Church Synagogue Street Springbok NC Provincial Heritage Site
1766 9/2/035/0012-015 Hanover Primary School, Rawstornes Street, Hanover Hanover Primary School Rawstornes Street Hanover NC 303 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1767 9/2/100/0002-044 Old Victoria West Primary School, Auret Street, Victoria West Old Victoria West Primary School Auret Street Victoria West NC 371 A simple but fine building which could be investigated for proclamtion as it is of local and cultura Register
1768 9/2/066/0021-001 Old Synagogue, Synagogue Street, Springbok Old Synagogue Synagogue Street Springbok NC Provincial Heritage Site
1769 9/2/071/0005 Magistrate's Court, Market Street, Philipstown Magistrate's Court Market Street Philipstown NC 374 Register
1770 9/2/049/0120-035 7 Carrington Road, Kimberley 7 Carrington Road 7 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1162 Register
1771 9/2/100/0014-019 Hunters Home Hotel, Market Street, Vosburg Hunters Home Hotel Market Street Vosburg NC 58, 61 & 62 Other than the Dutch Reformed Church this building is pivotal in the town. Although alterations hav Register
1772 9/2/023/0013-001 1 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 1 D'Urban Row 1 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 768 This property with its double-storeyed Georgian house forms an integral part of the historic core of Colesberg. The house dates from the 1830s while the stables and rondavel shaped building at the rear are presumably much older. Provincial Heritage Site
1773 9/2/100/0002-051 Town Hall, 65 Church Street, Victoria West Town Hall 65 Church Street Victoria West NC 228 Of architectural and cultural value Register
1774 9/2/035/0012-023 Hall, cnr Market and Darling Streets, Hanover Hall Market Street, cnr Darling Street Hanover NC 233 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1775 9/2/023/0033-028 27 Church Street, Colesberg 27 Church Street 27 Church Street Colesberg NC 491 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1776 9/2/066/0020 Copper smelting chimney, Springbok Copper smelting chimney Springbok NC Provincial Heritage Site
1777 9/2/066/0021 Old Synagogue and First Dutch Reformed Church, Synagogue Street, Springbok Old Synagogue and First Dutch Reformed Church Springbok NC This oblong stone building that was erected in 1877 was the first Ned. Geref. Church building in Springbok. It was restored in 1899 and served increasingly as a church building until 1921. The adjacent Jewish Synagogue was erected by M. Klawansky in 1929. Provincial Heritage Site
1778 9/2/100/0002-050 96, 98 and 100 Church Street, Victoria West 96 96, 98 & 100 Church Street, cnr Commercial Street Victoria West NC 43, 45,46, 47, 48 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1779 9/2/023/0015 Horse and Mill, Bell Street, Colesberg Horse and Mill Bell Street Colesberg NC 329 This square, double storeyed warehouse is the only remaining example of its kind in Colesberg and, together with the other historic buildings in Bell Street, forms, a unique architectural and historic group. Provincial Heritage Site
1780 9/2/100/0014-020 Garage, Market Street, Vosburg Garage Market Street Vosburg NC 53 An intact early outbuilding, probably originally a stable. Interesting Cape end gables. It contrib Register
1781 9/2/023/0017 Kemper Museum, Rhyneveld Square, Colesberg Kemper Museum Rhyneveld Square Colesberg NC 271 Provincial Heritage Site
1782 9/2/035/0012-022 Shop complex, Market Street, Hanover Shop complex Market Street Hanover NC 288 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1783 9/2/035/0012-021 Shop, cnr Darling and Loop Streets, Hanover Shop Darling Street, cnr Loop Street Hanover NC 294 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1784 9/2/100/0002-038 Municipal offices, 84B Church Street, Victoria West Municipal offices 84B Church Street Victoria West NC 254 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1785 9/2/035/0012-020 Standard Bank, cnr Market and Darling Streets, Hanover Standard Bank Market Street, cnr Darling Street Hanover NC 230 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1786 9/2/078/0012-026 140 Pienaar Street, Richmond Du Plessis en Seun 140 Pienaar Street, cnr Market Street Richmond NC 193 Largely in its original state and is of local historical and architectural value. Register
1787 9/2/023/0033-027 49 Church Street, Colesberg Avon Hand Made Gifts 49 Church Street Colesberg NC 503 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1788 9/2/078/0004 De Oude Dak, 237 Paul Street, Richmond De Oude Dak, 237 Paul Street, Richmond 237 Paul Street Richmond NC 398 De Oude Dak is one of only three known Cape Dutch style buildings in the NC and is the ol Provincial Heritage Site
1789 9/2/049/0098 Magersfontein Battlefield, Kimberley District Magersfontein Battelfield Kimberley District Kimberley NC 178 One of the major battles of the Anglo-Boer War, the Battle of Magersfontein took place here on 11 December 1899. Provincial Heritage Site
1790 9/2/100/0002-049 72 Church Street, Victoria West 72 Church Street 72 Church Street, cnr Victoria Street Victoria West NC 335 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1791 9/2/067/0003 Old Anglican Church, Shaw Street, Noupoort Old Anglican Church Noupoort NC The stone church in the neo-Gothic style was erected in 1901 by British troops, who had their headquarters at Noupoort, and is intimately associated with the history of the town. Provincial Heritage Site
1792 9/2/035/0002-014 Bell Street, Hanover Bell Street Bell Street Hanover NC 379 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1793 9/2/100/0002-065 4 Parkes Street, Victoria West 4 Parkes Street 4 Parkes Street Victoria West NC 325 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1794 9/2/100/0002-074 Methodist Church, 1 Brinkman Street, Victoria West Methodist Church 1 Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 200 & 290 A very striking building of local architectural and cultural value. Register
1795 9/2/049/0034 Queens Park, Park Road, Kimberley Queens Park Park Road Kimberley NC 1 Register
1796 9/2/035/0003-001 Magistrate's Court, Church Street, Hanover Magistrate's Court Church Street Hanover NC 134 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1797 9/2/035/0012-024 Library, Darling Street, Hanover Library Darling Street Hanover NC 234 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1798 9/2/100/0009 Municipal Cemetery, Richmond Street, Victoria West Cemetery Richmond Street Victoria West NC 476 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1799 9/2/023/0033-020 Bridge, Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg Bridge Sarel Cilliers Street Colesberg NC Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1800 9/2/023/0033-018 Cemetery, Church Street, Colesberg Cemetery Church Street Colesberg NC 596 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1801 9/2/066/0017 Cornish pump building, Okiep, Namaqualand District Cornish pump building Okiep NC This unique pump engine, typical of that invented by Thomas Newcome of Cornwall in 1712, was used to pump water from the O'Okiep mine during the period 1882 to 1929. The pump engine was restored in 1965-1968. Provincial Heritage Site
1802 9/2/100/0010-002 Conservation Area #2, Victoria West Conservation Area #2 Victoria West NC Heritage Area
1803 9/2/049/0016 Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum, 10 Chapel Street, Kimberley Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum 10 Chapel Street Kimberley NC 10340 This imposing double storeyed building, erected 1907, was designed by the architect Carstairs Rogers on the instruction of Mrs Margaret McGregor as a memorial to her husband Alexander McGregor, a diamond pioneer who was the Mayor of Kimberley in 1886. The Provincial Heritage Site
1804 9/2/049/0022 McGregor Museum, Atlas Street, Kimberley McGregor Museum Atlas Street Kimberley NC 16429 This building, designed by th architect D W Greatbatch, was erected in 1897 as a recuperative hotel and was known as the Kimberley Sanatorium. In 1908 De Beers Consolidated Mines changed the name to Belgrave Hotel and it served as a luxury hotel until 193 Provincial Heritage Site
1805 9/2/049/0030 Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley Kimberley Boys' High School Memorial Road Kimberley NC The school building represents the peak of an architects school in Kimberley that ended with the out Provincial Heritage Site
1806 9/2/049/0030-003 Memorial Library, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley Memorial Library, Kimberley Boys' High School Memorial Road Kimberley NC 882 Provincial Heritage Site
1807 9/2/032/0012 Water Wheel, Main Street, Keimoes Water wheel Main Street Keimoes NC 904 This historic water-wheel is one of the few of its kind remaining in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1808 9/2/049/0003/002 Belgravia Conservation Area, Kimberley Belgravia Conservation Area Belgravia, Kimberley Kimberley NC Heritage Area
1809 9/2/049/0024 Kimberley Girls' High School, Rendlesham Road, Kimberley Kimberley Girls High School Rendlesham Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 12173 The corner-stone of this impressive red-brick building complex, sesigned by the architect D.W. Greatbatch, was laid on 17 May 1906. the Contractor was J. Newton and the terra-cotta work was executed by the firm church & McLauchlin. The Kimberley Girls' Provincial Heritage Site
1810 9/2/075/0007 Old Municipal Cemetery, Prieska Old Cemetery Prieska NC 343 The graveyard is of aesthetic interest. The war graves are of historic interest. Register
1811 9/2/019/0003-001 Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Unieplein, Carnarvon Dutch Reformed Mission Church Union Square Carnarvon NC The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in Provincial Heritage Site
1812 9/2/035/0004 Police Station and Gaol, 13 Church Street, Hanover Police Station and Gaol 13 Church Street Hanover NC 158 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1813 9/2/105/0003 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Erf 381, River Street, Warrenton Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse River Street Warrenton NC 381 Situated to protect strategic positions along the Vaal River during the Anglo-Boer War the Blockhous Provincial Heritage Site
1814 9/2/019/0002-080 10 Daniel Street, Carnarvon 10 Daniel Street 10 Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 94 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1815 9/2/074/0009 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Danielskuil Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Danielskuil, Postmasburg District Danielskuil NC 754 It was erected by the British Garrison stationed there during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) under t Provincial Heritage Site
1816 9/2/035/0012-001 Irrigation furrow and trees on eastern side of town, Hanover Irrigation furrow and trees Eastern side of town Hanover NC 169 Aesthetically pleasing precinct which gives character to Christoffel Street. Register
1817 9/2/078/0012-027 132 Pienaar Street, Richmond Church 132 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 60 Early 20th C? An atrractive building that enhances the streetscape. Register
1818 9/2/105/0004 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Warrenton Kultuuroord, Erf 327, Warrenton Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Warrenton NC 327 Situated to protect strategic positions along the Vaal River during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) t Provincial Heritage Site
1819 9/2/078/0012-028 Eastern end of Pienaar Street, Richmond Sprigg Bridge Eastern end of Pienaar Street Richmond NC Built in 1883 Register
1820 9/2/049/0005/001 Market Square, Kimberley Market Square Kimberley NC The Market Square was the centre around which the City of Kimberley arose. It was the scene of many important events in the history of the City and of the Republic. Provincial Heritage Site
1821 9/2/049/0018 Kimberley Africana Library, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley Kimberley Africana Library Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC The building is one of the city's oldest and is an important example of its type which was made poss Provincial Heritage Site
1822 9/2/023/0033-023 Masonic Hall, Campbell Street, Colesberg Masonic Hall Campbell Street Colesberg NC 561 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1823 9/2/023/0033-021 Chirst Church, Church Street, Colesberg Christ Church Church Street Colesberg NC 490 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1824 9/2/100/0014-014 Old Parsonage, Market Street, Vosburg Old Parsonage Market Street Vosburg NC 45 An excellent example of an early Victorian residence which is intact in architectural detail. It is Register
1825 9/2/035/0012-012 Dutch Reformed Church Office, cnr Ryneveldt and Murray Street, Hanover Dutch Reformed Church office cnr Ryneveldt and Murray Street Hanover NC 223 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1826 9/2/055/0003-001 Mission Church, Kuruman Moffat Mission, Seodin Street, Kuruman Mission Church Kuruman NC 5 One of the most important historical sites in the NC. Robert Moffat preached at the churc Provincial Heritage Site
1827 9/2/107/0004 Dutch Reformed Church, Robinsky Street, Williston Dutch Reformed Church Robinsky Street Williston NC 82 This neo-Gothic church, the cornerstone of which was laid on 12 November 1912, was erected by the builder Van Der Hoven in the years 1912-1913 from locally procured stone and other material. The church was officially consecrated on 31 August 1913 by the R Provincial Heritage Site
1828 9/2/023/0031 Bordeaux, 7 Church Street, Colesberg Bordeaux 7 Church Street Colesberg NC 315 'Bordeaux' is one of only two remaining examples of luxury Dorpshuise built by farmers in Register
1829 15/K/Spr/2 Van der Stel's Copper Mine, Carolusberg, Namaqualand District Van der Stel's Copper Mine NC This piece of land, which is owned by the O'okiep Copper Company Limited, contains a mine shaft sunk by Commander Simon van der Stel on an expedition to the Copper Mountains in 1685. The date, and most likely the other inscriptions, on the nearby rocks a Provincial Heritage Site
1830 9/2/049/0106 Trinity Methodist Church, Chapel Street, Kimberley Trinity Methodist Church Chapel Street Kimberley NC 10251 As a historical landmark in Kimberley, the Trinity Methodist Church complex is of compact design and Provincial Heritage Site
1831 9/2/019/0002-155 6 River Street, Carnarvon 6 River Street 6 River Street Carnarvon NC 53 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1832 9/2/023/0033-032 6 Grey Street, Colesberg 6 Grey Street 6 Grey Street Colesberg NC 88 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1833 9/2/019/0002-153 5 River Street, Carnarvon 5 River Street 5 River Street Carnarvon NC 62 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1834 9/2/078/0012-062 268 Hope Street, Richmond 268 Hope Street 268 Hope Street Richmond NC 226 The house contributes to the environment of this quiet street. Register
1835 9/2/100/0002-081 10 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West 10 Daniel Hugo Street 10 Daniel Hugo Street Victoria West NC 136 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1836 9/2/078/0012-049 28 Loop Street, Richmond 28 Loop Street 28 Loop Street Richmond NC 315 Might have been flat roofed originally. Part of a group and contributes to the architectural envirom Register
1837 9/2/100/0002-080 12 New Street, Victoria West Erika 12 New Street Victoria West NC 472 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1838 9/2/023/0030 5-7 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 5-7 D'Urban Row 5-7 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 449, 450 & 446 The house has been identified as a grade 1 building of outstanding aesthetic/enviromental merit in C Register
1839 9/2/100/0002-052 Prison, Prison Street, Victoria West Prison Prison Street Victoria West NC 276 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1840 9/2/019/0002-154 20 Daniel Street, Carnarvon 20 Daniel Street 20 Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 96 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1841 9/2/049/0090 The Grange, 13 Lodge Road, Kimberley The Grange 13 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 472 & 473 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of De Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers' conservation ar Provincial Heritage Site
1842 9/2/100/0002-078 111 Church Street, Victoria West Ruimte 111 Church Street Victoria West NC 144 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1843 9/2/049/0118 Kiddie House, 11 Currey Street, Kimberley Kiddie House 11 Currey Street Kimberley NC 10633 Kiddie House is an excellent example of architecture in the early twentieth century. It is built wi Provincial Heritage Site
1844 9/2/023/0033-031 President Kruger Street, Colesberg President Kruger Street President Kruger Street Colesberg NC 131 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1845 9/2/100/0014-033 Erf 254, Maeder Street, Vosburg Erf 254, Maeder Street Maeder Street Vosburg NC 254 An excellent example of Karoo vernacular architecture, in particular, the decoration on the Maeder S Register
1846 9/2/100/0002-103 7 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West 7 Daniel Hugo Street 7 Daniel Hugo Street Victoria West NC 129 & 130 Outstanding architectural merit Register
1847 9/2/023/0033-058 8 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg 8 Ventershoek Street 8 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 122 & 123 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1848 9/2/019/0002-156 7 Johanna Street, Carnarvon 7 Johanna Street 7 Johanna Street Carnarvon NC 43 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1849 9/2/100/0002-079 5 Fraser Street, Victoria West 5 Fraser Street 5 Fraser Street Victoria West NC 470 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1850 9/2/100/0014-027 Erf 256, Victoria Street, Vosburg Erf 256, Victoria Street Victoria Street, cnr Van Staden Street Vosburg NC 256 A fine example of the Karoo style building in Vosburg. Detailing on the front facade is note-worthy. Register
1851 9/2/100/0014-028 Shop, Cilliers Street, Vosburg Shop Cilliers Street, cnr Church Street Vosburg NC 80 The shop and outbuildings are a rare surviving example of their type. Register
1852 9/2/019/0002-151 14 Johanna Street, Carnarvon Sonneston 14 Johanna Street Carnarvon NC 36 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1853 9/2/107/0001 Corbelled building, Goraas, Williston District Corbelled building, Goraas Goraas, Williston District NC 130 This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the first settlers in this area and is an important relic of the architectural history, Cultural and National, in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1854 9/2/100/0002-083 12 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West 12 Daniel Hugo Street 12 Daniel Hugo Street Victoria West NC 134 Cottage is in disrepair and could be restored Register
1855 9/2/100/0014-022 Outbuilding, Victoria Street, Vosburg Outbuilding Victoria Street, cnr Van Heerden Street Vosburg NC 183 This unusual Karoo building with an asymmetrical arrangement of openings and an intact werf, boundar Register
1856 9/2/100/0014-032 Erf 139, Church Street, Vosburg Erf 139, Church Street Church Street Vosburg NC 139 With the exception of one insensitive alteration this, building has aesthetic appeal and is largely Register
1857 9/2/100/0014-030 Van Heerden Street, Vosburg Van Heerden Street Van Heerden Street Vosburg NC 141 Virtually unaltered Karoo house with aesthetic appeal in sensitive precinct. Register
1858 9/2/019/0002-152 9 River Street, Carnarvon 9 River Street 9 River Street Carnarvon NC 64 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1859 9/2/023/0009 30 Bell Street, Colesberg 30 Bell Street 30 Bell Street Colesberg NC 306 This house is representative of early Karoo architecture. The building is square with fine cornice. Provincial Heritage Site
1860 9/2/035/0011 Erven 92 and 93, cnr Christoffel and Darling Streets, Hanover Erven 92 and 93 Christoffel Street, cnr Darling Street Hanover NC 92 The Cape Dutch house in Christoffel Street, is one of only two known remaining structures of its type Provincial Heritage Site
1861 9/2/100/0002-082 3 Hugo Street, Victoria West 3 Hugo Street 3 Hugo Street Victoria West NC 423 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1862 9/2/107/0005 Corbelled building, Grootfontein, Williston District Corbelled building Grootfontein, Williston District NC 122 This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the earliest white inhabitants in this area and are important relics of the cultural and national architectural history in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1863 9/2/049/0091 Armagh, 40 Memorial Road, Kimberley Armagh 40 Memorial Road Kimberley NC 881 Armagh is a supurb example of consolidation phase architecture in Kimberley. The residence was designed by the architect Carstairs Rogers in 1901 for Robert Hugh Henderson, founder of the international firm Henderson and Co. General Dealers, and mayor du Provincial Heritage Site
1864 9/2/107/0006 Corbelled building, Brandwag, Williston District Corbelled building Brandwag, Williston District NC 193 This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the earliest white stock farmers in this area and is an important, typically South African relic of this country's cultural and architectural heritage. Provincial Heritage Site
1865 9/2/049/0093 Rugby House, 28 Roper Street, Kimberley Rugby House 28 Roper Street Kimberley NC 8248 Rugby House is unique in South Africa. Frederick James Dobbin, a famous Springbok rugby player buil Provincial Heritage Site
1866 9/2/107/0003 Corbelled building, Arbeidersfontein, Williston District Corbelled building Arbeidersfontein, Williston District NC 150 The original corbelled dwelling, built by Hendriks Esterhuyse in 1872, is almost identical with that at Klipkolk. It is rectangular in plan and has an internal length of 18ft. The walls are 2ft. 3ins. thick and the doorway, placed centrally on the front, Provincial Heritage Site
1867 9/2/107/0002 Corbelled building, Schuinshoogte, Williston District Corbelled building Schuinshoogte, Williston District NC 131 On the older, now deserted, farmstead of Schuinshoogte is a very fine circular corbelled hut which was made the subject of a painting by Vera Volschenk in 1955. This painting is in the possession of the owner of the farm, Mr G S Esterhuysen, who, althoug Provincial Heritage Site
1868 9/2/100/0002-084 14 Cypress Street, Victoria West 14 Cypress Street 14 Cypress Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 99 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1869 9/2/100/0014-029 Erf 20, Market Street, Vosburg Erf 20, Market Street Market Street Vosburg NC 20 This Karoo complex is of outstanding aesthetic merit and has much architectural significance. It is Register
1870 9/2/035/0012-002 Market Square, Corner of Loop, Darling and Market Streets, Hanover Market Square Corner of Loop, Darling and Market Streets Hanover NC 1 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1871 9/2/019/0002-157 5 Daniel Street, Carnarvon Kaya-Lami 5 Daniel Street, cnr Van Riebeeck Street Carnarvon NC 101 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1872 9/2/019/0004 Corbelled house complex, Stuurmansfontein, Carnarvon District Corbelled house complex Stuurmansfontein Carnarvon district Carnarvon NC These peculiar corbelled houses are examples of the ingenuity of the first settlers in this area and are important relics of the cultural and national architectural history in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1874 9/2/008/0005 Old Bridge, Vaal River, Barkly West Old Bridge Vaal River, Barkly West Barkly West NC 281 The road from Kimberley to Barkly West runs in a northwesterly direction and, just befo Provincial Heritage Site
1875 9/2/023/0003 Hebron, Colesberg District Old homestead and threshing floor Hebron, Colesberg District NC 90 Hebron is one of the oldest farms in the area. The old house is an outstanding example of vernacular architecture. The threshing floor is an interesting relic of its time. Provincial Heritage Site
1876 9/2/049/0105 Glacial pavements, Nooitgedacht, Kimberley District Glacial pavements Nooitgedacht, Kimberley District NC 66 The exposures on Nooitgedacht are excellent examples of glacial pavements and have been preserved Provincial Heritage Site
1877 9/2/049/0102 Shooting Box complex, Rooipoort, Kimberley district Shooting Box Complex Rooipoort, Kimberley district Kimberley NC Provincial Heritage Site
1879 9/2/100/0010-001 Conservation Area #1, Victoria West Conservation Area #1 Victoria West NC Heritage Area
1880 9/2/043/0006 Old wagon bridge, Orange River, Hopetown District Old wagon bridge Orange River, Hopetown district Hopetown NC The bridge was built to link the Kimberley diamond mines with the Cape. During the Anglo-Boer War th Provincial Heritage Site
1881 9/2/066/0022 Old All Saints Church, Springbok Old All Saints Church Springbok NC Provincial Heritage Site
1882 9/2/048/0004 Dumortierite Occurence, N'Rougas North, Kenhardt District Dumortierite Occurence N 'Rougas North, Kenhardt District NC Dumortierite is an unusual and rare aluminium silicate mineral with a distinctive blue to blue-green Provincial Heritage Site
1883 9/2/066/0014 Steam Locomotive 'Clara', O'Okiep Copper Company Museum, Nababeep, Namaqualand District Steam locomotive 'Clara' Nababeep NC Clara is one of the last remaining steam locomotives used for conveying copper ore on the historic rail section from Okiep and Nababeep to Port Nolloth. The locomotive was used from 1890 to 1941. Heritage Object
1885 9/2/019/0003-002 Dutch Reformed Mission Church Parsonage, Unieplein, Carnarvon Dutch Reformed Mission Church Parsonage Union Square Carnarvon NC The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in Provincial Heritage Site
1886 9/2/023/0033-014 21 Church Street, Colesberg Building 21 Church Street Colesberg NC 325 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1887 9/2/019/0002-077 Standard Bank, Alheit Street, Carnarvon Standard Bank Alheit Street, cnr Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 183 Outstanding Intristic aesthic/architechral merit Register
1888 9/2/049/0005/002 City Hall, Market Square, Kimberley City Hall Market Square Kimberley NC Provincial Heritage Site
1889 9/2/078/0012-025 129 Pienaar Street, Richmond Bank 129 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 181 It enhances the architectural environment Register
1890 9/2/023/0026 Gideon Joubert House, 9 D'Urban Row, Colesberg Gideon Jourbert House 9 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 451 The property was the 'tuishuis' of Gideon Daniel Joubert, a wealthy farmer at Hebron and member of t Register
1891 9/2/023/0013 3 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 3 D'Urban Row 3 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 768 This property with its double storey house forms an integral part of the historic core of Colesberg. The house dates from the 1830s while the stables and rondavel-shaped building at the rear are presumably much older. Provincial Heritage Site
1892 9/2/049/0096 Memorial to the Pioneers of Aviation, Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District Pioneers of Aviation Memorial Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District Kimberley NC 123 The Memorial to the Pioneers of Aviation, consisting of a symbolic monument designed by A P du Toit and replicas of the first hangar and Compton Paterson biplane, was erected on the site of the original airfield where Cecil Compton Paterson established So Provincial Heritage Site
1893 9/2/017/0010 The Dorpshuis, 63 Water Street, Calvinia The Dorpshuis 63 Water Street Calvinia NC 6 This property includes a very fine mid-19th century dwelling, together with outbuildings Provincial Heritage Site
1894 9/2/049/0100 Homestead, Secretarius, Kimberley District Secretarius Homestead Secretarius, Kimberley District Kimberley NC 89 The Secretarius farmstead is a rare blend of pre-Victorian and Victorian rural architecture, It is o Provincial Heritage Site
1896 9/2/078/0012-051 217 Paul Street, Richmond Clinic 217 Paul Street Richmond NC 417 19th C Register
1897 9/2/078/0012-048 219 Paul Street, Richmond Clinic 219 Paul Street Richmond NC 484 19th C Contributes to the architectural enviroment Register
1898 9/2/019/0010 Van Wyksvlei Dam, Van Wyksvlei Van Wyksvlei Dam Van Wyksvlei, Carnarvon District Van Wyksvlei NC It is one of the oldest dams in South Africa with a large water carrying capacity and is an excellen Provincial Heritage Site
1899 9/2/023/0029 Colesberg Garage, 7 Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg Colesberg Garage 7 Sarel Cilliers Street Colesberg NC 270 The building has being identiefied as a Grade 1 building in Colesberg in the NMC survey of Colesberg Register
1900 9/2/019/0002-158 1 Grey Street, Carnarvon 1 Grey Street 1 Grey Street, cnr Hanau Street Carnarvon NC 79 and 540 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1901 9/2/023/0027 Ortlepps Building, 30 Church Street, Colesberg Ortlepps Building 30 Church Street Colesberg NC 228 & 229 The building is of exceptional aesthic and historic merit and is extricably associated with the deve Provisional Protection
1902 9/2/023/0028 Fleetwood Rawstorne House, 1 New Street, Colesberg Fleetwood Rawstone House 1 New Street, cnr Church Street Colesberg NC 1835 This unusual flat-roofed, Karoo-Georgian residence with curved, forward projecting end b Provincial Heritage Site
1903 9/2/032/0006 Battlefield, Kakamas, Gordonia District Battlefield Kakamas, Gordonia District Kakamas NC A few kilometres from Kakamas a path turns off to the left from the Keimoes road, cross Provincial Heritage Site
1904 9/2/078/0012-061 142 Pienaar Street, Richmond Warehouse 142 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 193 Possibly alterd inside, was at one time also used as a cinema Register
1905 9/2/038/0004 Mission Church, Campbell, Herbert District Mission Church Campbell, Herbert District Campbell NC 186 The main road from Kimberley to the west crosses the Vaal at Schmidtsdrift. Forty kilo Provincial Heritage Site
1906 9/2/066/0018 Roman Catholic Mission Station, Pella, Namaqualand District Roman Catholic Mission Pella, Namaqualand District Pella NC 39 Provincial Heritage Site
1907 9/2/043/0004 Ruins of Jacobs house, De Kalk, Hopetown District Ruins De Kalk, Hopetown District Hopetown NC 37 Although the ordinance issued by Governor Sir John Cradock in 1812 to regulate the esta Provincial Heritage Site
1908 9/2/032/0013 Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Rietfontein, Gordonia District Dutch Reformed Mission Church Rietfontein, Gordonia district Rietfontein NC The church and bell tower is representative of mission architecture built by the Rhenish Church in G Provincial Heritage Site
1909 9/2/049/0019 Kimberley Club, 70 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley Kimberley Club 70-72 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 10508 The original building of the Kimberley Club, which was founded in 1881, burnt down in 1886, as did its replacement in 1895. The present building, designed by the architect D W Greatbatch, was completed in 1896. It was extended in 1919 by the architect Wil Provincial Heritage Site
1910 9/2/078/0012-034 12 Spring Street, Richmond 12 Spring Street 12 Spring Street Richmond NC 301 Late 19th or early 20th century. A fairly good example of its kind. Register
1911 9/2/049/0003/003 Milner Street/Memorial Road Conservation area Milner Street/ Memorial Street Conservation area Milner Street / Memorial Street Kimberley NC Heritage Area
1912 9/2/100/0002-003 2 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West 2 Daniel Hugo Street 2 Daniel Hugo Street, cnr Kempen Street Victoria West NC 124 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1913 9/2/100/0002-002 91 Church Street, Victoria West 91 Church Street 91 Church Street Victoria West NC 119 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1914 9/2/078/0012-030 141 Pienaar Street, Richmond 141 Pienaar Street 141 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 343 Early 20 C? Enhances the architectural enviroment. Register
1915 9/2/049/0120-060 17 Milner Street, Kimberley Nola 17 Milner Street Kimberley NC 945 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1916 9/2/035/0012-004 Cnr Boom and Market Streets, Hanover Cnr Boom and Market Streets Boom Street, cnr Market Street Hanover NC 492 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1917 9/2/078/0012-031 127 Pienaar Street, Richmond 127 Pienaar Street 127 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 183 It enhances the architectural environment Register
1918 9/2/037/0004 Moffat's Pulpit, Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown Moffat's Pulpit Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown, Hay Dist. Griquatown NC Griquatown, the former capital of the Griquas, lies 40 km west of Campbell. It is an o Heritage Object
1919 9/2/078/0012-045 42 Loop Street, Richmond 42 Loop Street 42 Loop Street Richmond NC 327 Good typical of the local architecture Register
1920 9/2/049/0003/001 Carrington Road Conservation Area, Kimberley Carrington Road Conservation Area Carrington Road Kimberley NC Heritage Area
1921 9/2/078/0012-023 241 Paul Street, Richmond Temple Stone 241 Paul Street Richmond NC 371 19th early 20th C Register
1922 9/2/078/0012-036 29 Loop Street, Richmond 29 Loop Street 29 Loop Street Richmond NC 212 1920's appearance. A fine house enhancing the streetscape and of architectural value. Register
1923 9/2/078/0012-037 115 Pienaar Street, Richmond 115 Pienaar Street 115 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 154 Spoilt by the addition of steel windows. Register
1924 9/2/078/0012-038 118 Pienaar Street, Richmond 118 Pienaar Street 118 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 74 19th early 20th C. House is typical of its kind and enhances the architectural enviroment. Register
1925 9/2/023/0033-010 12 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg 12 Rhyneveld Street 12 Rhyneveld Street Colesberg NC 272 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1926 9/2/023/0033-009 6 Murray Street, Colesberg 6 Murray Street 6 Murray Street Colesberg NC 1173 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1927 9/2/019/0002-129 22 Zahn Street, Carnarvon 22 Zahn Street 22 Zahn Street, cnr Kronkel Road Carnarvon NC 22 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1928 9/2/078/0012-032 113 Pienaar Street, Richmond 113 Pienaar Street 113 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 153 This house has not been spoilt with modern metal windows. Register
1929 9/2/025/0005 Standard Bank, 10 Alida Street, De Aar Standard Bank 10 Alida Street, De Aar De Aar NC 4514 Built in 1924-1925. It present an imposing and attractive appearance. Register
1930 9/2/049/0120-010 18 Milner Street, Kimberley 18 Milner Street 18 Milner Street Kimberley NC 940 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1931 9/2/049/0020 Kimberley Masonic Temple, 126-128 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley Kimberley Masonic Temple 126-128 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 13991 (1895) It is an important qualative architectural element in the street scene of Dutoitspan Road. Provincial Heritage Site
1932 9/2/043/0011 67 Van Wyk Street, Strydenburg Karoo House 67 Van Wyk Street Strydenburg NC 67 The erf upon which the house stands was purchased by Hendrick Johannes Liebenberg on 13 May 1893 fro Provincial Heritage Site
1933 9/2/037/0006 Post Office and Magistrate's Court, Main Street, Griquatown Post Office and Magistrate's Court Main Street, Griquatown Griquatown NC 104 This is the seat of the Magistrate and other civic offices in the district of Hay. Constructed c 188 Register
1934 9/2/049/0085 Rudd House, 5 Loch Road, Kimberley Rudd House 5 Loch Road Kimberley NC 507 The house was in all probability one of the first large permanent homes built in Kimberley. Provincial Heritage Site
1935 9/2/049/0028 Union Masonic Temple, 4 FSRoad, Kimberley Union Masonic Temple 4 FSRoad, cnr Dyer Place Kimberley NC 1895 Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
1936 9/2/019/0005 Svenskbo, 11 Church Street, Carnarvon Svenskbo 11 Church Street Carnarvon NC 120 Provincial Heritage Site
1937 9/2/019/0014 De Bult, Carnarvon De Bult De Bult, Carnarvon Carnarvon NC Heritage Area
1938 9/2/049/0017 The Corner, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley The Corner 57-59 Dutoitspan Road, 21-25 Chapel Street Kimberley NC 10376 A landmark in Kimberley. Part of a group of interesting buildings eg. Kimberley Club, Alexander McG Provincial Heritage Site
1939 9/2/038/0014 Glacial pavement, Bucklands, Herbert District Glacial pavement Bucklands Settlement lot 53, Herbert District NC The glacial pavements at Bucklands and Blaauwboschdrift are extensive ssmooth rock surfa Provincial Heritage Site
1940 9/2/049/0046 Old Residency, 4 Bennett Street, Kimberley Old Residency 4 Bennett Street Kimberley NC 7824 The Residency is Kimberley's oldest surviving residence of any substance. It is virtually unaltered Provincial Heritage Site
1941 9/2/049/0095 14 West Circular Road, Kimberley 14 West Circular Road 14 West Circular Road Kimberley NC 11219 The house is of significant architectural and historical importance as it is probably Kimberley's fi Provincial Heritage Site
1942 9/2/066/0006 Messelpad Pass, Namaqualand District Messelpad Pass District Road 2952 NC Provincial Heritage Site
1943 9/2/067/0004 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Hospital Hill, Noupoort Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Hospital Hill Noupoort NC 258 The structure remains unaltered, except in that some of the shooting ports have been covered as a re Provincial Heritage Site
1944 9/2/049/0013 Star of the West, North Circular Road, Kimberley Star of the West North Circular Road, cnr Barkly Road Kimberley NC 7319 & 7320 The Star of the West is a living museum of early Kimberley. The interior in almost entirel Provincial Heritage Site
1945 9/2/049/0045 Sol Plaatje Education Trust Library, (Sol Plaatje House) 32 Angel Street, Kimberley Sol Plaatjie House 32 Angel Street Kimberley NC 11806 Plaatje besides being a politician was the first black man in S A to write an English novel and also Provincial Heritage Site
1946 9/2/032/0009/004 Water Wheel No. 1, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas Water Wheel, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas Kakamas NC Provincial Heritage Site
1947 9/2/023/0033-056 3 Church Street, Colesberg Mimosa Rooms 3 Church Street Colesberg NC 313 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1948 9/2/075/0005 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Prieska Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Prieska NC 208 Register
1949 9/2/078/0012-035 33 Loop Street, Richmond 33 Loop Street 33 Loop Street Richmond NC 217 Although altered, the house is in keeping with the architectural environment. Register
1950 9/2/019/0002-130 11 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon 11 Sterrenberg Street 11 Sterrenberg Street Carnarvon NC 210 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1951 9/2/035/0012-003 Erf 389, Murray Street, Hanover Erf 389, Murray Street Murray Street Hanover NC 389 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1952 9/2/049/0073 207 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley 207 Du Toitspan Road 207 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 537 Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance Register
1953 9/2/035/0002-035 Erf 215, Market Street, Hanover Erf 215, Market Street Market Street Hanover NC 215 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1954 9/2/049/0120-045 16 Milner Street, Kimberley 16 Milner Street 16 Milner Street Kimberley NC 941 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
1955 9/2/049/0120-002 56 Milner Street, Kimberley 56 Milner Street 56 Milner Street, cnr Dalham Street Kimberley NC 977 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1956 9/2/049/0120-003 59 Milner Street, Kimberley 59 Milner Street 59 Milner Street Kimberley NC 975 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1957 9/2/049/0109 Nazareth House, Cornwall Street, Kimberley Nazareth House Cornwall Street, cnr Henderson Street Kimberley NC 513 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance. Nazareth House is the oldest carity and work in Kimberley. Founded by the Sisters of nazareth in 1888, the complex has played a historic role in tending the infirm and needy in Kimberley particularly d Register
1958 9/2/049/0120-005 47 Milner Street, Kimberley 47 Milner Street 47 Milner Street Kimberley NC 996 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1959 9/2/049/0072 205 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 205 Dutoitspan Road 205 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 538 Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance Register
1960 9/2/049/0074 209 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 209 Dutoitspan Road 209 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 536 Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance Register
1961 9/2/049/0120-006 36 Milner Street, Kimberley 36 Milner Street 36 Milner Street Kimberley NC 987 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1962 9/2/035/0012-011 7 Church Street, Hanover 7 Church Street 7 Church Street Hanover NC 149 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1963 9/2/035/0012-013 Erf 321, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover Erf 321, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover Gouws Street, cnr Duncan Street Hanover NC 321 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
1964 9/2/049/0120-007 1 Foley Street, Kimberley 1 Foley Street 1 Foley Street, cnr Belgrave Road Kimberley NC 451 Register
1965 9/2/049/0120-008 32 Milner Street, Kimberley 32 Milner Street 32 Milner Street Kimberley NC 989 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance. Register
1966 9/2/035/0012-047 Rhyneveldt Street, Hanover Rhyneveldt Street Rhyneveldt Street Hanover NC 509 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1967 9/2/049/0120-009 15 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley 15 Rendlesham Road 15 Rendlesham Road Kimberley NC 448 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
1968 9/2/049/0120-004 5 Park Road, Kimberley 5 Park Road 5 Park Road, cnr Custom Street Kimberley NC 661 Register
1969 9/2/019/0002-140 13 Van Riebeeck Street, Carnarvon 13 Van Riebeeck Street 13 Van Riebeeck Street, cnr Johanna Street Carnarvon NC 40 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1970 9/2/032/0010 Kakamas Museum, Voortrekker Street, Kakamas Kakamas Museum Voortrekker Street Kakamas NC 1230 The Kakamas Museum building, which in its original form played an important part in the Provincial Heritage Site
1971 9/2/023/0033-055 66 Church Street, Colesberg 66 Church Street 66 Church Street Colesberg NC 588 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1972 9/2/023/0033-054 2 D'Urban Row, Colesberg 2 D'Urban Row 2 D'Urban Row Colesberg NC 488 & 489 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1973 9/2/078/0012-022 160 Pienaar Street, Richmond 160 Pienaar Street 160 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 492 Contributes to the architectural environment Register
1974 9/2/023/0033-041 16 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg 16 Stockenstrom Street 16 Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 424 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1975 9/2/023/0033-040 12 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg 12 Stockenstrom Square 12 Stockenstrom Square Colesberg NC 439 & 440 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1976 9/2/078/0012-044 24 Loop Street, Richmond 24 Loop Street 24 Loop Street, cnr Spring Street Richmond NC 313 Altered particulary inside. Was possible flat roofed. Still some fine feature inside. Register
1977 9/2/049/0078 217 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 217 Dutoitspan Road 217 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 532 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
1978 9/2/100/0002-138 6 New Street, Victoria West 6 New Street 6 New Street Victoria West NC 466 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
1979 9/2/019/0002-131 7 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon 7 Sterrenberg Street 7 Sterrenberg Street Carnarvon NC 209 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
1980 9/2/078/0005 214 Paul Street, Richmond 214 Paul Street 214 Paul Street Richmond NC 419 A well preserved handsome dwelling, of the oldest houses in the town and an asset to the architectur Register
1981 9/2/049/0071 203 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 203 Dutoitspan Road 203 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 539 Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance Register
1982 9/2/078/0012-039 23 Loop Street, Richmond 23 Loop Street 23 Loop Street Richmond NC 324 Contributes favourably to the architectural environment. Register
1983 9/2/078/0012-040 116 Pienaar Street, Richmond 116 Pienaar Street 116 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 75 Late 19th early 20th C. Despite alterations, of some value to the architectural enviroment. Register
1984 9/2/078/0012-041 Erf 220, 37 Loop Street, Richmond Erf 220, 37 Loop Street 37 Loop Street Richmond NC 220 Modernized to its detriment. Spoilt but of environmental value in the streetscape. Register
1985 9/2/078/0012-042 Richmond Museum, 17 Loop Street, Richmond Richmond Museum 17 Loop Street, cnr Short Street Richmond NC 320 An interesting handsome building Register
1986 9/2/078/0012-043 13 Spring Street, Richmond 13 Spring Street 13 Spring Street Richmond NC 289 19th century, Relatively unspoilt facade. Register
1987 9/2/078/0012-012 260 Hope Street, Richmond Tom se Meule 260 Hope Street Richmond NC 233 A good example of its period Register
1988 9/2/078/0012-057 21 Loop Street, Richmond 21 Loop Street 21 Loop Street Richmond NC 322 A good building enhancing the architectural environment Register
1989 9/2/032/0019 Dutch Reformed Church, Schroder Street, Upington N G Church Schroder Steet Upington NC 463 This neo-Gothic church, designed by the firm of architects F W and F Hesse of Cape Town, was erected in 1911 and officially inaugurated on 13 April 1912. Provincial Heritage Site
1990 9/2/032/0017 Cathedral of St Augustine, Le Roux Street, Upington Cathedral of St Augustine Le Roux Street Upington NC 1992 Upington developed from a mission station on the farm Olyvenhoutsdrift, founded in 1871 Provincial Heritage Site
1991 9/2/066/0010 Orbicule Koppie, Concordia, Namaqualand District Orbicule Koppie NC 22 This koppie of concentrated orbicules is of indisputed scientific value in the study of rock types in the earth's crust. These orbicules are typically dioritic with a pegmatitic matrix and show signs of indentation and flattening. The koppie outcrops in t Provincial Heritage Site
1992 9/2/100/0005 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Vosburg Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Vosburg NC 144 The church is an outstanding example of its type, of considerable aesthetic merit and the landmark i Provincial Heritage Site
1993 9/2/025/0003 Olive Schreiner House, 9 Grundlingh Street, De Aar Olive Schreiner House 9 Grundlingh Street, De Aar De Aar NC 3982 In this house the well-known authoress Olive Schreiner (1855-1920) and her husband S C Cronwright-Schreiner, lived from 1908 to 1913. Here she completed her book "Woman and Labour" and wrote two articles for special occasions entitled "Thoughts About Wome Provincial Heritage Site
1994 9/2/049/0027 Beaconsfield Library, 34 Central Road, Kimberley Beaconsfield Library 34 Central Road Kimberley NC 3610 When the inhabitants of Beaconsfield decided to establish a library they turned to John B Curry who Provincial Heritage Site
1995 9/2/049/0026 Beaconsfield Post Office, Central Road, Kimberley Beaconsfield Post Office Central Road, cnr FSRoad Kimberley NC 19261 The corner-stone of this double-storeyed building of blue kimberlite was laid in 1881, but the building was only completed in 1888. The building was originally used as the magistrate's court of Beaconsfield. Provincial Heritage Site
1996 9/2/049/0006 Old High Court of Griqualand West, Southey Street, Kimberley Old High Court of Griqualand West Southey Street, cnr Transvaal Road Kimberley NC 9643 In 1876 the High Court of Griqualand West was moved from Barkly West to Kimberley. The building was Provincial Heritage Site
1997 9/2/049/0021-001 Henrietta Stockdale Chapel, Kimberley Hospital, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley Henrietta Stockdale Chapel Kimberley Hospital, Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 603 The chapel is proclaimed to be a monument to commemorate the pioneer work of Sister Henrietta Stockdale for the training of nurses and in recognition of the profession in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
1998 9/2/049/0088 Dunluce, 10 Lodge Road, Kimberley Dunluce 10 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 484 This house, with its magnificent wooden decorated verandah, was designed in 1897 by D W Greatbatch for a member of the Diamond Syndicate, Gustav Bonas. John Orr, the well-known merchant, lived Dunluce from 1903 till his death in 1932. Thereafter the prope Provincial Heritage Site
1999 9/2/074/0005 First and Second Dutch Reformed Churches, Danielskuil First and Second Dutch Reformed Churches Danielskuil, Postmasburg District Danielskuil NC 288 Provincial Heritage Site
2000 9/2/032/0018 Museum Complex, Schroder Street, Upington Museum Complex Schroder Street Upington NC 2139 The old Dutch Reformed Mission Station, which was known as Olyvenhoutsdrift, was founded in 1873 by the Rev. Christiaan Schröder. The mission church and the old Schröder parsonage date from 1875 and 1883 respectively. This complex is now a museum. Provincial Heritage Site
2001 9/2/032/0015 Palm Tree Avenue, The Island, Upington Palm Tree Avenue The Island, Upington, Gordonia District Upington NC This magnificent avenue of full-grown palm trees on the well-known "Eiland" stretches over a distance of 1 041 metres and was planted by the Department of Water Affairs in 1903. It is reputedly the longest palm tree avenue in the Southern Hemisphere. Provincial Heritage Site
2002 9/2/049/0023 Duggan-Cronin Gallery, 12 Egerton Road, Kimberley Duggan-Cronin Gallery 12 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 13449 This magnificent old dwelling, formerly known as The Lodge, was designed by the architect Sydney Stent and built in 1889 as residence for Mr John Blades Currey, manager of the London & S A Exploration Company. It was taken over by De Beers Consolidated Mi Provincial Heritage Site
2003 9/2/049/0004 Honoured Dead Memorial, Memorial Road, Kimberley Honoured Dead Memorial Memorial Road Kimberley NC Cecil John Rhodes commissioned Sir Herbert Baker to design a memoria Provincial Heritage Site
2004 9/2/075/0004 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Prieska Koppie, Prieska Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Prieska Koppie, Prieska Prieska NC 1 Provincial Heritage Site
2005 9/2/049/0081 Derrycreevy, 18 Elsmere Road, Kimberley Derrycreevy 18 Elsmere Road, cnr Rendlesham Street Kimberley NC 565 This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit. Provincial Heritage Site
2006 9/2/049/0082 Toeka, 20 Elsmere Road, Kimberley Toeka 20 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 566 This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit. Provincial Heritage Site
2007 9/2/049/0033 Kimberley Regiment Drill Hall, 31 Park Road, Kimberley Kimberley Regiment Drill Hall 31 Park Road Kimberley NC 13435, 13436 and 3620 This building was built as part of the South African international exhibition in 1892. It is the onl Provincial Heritage Site
2008 9/2/100/0002-070 79 Church Street, Victoria West Dutch Reformed Parsonage and Community Hall 79 Church Street, cnr Parsonage Street Victoria West NC 88 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2009 9/2/048/0007 Dutch Reformed Church Hall, Church Street, Pofadder Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Pofadder NC 88 This impressive church building which was officially consecrated in May 1922 is closely associated with the establishment and history of the Dutch Reformed Congregation (Namies). Provincial Heritage Site
2010 9/2/048/0005 Old Library Building, Park Street, Kenhardt Old Library building Park Street, Kenhardt Kenhardt NC 1119 This building, which was erected in 1897, is a typical example of a pioneer house. It is one of the oldest buildings in Kenhardt and is of great historical importance to the area. Provincial Heritage Site
2011 9/2/037/0005 Old Residency, Main Street, Griquatown Old Residency Main Street Griquatown NC 104 Provincial Heritage Site
2012 9/2/023/0033-017 Erf 244 and 245, 7 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg Erf 244 and 245, 7 Rhyneveld Street 7 Rhyneveld Street Colesberg NC 244 & 245 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2013 9/2/023/0010 32 Bell Street, Colesberg 32 Bell Street 32 Bell Street Colesberg NC 304 This house is representative of early Karoo architecture. The building is square with fine cornice. Provincial Heritage Site
2014 9/2/049/0120-068 4 Belgrave Road, Kimberley 4 Belgrave Road 4 Belgrave Road Kimberley NC 418 Register
2015 9/2/023/0033-001 11 Sarel Celliers Street, Colesberg 11 Sarel Celliers Street 11 Sarel Cilliers Street Colesberg NC 283, 284 & 285 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2016 9/2/100/0017 Apollo Theatre, 88 Church Street, Victoria West Apollo Theatre 88 Church Street Victoria West NC 250 Register
2017 9/2/023/0033-029 10 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg 10 Rhyneveld Street 10 Rhyneveld Street Colesberg NC 273 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2018 9/2/017/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Brandvlei, Calvinia District Dutch Reformed Church Voortrekker Street Brandvlei NC 138 The foundation-stone of this neo-Gothic church was laid on 15 July 1905. The building was completed and inaugurated at the end of 1905. Provincial Heritage Site
2019 9/2/078/0003 Dutch Reformed Church, Loop Street, Richmond Dutch Reformed Church Loop Street Richmond NC 326 Provincial Heritage Site
2020 9/2/019/0002-085 Erf 330, Hanau Street, Carnarvon St Albans Anglican Church Hanau Street, cnr Marais Street Carnarvon NC 330 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2021 9/2/019/0002-086 17 Daniel Street, Carnarvon 17 Daniel Street 17 Daniel Street Carnarvon NC 105 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2022 9/2/019/0002-087 Erf 328, Hanau Street, Carnarvon Museum Hanau Street Carnarvon NC 328 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2023 9/2/032/0009/009 Water Wheel, Plot 1467, South Furrow, Kakamas Water Wheel Kakamas NC Provincial Heritage Site
2024 9/2/071/0004 Reformed Church, Philipstown Reformed Church Philipstown NC 740 The cornerstone of this classical church was laid on 30 September 1876. The building was completed in December 1878 and consecrated on 10 January 1879. Provincial Heritage Site
2025 9/2/049/0029 First Seventh Day Adventist Church, Blacking Street, Kimberley First Seventh Day Adventist Church Blacking Street, cnr Dyer Place Kimberley NC 1681 This church is the original church in the Republic of South Africa of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Provincial Heritage Site
2026 9/2/049/0097 Jack Hindon Officers' Club, Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District Jack Hindon Officer's Club Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District Kimberley NC 123 This magnificent building was designed in 1900 by the well-known architect Daniel Westwood Greatbatch. It replaced the old Alexandersfontein Hotel building, which was restored in 1881. The building that was completed in October 1902 was enlarged in 1907 b Provincial Heritage Site
2027 9/2/023/0033-015 9 Sarel Celliers Street, Colesberg 9 Sarel Celliers Street 9 Sarel Cilliers Street, cnr Rhyneveldt Street Colesberg NC 286 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2028 9/2/049/0010 Old stables, Stockdale Street, Kimberley Old stables Stockdale Street Kimberley NC 9492 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2029 9/2/049/0055 Rockmount, 20 Carrington Road, Kimberley Rockmount 20 Carrington Road, cnr Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 954 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2030 9/2/049/0120-053 29 Park Road, Kimberley 29 Park Road 29 Park Road Kimberley NC 428 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2031 9/2/049/0120-061 24 Park Road, Kimberley 24 Park Road 24 Park Road Kimberley NC 453 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2032 9/2/049/0120-051 23 Park Road, Kimberley 23 Park Road 23 Park Road, cnr Harley Street Kimberley NC 452 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2033 9/2/049/0120-050 14 Milner Street, Kimberley 14 Milner Street 14 Milner Street, cnr Henderson Street Kimberley NC 942 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2034 9/2/049/0120-049 20 Park Road, Kimberley 20 Park Road 20 Park Road Kimberley NC 587 Intrinsic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2035 9/2/049/0009 De Beers Benefit Society Building, Stockdale Street, Kimberley De Beers Benefit Society Building Stockdale Street Kimberley NC 9482 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2036 9/2/049/0120-055 71 Milner Street, Kimberley 71 Milner Street 71 Milner Street Kimberley NC 969 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2037 9/2/049/0008 De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited Head Office, 36 Stockdale Street, Kimberley De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited Head Office 36 Stockdale Street Kimberley NC 12064 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2038 9/2/049/0120-056 8 Dalham Road, Kimberley 8 Dalham Road 8 Dalham Road Kimberley NC 892 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2039 9/2/023/0004 Coniston House, 3 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg Coniston House 3 Ventershoek Street Colesberg NC 152 & 153 This double-storeyed building, which is predominantly in the Georgian style, was erected in 1835 by Thomas Plewman. He was an Iris Settler who emigrated in 1820 to South Africa on the ship Chapman. Provincial Heritage Site
2040 9/2/025/0004 St Paul's Church, Friedlander Street, De Aar St Paul's Church Friedlander Street, cnr Alida Street De Aar NC 1089 The church remains very much in its original condition. It is regarded by the local community as the Provincial Heritage Site
2041 9/2/032/0011 Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Main Street, Keimoes Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church Main Street Keimoes NC 152 Provincial Heritage Site
2042 9/2/019/0007 14 New Street, Carnarvon 14 New Street, Carnarvon 14 New Street Carnarvon NC 146 Provincial Heritage Site
2043 9/2/049/0030-001 Main building, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley Main Building, Kimberley Boys' High School Memorial Road Kimberley NC 882 The school building represents the peak of an architects school in Kimberley that ended with the out Provincial Heritage Site
2044 9/2/049/0030-002 Sports pavilion, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley Sports pavilion, Kimberley Boys' High School Memorial Road Kimberley NC 899 Designed by the famous Kimberley architect D W Greatbatch Provincial Heritage Site
2045 9/2/037/0003 Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown Mary Moffat Museum Main Street Griquatown NC 973 The building was built in the first half of the nineteenth century when Griquatown was the main cent Provincial Heritage Site
2046 9/2/017/0006-002 Dutch Reformed Church, Pieter Brundyn Street, Nieuwoudtville Dutch Reformed Church Pieter Brundyn Street, cnr Neethling Street Nieuwoudtville NC 454 Provincial Heritage Site
2047 9/2/049/0041 Old De Beers Mining Company Offices, 4 Warren Street, Kimberley Old De Beers Mining Company Offices Warren Street Kimberley NC 3168 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2048 9/2/008/0007 Old Magistrate's Court, Campbell Street, Barkly West Old Magistrate's Court Campbell Street, cnr Pretorius Street Barkly West NC 349 Barkly West Magistrates Court is an excellent example of a late 19th century public building in the Provincial Heritage Site
2049 9/2/049/0035 Old Undenominational School, Lanyon Terrace, Kimberley Old Undenominational School Lanyon Terrace Kimberley NC 9907 The complex consists of the Boys' and Girls' Schools together with the Kindergarten (1903) and the L Provincial Heritage Site
2050 9/2/049/0086 7 Lodge Road, Kimberley 7 Lodge Road 7 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 476 Provincial Heritage Site
2051 9/2/049/0025 Beit House, Edgerton Road, Kimberley Alfred Beit House Egerton Road Kimberley NC 12104 Provincial Heritage Site
2052 9/2/049/0083 22 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 22 Elsmere Road 22 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 567 This dwelling, with its predominantly Victorian characteristics, forms an integral part of the architectural character of Elsmere road, Belgravia, which was laid out in 1898. Provincial Heritage Site
2053 9/2/049/0089 Lindow House, 11 Lodge Road, Kimberley Lindow house 11 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 474 The house stands opposite 'Dunluce' and makes a considerable impact on the streetscape of Lodge Road Provincial Heritage Site
2054 9/2/035/0003 Magistrates Court, Magistrates Office and Post Office, 1-5 Church Street, Hanover Magistrates Court, Magistrates Office and Post Office Church Street Hanover NC 134 These three buildings form an interesting historic group on the corner of Church Street, Hanover Register
2055 9/2/035/0006 Camdeboo House, 3 Viljoen Street, Hanover Camdeboo House 3 Viljoen Street; 4 Ryneveld Street Hanover NC 143, 147, 192, 146, 144, 145, 128 Provincial Heritage Site
2056 9/2/049/0120-046 30 Park Road, Kimberley 30 Park Road 30 Park Road Kimberley NC 429 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2057 9/2/049/0042 Old School of Mines, Hull Street, Kimberley Old School of Mines Building Hull Street Kimberley NC 1429 Provincial Heritage Site
2058 9/2/049/0084 24 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 24 Elsmere Road 24 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 568 This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit. Provincial Heritage Site
2059 9/2/049/0067 Kumo, 42 Carrington Road, Kimberley Kumo 42 Carrington Road, cnr Dalham Road Kimberley NC 1013 Provincial Heritage Site
2060 9/2/008/0004 Old Toll House, Vaal River, Barkly West Old Toll House On bank of Vaal River, Barkly West Barkly West NC 687 The toll house is related to the bridge nearby which was built over the Vaal river as a private undertaking during the last quarter of the 19th century and played an imprtant part in the development of the region beyond the Vaal River. Provincial Heritage Site
2061 9/2/049/0011 Consolidated Building, Stockdale Street, Kimberley Consolidated Building Stockdale Street Kimberley NC 9458 These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are Provincial Heritage Site
2062 9/2/049/0120-059 5 Carrington Road, Kimberley 5 Carrington Road 5 Carrington Road, cnr Henderson Street Kimberley NC 1197 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2063 9/2/049/0120-058 4 Carrington Road, Kimberley 4 Carrington Road 4 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 560 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2064 9/2/078/0012-029 22 Spring Street, Richmond 22 Spring Street 22 Spring Street Richmond NC 310 One of the very few unspoilt Cape Cottages in Richmond and an asset to the environment. Register
2065 9/2/023/0012 Reformed Church, Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg Reformed Church Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 375 This church, the foundation stone of which was laid on 15 March 1862, was built in an adapted neo-Gothic style. It is one of the few remaining sandstone buildings in Colesberg. Provincial Heritage Site
2066 9/2/049/0120-057 3 Carrington Road, Kimberley 3 Carrington Road 3 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1198 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2067 9/2/035/0005 C J V Hall, Market Street, Hanover C J V Hall Market Street Hanover NC 216 Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
2068 9/2/023/0002-023 1 Kort Street, Colesberg 1 Kort Street 1 Kort Street Colesberg NC 425 Register
2069 9/2/049/0120-114 15 Carrington Road, Kimberley 15 Carrington Road 15 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1159 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2070 9/2/049/0120-122 14 Carrington Road, Kimberley 14 Carrington Road 14 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 957 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2071 9/2/049/0120-112 12 Carrington Road, Kimberley 12 Carrington Road 12 Carrington Road, cnr Henderson Street Kimberley NC 958 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2072 9/2/029/0005 Peperbus, Market Square, Fraserburg Peperbus Market Square Fraserburg NC The so-called "Peperbus" was built in 1861 by Adam Jacobs according to a plan by the Rev. Bamberger. The building is architecturally particularly interesting, with its hexagonal shape which gradually merges into a hexagonal dome and a bell tower. Provincial Heritage Site
2073 9/2/035/0012-044 Cnr Bell and Berg Streets, Hanover Cnr Bell and Berg Streets Bell Street, cnr Berg Street Hanover NC 380 The building contributes the environment and although not of great intrinsic merit is intact. Register
2074 9/2/100/0002-055 19 Parkes Street, Victoria West Warehouse 19 Parkes Street Victoria West NC 340 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2075 9/2/078/0012-024 144 Pienaar Street, Richmond 144 Pienaar Street 144 Pienaar Street Richmond NC 198 In keeping with te streetscape and vlauable due to its proximity to other worthwhile buildings. Register
2076 9/2/049/0120-115 13 Milner Street, Kimberley 13 Milner Street 13 Milner Street, cnr Henderson Street Kimberley NC 943 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2077 9/2/066/0019 Dutch Reformed Church, Pieter Malan Street, Springbok Dutch Reformed Church Pieter Malan Street, cnr Keerom Street Springbok NC 509 This impressive church was built in 1921 of dressed stone by the builder F W van den Houven. Dr W P Steenkamp, well-known theologian, physician and parlamentarian, was the driving force behind the programme to build this church. Provincial Heritage Site
2078 9/2/066/0011 Letterklip, Garies, Namaqualand District Letterklip Garies NC This unique rock formation was fortified and occupied from 1901 to 1902 by the British forces during the Anglo-Boer War. Various regimental badges and officers' names are engraved in the rockface. Provincial Heritage Site
2079 9/2/100/0002-027 5 Maeder Street, Victoria West 5 Maeder Street 5 Maeder Street Victoria West NC 213 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2080 9/2/100/0002-029 Brinkman Street, Victoria West Brinkman Street Brinkman Street Victoria West NC 152 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2081 9/2/023/0033-013 36 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg 36 Stockenstrom Street 36 Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 366, 367 & 368 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2082 9/2/032/0016 Old Watermill, Upington Old water-mill Upington Upington NC 2555 This watermill was built in 1870 by the missionary C. H. W. Schröder. The structure consists of a double-storeyed building and a wooden mill wheel of the over shot type. Provincial Heritage Site
2083 9/2/100/0010-003 Conservation Area #3, Victoria West Conservation Area #3 Victoria West NC Victoria West is one of the few Karoo towns whose architectural integrity has not been excessively affected by insensitive development. The areas identified are the most fully preserved areas of the town, each with pivotal buildings and groups of propose Heritage Area
2084 9/2/100/0002-010 11 Voortrekker Street, Victoria West 11 Voortrekker Street 11 Voortrekker Street, cnr Church Street Victoria West NC 494 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2085 9/2/049/0092 5 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley 5 Rendlesham Road 5 Rendlesham Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 18550 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2086 9/2/049/0120-111 Dalham House, 17 Dalham Road, Kimberley Dalham House 17 Dalham Road Kimberley NC 884 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance. Register
2087 9/2/066/0031 Riethuis horsemill, Roodeklip Heuwel, Namaqualand District Riethuis horse mill Farm Riethuis 619, Roodeklip Heuwel, Namaqualand NC Provincial Heritage Site
2088 9/2/066/0012 Methodist Church and Manse, Leliefontein, Namaqualand District Methodist Church and Manse Leliefontein NC This church was erected in 1855. It was the third church to be built at the Leliefontein mission station, which was founded by Barnabas Shaw in 1816. The church, in the predominantly neo-Gothic style, and the manse together form an important historic and Provincial Heritage Site
2089 9/2/049/0120-092 26 Carrington Road, Kimberley 26 Carrington Road 26 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1005 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2090 9/2/049/0002-045 97 Central Road, Kimberley 97 Central Road 97 Central Road Kimberley NC 1176 Register
2091 9/2/049/0120-120 24 Carrington Road, Kimberley 24 Carrington Road 24 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 952 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2092 9/2/049/0120-119 22 Carrington Road, Kimberley 22 Carrington Road 22 Carrington Road, cnr Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 953 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2093 9/2/049/0002-259 120 Main Road, Kimberley 120 Main Road 120 Main Road Kimberley NC 1245 Register
2094 9/2/049/0120-118 3 Milner Street, Kimberley 3 Milner Street 3 Milner Street Kimberley NC 14266 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2095 9/2/008/0006 St Mary's Church, Church Street, Barkly West St Mary's Church Church Street Barkly West NC 314 St Mary's Church was the first permanent church building erected in the Klipdrift Area after the discovery of diamonds in this vicinity in 1869. The foundation stone of the building was laid in February 1872 by Sir Henry Barkly, after which the church was Provincial Heritage Site
2096 9/2/049/0002-263 33 Blacking Street, cnr Central Road, Kimberley 33 Blacking Street 33 Blacking Street, cnr Central Road Kimberley NC 1511 Register
2097 9/2/055/0004 The Eye, cnr Voortrekker and Fontein Streets, Kuruman The Eye cnr of Voortrekker and Fontien Streets Kuruman NC The Eye was described by Borchard's as early as 1802. Provincial Heritage Site
2098 9/2/038/0015 Glacial pavement, Blaauboschdrift, Herbert District Glacial pavement Blaauwboschdrift 78 NC 78 The glacial pavements at Bucklands and Blaauwboschdrift are extensive ssmooth rock surfa Provincial Heritage Site
2099 9/2/055/0008 Moffat Press, Moffat Mission, Seodin Street, Kuruman Moffat Press Kuruman NC Heritage Object
2100 9/2/049/0120-116 17 Carrington Road, Kimberley 17 Carrington Road 17 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1158 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2101 9/2/032/0009/006 Water wheel, Plot 68, North Furrow, Kakamas Water wheel Kakamas NC 68 Provincial Heritage Site
2102 9/2/049/0120-107 2 Milner Street, Kimberley 2 Milner Street 2 Milner Street Kimberley NC 545 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2103 9/2/049/0121 Grave of Solomon T Plaatje, West End Cemetery, Kimberley Grave of Solomon T Plaatje Kimberley NC Provincial Heritage Site
2104 9/2/066/0016 Old smoke stack, Okiep, Namaqualand District Old smoke stack Okiep NC This old smoke stack, which dates from 1880, was erected by the then Cape Copper Company to provide energy to the nearby pumping engine so as to pump water from the mine shafts. In 1952 it was declared a monument in memory of the pioneer copper miners in Provincial Heritage Site
2105 9/2/100/0002-034 2 Kempen Street, Victoria West 2 Kempen Street 2 Kempen Street Victoria West NC 103 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2106 9/2/049/0120-117 18 Carrington Road, Kimberley 18 Carrington Road 18 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 955 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2107 9/2/049/0120-011 Esmonde, 3 Loch Road, Kimberley Esmonde 3 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 508 Register
2108 9/2/100/0002-035 7 De Wet Street, Victoria West 7 De Wet Street 7 De Wet Street Victoria West NC 530 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2109 9/2/049/0077 215 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 215 Dutoitspan Road 215 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 533 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2110 9/2/100/0002-054 Powder Magazine, Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West Powder Magazine Helpmekaar Street, opp De Wet Street Victoria West NC 547 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2111 9/2/049/0087 9 Lodge Road, Kimberley 9 Lodge Road 9 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 475 Register
2112 9/2/049/0120-063 3 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 3 Elsmere Road 3 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 494 Register
2113 9/2/049/0120-064 2 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 2 Elsmere Road 2 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 518 Register
2114 9/2/049/0120-065 Old Bishop's Hostel, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley Old Bishop's Hostel Memorial Road Kimberley NC 907 Register
2115 9/2/049/0120-106 12 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 12 Elsmere Road 12 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 528 Register
2116 9/2/049/0120-067 23 Milner Street, Kimberley 23 Milner Street 23 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 948 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2117 9/2/049/0120-121 14 Elsmere Road, Kimberley 14 Elsmere Road 14 Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 529 Register
2118 9/2/023/0033-008 27 Murray Street, Colesberg 27 Murray Street 27 Murray Street Colesberg NC 195, 196 & 197 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2119 9/2/049/0040 St Alban's Church, 2 Takoon Square, Kimberley St Albans Church Building 2 Takoon Square Kimberley NC 8120 Provincial Heritage Site
2120 9/2/023/0033-007 15 Bell Street, Colesberg 15 Bell Street 15 Bell Street Colesberg NC 297 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2121 9/2/023/0033-006 13 Murray Street, Colesberg 13 Murray Street 13 Murray Street Colesberg NC 207 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2122 9/2/100/0002-019 19 Maeder Street, Victoria West Paddy's Place 19 Maeder Street Victoria West NC 204 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2123 9/2/100/0002-028 15 Maeder Street, Victoria West 15 Maeder Street 15 Maeder Street Victoria West NC 207 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2124 9/2/100/0002-037 13 Maeder Street, Victoria West 13 Maeder Street 13 Maeder Street Victoria West NC 208 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2125 9/2/100/0002-026 28 Church Street, Victoria West 28 Church Street 28 Church Street, cnr Kiln Street Victoria West NC 495 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2126 9/2/049/0120-066 8 Egerton Road, Kimberley 8 Egerton Road 8 Egerton Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 488 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2127 9/2/078/0012-002 170 Pienaar Street, Richmond 170 Pienaar Street 170 Pienaar Street, cnr Short Street Richmond NC 317 A trim cottage typical of the local architecture. Register
2128 9/2/029/0002 Afrikaanse Protestante Kerk, Cilliers Street, Fraserburg Afrikaanse Protestante Kerk Cilliers Street Fraserburg NC 1118 Provincial Heritage Site
2129 9/2/023/0033-012 34 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg Waaihoek 34 Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 369 & 370 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2130 9/2/023/0033-011 32 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg 32 Stockenstrom Street 32 Stockenstrom Street Colesberg NC 371, 372 & 373 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2131 9/2/049/0120-110 20 Milner Street, Kimberley 20 Milner Street 20 Milner Street Kimberley NC 939 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2132 9/2/100/0002-033 4 Hoek Street, Victoria West 4 Hoek Street 4 Hoek Street Victoria West NC 349 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2133 9/2/035/0012-043 Cnr Loop and Gouws Streets, Hanover Cnr Loop and Gouws Streets Loop Street, cnr Gouws Street Hanover NC 322 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
2134 9/2/100/0002-032 22 Malan Street, Victoria West 22 Malan Street 22 Malan Street Victoria West NC 623 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2135 9/2/049/0076 213 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 213 Dutoitspan Road 213 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 534 Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2136 9/2/100/0002-030 93 Church Street, Victoria West 93 Church Street 93 Church Street Victoria West NC 120 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2137 9/2/078/0012-033 11 Spring Street, Richmond 11 Spring Street 11 Spring Street Richmond NC 290 Various extension as back. 19th century. Street front relatively unspoilt. Register
2138 9/2/035/0012-042 Erf 218, Boom Street, Hanover Erf 218, Boom Street Boom Street Hanover NC 218 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
2139 9/2/100/0014-013 Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Church Street, Vosburg Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage Church Street, cnr Van Heerden Street Vosburg NC 143 This fine Edwardian building has been restored and is one of the more significant residences in the Register
2140 9/2/100/0014-001 Plein Street, Vosburg Plein Street Plein Street, cnr Victoria Street Vosburg NC 172 An excellent example of vernacular Karoo architecture. Register
2141 9/2/100/0014-011 Erf 161, Church Street, Vosburg Erf 161, Church Street Church Street Vosburg NC 161 A Karoo dwelling with an irregular configuration of openings - largely intact. Register
2142 9/2/019/0002-125 22 Grey Street, Carnarvon 22 Grey Street 22 Grey Street Carnarvon NC 77 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2143 9/2/035/0012-041 Cnr Burger and New Streets, Hanover Cnr Burger and New Streets Burger Street, cnr New Street Hanover NC 50 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit Register
2144 9/2/049/0120-109 30 Milner Street, Kimberley 30 Milner Street 30 Milner Street, cnr Voortrekker Street Kimberley NC 990 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2145 9/2/049/0120-077 17 Egerton Road, Kimberley 17 Egerton Road 17 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 469 Register
2146 9/2/100/0002-031 95 Church Street, Victoria West 95 Church Street 95 Church Street Victoria West NC 137 Intrinsic architectural merit Register
2147 9/2/049/0120-095 9 Milner Street, Kimberley 9 Milner Street 9 Milner Street Kimberley NC 12122 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2148 9/2/049/0002-094 97 Hercules Street, Kimberley 97 Hercules Street 97 Hercules Street Kimberley NC 1587 Register
2149 9/2/049/0120-025 3 Salisbury Street, Kimberley 3 Salisbury Street 3 Salisbury Street, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 502 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2150 9/2/049/0120-026 28 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley 28 Rendlesham Road 28 Rendlesham Road Kimberley NC 456 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance. Register
2151 9/2/049/0120-028 19 Park Road, Kimberley 19 Park Road 19 Park Road Kimberley NC 586 Intrinsic archaetectural and cultural significance Register
2152 9/2/035/0010 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Hanover Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Hanover NC 133 and 472 Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit Provincial Heritage Site
2153 9/2/049/0120-075 3 Egerton Road, Kimberley 3 Egerton Road 3 Egerton Road Kimberley NC 3258 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2154 9/2/049/0120-014 12 Park Road, Kimberley 12 Park Road 12 Park Road, cnr Lyndhurst Road Kimberley NC 654 Register
2155 9/2/049/0120-047 184 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley 184 Dutoitspan Road 184 Dutoitspan Road Kimberley NC 544 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2156 9/2/049/0120-023 1 Smith Street, Kimberley 1 Smith Street 1 Smith Street Kimberley NC 434 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2157 9/2/049/0120-094 10 Milner Street, Kimberley 10 Milner Street 10 Milner Street Kimberley NC 549 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2158 9/2/049/0120-022 6 Carrington Road, Kimberley 6 Carrington Road 6 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 561 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2159 9/2/049/0120-096 6 Milner Street, Kimberley 6 Milner Street 6 Milner Street Kimberley NC 547 Intristic Archaetectural And Cuultural Significance Register
2160 9/2/049/0120-097 52 Synagogue Street, Kimberley 52 Synagogue Street 52 Synagogue Street, cnr Milner Street Kimberley NC 915 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2161 9/2/049/0120-098 50 Synagogue Street, Kimberley 50 Synagogue Street 50 Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 916 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2163 9/2/032/0009/005 Water wheel, Plot 1057, North Furrow, Kakamas Water wheel South Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District Kakamas NC The nine water wheels were made by Piet Burger in consultation with a local blacksmith T. Craill c19 Provincial Heritage Site
2164 9/2/032/0009/001 Water wheel No. 2, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas Water wheel Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas Kakamas NC 103 The nine water wheels were made by Piet Burger in consultation with a local blacksmith T. Craill c19 Provincial Heritage Site
2165 9/2/023/0016 Horsemill, Old warehouse, Bell Street, Colesberg Horsemill Bell Street Colesberg NC 329 This historic horse-mill, which is made of yellowwood, with a kiaat wheel, is one of the few complete horse-mills remaining in the Republic of South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2166 9/2/032/0005 North Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District North furrow Baviaans Krantz, Kakamas Kakamas NC The original furrows, water tunnels and dry stone walling represent a noteworthy early 20th century Provincial Heritage Site
2167 9/2/049/0120-093 28 Carrington Road, Kimberley 28 Carrington Road 28 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1006 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2168 9/2/049/0002-120 62 Hercules Street, Kimberley 62 Hercules Street 62 Hercules Street, cnr Dixon Place Kimberley NC 1544 Register
2169 9/2/049/0120-113 30 Carrington Road, Kimberley 30 Carrington Road 30 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1007 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2170 9/2/035/0012-046 Cnr Murray and Market Streets, Hanover Cnr Murray and Market Streets Murray Street, cnr Market Street Hanover NC 226 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
2171 9/2/049/0120-012 42 Synagogue Street, Kimberley 42 Synagogue Street 42 Synagogue Street Kimberley NC 920 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2172 9/2/049/0005 City Hall and Market Square, Kimberley City Hall and Market Square Kimberley Kimberley NC The Market Square was the centre around which the city of Kimberley grew. It was the scene of many important events in the history of this city, and of South Africa and Zimbabwe. The City Hall was designed by F C Rogers in the neo-classical style and was Provincial Heritage Site
2173 9/2/049/0120-013 5 Lodge Road, Kimberley 5 Lodge Road 5 Lodge Road Kimberley NC 2267 Register
2174 9/2/049/0015 Dutch Reformed Mother Church, Newton, Kimberley Dutch Reformed Mother Church Newton, Kimberley Kimberley NC 16044 The historic Dutch Reformed Church at Newton, Kimberley was built in three stages. The original church was designed by the Rev J D Kestell, who was Minister in Kimberley between 1882 and 1893. The building was dedicated on 29 May 1886. Provincial Heritage Site
2175 9/2/023/0006 2 Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg 2 Sarel Cilliers Street 2 Sarel Cilliers Street, cnr Bell Street Colesberg NC 310 This historic house is representative of the early Karoo architectural style. The house and the adjoining houses in Bell Street form an interesting historic and architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2176 9/2/038/0006 Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Modder River, Herbert District Anglo-Boer war Blockhouse Rietriver, Rostrovor, Herbert District Modder River NC The blockhouse was erected in 1901 during the Anglo- Boer War by the Royal Engineers to secure the r Provincial Heritage Site
2177 9/2/049/0120-024 8 Salisbury Street, Kimberley 8 Salisbury Street 8 Salisbury Street Kimberley NC 497 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2178 9/2/043/0010 Reformed Church (Kruiskerk), Liebenberg Street, Strydenburg Reformed Church 'Kruiskerk' Liebenberg Street, cnr Van Wyk Street Strydenburg NC 82 In 1897 a number of members of the NG Church broke away to form their own congregation. The land was Provincial Heritage Site
2179 9/2/035/0012-045 Erf 511, Darling Street, Hanover Erf 511, Darling Street Darling Street Hanover NC 511 Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit. Register
2180 9/2/049/0120-030 2 Loch Road, Kimberley 2 Loch Road 2 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 503 Register
2181 9/2/049/0120-015 3 Harley Street, Kimberley 3 Harley Street 3 Harley Street, cnr Salisbury Street Kimberley NC 501 Register
2182 9/2/049/0120-001 5 Foley Street, Kimberley 5 Foley Street 5 Foley Street Kimberley NC 11844 Register
2183 9/2/049/0120-017 21 Milner Street, Kimberley 21 Milner Street 21 Milner Street Kimberley NC 947 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2184 9/2/049/0120-018 7 Egerton Road, Kimberley 7 Egerton Road 7 Egerton Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 569 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2185 9/2/049/0120-019 8 Carrington Road, Kimberley 8 Carrington Road 8 Carrington Road Kimberley NC Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2186 9/2/049/0120-020 13 Spencer Street, Kimberley 13 Spencer Street 13 Spencer Street Kimberley NC 16656 Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance Register
2187 9/2/049/0120-021 1 Loch Road, Kimberley 1 Loch Road 1 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road Kimberley NC 515 Register
2188 9/2/032/0008 Water wheel, near DR Church Parsonage, South Furrow, Kakamas Water wheel (near Dutch Reformed Parsonage) South Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District Kakamas NC This water-wheel, which was erected at the Kakamas Settlement according to the design of Piet Burger, is one of the few remaining examples of its kind. Provincial Heritage Site
2189 9/2/049/0002-082 61 Hercules Street, Kimberley 61 Hercules Street 61 Hercules Street, cnr Freeman Place Kimberley NC 1533 Register
2190 9/2/049/0120-101 40 Carrington Road, Kimberley Copper Lodge 40 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1012 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2191 9/2/049/0002-032 95 Main Road, Kimberley 95 Main Road 95 Main Road Kimberley NC 1236 Register
2192 9/2/049/0120-102 38 Carrington Road, Kimberley 38 Carrington Road 38 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1011 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2193 9/2/049/0002-035 31a Hercules Street, Kimberley 31a Hercules Street 31a Hercules Street Kimberley NC 1473 Register
2194 9/2/049/0002-021 115 Main Road, Kimberley 115 Main Road 115 Main Road Kimberley NC 1204 Register
2195 9/2/049/0002-026 117 Main Road, Kimberley 117 Main Road 117 Main Road Kimberley NC 1203 Register
2196 9/2/049/0002-029 85 Main Road, Kimberley 85 Main Road 85 Main Road, cnr Olympia Street Kimberley NC 1241 Register
2197 9/2/049/0002-046 41 Robinson Street, Kimberley 41 Robinson Street 41 Robinson Street, cnr Conolly Place Kimberley NC 1553 Register
2198 9/2/049/0002-033 97 Main Road, Kimberley 97 Main Road 97 Main Road, cnr Solomon Street Kimberley NC 1235 Register
2199 9/2/049/0120-104 34 Carrington Road, Kimberley 34 Carrington Road 34 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1009 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2200 9/2/049/0120-027 22 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley 22 Rendlesham Road 22 Rendlesham Road Kimberley NC 459 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance. Register
2201 9/2/019/0011 Corbelled House Complex, Konka, Carnarvon District Corbelled house Complex, 'Konka' Carnarvon Distrcit Carnarvon NC Konka is an excellent example of a rare, surviving corbelled house complex and sheep kraal, which to Provincial Heritage Site
2202 9/2/078/0012-013 19 Loop Street, Richmond Museum 19 Loop Street Richmond NC 321 A good building enhancing the streetscape Register
2203 9/2/049/0120-103 36 Carrington Road, Kimberley 36 Carrington Road 36 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1010 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2204 9/2/023/0015-001 Erf 329, Bell Street, Colesberg Erf 329, Bell Street Bell Street Colesberg NC 329 This square, double-storeyed warehouse is the only remaining example of its kind in Colesberg and, together with the other historic buildings in Bell Street, forms, a unique architectural and historic group. Provincial Heritage Site
2205 9/2/038/0005 Warren's Survey Beacons, Ramah, Herbert District Survey Beacons Farm Ramah NC These three beacons form part of the boundary line between the FSand Griqualand West which Sir Charles Warren and Jos. E de Villiers established in 1876 and 1877. This marked the end of the so-called Diamond Fields Dispute. Provincial Heritage Site
2206 9/2/049/0002-025 35 Robinson Street, Kimberley 35 Robinson Street 35 Robinson Street Kimberley NC 1484 Register
2207 9/2/049/0002-040 Tucker Street, Kimberley N C Bag & Bottle Merchants Tucker Street, cnr Parsons Lane Kimberley NC 8590 Register
2208 9/2/049/0002-139 30-30A Main Road, Kimberley Farmers Bazaar 30-30A Main Road Kimberley NC 1893 Register
2209 9/2/049/0002-068 Erf 1858, Main Road, Kimberley Apple Box Cafe Main Road, cnr FSRoad Kimberley NC 1858 Register
2210 9/2/049/0002-156 29 Tucker Street, Kimberley 29 Tucker Street 29 Tucker Street, cnr Parsons Lane Kimberley NC 9296 Register
2211 9/2/049/0002-099 Neale Street, Kimberley Methodist Church and Dugmore Memorial Hall Neale Street Kimberley NC 1713 Register
2212 9/2/049/0002-138 28 Main Road, Kimberley 28 Main Road 28 Main Road Kimberley NC 1892 Register
2213 9/2/049/0002-066 81 Main Road, Kimberley 81 Main Road 81 Main Road Kimberley NC 1413 Register
2214 9/2/049/0120-099 46a Carrington Road, Kimberley 46a Carrington Road 46a Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1015 Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance Register
2215 9/2/107/0007 Corbelled buildings, Jan Klaas Leegte, Williston District Corbelled buildings Jan Klaas Leegte, Williston District NC 193 In their entirety, these structures, which are all situated on one farmstead, form a unique cultural-historic and architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2216 9/2/049/0002-100 5 Neale Street, Kimberley House Salem 5 Neale Street Kimberley NC 1675 Register
2217 9/2/049/0120-100 4 Milner Street, Kimberley 4 Milner Street 4 Milner Street Kimberley NC 546 Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance Register
2218 9/2/049/0002-028 83 Main Road, Kimberley 83 Main Road 83 Main Road, cnr Olympia Street Kimberley NC 1412 Register
2219 9/2/049/0002-162 Erf 1709, Stanley Street, Kimberley Corner Pharmacy Stanley Street, cnr Main Road Kimberley NC 1709 Register
2220 9/2/049/0120-105 32 Carrington Road, Kimberley 32 Carrington Road 32 Carrington Road Kimberley NC 1008 Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance Register
2221 9/2/049/0002-096 101 Hercules Street, Kimberley 101 Hercules Street 101 Hercules Street, cnr Achilles Street Kimberley NC 1589 Register
2222 9/2/018/0005 Melbourne Terrace, 1-13 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town Melbourne Terrace Cape Town WC 117032, 117033, 117034, 117035, 117036, 117037, 117038 Provincial Heritage Site
2223 9/2/068/0003 Rus-in-Urbe, Oudtshoorn Rus-in-Urbe Oudtshoorn WC 4816 Provincial Heritage Site
2224 9/2/111/0060/001 Van Riebeeck's Hedge, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Cape Town Van Riebeeck's Hedge Bishopscourt Cape Town WC 85 & 86 Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2225 9/2/021/0005 Karoopoort Outspan, Ceres District Karoopoort Outspan WC 266 Karoopoort was a well-known and popular outspan for early travellers to the North. It was described, among others, by the travellers Lichtenstein and Burchell at the beginning of the nineteenth century. There are also three historic buildings on the site Provincial Heritage Site
2226 9/2/110/0001 Olifantsberg, Worcester District Olifantsberg WC 632 Provincial Heritage Site
2227 9/2/083/0002 Parel Vallei, Aberdeen Road, Somerset West Parel Vallei Aberdeen Road Cape Town WC 107 Provincial Heritage Site
2228 9/2/018/0107 Riebeeck Square (block bounded by Shortmarket, Bree, Church and Buitengracht Streets), Cape Town Riebeeck Square Cape Town WC Historical Interest. 2.Riebeeck Square.- One of the squares round which Cape Town developed. It was first known as Boeren- plein, an d later as Hottentot Square. Here the farmers outspanned their wagons and off-loaded their products. Provincial Heritage Site
2230 9/2/069/0001/005 Hugo Cemetery, Daljosafat, Paarl District Hugo Cemetery Daljosafat Paarl WC 1341 The farms Non Pareille and Goede Rust were originally granted in 1690 and Roggeland in 1693. These farms were for centuries in the hands of the French Huguenots and their descendants. There are approximately 14 historic buildings in the Cape Dutch or Vic Provincial Heritage Site
2231 9/2/069/0018/001 Het Sticht, Simondium, Paarl District Het Sticht Simondium WC 934 Provincial Heritage Site
2232 9/2/094/0051 Old Rhenish Church-and-School, Steinthal, Tulbagh District Old Rhenish Church-and-School WC 182 Provincial Heritage Site
2233 9/2/084/0118 Libertas, Stellenbosch Disrict Libertas Stellenbosch South WC Home of Adam Tas. Murals Provincial Heritage Site
2234 9/2/018/0264-063 Erf 1363, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1363 Cape Town WC 1363 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2235 9/2/083/0017 Somerset House Preparatory School, Somerset West Somerset House Preparatory School Drama Street Cape Town WC 2434 This property originally formed part of the farm Cloetenberg which was bought in 1709 by Catharina Cloete. The oldest section of the building complex dates from 1725 and the front gable of the homestead bears the date 1785. Provincial Heritage Site
2236 9/2/111/0015 Groot Constantia, Constantia, Wynberg District Groot Constantia Cape Town WC The Groot Constantia State Estate previously formed part of the farm Constantia, which was granted to Simon van der Stel in 1685 and was subdivided after his death in 1712. The farm Constantia with the Cape Dutch manor house thereOn was acquired in 1885 b Provincial Heritage Site
2237 9/2/012/0012 Milestone XII and Oil lamp, cnr Voortrekker and Durban Roads, Bellville Milestone XII & Oil lamp Bellville WC Provincial Heritage Site
2238 9/2/069/0052 Vlakkeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Vlakkeland Daljosafat WC Provincial Heritage Site
2239 9/2/018/0140 Church Square, Cape Town Church Square Cape Town WC Historical Interest. 3. Church Square.- One of the squares round which Cape Town developed. It was the square used by churchgoers of the Groote Kerk. Provincial Heritage Site
2240 9/2/018/0183 Locomotive, Cape Town Station, Cape Town Locomotive Cape Town Station Cape Town WC Heritage Object
2241 9/2/079/0001 Zeekoegat, Riversdale District Zeekoegat WC HISTORICAL INTEREST. A typical farm house of the eighteenth century. From here two expeditions set out in 1782 and 1790, respectively, in search of survivors of the wrecked ship, the Grosvenor. Provincial Heritage Site
2242 9/2/030/0033 Meulrivier, George District Meulrivier WC 60 Provincial Heritage Site
2243 9/2/111/0017 Tokai Arboretum, Tokai Forest, Wynberg District Tokai Arboretum Cape Town WC The South African forest industry had its beginnings on this site when Joseph Storr Lister, Conservator of Forests of the Western Conservancy of the Cape Colony, laid out this impressive arboretum in 1885. The arboretum is world famous among botanists, ho Provincial Heritage Site
2244 9/2/084/0024/001 Pulpit, Rhenish Church, The Braak, Stellenbosch Pulpit Stellenbosch WC The pulpit and lectern were made by Simon Pieter Christoffel Londt in 1853 Heritage Object
2245 9/2/111/0007 Long Kloof, Main Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town Long Kloof Main Road Cape Town WC 4150 Provincial Heritage Site
2246 9/2/111/0110 Woolsack, Rondebosch, Cape Town Woolsack Cape Town WC This residence, with its interesting mixture of Cape Dutch and neo-classical features, was rebuilt by Sir Herbert Baker for the use of poets and artists on the instructions of Cecil John Rhodes. Rudyard Kipling and his family stayed here during the summer Provincial Heritage Site
2247 9/2/092/0067 Grier Bridge, Breede River, Swellendam District Grier Bridge WC For 150 years vehicular traffic crossed the Breede River at a pont. Near the site of the second pont the first bridge over the Breede river near Swellendam was built in the early 1890s. It is a triumph of Victorian engineering. Sections of the iron bri Provincial Heritage Site
2248 9/2/018/0092 Greenmarket Square, Cape Town Greenmarket Square Cape Town WC Historical Interest. 1. Greenmarket Square.- One of the squares round which Cape Town developed. In early times it was the site of the vegetable and fruit market. Provincial Heritage Site
2249 9/2/039/0008 Krombeksrivier Homestead, Heidelberg District Krombeksrivier Homestead WC 250 Provincial Heritage Site
2250 9/2/052/0030 Anglo-Boer War Fort, Knysna Anglo-Boer War Fort Knysna WC 1364 Provincial Heritage Site
2251 9/2/111/0002/047 Spes Bona and Unicorn House, cnr Durban and Victoria Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Spes Bona & Unicorn House Durban Road Cape Town WC 66798 Provincial Heritage Site
2252 9/2/015/0010/002 Hallbeck House, Mission Complex, Genadendal Hallbeck House Genadendal WC Glebe land no 3 Provincial Heritage Site
2253 9/2/012/0013 Oil lamp, cnr Voortrekker and Durban Roads, Bellville Oil lamp Bellville WC Provincial Heritage Site
2254 9/2/018/0186 South African National Library, Cape Town SA Library Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2255 9/2/069/0078 Bergskadus, Klein Drakenstein, Paarl District Bergskadus Klein Drakenstein WC Provincial Heritage Site
2256 9/2/084/0088 Koopmanskloof, Stellenbosch Koopmanskloof Stellenbosch West WC 215 Provincial Heritage Site
2257 9/2/018/0264-062 Erf 1352, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1352 Cape Town WC 1352 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2258 9/2/084/0171 Meerlust, Stellenbosch District Meerlust Eerste Rivier, Stellenbosch South WC Provincial Heritage Site
2259 9/2/084/0089 Vredenburg, Stellenbosch District Vredenburg Eersterivier, Stellenbosch South WC Provincial Heritage Site
2260 9/2/068/0024 Pinehurst, Oudtshoorn Pinehurst Oudtshoorn WC 734 Provincial Heritage Site
2261 9/2/084/0023 Lanzerac, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch Lanzerac Jonkershoek Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2262 9/2/018/0062 Old Wooden Bridge over the Milnerton Lagoon, Milnerton Old Wooden Bridge over the Milnerton Lagoon Cape Town WC 2 Provincial Heritage Site
2263 9/2/111/0008 Trovato, 44 Coach Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Travato 44 Coach Road Cape Town WC 91953 Provincial Heritage Site
2264 9/2/021/0001 Old Tollhouse, Michell's Pass, Ceres Old Tollhouse Ceres WC 1001 Provincial Heritage Site
2265 9/2/060/0014 Lime kiln, De la Rey, Malmesbury District Lime kiln WC 554 This lime kiln is one of two similar structures in the area and one of the few remaining examples of the open kiln type in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2266 9/2/060/0015 Lime kiln, Jacobus Kraal, Malmesbury District Lime kiln WC 554 This lime kiln is one of two similar structures in the area and one of the few remaining examples of the open kiln type in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2267 9/2/081/0069 9 Inch MLR Gun, Middle North Battery, Simonstown 9 Inch MLR Gun Middle North Battary, Simonstown Cape Town WC Heritage Object
2268 9/2/060/0022 Bokkerivier, Bokbaai, Malmesbury District Bokkerivier WC 733 The farm Bokke Rivier is world renowned for the "Bokbaaivygies", nemesias and the wealth of other flowers and wild life that flourish there, The farm buildings of Buck Bay are of outstanding historical and aesthetic value, Provincial Heritage Site
2269 9/2/054/0005 Milestone XV, Kuils River Municipality, Kuils River Milestone XV Kuils River WC 1691 Provincial Heritage Site
2270 9/2/018/0053 Green Point Lighthouse, Cape Town Green Point Lighthouse Cape Town WC 1417 Provincial Heritage Site
2271 9/2/013/0008 Cape L'Agulhas Lighthouse, Bredasdorp District Cape L'Agulhas Lighthouse WC 281 This lighthouse was completed in 1849 and is the second oldest existing structure of its kind in South Africa. Since then it has contributed largely towards reducing the number of shipwrecks on the most dangerous part of the South African coastline. Provincial Heritage Site
2272 9/2/021/0010 Verlorenvlei, Ceres District Verlorenvlei WC 344 Provincial Heritage Site
2273 9/2/018/0212-001 Dovecot, Koornhoop, Dixon Road, Mowbray, Cape Town Koornhoop dovecot Dixon Road Cape Town WC 28173 Provincial Heritage Site
2274 9/2/060/0021 Swartland survey beacon, Klipvlei, Malmesbury District Swartland survey beacon WC 457 This pyramid-shaped sandstone beacon, with its mounted platinum pin, forms the western terminal point of Sir Thomas Maclear's Zwartland survey baseline, which was laid in 1840/41. It is closely associated with the development of surveying in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2275 9/2/018/0063 ICS Building, 10 Dock Road, Cape Town ICS Building 10 Dock Road, cnr Buitengracht Cape Town WC 1400; 1401 Provincial Heritage Site
2276 9/2/110/0014 52 Church Street, Worcester 52 Church Street 52 Church Street Worcester WC 411 Provincial Heritage Site
2277 9/2/094/0033 16 Church Street, Tulbagh 16 Church Street 16 Church Street Tulbagh WC 672 Provincial Heritage Site
2278 9/2/094/0041 Erf 109, 17 Church Street, Tulbagh Honeyoak 17 Church Street Tulbagh WC 109 Provincial Heritage Site
2279 9/2/056/0014 58 Church Street, Ladismith 58 Church Street 58 Church Street Ladismith WC 644 Provincial Heritage Site
2280 9/2/094/0028 18 Church Street, Tulbagh 18 Church Street 18 Church Street Tulbagh WC 158 This Victorian house is situated on a piece of land which was sold in 1853 to E. French and forms an important element in the street scene of Church Street, Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2281 9/2/110/0012 66 Church Street, Worcester 66 Church Street 66 Church Street Worcester WC 450 Provincial Heritage Site
2282 9/2/110/0016 Afrikaner Museum, 75 Church Street, Worcester Afrikaner Museum 75 Church Street Worcester WC 814 This building is a typical example of the mid-nineteenth century architecture in Worcester. Provincial Heritage Site
2283 9/2/076/0022 20 Church Street, cnr Jan Louw Street, Prince Albert Helmuth House 20 Church Street, cnr Jan Louw Street Prince Albert WC 468 Provincial Heritage Site
2284 9/2/018/0116/001 Zonnebloem Cottages, Cambridge Street, Woodstock, Cape Town Zonnebloem Cottages Cambridge Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2285 9/2/111/0002/058 Petersklip, Piers Road; 49 & 51 Durban Road; The Armoury, Wolfe Street and The Coach House, Piers Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Petersklip, Piers Road; Cape Town WC The historic Old Wynberg Village is an area of considerable character, as well as being of historical, architectural and environmental importance. It is one of the few areas close to the City of Cape Town that have retained their historical character. Provincial Heritage Site
2286 9/2/018/0264-036 Erf 1372, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1372 Cape Town WC 1372 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2287 9/2/068/0001 Cango Caves, De Kombuis, Oudtshoorn District Cango Caves WC Provincial Heritage Site
2288 9/2/092/0033 Rotterdam, Swellendam District Rotterdam WC Provincial Heritage Site
2289 9/2/110/0053 Doornrivier farmstead, Worcester District Doornrivier farmstead WC An exceptionally fine Cape Dutch House, built in 1790, and the old watermill building adjacent to it. Provincial Heritage Site
2290 9/2/058/0007 Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Geelbek River, Laingsburg District Anglo-Boer War blockhouse near Geelbek WC 108 A very fine example of the blockhouses erected during the Anglo-Boer War. Provincial Heritage Site
2291 9/2/110/0006 Kleinplasie, Show Grounds, Worcester Kleinplasie Worcester WC 194, 8645 Provincial Heritage Site
2292 9/2/080/0015 Old Library, Robertson Old Library Robertson WC 172 Provincial Heritage Site
2293 9/2/094/0044-007 Erf 57, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 57, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 57 Provincial Heritage Site
2294 9/2/060/0017 Birthplace of General Smuts, Ongegund, Malmesbury District Birthplace of General Smuts WC 508 Jan Christiaan Smuts was born in this house on 24 May 1870. Provincial Heritage Site
2295 9/2/069/0087 9 De Jongh Avenue, Paarl 9 De Jongh Avenue 9 De Jongh Avenue Paarl WC 13031 Provincial Heritage Site
2296 9/2/018/0264-064 Erf 1962, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1962 Cape Town WC 1962 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2297 9/2/022/0006 Dovecote and Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Graafwater Farm, Clanwilliam District Dovecote and Anglo-Boer War blockhouse WC 97 Provincial Heritage Site
2298 9/2/022/0006-002 Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Graafwater Farm, Clanwilliam District Anglo-Boer War blockhouse WC 97 Provincial Heritage Site
2299 9/2/022/0006-001 Dovecote, Graafwater Farm, Clanwilliam District Dovecote WC 97 Provincial Heritage Site
2300 9/2/094/0032 34 Church Street, Tulbagh 34 Church Street 34 Church Street Tulbagh WC 183 The U-shaped Cape-Dutch house on this property was erected in about 1800 and has a concavo-convex gable in front. The erven form an important part of the street scene of the historic Church Street in Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2301 9/2/072/0015 St Helenafontein, Piketberg District St Helenafontein WC A 29 Provincial Heritage Site
2302 9/2/081/0058 Stempastorie Museum, Church Street, Simonstown Stempastorie Museum Church Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2303 9/2/021/0009 Boplaas, Ceres District Boplaas WC 185 This farm has since 1743 been in the possession of the Van der Merwe family and is well-known in the Afrikaans literature through the works of I. W. van der Merwe (Boerneef). The historic buildings date mostly from the beginning of the 19th century and fo Provincial Heritage Site
2304 9/2/042/0010 Oosterwal, Hopefield District Oosterwal WC 353 The farm Oostewal, which borders on the Langebaan Lagoon, with its springs of fresh water was a favourite port of call of ships and vessels from all over the world during the 17th and 18th centuries as this was the only source of fresh water in the area. Provincial Heritage Site
2305 9/2/042/0001/002 VOC Beacon, Geelbek 360, Hopefield District VOC Beacon WC 360 Provincial Heritage Site
2306 9/2/069/0080 7 De Jongh Avenue, Paarl 7 De Jongh Avenue 7 De Jongh Avenue Paarl WC 7030 Together with the other buildings in De Jongh Avenue, the house forms an important historical and architectural group. Provincial Heritage Site
2307 9/2/068/0017 Watermill, Voelgesang, De Rust, Oudtshoorn District Watermill WC 249 Provincial Heritage Site
2308 9/2/101/0007 Fishermen's cottages, Saldanha Fishermen's cottages Saldanha WC 849 These oval-shaped cottages were built by George Goode Busch in 1918 and are the only remaining fishermen's cottages of this type in the vicinity of Saldanha. Provincial Heritage Site
2309 9/2/054/0003 Hazendal, Bottelary Road, Kuils River District Hazendal WC 222 Provincial Heritage Site
2310 9/2/111/0033 Vineyard Hotel, Newlands, Cape Town Vineyard Hotel Cape Town WC 155543 Provincial Heritage Site
2311 9/2/111/0064/001 Welgelegen Cemetery, Cape Town Welgelegen Cemetery Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2312 9/2/111/0002/012 Drew House, Durban Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Drew House Durban Road, cnr Victoria Street Cape Town WC 66812 Provincial Heritage Site
2313 9/2/030/0007 Church and church buildings, Pacaltsdorp Church and church buildings Pacaltsdorp WC 133; 158 Provincial Heritage Site
2314 9/2/052/0016 St Andrews Church, Redbourne, Plettenberg Bay St Andrews Church Plettenberg Bay WC HISTORICAL INTEREST The church was built in 1851 and is the oldest Anglican Church in the Diocese of George. Provincial Heritage Site
2316 9/2/110/0061 De Doorns homestead, De Doorns, Hex River Valley, Worcester District De Doorns homestead WC Provincial Heritage Site
2317 9/2/084/0020 Rust en Vrede, Annandale Road, Stellenbosch Rust en Vrede Stellenbosch South WC Provincial Heritage Site
2318 9/2/018/0153 Groote Schuur Hospital, Observatory, Cape Town Groote Schuur Hospital Cape Town WC 27431 Although the facade of the building is an important example of union architecture, groote Schuur Hospital is best known as a landmark, both physically, and symbolically in terms of world medical history. Provincial Heritage Site
2319 9/2/083/0011/001 Railway Station, Sir Lowry's Pass Village Railway Station Cape Town WC 906 Provincial Heritage Site
2320 9/2/069/0121 Valencia, Daljosafat, Paarl District Valencia Daljosafat WC 577 Provincial Heritage Site
2321 9/2/084/0002/015 Wedge Corner, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Wedge Corner Idas Valley WC 111 Provincial Heritage Site
2322 9/2/069/0017 Onderdal School, Daljosafat, Paarl District Onderdal School Daljosafat Paarl WC 545 Historical and architectural interest The Onderdal School was founded in 1847, Building work on the new school commenced late in 1854 and the building was inaugurated on 31 May 1855. The school was officially opened on 5 June 1855 and was used until 1968, Provincial Heritage Site
2323 9/2/018/0211 Westoe, Mowbray, Cape Town Westoe Cape Town WC 28143 This property, which came into the possession of Francois Pieter de Necker in 1785, originally formed part of the farm Coornhoop. The Cape Dutch house known as Westoe, which was erected shortly afterwards by De Necker, was restored in 1967. The outbuildin Provincial Heritage Site
2324 9/2/018/0264-051 Erf 1362, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1362 Cape Town WC 1362 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2325 9/2/076/0015 Homestead, Vrolikheid, Prince Albert District Homestead WC This historic Cape Dutch house, with its elements of Karoo architecture, bears the date 1821 on its front gable. The farmhouse forms an important link with the history of the district and the front gable served as a prototype for other gables in the vicin Provincial Heritage Site
2326 9/2/083/0028 Groot Paardevlei, Somerset West Groot Paardevlei Magnolia Street Cape Town WC 6914 Provincial Heritage Site
2327 9/2/111/0036 Rondebosch Fountain, Main Road, Rondebosch, Cape Town Rondebosch Fountain Junction of Belmont & Main Roads Cape Town WC The" Fountain ' a drinking-trough for horses, is an interesting curiosity and a well-known landmark in Rondebosch dating back to 1891. Provincial Heritage Site
2328 9/2/010/0004 Matoppo House, 7 Bird Street, Beaufort West Matoppo House 7 Bird Street Beaufort West WC 2101 Provincial Heritage Site
2329 9/2/056/0004 Old Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Ladismith Old Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Ladismith WC 489 Provincial Heritage Site
2330 9/2/094/0034 20 Church Street, Tulbagh 20 Church Street 20 Church Street Tulbagh WC 654 This plot was originally granted in 1818 to J. Marais. The original historic wagon-house still exists. This property forms an important element in the street scene of Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2331 9/2/094/0016 Ballotina, 43 Church Street, Tulbagh Ballotina 43 Church Street Tulbagh WC 48 Provincial Heritage Site
2332 9/2/076/0021 15 Church Street, Prince Albert Doktershuis 15 Church Street Prince Albert WC 463 Provincial Heritage Site
2333 9/2/010/0016 Old Public Library, 15 Church Street, Beaufort West Old Public Library 15 Church Street Beaufort West WC Provincial Heritage Site
2334 9/2/010/0002/001 Cypress tree, Bird Street, Beaufort West Cypress tree Bird Street, cnr Church Street Beaufort West WC 582 This cypress tree is the only one remaining of about 25 similar trees that were planted in the original Dutch Reformed cemetery in 1834. Provincial Heritage Site
2335 9/2/094/0045 42 Church Street, Tulbagh Tulbagh Huis 42 Church Street Tulbagh WC 197 Provincial Heritage Site
2336 9/2/094/0029 40 Church Street, Tulbagh 40 Church Street 40 Church Street Tulbagh WC 196 Provincial Heritage Site
2337 9/2/018/0264-050 Erf 2773, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 2773 Cape Town WC 2773 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2338 9/2/010/0008 Cemeteries, Bird Street, Beaufort West Cemetery Bird Street, cnr Danie Theron Street Beaufort West WC 724 Provincial Heritage Site
2339 9/2/052/0003-001 Van Plettenberg Beacon Replica, Plettenberg Bay Van Plettenberg Beacon Replica Timber House Lot Plettenberg Bay WC Provincial Heritage Site
2340 9/2/094/0044-004 Erf 52, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 52, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 52 Provincial Heritage Site
2341 9/2/072/0010 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Piketberg Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Piketberg WC 544 Provincial Heritage Site
2342 9/2/018/0199 Sexton's House, Strand Street, Cape Town Sexton's House Strand Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2343 9/2/084/0114 Van Niekerk House, 47 Church Street, Stellenbosch Van Niekerk House 47 Church Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2344 9/2/110/0049 Old Gaol, 1 Distillery Road, Worcester Old Gaol 1 Distillery Road Worcester WC 8668 Provincial Heritage Site
2345 9/2/030/0017 VOC Beacon, George Museum, George VOC Beacon George WC HISTORICAL INTEREST. The beacon together with others was caused to be erected by Governor Van der Graaff in 1785 to show the Company's authority and to strengthen its claim to the territory. Heritage Object
2346 9/2/018/0068 Grand Parade, Cape Town Grand Parade Cape Town WC HISTORICAL INTEREST. The Grand Parade is one of Cape Town's historical squares and was the military parade ground during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Provincial Heritage Site
2347 9/2/069/0001/001 Roggeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Roggeland Daljosafat Paarl WC 542 Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2348 9/2/094/0044 38 Church Street, Tulbagh 38 Church Street 38 Church Street Tulbagh WC 190 Provincial Heritage Site
2349 9/2/069/0003 Bien Donne, Groot Drakenstein, Paarl District Bien Donne Groot Drakenstein WC 904 Provincial Heritage Site
2350 9/2/018/0264-059-02 Erf 1943, 93 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1943, 93 Chiappini Street 93 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1943 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2351 9/2/018/0008 Bo-Kaap - Outside declared area (Suburb), General Bo-Kaap - Outside declared area (Suburb) Cape Town WC HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Heritage Area
2352 9/2/068/0027 Vredelus homestead, De Rust, Oudtshoorn District Vredelus homestead WC 311 Provincial Heritage Site
2353 9/2/080/0002-321 Erf 378, McGregor Erf 378 McGregor WC 0000378 Provincial Heritage Site
2354 9/2/084/0033 Nooitgedacht, Stellenbosch District Nooitgedacht Daljosafat WC The house was built in 1774, and is an outstanding example of Cape Dutch architecture. Together with the slave bell and the outbuildings which include the wine cellar, it forms a remarkable architectural complex. The farm is also of special importance in Provincial Heritage Site
2355 9/2/080/0017 Wolfkloof, Robertson District Wolfkloof WC 48 Provincial Heritage Site
2356 9/2/018/0264-061 Erf 1354, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1354 Cape Town WC 1354 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2357 9/2/111/0055 Steenberg, Tokai, Cape Town Steenberg Cape Town WC 3663 Provincial Heritage Site
2358 9/2/018/0233 The Glen Country Club, Scenic Reserve, Clifton, Cape Townr The Glen Country Club Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2359 9/2/083/0033 Navarre, Firgrove, Somerset West District Navarre Cape Town WC 577 Provincial Heritage Site
2360 9/2/018/0264-046 89 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 89 Chiappini Street 89 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1963 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2361 9/2/018/0013 Two reservoirs in Belvidere Avenue and Camp Street, Gardens, Cape Town Two reservoirs in Belvidere Avenue and Camp Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 95129 Provincial Heritage Site
2362 9/2/068/0028 Mons Ruber Estate Wine tasting room, Rietvlei, Oudtshoorn District Mons Ruber Estate Wine tasting room WC Provincial Heritage Site
2363 9/2/012/0005 All Saints Anglican Church, Durbanville All Saints Anglican Church Durbanville WC 835, 836, 837, 838, 882 This complex, of which the All Saints Church and the older parsonage are predominantly in the Victorian style and date from 1860, is closely associated with the history and development of Durbanville. Provincial Heritage Site
2364 9/2/110/0071 Church Square, Worcester Church Square Worcester WC Church Square forms an integral part of the original, town plan of Worcester as it was drawn up in 1819. In former times the Square was often used for open-air meetings of every kind, and with the surrounding buildings, it forms the historical and archite Provincial Heritage Site
2365 9/2/018/0185 Old Municipal Hall, Jansen Street, Milnerton, Cape Town Old Municipal Hall Jansen Street Cape Town WC 479 Provincial Heritage Site
2366 9/2/111/0057/001 The Summer House, Belvedere, Middle Campus, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, Cape Town Summer House University of Cape Town, Middle Campus Cape Town WC This Summer House with the benches on either side, was built by the Dutch East India Company on the Rustenburg Estates. It is amongst the oldest existing buildings in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2367 9/2/111/0102 Rondebosch Common, Rondebosch, Cape Town Rondebosch Common Cape Town WC HISTORICAL INTEREST This land served as a camping ground for Batavian and british troops during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Later it was reserved for the use of the public for recreation purposes. In 1870 it was transferred to the Municipalit Provincial Heritage Site
2368 9/2/013/0020/001 De Hoop homestead, De Hoop Nature Reserve, Bredasdorp District De Hoop homestead WC This farmstead consists of five historic buildings which dates from approximately the late eighteenth century. The group of buildings with its large "werf" and surrounding ring-wall, forms a unique historical and architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2369 9/2/084/0087 Uiterwyk, Stellenbosch District Uiterwyk Stellenbosch West WC 255 Provincial Heritage Site
2370 9/2/084/0014 Mill Stream, Stellenbosch Mill Stream Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2371 9/2/018/0149 Company Gardens, Cape Town Company Gardens Cape Town WC HISTORICAL INTEREST " This garden is situated on the site where commander van Riebeeck originally laid out a garden supply visiting ships with fresh provisions" Provincial Heritage Site
2372 9/2/052/0003 Old Timber Store, Timber House Lot, Plettenberg Bay Old Timber Store Timber House Lot Plettenberg Bay WC Provincial Heritage Site
2373 9/2/083/0013/001 Old Dovecot, Onverwacht 811, Somerset West District Old Dovecot Onverwacht Cape Town WC 811 This dovecot is a particularly good example of the dovecots often built on old farms. Provincial Heritage Site
2374 9/2/076/0008 Albert's Mill, Christina de Wit Street, Prince Albert Albert's Mill Christina de Wit Street Prince Albert WC 539 HISTORICAL INTEREST. This old watermill was built by HJ Botes in 1850 and is still in working order. Situated at the foot of the Swart Berg Pass it is anoutstanding feature on this popular tourist route. Provincial Heritage Site
2375 9/2/111/0026 West Battery (West Fort), Hout Bay, Cape Town West Battery Cape Town WC 1209 Provincial Heritage Site
2376 9/2/092/0037 Old Post Office, 22 Swellengrebel Street, Swellendam Old Post Office 22 Swellengrebel Street Swellendam WC Provincial Heritage Site
2377 9/2/092/0052 Lismore, Swellendam District Lismore WC 128 The core of this Cape Dutch homestead dates from the 1750s. Additions were made in the 1840s, after which it remained unaltered. Since then, Lismore has been in the possession of the Barry family for five generations. Provincial Heritage Site
2378 9/2/111/0079 Josephine Mill, Newlands, Cape Town Josephine Mill Cape Town WC 96664 The Josephine Mill, a watermill built by Jacob Letterstedt in 1840, has close historical links with the nearby brewery, whose original building this same Letterstedt erected in 1859. The historical interest of the Josephine Mill is, moreover, enhanced by Provincial Heritage Site
2379 9/2/018/0264-059-01 Erf 1944, 93 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1944, 93 Chiappini Street 93 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1944 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2380 9/2/069/0022/002 Homestead, Kleinbosch, Daljosafat, Paarl District Kleinbosch, De Kleine Bos Daljosafat, Paarl district WC Kleineboschkop Annex 637 Provincial Heritage Site
2381 9/2/018/0264-058 91 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 91 Chiappini Street 91 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1945 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2382 9/2/018/0232 Geological exposure, Sea Point, Cape Town Geological exposure Cape Town WC 464 Provincial Heritage Site
2383 9/2/039/0004 Barry Church, Port Beaufort Barry Church Port Beaufort WC 4 Provincial Heritage Site
2384 9/2/018/0264-052 71 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 71 Chiappini Street 71 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1351 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2385 9/2/018/0264-053 73 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 73 Chiappini Street 73 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1350 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2386 9/2/018/0264-054 75 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 75 Chiappini Street 75 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1348; 1349 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2387 9/2/018/0264-066 77 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 77 Chiappini Street 77 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1347 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2388 9/2/018/0264-056 83 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 83 Chiappini Street 83 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1964 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2389 9/2/018/0264/003 85 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 85 Chiappini Street 85 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1964 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2390 9/2/111/0025 Sandstone Chapel, Tokai, Cape Town Sandstone Chapel Cape Town WC 3346 Provincial Heritage Site
2391 9/2/084/0001-026 Oak trees, Dorp Street and The Avenue, Stellenbosch Oak trees Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2392 9/2/084/0122 Theological Seminary, 171 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Theological Seminary 171 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2393 9/2/084/0112 Pierneef Museum, 149 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Pierneef Museum 149 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC This house displays a harmonious mixture of Cape Dutch and Georgian characteristics. The oldest portion presumably dates from the beginning of the eighteenth century. The property forms an essential architectural and aesthetic keystone in the historic cor Provincial Heritage Site
2394 9/2/084/0077 Bok House, 152 and 154 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Bok House 152 & 154 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2395 9/2/084/0074 Hauptfleisch House, 153 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Hauptfleisch House 153 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2396 9/2/084/0061 155 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch 155 Dorp Street 155 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC 1178, 1179, 1182 Provincial Heritage Site
2397 9/2/084/0079 Diaconies Remise, 156 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Diaconies Remise 156 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2398 9/2/084/0076 Loubscher House, 157 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Loubscher House 157 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2399 9/2/084/0081 158 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch 158 Dorp Street 158 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC 1322 Provincial Heritage Site
2400 9/2/084/0073 Saxenhof, 159 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Saxenhof 159 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2401 9/2/111/0002/014 1 Carr Hill, Wynberg, Cape Town 1 Carrs Hill 1 Carr Hill Cape Town WC 66655, 66656 Provincial Heritage Site
2402 9/2/084/0143 162 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch 162 Dorp Street 162 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2403 9/2/018/0059 Stone wall, Buitengracht, Cape Town Stone wall Buitengracht Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2404 9/2/018/0102 Tafelberg Dutch Reformed Church, Buitenkant Street, Cape Town Tafelberg Dutch Reformed Church Buitenkant Street, cnr Commercial Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2405 9/2/092/0049 5 Buitenkant Street, Swellendam 5 Buitenkant Street 5 Buitenkant Street Swellendam WC 1310 This predominantly Victorian dwelling-house, with its bay window at one end and veranda stretching on two sides of the building, was erected in 1900 by a local buildier named Karg. Provincial Heritage Site
2406 9/2/106/0014 Twist Niet, 31 Burg Street, Wellington Twist Niet 31 Burg Street Wellington WC 1090 Provincial Heritage Site
2407 9/2/018/0045 Cape Heritage House, 67-73 Burg Street, Cape Town Cape Heritage House 67-73 Burg Street, cnr Church Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2408 9/2/018/0032 Welgemeend, Camp Street, Gardens, Cape Town Welgemeend Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2409 9/2/111/0002/064 Hodi Mihi, 2 Carr Hill, Wynberg, Cape Town Hodi Mihi 2 Carr Hill Cape Town WC 66653 Provincial Heritage Site
2410 9/2/111/0002/055 Withens, 3 Carr Hill, Wynberg, Cape Town Withens 3 Carr Hill Cape Town WC 66652 Provincial Heritage Site
2411 9/2/056/0010 Lutheran Church complex, Church Street, Ladismith Lutheran Church complex Church Street Ladismith WC 251, 252, 253, 280 Provincial Heritage Site
2412 9/2/084/0019 Stellenbosch Hotel, 160 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch Stellenbosch Hotel 160 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC 9547 Provincial Heritage Site
2413 9/2/018/0187 122 Bree Street, Cape Town 122 Bree Street 122 Bree Street Cape Town WC 2073; 9713 This house is one of the few remaining Georgian double-storeyed houses in Cape Town, and is therefore an inalienable part of the city's architectural heritage. Provincial Heritage Site
2414 9/2/080/0033 Erven 66 and 69, Bree Street, McGregor Mercury House Bree Street, cnr Grewe Street McGregor WC 0000066, 69 (Rem) This double-storeyed dwelling-house is a good example of the Georgian style and forms an important element of the historical centre of McGregor. Provincial Heritage Site
2415 9/2/012/0010 King's Court, 4 Church Street, Durbanville Kings Court 4 Church Street Durbanville WC 1755 Provincial Heritage Site
2416 9/2/094/0038 4 Church Street, Tulbagh 4 Church Street 4 Church Street Tulbagh WC 141 Provincial Heritage Site
2417 9/2/076/0014 Old Mission Church Parsonage, 5 Church Street, Prince Albert Old Mission Church Parsonage 5 Church Street Prince Albert WC 484 Provincial Heritage Site
2418 9/2/094/0008 De Oude Herberg, 6 Church Street, Tulbagh De Oude Herberg 6 Church Street Tulbagh WC 140/R & 142/R This gabled house dates from the middle of the 19th century and also has certain Victorian characteristics. Provincial Heritage Site
2419 9/2/094/0003 8 Church Street, Tulbagh 8 Church Street 8 Church Street Tulbagh WC 144 Provincial Heritage Site
2420 9/2/094/0030 10 Church Street, Tulbagh Carpe Diem 10 Church Street Tulbagh WC 146 Provincial Heritage Site
2421 9/2/084/0021 Coachman's Cottage, Alexander Street, Stellenbosch Coachman's Cottage Alexander Street Stellenbosch WC 3433 Provincial Heritage Site
2422 9/2/084/0113 141 and 143 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch 141 and 143 Dorp Street 141 & 143 Dorp Street Stellenbosch WC The original portions of this Cape Dutch house date from the middle of the eighteenth century and it was first used as parsonage for the Rev. Meent Borcherds. The property forms an essential part of the traditional architectural street scene of Dorp Stree Provincial Heritage Site
2423 9/2/018/0189 Jan de Waal House, 93 Bree Street, Cape Town Jan de Waal House 93 Bree Street Cape Town WC 2151 2171 (PORTION) The erf of which this Georgian double-storeyed house stands, was granted to Jan de Waal in 1752. The house, which was presumably erected shortly afterwards, received its Georgian character early in the nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
2424 9/2/018/0071 158 Buitengracht, Cape Town 158 Buitengracht 158 Buitengracht Cape Town WC 2863 Provincial Heritage Site
2425 9/2/084/0070 Divisional Council Building, Alexander Street, Stellenbosch Divisional Council Building Alexander Street Stellenbosch WC This building is proclaimed as a monument on account of its architectural merits. It is an integral part of the historic nucleus of Stellenbosch. Provincial Heritage Site
2426 9/2/018/0205 Anrieth pediment, Glaston House, 127-139 Bree Street, Cape Town Anreith pediment 127-139 Bree Street Cape Town WC In the cornice and pediment there is a sculpture designed by well-known Cape architect Anton Anreith. It is the only example left of such embossment on a building in Cape Town, of which there were formerly at least twenty. Heritage Object
2427 9/2/018/0188 173 Bree Street, Cape Town 173 Bree Street 173 Bree Street, cnr Pepper Street Cape Town WC 3289 In its present form this Victorian double-storeyed shop building with its cast-iron balcony dates from the end of the nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
2428 9/2/111/0006-002 1 Brian Mansergh Close, Wynberg, Cape Town 1 Brian Mansergh Close 1 Brian Mansergh Close Cape Town WC 111828 Provincial Heritage Site
2429 9/2/111/0016 2 Brian Mansergh Close, Wynberg, Cape Town 2 Brian Mansergh Close 2 Brian Mansergh Close Cape Town WC 111827 Provincial Heritage Site
2430 9/2/018/0087 Silverknowles, 20 Brownlow Street, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town Silverknowles Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 1113 Provincial Heritage Site
2431 9/2/092/0017 27 Berg Street, Swellendam 27 Berg Street 27 Berg Street Swellendam WC 1587 These four dwelling-houses with their Victoria characteristics all date from the nineteenth century or the first decade of the twentieth century and form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Swellendam. Provincial Heritage Site
2432 9/2/084/0153 Coopman House, 33 Church Street, Stellenbosch Coopman House 33 Church Street Stellenbosch WC This historic dwelling-house is a typical Georgian double-storeyed town house of the middle eighteenth century. The property forms an essential part of the traditional architectural street scene of Church Street, and therefore also of the historic core o Provincial Heritage Site
2433 9/2/018/0226 31 Carstens Street, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town 31 Carstens Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 284 Provincial Heritage Site
2434 9/2/080/0002-307 Erven 189, 190, 191 cnr Barry and Mill Streets, McGregor Erven 189 Barry Street, cnr Mill Street McGregor WC 0000189/190 The oldest of these two buildings is a T-shaped cottage in the vernacular style an a dates from about 1860. The second cottage is from a later phase and is constructed in the typical Georgian Karoo style. The property in its entirety forms an important ar Provincial Heritage Site
2435 9/2/018/0179/001 Egyptian building, Orange Street, Cape Town Egyptian building University of Cape Town, Hiddingh Campus Cape Town WC 95139, 95146 This building was completed in 184l for the South African College, later the University of Cape Town. It s the first building erected for higher education in South Africa and today still serves the same purpose. Provincial Heritage Site
2436 9/2/084/0150 18 Crozier Street, Stellenbosch 18 Crozier Street 18 Crozier Street Stellenbosch WC 2109 Provincial Heritage Site
2437 9/2/094/0045-002 Erf 205, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 205, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 205 Provincial Heritage Site
2438 9/2/094/0045-001 Erf 202, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 202, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 202 Provincial Heritage Site
2439 9/2/092/0026 JVDS House, 266/268 Voortrek Street, Swellendam JVDS House 266/268 Voortrek Street Swellendam WC 578 Provincial Heritage Site
2440 9/2/106/0004 Dutch Reformed Church Complex, Main Street, Wellington Dutch Reformed Church Main Street Wellington WC 32 Provincial Heritage Site
2441 9/2/069/0069 Dutch Reformed Church, Main Street, Paarl Dutch Reformed Church Main Street, cnr High Street Paarl WC The Strooidakkerk, Paarl, was consecrated in 1805 and is one of the oldest Dutch Reformed Church buildings, still in use, in the Republic. It has a great tradition and its architectural merit is considerable. Provincial Heritage Site
2442 9/2/083/0023 Police Station, 124 Main Street, Somerset West Police Station 124 Main Street Cape Town WC 2154 Provincial Heritage Site
2443 9/2/084/0146 Old Labourers' Cottages, Old Strand Road, Stellenbosch Old Labourers' Cottages Old Strand Road Stellenbosch WC 6156 Provincial Heritage Site
2444 9/2/111/0103 Dutch Reformed Church, Carr Hill Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Dutch Reformed Church Carr Hill Road Cape Town WC 66637 HISTORICAL INTEREST. A Dutch Reformed Church was built here in 1831. In 1899 it was replaced by the present fine building. Provincial Heritage Site
2445 9/2/018/0094/003 Outbuildings, Mount Nelson Hotel, Orange Street, Gardens, Cape Town Outbuildings Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2446 9/2/076/0006 Erf 193, Swartberg Hotel, Church Street, Prince Albert Swartberg Hotel Church Street Prince Albert WC 193 Provincial Heritage Site
2447 9/2/069/0108 27 and 29 Orange Street, Paarl 27 and 29 Orange Street 27 & 29 Orange Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian. Victorian and Edwardian styles o Provincial Heritage Site
2448 9/2/069/0081 Mijn Hoop Vervuld, 10 De Jongh Avenue, Paarl Mijn Hoop Vervuld 10 De Jongh Avenue Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2449 9/2/031/0001/010 11 The Mead, Pinelands, Cape Town 11 The Mead 11 The Mead Cape Town WC 133 Provincial Heritage Site
2450 9/2/094/0013-002 Erf 72, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 72, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 72 Provincial Heritage Site
2451 9/2/094/0044-002 Erf 67, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 67, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 67 Provincial Heritage Site
2452 9/2/111/0066 Old St Andrew's Church, Palmboom Road, Newlands, Cape Town Old St Andrew's Church Palmboom Road Cape Town WC 48294 This attractive little church has considerable architectural merit and was built in about 1857. Provincial Heritage Site
2453 9/2/081/0053 Palace Barracks, Palace Hill Road, Simonstown Palace Barracks Palace Hill Road Cape Town WC 634 Provincial Heritage Site
2454 9/2/018/0146 Gardens Commercial High School, Paddock Avenue, Gardens, Cape Town Gardens Commercial High School Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 96169 Provincial Heritage Site
2455 9/2/042/0008 Dutch Reformed Church, Oostewal Street, Langebaan Dutch Reformed Church Oostewal Street Langebaan WC 160 Provincial Heritage Site
2456 9/2/039/0007 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Square, Heidelberg Dutch Reformed Church Heidelberg WC 429 Provincial Heritage Site
2457 9/2/018/0227 Devonshire Villa, 33 Carstens Street, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town Devonshire Villa Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 290 Provincial Heritage Site
2458 9/2/018/0210 De Goede Verwachting, 17 Cavalcade Road, Green Point, Cape Town De Goede Verwachting 17 Cavalcade Road Cape Town WC 497 HISTORICAL INTEREST. A fine example of an early nineteenth century house at the Cape. It bears the date 1815 and is an example of a Georgian house in the neo-classicistic style of building. Provincial Heritage Site
2459 9/2/069/0007 La Concordia, Cecelia Street, Paarl La Concordia Cecelia Street Paarl WC 7205 These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
2460 9/2/018/0264-057 65A Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 65A Chiappini Street 65A Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1031 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2461 9/2/111/0106/002 Boshof, Boshof Avenue, Newlands, Cape Town Boshof Boshof Avenue Cape Town WC 49987 Check 97555 Provincial Heritage Site
2462 9/2/111/0028 Tabora, Boshof Avenue, Newlands, Cape Town Tabora Boshof Avenue Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2463 9/2/018/0264-055 69 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 69 Chiappini Street 69 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1351 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2464 9/2/018/0264-027 95 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 95 Chiappini Street 95 Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1942 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2465 9/2/094/0032-001 Erf 74, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 74, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 74 Provincial Heritage Site
2466 9/2/092/0008 Church Square, Swellendam Church Square Swellendam WC Provincial Heritage Site
2467 9/2/094/0040 14 Church Street, Tulbagh 14 Church Street 14 Church Street Tulbagh WC 154 Provincial Heritage Site
2468 9/2/069/0113 Nooitgedacht, 2 Church Square, Paarl Nooitgedacht 2 Church Square Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2469 9/2/010/0007 Old Girls' Public School, Church Street, Beaufort West Old Girls' Public School Church Street Beaufort West WC 583 Provincial Heritage Site
2470 9/2/084/0119 Hofmeyr Hall, Church Street, Stellenbosch Hofmeyr Hall Church Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2471 9/2/094/0013-005 Erf 96, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 96, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 96 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2472 9/2/094/0043-002 Erf 97, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 97, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 97 Provincial Heritage Site
2473 9/2/094/0013-006 Erf 100, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 100, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 100 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2474 9/2/076/0019-001 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Prince Albert Dutch Reformed Church Church Street Prince Albert WC 444, 446, 447 & 450 Provincial Heritage Site
2475 9/2/076/0017 57 Church Street, Prince Albert Seven Arches 57 Church Street Prince Albert WC 1453 Provincial Heritage Site
2476 9/2/084/0024 Rhenish Church, Blom Street, Stellenbosch Rhenish Church Blom Street Stellenbosch WC 668 The Rhenish Church, built in 1823 and enlarged in 1840, is one of the oldest mission churches in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2477 9/2/018/0264-028 97 Chiappini Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 97 Chiappini Street 97 Chiappini Street, cnr Wale Street Cape Town WC 1941 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2478 9/2/030/0016 Dutch Reformed Church Complex, Courtenay Street, George Dutch Reformed Church Courtenay Street George WC Provincial Heritage Site
2479 9/2/111/0111 15 Alexander Road, Kenilworth, Cape Town 15 Alexander Road 15 Alexander Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2480 9/2/110/0068 28 Church Street, Worcester 28 Church Street 28 Church Street Worcester WC 358 Provincial Heritage Site
2481 9/2/094/0006 28 Church Street, Tulbagh 28 Church Street 28 Church Street Tulbagh WC 173 Provincial Heritage Site
2482 9/2/084/0080 Laetitia Building, 44 Alexander Street, Stellenbosch Laetitia Building Alexander Street Stellenbosch WC 556 Provincial Heritage Site
2483 9/2/084/0111 D'Ouwe Werf, 30 Church Street, Stellenbosch D'Ouwe Werf 30 Church Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2484 9/2/018/0273/001 1 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 1 Albert Road 1 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28604 Provincial Heritage Site
2485 9/2/016/0001 Dutch Reformed Church, Andries Pretorius Street, Calitzdorp Dutch Reformed Church Calitzdorp WC 547 Provincial Heritage Site
2486 9/2/081/0054 Ibeka, Cornwall Road, Simonstown Ibeka Cornwall Road, cnr Cardiff Road, cnr Arsenal Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2487 9/2/084/0072 Old Rhenish School Hostel, 3 Blom Street, Stellenbosch Old Rhenish School Hostel Blom Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2488 9/2/084/0142 26-30 Andringa Street, Stellenbosch 26-30 Andringa Street 30 Andringa Street Stellenbosch WC 1967 Provincial Heritage Site
2489 9/2/081/0052 St Francis of Assisi Church, 2 Court Road, Simonstown St Francis of Assisi Church Court Road Cape Town WC This church was completed in 1837 and was consecrated on 30 July 1837. Provincial Heritage Site
2490 9/2/084/0125 62 and 66 Andringa Street, Stellenbosch 62 and 66 Andringa Street 62 & 66 Andringa Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2491 9/2/018/0273/006 11 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 11 Albert Road 11 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28599 Provincial Heritage Site
2492 9/2/111/0013 Pelyn, Ascot Road, Kenilworth, Cape Town Pelyn Ascot Road Cape Town WC 65153, 65154, 65144 This house and garden is an important example of British Colonial arcitecture at the turn of the century and is notable as the home of the architect F K Kendall who, as a member of the firm of Sir Herbert Baker and in his own right, made a significant con Provincial Heritage Site
2493 9/2/106/0011 20 Bain Street, Wellington 29 Voortrekker Street 20 Bain Street Wellington WC This predominantly Victorian house dates from about 1855 and originally served as the first school building in Wellington. Provincial Heritage Site
2494 9/2/106/0016 34 Bain Street, Wellington 34 Bain Street 34 Bain Street Wellington WC Provincial Heritage Site
2495 9/2/018/0055 Carl Hermann Building, 5-7 Corporation Street, Cape Town Carl Hermann Building 5-7 Corporation Street Cape Town WC 4936 Provincial Heritage Site
2496 9/2/106/0017 35 Bain Street, Wellington 35 Bain Street 35 Bain Street Wellington WC Provincial Heritage Site
2497 9/2/084/0132 Old C L Marais Library, Crozier Street, Stellenbosch C L Marais Library Crozier Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2498 9/2/083/0040/001 Coachman's Cottage, 23 Andries Pretorius Street, Somerset West Coachman's Cottage Methodist Mission Cape Town WC 9553 (was 719) This cottage, designed in a simple vernacular style, is one of several built by freed slaves in the eighteen thirties. Provincial Heritage Site
2499 9/2/110/0027/001 Old Dutch Reformed Mission Parsonage, 48 Adderley Street, Worcester Old Dutch Reformed Mission Parsonage 48 Adderley Street Worcester WC 1104 The church building of the D.R. Mission Church, Worcester, and the neighbouring parsonage and old school building, together with the other buildings in the so- called "Rhenish Church Complex", forms a unique historical and architectural group which has cl Provincial Heritage Site
2500 9/2/018/0264-015 109 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 109 Church Street 109 Church Street Cape Town WC 1968 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2501 9/2/094/0015-001 Erf 81, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 81, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 81 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2502 9/2/094/0014 23 Church Street, Tulbagh Paddagang 23 Church Street Tulbagh WC 108 ? rem erf 83 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2503 9/2/069/0094 De Kleine Konstantie, Constantia Street, Paarl De Kleine Konstantie Constantia Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2504 9/2/094/0027 24 Church Street, Tulbagh 24 Church Street 24 Church Street Tulbagh WC 169 Provincial Heritage Site
2505 9/2/018/0177 Old Slave Lodge, Adderley Street, Cape Town Old Slave Lodge Adderley Street Cape Town WC 3740 This building was originally completed in 1680 as the Dutch East India Company's Slave Lodge. It was converted for use as government offices in the 19th century by Thibault (Inspector of Government Buildings), Anreith (sculptor) and Schutte (contractor). Provincial Heritage Site
2506 9/2/110/0070 Evangelical Lutheran Church, Adderley Street, Worcester Evangelical Lutheran Church Adderley Street, cnr Russel Street Worcester WC 1091 Provincial Heritage Site
2507 9/2/110/0027 Dutch Reformed Mission Church Complex, Adderley Street, Worcester Dutch Reformed Mission Church complex Adderley Street, cnr High Street Worcester WC 1098, 1104 Provincial Heritage Site
2508 9/2/094/0015 27 Church Street, Tulbagh 27 Church Street 27 Church Street Tulbagh WC 101 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2509 9/2/110/0027/002 Dutch Reformed Mission Church, 46 Adderley Street, Worcester Dutch Reformed Mission Church 46 Adderley Street Worcester WC 1104 The church building of the D.R. Mission Church, Worcester, and the neighbouring parsonage and old school building, together with the other buildings in the so- called "Rhenish Church Complex", forms a unique historical and architectural group which has cl Provincial Heritage Site
2510 9/2/018/0106 Groote Kerk, Adderley Street, Cape Town Groote Kerk Adderley Street Cape Town WC 4657 HISTORICAL INTEREST. The first church on this land was built in 1678. 1t was replaced by the present building in 1841, but the original tower was retained. The pulpit is the work of Anton Anreith and the carpenter Jacob Graaff and was put into use in 178 Provincial Heritage Site
2511 9/2/110/0040 Old Technical College, 22 Adderley Street, Worcester Old Technical College 22 Adderley Street, cnr Church Street Worcester WC 794 This double-storeyed building dates from about 1860. It has typical Georgian characteristics, such as the sash windows, the cornice as well as the proportions, size and positioning of the windows. The building is also an important part of the historic cen Provincial Heritage Site
2512 9/2/094/0010 Erf 255, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 255, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 255 These properties are important elements in there stored street scene of Church Street in Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2513 9/2/018/0273/002 3 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 3 Albert Road 3 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28603 Provincial Heritage Site
2514 9/2/018/0273/003 5 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 5 Albert Road 5 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28602 Provincial Heritage Site
2515 9/2/018/0273/004 7 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 7 Albert Road 7 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28601 Provincial Heritage Site
2516 9/2/018/0273/005 9 Albert Road, Mowbray, Cape Town 9 Albert Road 9 Albert Road Cape Town WC 28600 Provincial Heritage Site
2517 9/2/094/0042 25 Church Street, Tulbagh 25 Church Street 25 Church Street Tulbagh WC 690 Provincial Heritage Site
2518 9/2/094/0012 26 Church Street, Tulbagh 26 Church Street 26 Church Street Tulbagh WC 170 Provincial Heritage Site
2519 9/2/110/0057 Worcester Museum, Beck House, 21 Baring Street, Worcester Worcester Museum 21 Baring Street, cnr Church Street Worcester WC 811 This building is a typical example of the mid-nineteenth century architecture in Worcester. The house was built in 1841 and had been the property of the well-known Beck family for many years. Provincial Heritage Site
2520 9/2/015/0004 7 Donkin Street, Caledon 7 Donkin Street, Caledon 7 Donkin Street, cnr Donkin Square Caledon WC 1533 Provincial Heritage Site
2521 9/2/018/0220 7 Belvedere Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town 7 Belvedere Avenue Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 535 Provincial Heritage Site
2522 9/2/084/0128 16 Crozier Street, Stellenbosch 16 Crozier Street 16 Crozier Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2523 9/2/063/0023 Old Library, Bath Street, Montagu Old Library 24 Bath Street Montagu WC 0254, 255, 256 These five properties form an integral part of the historical core of Montagu. The buildings are the oldest street in the town and date from the late nineteenth century reflecting the Cape Dutch and Victorian styles of building. Provincial Heritage Site
2524 9/2/111/0002/051 Fig Tree Cottage, Cruse Lane, Wynberg, Cape Town Fig Tree Cottage Cruse Lane Cape Town WC 66717 Provincial Heritage Site
2525 9/2/063/0024 30 Bath Street, Montagu 30 Bath Street 30 Bath Street Montagu WC 0251 Provincial Heritage Site
2526 9/2/111/0075 Oak Villa, Baviaanskloof Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town Oak Villa Baviaanskloof Road Cape Town WC The core of this fisherman's cottage, in the typical vernacular style, dates from the 1850s. Additions were made in 1878. Provincial Heritage Site
2527 9/2/056/0011 Old Wesleyan Church, Becker Street, Ladismith Old Wesleyan Church Becker Street Ladismith WC 319 Provincial Heritage Site
2528 9/2/018/0256/001 Salisbury House, 5 Bellevue Road, Sea Point, Cape Town Salisbury House 5 Bellevue road Cape Town WC 693 Provincial Heritage Site
2529 9/2/018/0060 6 Bellevue Street, Oranjezicht, Cape Town 6 Bellevue Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 1871 Provincial Heritage Site
2530 9/2/063/0013 Erf 0161, 20 Bath Street, Montagu Erf 0161, 20 Bath Street 20 Bath Street Montagu WC 0161 These five properties form an integral part of the historical core of Montagu. The buildings are the oldest street in the town and date from the late nineteenth century reflecting the Cape Dutch and Victorian styles of building. Provincial Heritage Site
2531 9/2/018/0088 Oslo House, 1 Belvedere Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Oslo House Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 532 Provincial Heritage Site
2532 9/2/063/0018 Dutch Reformed Church, Bath Street, Montagu Dutch Reformed Church 13 Bath Street Montagu WC 0333 Provincial Heritage Site
2533 9/2/018/0152 15 Belvedere Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town 15 Belvedere Avenue Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 544 This imposing dwelling with its late-Victorian features was erected at the turn of the century. It is one of the earliest dwellings to be erected in Belvedere Avenue, which is itself an architecturally important area in the suburb of Oranjezicht. Provincial Heritage Site
2534 9/2/018/0222 21 Belvedere Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town 21 Belvedere Avenue Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 550 This impressive double-storeyed manor-house, which was erected shortly after the turn of the century, is an excellent example of Edwardian architecture, and has neo classical and Victorian features. Provincial Heritage Site
2535 9/2/106/0019/001 Coronation Arch, Victoria Jubilee Park, Church Street, Wellington Coronation Arch Church Street Wellington WC 973 Provincial Heritage Site
2536 9/2/018/0223 23 Belvedere Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town 23 Belvedere Avenue Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 555 Provincial Heritage Site
2537 9/2/018/0237/006 56 Barnet Street, Gardens, Cape Town 56 Barnet Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 96201 These three double-storeyed houses form an integral part of a row of six similar late-nineteenth-century terraced houses with Georgian and Victorian features. Provincial Heritage Site
2538 9/2/068/0007 C P Nel Museum, Baron van Rheede Street, Oudtshoorn C P Nel Museum Baron van Rheede Street Oudtshoorn WC 874 Designed in part by Bullock and Vixseboxe, the well known architects, it reflects the former's copiousness and the latter's Transvaal Republic influence. Especially worthy of note is the facade, with its harmonious blending of styles and its impressive do Provincial Heritage Site
2539 9/2/018/0264-016 111 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 111 Church Street 111 Church Street Cape Town WC 1967 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2540 9/2/084/0063 Powder Magazine, Blom Street, Stellenbosch Powder Magazine Bloem Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2541 9/2/094/0047 21 Church Street, Tulbagh Danie Theron Huis 21 Church Street Tulbagh WC 107 Provincial Heritage Site
2542 9/2/018/0231/001 Gateway and walls, St Cyprian's School, Belmont Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Gateway and walls Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 863 Provincial Heritage Site
2543 9/2/018/0237/002 48 Barnet Street, Gardens, Cape Town 48 Barnet Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 96205 These three double-storeyed houses form an integral part of a row of six similar late-nineteenth-century terraced houses with Georgian and Victorian features. Provincial Heritage Site
2544 9/2/084/0066 Burgher House, Blom Street, Stellenbosch Burger House Blom Street Stellenbosch WC 3389 This house is an exceptionally fine example of Old Cape Dutch architecture. It was erected in 1797 and the builder was Antonie Fick, probably in collaboration with the famous Anreith and Thibault. Provincial Heritage Site
2545 9/2/084/0151 22, 24 and 26 Crozier Street, Stellenbosch 22, 24 and 26 Crozier Street 22, 24 & 26 Crozier Street Stellenbosch WC 6176 Provincial Heritage Site
2546 9/2/094/0036 32 Church Street, Tulbagh 32 Church Street 32 Church Street Tulbagh WC 178 Provincial Heritage Site
2547 9/2/094/0038-001 Erf 119, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 119, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 119 Provincial Heritage Site
2548 9/2/094/0043 30 Church Street, Tulbagh 30 Church Street 30 Church Street Tulbagh WC 176 On 29 September 1969 a severe earthquake seriously damaged a number of buildings, including the historic houses in Onderstraat (Church Street), Tulbagh. With the financial support of various bodies the Tulbagh Restoration Committee restored all the histor Provincial Heritage Site
2549 9/2/094/0009 Erf 56, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 56, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 56 These properties are important elements in there stored street scene of Church Street in Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2550 9/2/018/0113 Old Drill Hall, Darling Street, Cape Town Old Drill Hall Darling Street Cape Town WC 9808 Provincial Heritage Site
2551 9/2/094/0044-005 Erf 58, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 58, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 58 Provincial Heritage Site
2552 9/2/063/0014 24 Bath Street, Montagu 24 Bath Street 24 Bath Street Montagu WC 0254, 255 (Rem), 256 (Rem) These five properties form an integral part of the historical core of Montagu. The buildings are the oldest street in the town and date from the late nineteenth century reflecting the Cape Dutch and Victorian styles of building. Provincial Heritage Site
2553 9/2/018/0237/001 46 Barnet Street, Gardens, Cape Town 46 Barnet Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 96206 These three double-storeyed houses form an integral part of a row of six similar late-nineteenth-century terraced houses with Georgian and Victorian features. Provincial Heritage Site
2554 9/2/084/0127 20 Crozier Street, Stellenbosch 20 Crozier Street 20 Crozier Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2555 9/2/068/0022/001 St Jude's Church, Baron van Rheede Street, Oudtshoorn St Jude's Church 59 Baron van Rheede Street Oudtshoorn WC The historical St Jude's Church was originally designed by Sophia Gray, wife of Bishop Robert Gray and completed in 1863. The building is closely linked with the history of Oudtshoorn and of the Anglican Church in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2556 9/2/068/0019 Oakdene, 99 Baron van Rheede Street, Oudtshoorn Oakdene 99 Baron van Rheede Street Oudtshoorn WC 798 Provincial Heritage Site
2557 9/2/018/0089 Whitby House, 3 Barry Avenue, Rosebank, Cape Town Whitby House 3 Barry Avenue Cape Town WC 30893 ; 30894 Provincial Heritage Site
2558 9/2/094/0013-004 Erf 63, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 63, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 63 Provincial Heritage Site
2559 9/2/018/0115 City Hall, Darling Street, Cape Town City Hall Darling Street Cape Town WC 492 This City Hall which is predominantly in the Italian Renaissance style, was designed by the architects Harry Austin Reid and Frederick George Green of Johannesburg and erected by the builders Thomas Howard and John Gibson Scott. The corner-stone was laid Provincial Heritage Site
2560 9/2/094/0014-001 Erf 108, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 108, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 108 Provincial Heritage Site
2561 9/2/094/0032-002 Erf 93, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 93, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 93 The U-shaped Cape-Dutch house on this property was erected in about 1800 and has a concavo-convex gable in front. The erven form an important part of the street scene of the historic Church Street in Tulbagh. Provincial Heritage Site
2562 9/2/081/0068 Simonstown Museum, 4 Court Road, Simonstown Simonstown Museum Court Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2563 9/2/094/0015-002 Erf 87, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 87, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 87 Provincial Heritage Site
2564 9/2/018/0070/004 Maria's Greek Restaurant, 31 Barnet Street, Gardens, Cape Town Maria's Greek Restaurant Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC These five properties form an integral part of a row of nine double-storeyed Cape-Georgian terraced houses that were erected in 1886 by William James Hatfield. The corner shop units were added in 1901. Provincial Heritage Site
2565 9/2/018/0264-037 Erf 2769, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 2769 Cape Town WC 2769 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2566 9/2/018/0022-108 Erf 614, Vredehoek Erf 614, Vredehoek Table Mountain WC 614 Provincial Heritage Site
2567 9/2/018/0022-069 Erf 3560, Hout Bay Erf 3560, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 3560 Provincial Heritage Site
2568 9/2/018/0022-088 Erf 1172, Tamboerskloof Erf 1172, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1172 Provincial Heritage Site
2569 9/2/084/0154/002 91 Banhoek Road, Stellenbosch 91 Banhoek Road 91 Banhoek Road Stellenbosch WC Unit 2, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2570 9/2/084/0025 Old Nectar, Farm Glenconnor, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch District Old Nectar Jonkershoek WC 345 Old Nectar is architecturally one of the finest and best-known gabled houses of the old Cape type. Provincial Heritage Site
2571 9/2/010/0014 Corbelled hut, Vlieefontein, Beaufort West District Corbelled building, Vlieefontein Karoo National Park WC This corbelled house is a good example of the type of vernacular architecture developed by the pioneers of this area in the nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
2572 9/2/083/0006 Morgenster, Lourens Road, Somerset West District Morgenster Farmstead Lourens Street Cape Town WC 732 Originally part of the farm Vergelegen that was granted to Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel in 1700, this portion was purchased in 1708 by Jacques Malan after Van der Stel's recall. The erection of the main buildings is attributed to members of the Ma Provincial Heritage Site
2573 9/2/015/0010 Genadendal Mission Complex, Genadendal Genadendal Mission Complex Genadendal WC Glebe land no 3 The Genadendal Moravian Mission Station, which was founded by the missionary George Schmidt in 1737, is the oldest mission village in the Republic. The large number of historic buildings within the historic core date from the eighteenth and nineteenth cen Provincial Heritage Site
2574 9/2/069/0001/003-02 Wine cellar, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Wine cellar Daljosafat, Goede Rust Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2575 9/2/111/0118 Glenara, Rondebosch, Cape Town Glenara Cape Town WC 44232 This impressive Victorian double-storeyed house was designed by the architect A. W. Ackerman and built for Lewis Anthony Vintcent from 1882 to 1883.The building has been used since 1925 as the official residence for principals of the University of CapeTow Provincial Heritage Site
2576 9/2/069/0001/002-04 Cow shed, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Cow shed Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2577 9/2/018/0229 Treaty Tree, Woodstock, Cape Town Treaty Tree Cape Town WC 10736 In a building which stood adjacent to this land the capitulation conditions were signed on 10th January, 1806, whereby the property of the Batavian Government at the Cape was transferred to the commanders of the British forces, Maj-Genl. Sir David Baird a Provincial Heritage Site
2578 9/2/069/0022/004 Malherbehuis, Kleinbosch, Daljosafat, Paarl District Malherbehuis Daljosafat, Kleinbosch WC This house was originally the dwelling of Petrus Jacobus Malherbe, founder member of the "Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners". Provincial Heritage Site
2579 9/2/068/0010 Herrie's Stone, Meiringspoort, Oudtshoorn District Herrie's Stone Meiringspoort WC C. J. Langenhoven (1873-1932), Afrikaans writer protagonist of the Afrikaans language and author of the South African National Anthem, chiselled the name of the well-known elephant "Herrie" from his book Sonde met die Bure, on this rock in July 1929. With Provincial Heritage Site
2580 9/2/081/0059 Old stables of Oatlands, Simonstown Old stables of Oatlands Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2581 9/2/079/0007 Puntjie, 'Kapstylhuisies', Kleinfontein Farm, Riversdale District Kapstylhuisies WC These “Kapstylhuise" are examples of a style of construction of primitive houses adopted by the pioneers of the area. Provincial Heritage Site
2582 9/2/015/0010/003 Kuhnel House, Mission Complex, Genadendal Kuhnel House Genadendal WC Glebe land no 3 Provincial Heritage Site
2583 9/2/018/0022-072 Erf 12, Fresnaye Erf 12, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 12 Provincial Heritage Site
2584 9/2/042/0014 Langebaanweg quarry fossil site, Hopefield District Langebaanweg quarry fossil site WC 188 Provincial Heritage Site
2585 9/2/052/0022/2 Erf 1406, Eastern Head, Knysna Erf 1406, Eastern Head Knysna WC 1406 This property is of importance because of its natural beauty; it forms part of the well known Knysna Heads. Provincial Heritage Site
2586 9/2/069/0001/001-03 Jonkershuis, Roggeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Jonkershuis Daljosafat, Roggeland Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2587 9/2/092/0023 The Glen, Glen Barry Road, Swellendam The Glen Glen Barry Road Swellendam WC 1491 The property on which this Cape Dutch house is situated was originally granted to Johannes Matthys Ebersohn in 1799 who initially erected a T-shaped house. Jan Ferdinand Bam converted it into an H-shaped house early in the nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
2588 9/2/111/0015/007 Hoop op Constantia, Constantia, Wynberg District Hoop op Constantia Cape Town WC The Groot Constantia State Estate previously formed part of the farm Constantia, which was granted to Simon van der Stel in 1685 and was subdivided after his death in 1712. The farm Constantia with the Cape Dutch manor house thereon was acquired in 1885 b Provincial Heritage Site
2589 9/2/069/0001/002-02 Wine cellar, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Wine cellar Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2590 9/2/069/0001/003-01 Main House, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Goede Rust Daljosafat, Goede Rust Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2591 9/2/018/0022-104 Erf 1737, Hout Bay Erf 1737, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1737 Provincial Heritage Site
2592 9/2/018/0022-080 Erf 1140, Tamboerskloof Erf 1140, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1140 Provincial Heritage Site
2593 9/2/018/0022-079 Erf 1762, Hout Bay Erf 1762, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1762 Provincial Heritage Site
2594 9/2/018/0022-078 Erf 1815, Vredehoek Erf 1815, Vredehoek Table Mountain WC 1815 Provincial Heritage Site
2595 9/2/018/0022-070 Erf 1174, Tamboerskloof Erf 1174, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1174 Provincial Heritage Site
2596 9/2/018/0022-077 Erf 1173, Tamboerskloof Erf 1173, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1173 Provincial Heritage Site
2597 9/2/111/0121 Vredenburg, Mowbray, Cape Town Vredenburg Cape Town WC 31652 Provincial Heritage Site
2598 9/2/018/0022-076 Erf 1175, Tamboerskloof Erf 1175, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1175 Provincial Heritage Site
2599 9/2/018/0022-075 Erf 1171, Tamboerskloof Erf 1171, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1171 Provincial Heritage Site
2600 9/2/018/0022-066 Erf 3559, Hout Bay Erf 3559, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 3559 Provincial Heritage Site
2601 9/2/018/0022-073 Erf 3079, Hout Bay Erf 3079, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 3079 Provincial Heritage Site
2602 9/2/018/0022-081 Erf 1033, Tamboerskloof Erf 1033, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1033 Provincial Heritage Site
2603 9/2/018/0022-071 Erf 2977, Hout Bay Erf 2977, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 2977 Provincial Heritage Site
2604 9/2/069/0001/002-03 Jonkershuis, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Jonkershuis Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2605 9/2/069/0001/003-04 Cottage, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Cottage Daljosafat, Goede Rust Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2606 9/2/069/0001/003 Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Goede Rust Daljosafat Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2607 9/2/010/0009 Dutch Reformed Church, 161 Church Street, Merweville Dutch Reformed Church 161 Church Street Merweville WC 188 Provincial Heritage Site
2608 9/2/110/0024 Glen Heatlie, De Wet, Worcester District Glen Heatlie WC 183 Provincial Heritage Site
2609 9/2/018/0264-093 113 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 113 Church Street 113 Church Street Cape Town WC 1966 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2610 9/2/018/0264-017 117 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 117 Church Street 117 Church Street Cape Town WC 1965 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2611 9/2/018/0264-011 120 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 120 Church Street 120 Church Street, cnr Rose Street Cape Town WC 1367, 1366 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2612 9/2/018/0264-012 122 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 122 Church Street 122 Church Street Cape Town WC 1365; 1368 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2613 9/2/018/0264-013 124 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 124 Church Street 124 Church Street Cape Town WC 1369 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2614 9/2/018/0264/006 126 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 126 Church Street 126 Church Street Cape Town WC 1371 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2615 9/2/018/0264-014 128 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 128 Church Street 128 Church Street Cape Town WC 1373 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2616 9/2/106/0020 Huguenot College Complex, Wellington Huguenot College Complex Wellington WC Provincial Heritage Site
2617 9/2/010/0018 Pear trees, Donkin Street, Beaufort West Pear trees Donkin Street Beaufort West WC Provincial Heritage Site
2618 9/2/068/0009 Greylands Ostrich Palace, Oudtshoorn District Greylands WC Constructed during 1911, Greylands is regarded as one of the best examples of the so-called "ostrich palaces" Provincial Heritage Site
2619 9/2/110/0064 162 Church Street, Worcester 162 Church Street 162 Church Street Worcester WC 618 The core of this impressive Victorian dwelling-house was originally the first church in Worcester. The verandah with its cast-iron work and the cast-iron crown mouldings on the roof of the house are particularly noteworthy. Provincial Heritage Site
2620 9/2/094/0039 12 Church Street, Tulbagh 12 Church Street 12 Church Street Tulbagh WC 149 Provincial Heritage Site
2621 9/2/094/0026 22 Church Street, Tulbagh 22 Church Street 22 Church Street Tulbagh WC 166 Provincial Heritage Site
2622 9/2/111/0116 47 Cogill Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 47 Cogill Road 47 Coghill Road Cape Town WC Erf 91738 Provincial Heritage Site
2623 9/2/111/0031 Mill House, Boundary Road, Newlands, Cape Town Mill House Boundary Road Cape Town WC 96665 The Mill House with its garden forms an integral part of the historic Josephine Mill complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2624 9/2/068/0021 Mimosa Lodge, 85 Baron van Rheede Street, Oudtshoorn Mimosa Lodge 85 Baron van Rheede Street Oudtshoorn WC 816 Provincial Heritage Site
2625 9/2/081/0065 Braeside, Braemar Road, St James, Cape Town Braeside Braemar Road Cape Town WC 88258 This double-storeyed house not only forms an integral part of the only remaining concentration of early twentieth century Edwardian beach houses in South Africa, but also borders on the old False Bay coastal road, which is regarded as one of the most scen Provincial Heritage Site
2626 9/2/018/0200 Zorgwyk, 36 Breda Street, Gardens, Cape Town Zorgwyk Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 504 Provincial Heritage Site
2627 9/2/018/0264-047 130 Church Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 130 Church Street 130 Church Street Cape Town WC 1346 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2628 9/2/106/0007 Bainskloof, Wellington District Bainskloof WC Andrew Geddes Bain discovered the kloof in 1846 when the Colonial Secretary, John Montagu, was searching for a direct route through the mountains between Cape Town and the new Michell's Pass. Montagu accepted the route for his highway and named it Bain's Provincial Heritage Site
2629 9/2/112/0003 Carnegie Library, Church Street, Moorreesburg Carnegie Library Church Street Moorreesburg WC 123 Provincial Heritage Site
2630 9/2/111/0002-015 5 Wolfe Street cnr Camp Road, Wynberg, Cape Town cnr Wolfe Street & Camp Road cnr Wolfe Street & Camp Road Cape Town WC 66771 Provincial Heritage Site
2631 9/2/018/0022/004 Land adjoining Earles Dyke, The Glen, Camps Bay, Cape Town Land adjoining Earles Dyke Table Mountain Cape Town WC The natural vegetation of the slopes of Table Mountain has been preserved here; it forms a link between the proclaimed area of Table Mountain on the slope of Lion’s Head and the Clifton Nature Reserve as a result of which a strip of land, still in its nat Provincial Heritage Site
2632 9/2/084/0026 Fleurbaix Farmstead, Stellenbosch District Fleurbaix Farmstead WC The main-house dates from approximately 1768 and, together with the outbuildings, forms an important Cape Dutch architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2633 9/2/054/0010 Mooiplaas, Kuils River District Mooiplaas WC 250 Provincial Heritage Site
2634 9/2/111/0002/006 Building, corner of Lonsdale and Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town Building, corner of Lonsdale and Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 117690 The historic Old Wynberg Village is an area of considerable character, as well as being of historical, architectural and environmental importance. It is one of the few areas close to the City of Cape Town which have retained their historical character. Provincial Heritage Site
2635 9/2/084/0068 Clock, Administration Building B, University of Stellenbosch, Victoria Street, Stellenbosch Clock Stellenbosch WC This old grandfather clock is an outstanding example of the fine craftsmanship that was practised at the Cape during the eighteenth century. Heritage Object
2636 9/2/110/0035 Almarde Homestead, Sonskyn, Worcester District Almarde Homestead WC 299 Provincial Heritage Site
2637 9/2/084/0022/002 Leef op Hoop, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch District Leef op Hoop Jonkershoek WC This impressive H-shaped dwelling-house dates from the beginning of the nineteenth century. It has Georgian and Victorian features and is unique in that both the original farm and dwelling are divided in two. Provincial Heritage Site
2638 9/2/083/0029 Vergenoegd, Faure, Somerset West District Vergenoegd Eersterivier Cape Town WC The earliest section of this H-shape dwelling- house with its impressive gables probably dates from the middle of the 18th century. The farmyard is bounded by a ring-wall and an interesting complex of outbuildings Provincial Heritage Site
2639 9/2/106/0013 Mission Church, Bovlei, Wellington District Mission Church WC This fine church is one of the oldest mission churches in South Africa. It was consecrated in 1820. The Rev. Isaac Bisseux ministered to the congregation from 1829 for about 50 years. Provincial Heritage Site
2640 9/2/110/0010-404 22 Fairbairn Street, Worcester 22 Fairbairn Street 22 Fairbairn Street Worcester WC 865 Provincial Heritage Site
2641 9/2/018/0007-001 140 Long Street, Cape Town 140 Long Street 140 Long Street Cape Town WC 0365 Provincial Heritage Site
2642 9/2/018/0007-002 142 Long Street, Cape Town 142 Long Street 142 Long Street Cape Town WC 9365 (PORTION) Provincial Heritage Site
2643 9/2/072/0017 Museum, Porterville Museum Porterville WC Provincial Heritage Site
2644 9/2/111/0051/001 Officer's Mess, Wynberg Military Camp, Wynberg, Cape Town Officers' Mess Cape Town WC 66047 Provincial Heritage Site
2645 9/2/094/0001 Drostdy, Tulbagh Drostdy Tulbagh WC Provincial Heritage Site
2646 9/2/012/0017 Onze Molen, Durbanville Onze Molen Durbanville WC 4274 Provincial Heritage Site
2647 9/2/084/0002/013 Entabeni, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Entabeni Idas Valley WC 107 Provincial Heritage Site
2648 9/2/110/0018 Uitvlugt 310, Worcester District Uitvlugt 310 WC Provincial Heritage Site
2649 9/2/084/0022/001 Klein Gustrouw, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch District Klein Gustrouw Jonkershoek WC Provincial Heritage Site
2650 9/2/110/0010-309 43 Church Street, Worcester 43 Church Street 43 Church Street Worcester WC 865 Provincial Heritage Site
2651 9/2/084/0154/004 83 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 83 Ryneveld Street 83 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 4, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2652 9/2/111/0002-010 The Armoury, 14 Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town The Armoury 14 Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 90986 Provincial Heritage Site
2653 9/2/111/0002-011 49-51 Durban Road, Wynberg, Cape Town West Villa 49-51 Durban Road, cnr Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 90986 Provincial Heritage Site
2654 9/2/064/0003/001 Post office tree area, Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex, Mossel Bay Post office tree area Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex Mossel Bay WC 12445 "Part of the Museum Complex Landmark feature Associated with an historical period Contributes to the character of the area" Provincial Heritage Site
2655 9/2/064/0003/002 Munro's Corner, Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex, Mossel Bay Munro's Corner Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex Mossel Bay WC 12445 Provincial Heritage Site
2656 9/2/030/0034-001 Kaaimans River Bridge, Old George-Knysna Road, George District Kaaimans River Bridge WC Provincial Heritage Site
2657 9/2/030/0034-003 Touw River Bridge, Old George-Knysna Road, George District Touw River Bridge WC Provincial Heritage Site
2658 9/2/030/0034-002 Silver River Bridge, Old George-Knysna Road, George District Silver River Bridge WC Provincial Heritage Site
2659 9/2/018/0022-098 Erf 1738, Hout Bay Erf 1738, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1738 Provincial Heritage Site
2660 9/2/084/0154/001 89 Banhoek Road, Stellenbosch 89 Banhoek Road 89 Banhoek Road Stellenbosch WC Unit 1, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2661 9/2/084/0154/007 77 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 77 Ryneveld Street 77 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 7, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2662 9/2/018/0059-001 VR Post Box, Buitengracht, Cape Town VR Post Box Buitengracht Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2663 9/2/084/0154/003 93 Banhoek Road, Stellenbosch 93 Banhoek Road 93 Banhoek Road Stellenbosch WC Unit 3, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2664 9/2/069/0019 Nederburg, Paarl District Nederburg Paarl Paarl WC Heritage Area
2665 9/2/111/0072/002 Contents of Groote Schuur, Rondebosch, Cape Town Contents of Groote Schuur Groote Schuur Estate Cape Town WC Heritage Object
2666 9/2/018/0091 Table Bay Panorama Painting, by J L Pickering (1885), Cape Town Table Bay Panorama Painting WC Heritage Object
2667 9/2/015/0010/001 Contents of Mission Museum, Genadendal Contents of Mission Museum Genadendal WC Heritage Object
2668 9/2/018/0249 Admiralty Oar, SA Cultural History Museum, Cape Town Admiralty Oar Cape Town WC The symbolic Vice-Admiralty oar of the Cape of Good Hope is a rare George III oar, with cylindrical shaft, two moulded knobs, larger detachable terminal button and flat blade. It is engraved with the Royal Arms, the eagle and thunderbolt of Zeus, the foul Heritage Object
2669 9/2/092/0047 Old Powder Magazine, 9 Gelderblom Street, Swellendam Old Powder Magazine 9 Gelderblom Street Swellendam WC 1386 This simple rectangular powder magazine dates from the middle of the nineteenth century and was possibly erected by the well-known firm, Barry and Nephews. Provincial Heritage Site
2670 9/2/031/0001/011 15 The Mead, Pinelands, Cape Town 15 The Mead 15 The Mead Cape Town WC 135 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2671 9/2/069/0041 Boschendal Founders Estate, Dwarsrivier Valley Dwarsrivier Valley n/a WC 1674 The CWCL is significant because of its idyllic setting, rich history associated with living heritage and a distintive cultural and natural environment with unique planned landscapes boasting an architectural and aesthetic form unique to South Africa. To National Heritage Site
2672 9/2/031/0001/019 The Mead Open Space and Meadway Road Reserve, Pinelands The Mead and Meadway Cape Town WC 137; 138 This is one of the oldest garden cities in South Africa Provincial Heritage Site
2673 9/2/031/0001/018 8 The Mead, Pinelands 8 The Mead 8 The Mead Cape Town WC 113 This is one of the oldest garden cities in South Africa Provincial Heritage Site
2674 9/2/031/0001/017 9 The Mead, Pinelands, Cape Town 9 The Mead 9 The Mead Cape Town WC 132 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2675 9/2/031/0001/016 14 Meadway, Pinelands, Cape Town 14 Meadway 14 Meadway Cape Town WC 116 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2676 9/2/097/0003 Heerenlogement Cave, Olifantsrivier, Van Rhynsdorp District WC Provincial Heritage Site
2677 9/2/069/0039 Lemoenkloof Guest House, 394 and 396A Main Street, Paarl Lemoenkloof 394 & 396A Main Street Paarl WC 4702 Provincial Heritage Site
2678 9/2/094/0013-003 Erf 92, Church Street, Tulbagh Erf 92, Church Street Church Street Tulbagh WC 92 Provincial Heritage Site
2679 9/2/030/0016-002 Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Courtenay Street, George Dutch Reformed Church Courtenay Street George WC Provincial Heritage Site
2680 9/2/084/0154/005 81 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 81 Ryneveld Street 81 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 5, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2681 9/2/069/0166 Victor Verster prison "Madiba House", farm Watervleit Victor Verster Paarl Paarl WC 942 SIGNIFICANCE Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela is one of South Africa's greatest leaders, an international symbol of peace, democracy and the power of the human spirit. It was at Drakenstein Correctional Services, formally known as Victor Verster Prison that th National Heritage Site
2682 9/2/084/0154/006 79 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 79 Ryneveld Street 79 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 6, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2683 9/2/084/0002 Ida's Valley, Cape Winelands Cultural Landscape Idas Valley n/a WC Unknown The CWCL is significant because of its idyllic setting, rich history associated with living heritage and distinctive cultural and natural environment; and unique planned landscapes boasting an architectural and aesthetic form unique to South Africa. Of g National Heritage Site
2684 9/2/031/0001/012 5 The Mead, Pinelands, Cape Town 5 The Mead 5 The Mead Cape Town WC 129 & 130 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2685 9/2/031/0001/014 10 Meadway, Pinelands, Cape Town 10 Meadway 10 Meadway Cape Town WC 114 Historical and architectural interest The Pinelands Garden City originated with Richard Stuttaford, who actively promoted this new concept. The town planner and architect Albert J. Thompson drew up the plans in 1919. In 1923 the original section known as Provincial Heritage Site
2686 9/2/111/0006-011 Coach House, Piers Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Coach House Piers Road, cnr Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 90986 Provincial Heritage Site
2687 9/2/084/0154/011 69 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 69 Ryneveld Street 69 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 11, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2688 9/2/084/0154/010 71 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 71 Ryneveld Street 71 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 10, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2689 9/2/084/0154/009 73 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 73 Ryneveld Street 73 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 9, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2690 9/2/084/0154/008 75 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 75 Ryneveld Street 75 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Unit 8, Sectional Plan 5/1980 Provincial Heritage Site
2691 9/2/018/0022-105 Erf 1756, Hout Bay Erf 1756, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1756 Provincial Heritage Site
2692 9/2/030/0016-001 Dutch Reformed Church, Courtenay Street, George Dutch Reformed Church Courtenay Street George WC Provincial Heritage Site
2693 9/2/010/0012 Clyde House, 25 Donkin Street, Beaufort West Clyde House 25 Donkin Street Beaufort West WC 515 Provincial Heritage Site
2694 9/2/111/0001/001 Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Wynberg, Cape Town Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery Cape Town WC unregistered Erf 92137, being the remainder of Erf 66553 Provincial Heritage Site
2695 9/2/052/0026 Forest Hall, Knysna District Forest Hall WC Provincial Heritage Site
2696 9/2/054/0004 Zevenfontein, Kuils River District Zevenfontein WC 245 This fine Old-Cape house with its attractive front gable and garden wall was built about 1800. Provincial Heritage Site
2697 9/2/018/0022-122 Erf 2084, Vredehoek Erf 2084, Vredehoek Table Mountain WC 2084 Provincial Heritage Site
2698 9/2/018/0022-130 Erf 1213, Vredehoek Erf 1213, Vredehoek Table Mountain WC 1213 Provincial Heritage Site
2699 9/2/018/0022-120 Erf 1137, Tamboerskloof Erf 1137, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 1137 Provincial Heritage Site
2700 9/2/018/0022-119 Erf 1966, Oranjezicht Erf 1966, Oranjezicht Table Mountain WC 1966 Provincial Heritage Site
2701 9/2/069/0001/002-01 Main House, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Non Pareille Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2702 9/2/018/0005/007 13 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 13 Melbourne Road 13 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117038 Provincial Heritage Site
2703 9/2/018/0022-118 Erf 658, Oranjezicht Erf 658, Oranjezicht Table Mountain WC 658 Provincial Heritage Site
2704 9/2/084/0002/016 Simonsberg, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Simonsberg Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2705 9/2/068/0026 Schoeman House, Rietvallei, Oudtshoorn District Schoeman House WC 76 Provincial Heritage Site
2706 9/2/018/0219 Hurling Pump, Prince Street, Cape Town Hurling Pump Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2707 9/2/018/0002 Valkenberg, Observatory, Cape Town Valkenberg Black River Park Cape Town WC 118877 HISTORICAL/ARCHITECTURAL SIGNIFICANCE Built on land granted in 1661, the Valkenburg Homestead is one of the only original homesteads still standing on the Liesbeeck River. It was named after Cornelius Valck who became the owner in 1720. The north wing, w Provincial Heritage Site
2708 9/2/069/0135 Joostenberg, Muldersvlei, Paarl District Joostenberg Muldersvlei WC A particularly fine Old Cape farmhouse. The front gable bears the date 1756. It is, as far as is known, the oldest Old Cape gable still in existence and probably the only remaining gable of its type. Provincial Heritage Site
2709 9/2/111/0060/002 Van Riebeeck's Hedge, Bishopscourt, Cape Town Van Riebeeck's Hedge Cape Town WC 85 & 86 Provincial Heritage Site
2710 9/2/069/0019/001 Main House, Nederburg, Paarl District Nederburg WC Provincial Heritage Site
2711 9/2/056/0013 Oakdene, 50 Church Street, Ladismith Oakdene 50 Church Street Ladismith WC 564 This stately double-storeyed house was erect by the immigrant Heinrich Wilhelm Becker in 1876. He was Mayor of Ladismith for an unbroken period of 32 years. Provincial Heritage Site
2712 9/2/018/0005/001 1 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 1 Melbourne Road 1 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117032 Provincial Heritage Site
2713 9/2/069/0001/001-01 Main House, Roggeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Roggeland House Daljosafat, Roggeland Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2714 9/2/069/0001/002-05 Large shed, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Large shed Daljosafat, Non Pareille Daljosafat WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2715 9/2/018/0022-113 Erf 956, Tamboerskloof Erf 956, Tamboerskloof Table Mountain WC 956 Provincial Heritage Site
2716 9/2/018/0022-103 Erf 1734, Hout Bay Erf 1734, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1734 Provincial Heritage Site
2717 9/2/018/0022-102 Erf 1759, Hout Bay Erf 1759, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1759 Provincial Heritage Site
2718 9/2/018/0022-100 Erf 1749, Hout Bay Erf 1749, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 1749 Provincial Heritage Site
2719 9/2/069/0001/001-04 Cottage, Roggeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Cottage Daljosafat, Roggeland Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2720 9/2/069/0001/003-06 Labourers' cottage #2, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Labourers' cottage #2 Daljosafat, Goede Rust Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2721 9/2/069/0001/002-06 Cottage #1, Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Cottage #1 Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2722 9/2/069/0001/002 Non Pareille, Daljosafat, Paarl District Non Pareille Daljosafat, Non Pareille Paarl WC 534 STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE The Daljosafat Cultural Landscape is signifincant because of its idyllic setting, rich history associated with living heritage and a distinctive cultural environment. It boats a distinct Cape Vernacular Architecture with an aest National Heritage Site
2723 9/2/069/0074 Printing Press of Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners, Hugenot Museum, Paarl Printing Press of GRA Hugenot Museum Paarl WC The printing press contributed much to the effectiveness of the Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners which played an important part in the history of the Afrikaans language. Heritage Object
2724 9/2/069/0001/001-02 Wine cellar, Roggeland, Daljosafat, Paarl District Wine cellar Daljosafat, Roggeland Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2725 9/2/084/0002/002 Wedge Farm, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Wedge Farm Idas Valley WC 111 Provincial Heritage Site
2726 9/2/018/0022-106 Erf 2939, Hout Bay Erf 2939, Hout Bay Table Mountain WC 2939 Provincial Heritage Site
2727 9/2/018/0022-126 Erf 1559, Camps Bay Erf 1559, Camps Bay Table Mountain Cape Town WC 1559 Provincial Heritage Site
2728 9/2/018/0022-125 Erf 1446, Camps Bay Erf 1446, Camps Bay Table Mountain Cape Town WC 1446 Provincial Heritage Site
2729 9/2/018/0022-124 Erf 12713, Woodstock Erf 12713, Woodstock Table Mountain WC 12713 Provincial Heritage Site
2730 9/2/069/0001/003-05 Labourers' cottage #1, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Labourers' cottage #1 Daljosafat, Goede Rust Paarl WC Unknown Provincial Heritage Site
2731 9/2/018/0022-114 Erf 1139, Vredehoek Erf 1139, Vredehoek Table Mountain WC 1139 Provincial Heritage Site
2732 9/2/084/0002/019 Wedgewood, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Wedgewood Idas Valley WC 111 Provincial Heritage Site
2733 9/2/084/0002/005 Ida's Valley Homestead, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Ida's Valley homestead Idas Valley WC 1075 Provincial Heritage Site
2734 9/2/018/0201 3 Faure Street, Gardens, Cape Town 3 Faure Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 94887 This house with its impressive Cast-iron verandah dates from the late nineteenth century. It is an excellent example of late Victorian architecture. Provincial Heritage Site
2735 9/2/069/0001/003-03 Wagon House, Goede Rust, Daljosafat, Paarl District Wagon House Goede Rust, Daljosafat Paarl WC Unknown Not on file Provincial Heritage Site
2736 9/2/092/0041 Dutch Reformed Church, Malgas, Swellendam District Dutch Reformed Church WC 135 Provincial Heritage Site
2737 9/2/111/0064/005 Welgelegen Gateposts, Mowbray, Cape Town Welgelegen gateposts Cape Town WC 28001 Provincial Heritage Site
2738 9/2/018/0182 King's blockhouse, Cape Town King's Blockhouse Table Mountain Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2739 9/2/110/0056 Transit of Venus, Old Douglas Hotel, Touws River, Worcester District Transit of Venus Touws River WC Provincial Heritage Site
2740 9/2/094/0022 Schoonderzicht, Tulbagh District Schoonderzicht WC A striking feature of the homestead is its concavo-convex ("holbol") gable with fine decorations. The house was built in the shape of a T with three gables, and much of its original woodwork and other materials are still intact. Historically and architec Provincial Heritage Site
2741 9/2/094/0023 Klipfontein, Tulbagh District Klipfontein WC Provincial Heritage Site
2742 9/2/106/0015 Clairvaux, Wellington Clairvaux Wellington Wellington WC 2770 Provincial Heritage Site
2743 9/2/069/0044 Dutch Reformed Church, Franschhoek, Paarl District Dutch Reformed Church Franschhoek WC 304 Provincial Heritage Site
2744 9/2/076/0002 Homestead, Baviaanskloof, Prince Albert District Homestead WC 136 This farmhouse has fine gables, including a front gable which bears the date 1837. The house itself, together with its stone stoep in front, is a good example of Boland farm culture in the Karoo. Provincial Heritage Site
2745 9/2/060/0004/001 Watermill, Mission station, Mamre Watermill Mamre WC Provincial Heritage Site
2746 9/2/030/0009 Montagu Pass, George District Montagu Pass WC Provincial Heritage Site
2747 9/2/106/0003 Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Wellington District Anglo-Boer War blockhouse Wellington WC 1622 Provincial Heritage Site
2748 9/2/030/0009/002 Old Tollhouse, Montagu Pass, George District Old Tollhouse WC 142 Provincial Heritage Site
2749 9/2/018/0034/001/02 Clock Tower, Table Bay Harbour, Cape Town Clock Tower Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2750 9/2/012/0020-001 Nature Reserve, University of the WC, Bellville South Nature Reserve University of the WC Cape Town WC This nature reserve of more than 20 hectares provides a haven for rare and typical flora and fauna of the Cape Flats. The reserve is a unique conservation project, and offers opportunity for research into diseases and the propagation of the Cape flora. Provincial Heritage Site
2751 9/2/092/0014 Charcoal kiln, Voorhuis, Swellendam District Charcoal kiln WC This charcoal oven was built about the middle of the 18th century by Hermanus Steyn and is the oldest known structure of its kind in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2752 9/2/069/0076 La Provence, Franschhoek, Paarl District La Provence Frannschoek WC This imposing house, one of the best-known Cape- Dutch houses, was probably built by Pieter de Villiers who bought the farm in 1756. The building is H-shaped with beautiful gables bearing the dates 1800 and 1815, respectively. Provincial Heritage Site
2753 9/2/068/0008 Welgeluk Ostrich Palace, Oudtshoorn District Welgeluk WC Constructed during 1910, WeIgeluk is regarded as one of the finest examples of the so-called "ostrich palaces" Provincial Heritage Site
2754 9/2/111/0101 Rustenburg House, Rondebosch, Cape Town Rustenburg House Cape Town WC This unique group of buildings in the Classical Revival style, together with the open spaces, constitute the original Campus Plan as designed by, the architect J. M. Solomon in 1918. The Summer House, also known as Belvedere, was built by the Dutch East I Provincial Heritage Site
2755 9/2/094/0024 Montpellier, Tulbagh Montpellier Tulbagh WC This fine example of a Cape-Dutch gabled house with its concavo-convex ("holbol") gable was probably built early in the Nineteenth Century on the farm which was originally granted in 1714 to Jean Joubert. Provincial Heritage Site
2756 9/2/111/0072/004 Genadendal, Groote Schuur Estate, Rondebosch, Cape Town Westbrooke Groote Schuur Estate Cape Town WC 46165 Provincial Heritage Site
2757 9/2/084/0008 Elsenburg, Stellenbosch District Elsenberg Stellenbosch West WC Provincial Heritage Site
2758 9/2/080/0033-001 Mercury House, Erf 69, Bree Street, McGregor Mercury House Bree Street, cnr Grewe Street McGregor WC 0000069 This double-storeyed dwelling-house is a good example of the Georgian style and forms an important element of the historical centre of McGregor. Provincial Heritage Site
2759 9/2/094/0022/001 Brandy still, Schoonderzicht, Tulbagh District Brandy still WC This copper brandy still is one of the few remaining working stills of its kind in South Africa. Heritage Object
2760 9/2/111/0072/003 Kleine Schuur, Groote Schuur Estate, Rondebosch, Cape Town Kleine Schuur Groote Schuur Estate Cape Town WC 46165 Provincial Heritage Site
2761 9/2/111/0048 East Fort and Battery, Hout Bay, Cape Town East Fort & Battery Cape Town WC 1245 Provincial Heritage Site
2762 9/2/084/0062 The Braak, Stellenbosch The Braak Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2763 9/2/081/0036 De Goede Hoop Estate, Noordhoek, Simonstown District De Goede Hoop Estate Cape Town WC "De Goede Hoop" is an unique example of the influence of Herbert Baker and his associates on South African architecture. Its association with the Chaplins and historical events during the early 20th century in Southern Africa has resulted in a blend of in Provincial Heritage Site
2764 9/2/084/0084 Entrance and gates, Seminary, Stellenbosch Entrance & gates Stellenbosch WC The gateway and gates which were erected at about 1769 as part of the Drostdy at that time, are situated on the most historic site in Stellenbosch. This site has associations with Simon van der Stel and the respective Drostdy buildings were formerly also Provincial Heritage Site
2765 9/2/083/0007 Gantouw Pass, Somerset West District Gantouw Pass Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2766 9/2/111/0064/003 De Meule, Mowbray, Cape Town Mostert's Mill Miller's Homestead Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2767 9/2/111/0050 Bergvliet Farm, Bergvliet, Cape Town Bergvliet Homestead Cape Town WC Bergvliet B The Cape Dutch house on this historic farmyard dates from 1769. The ring-wall and outbuildings were erected in about the middle of the nineteenth century. The farm Bergvliet originally formed part of Simon van der Stel's farm Constantia. Provincial Heritage Site
2768 9/2/018/0209 Somerset Hospital, Green Point, Cape Town Somerset Hospital Somerset Hospital Cape Town WC 1251 (Rennie: 1559?) Provincial Heritage Site
2769 9/2/111/0064/004 Mostert's Mill, Mowbray, Cape Town Mostert's Mill Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2770 9/2/081/0055 Martello Tower, Simonstown Martello Tower East Dockyard Cape Town WC 1167 It is claimed that this is the oldest British structure of its kind in the world and also the first building to be erected after the British occupation of the Cape. Provincial Heritage Site
2771 9/2/111/0003 Alphen, Constantia, Cape Town Alphen Cape Town WC 377 Provincial Heritage Site
2772 9/2/084/0171/001 Dovecot, Meerlust, Stellenbosch District Dovecot Stellenbosch South WC Provincial Heritage Site
2773 9/2/094/0020-001 Jackson's Cottage, Drostdy Village, Tulbagh District Jackson's Cottage WC 136 Provincial Heritage Site
2774 9/2/094/0018 Wolwefontein Homestead, Tulbagh District Wolwefontein homestead WC 176 This homestead in the typical Cape-Dutch style was probably erected early in the Nineteenth Century. Provincial Heritage Site
2775 9/2/069/0053 Schoongezicht, Daljosafat, Paarl District Schoongezicht Daljosafat WC Provincial Heritage Site
2776 9/2/052/0014 Holy Trinity Church, Belvidere Holy Trinity Church Belvidere WC 79, 80, 84, 85, 92, 93, 100, 101, 109, 110, 111, 118, 119, Provincial Heritage Site
2777 9/2/072/0001-001 Farmstead, Kersefontein, Piketberg District Farmstead WC 129 Provincial Heritage Site
2778 9/2/030/0012 Old Gaol, De Bult Boys High School, George Old Gaol George WC Provincial Heritage Site
2779 9/2/084/0140-001 Lime kiln, Nietgevonden, Stellenbosch District Lime kiln Stellenkloof WC 516 Provincial Heritage Site
2780 9/2/076/0016 Dutch Reformed Church, Zeekoegat, Prince Albert District Dutch Reformed Church WC Provincial Heritage Site
2781 9/2/096/0023 Watermill, Uniondale Watermill Uniondale WC 354 This water mill was built in 1854 by J A van Rooyen and is the only remaining water mill at Uniondale. The structure consists of a double-storeyed building and the mill's wooden wheel is of the undershot type. Provincial Heritage Site
2782 9/2/052/0022/001 Erf 1403, Eastern Head, Knysna Erf 1403, Eastern Head Knysna WC 1403 This property is of importance because of its natural beauty; it forms part of the well-known Knysna Heads. Provincial Heritage Site
2783 9/2/079/0005 Palingsgat Farmstead, Plattebosch, Still Bay, Riversdale District Palingsgat Farmstead WC 485 Provincial Heritage Site
2784 9/2/018/0022-084 Erf 13, Fresnaye Erf 13, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 13 Provincial Heritage Site
2785 9/2/013/0002 Waenhuiskrans (Kassiesbaai) Fishing Village, Arniston Kassiesbaai Fishing Village Waenhuiskrans Cultural Landscape Arniston WC 118 (416??) Provincial Heritage Site
2786 9/2/111/0057 University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, Cape Town University of Cape Town Middle Campus University of Cape Town, Middle Campus Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2787 9/2/018/0066 Moravian Church and Parsonage, Moravian Hill, District Six, Cape Town Moravian Church & Parsonage Cape Town WC 9929 Provincial Heritage Site
2788 9/2/015/0011 Old bridge over Rivier Sonderend, Genadendal Old bridge over Riviersonderend Genadendal WC 39 Provincial Heritage Site
2789 9/2/106/0018 Lady Loch Bridge, Berg River, Wellington Lady Loch Bridge Wellington WC Provincial Heritage Site
2790 9/2/069/0139 Landskroon, Paarl District Landskroon Agter Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2791 9/2/069/0028 The Mountain Commonage, Paarlberg, Paarl The Mountain Commonage Paarl WC 1 The area is proclaimed in order to ensure the preservation of its outstanding natural beauty. Provincial Heritage Site
2792 9/2/083/0012 Predikants Square, Somerset West Predikants Square Cape Town WC 4056 Provincial Heritage Site
2793 9/2/018/0056 The Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town The Castle Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2794 9/2/018/0109 The New Laboratory, Green Point, Cape Town The New Laboratory Cape Town WC 1253 Provincial Heritage Site
2795 9/2/110/0079 22 Fairbairn Street and 43 Church Street, Worcester 22 Fairbairn Street and 43 Church Street Worcester WC Provincial Heritage Site
2796 9/2/069/0046 Bellingham Homestead, Groot Drakenstein, Paarl District Bellingham Groot Drakenstein WC 1022/2 Provincial Heritage Site
2797 9/2/018/0264-049 Erf 1353, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1353 Cape Town WC 1353 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2798 9/2/018/0022-083 Erf 1243, Fresnaye Erf 1243, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1243 Provincial Heritage Site
2799 9/2/110/0062 Eikenbosch homestead, Worcester District Eikenbosch homestead WC 406 Provincial Heritage Site
2800 9/2/084/0141 By-Den-Weg, Stellenbosch District By-Den-Weg, By Den Weg Stellenbosch West WC 1003 Provincial Heritage Site
2802 9/2/111/0072/001 Groote Schuur, Rondebosch, Cape Town Groote Schuur Groote Schuur Estate Cape Town WC 46165 Provincial Heritage Site
2803 9/2/079/0003 Kleinfontein, Duiwehoks River, Riversdale District Kleinfontein WC 503 Kleinfontein, with the H-shaped Cape Dutch house thereon, lies in a basin at the widening of the Duiwenhoks River before it makes a final bend on its course to the Indian Ocean. The unrivalled and exceptional natural beauty together with the historic and Provincial Heritage Site
2804 9/2/018/0004/001 Robben Island Embarkation Building, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Robben Island Embarkation Building Cape Town WC 150238 & 149294 Provincial Heritage Site
2805 9/2/084/0006 Bellevue, Stellenbosch District Bellevue Stellenbosch West WC 23 Provincial Heritage Site
2806 9/2/069/0022/003 Hugenote Gedenkskool, Kleinbosch, Daljosafat, Paarl District Hugenote Gedenkskool Daljosafat, Kleinbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2807 9/2/015/0036 Blaas 'n Bietjie, Betty's Bay Blaas 'n Bietjie Betty's Bay WC This property was bought in 1961 by Dr H. F. Verwoerd, the former Prime Minister. The house was planned by Dr Verwoerd himself in the modern style. The garage and a milkwood thicket are situated on the same erf. Provincial Heritage Site
2808 9/2/030/0018 Fancourt Hotel, George Fancourt Hotel George WC 527 Provincial Heritage Site
2809 9/2/018/0264-048 Erf 1039, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1039 Cape Town WC 1039 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2810 9/2/068/0018 Dutch Reformed Church, Volmoed, Oudtshoorn District Dutch Reformed Church WC Provincial Heritage Site
2811 9/2/018/0051 Valkenberg Hospital building complex, Observatory, Cape Town Valkenburg Hospital Cape Town WC 26439 Provincial Heritage Site
2812 9/2/111/0071 Tokai Manor House, Porter Reformatory, Tokai, Constantia, Wynberg District Tokai Main House Cape Town WC HISTORICAL INTEREST The Manor House was built shortly after 1792 by Jan Andreas Rauch and is one of the most famous examples of Cape dutch architecture. Provincial Heritage Site
2813 9/2/072/0001-002 Outbuildings, Kersefontein, Piketberg District Outbuildings WC 129 Provincial Heritage Site
2814 9/2/080/0034 Rhebokskraal, Robertson District Rhebokskraal WC This gabled house dates from 1874 and is one of the best examples of the last stages of the Cape-Dutch architectural style. Apart from the Cape-Dutch elements, this dwelling-house also has typical characteristics of the Georgian and Victorian styles, such Provincial Heritage Site
2815 9/2/039/0009 Southey's Arms, Glamorgan, Heidelberg District Southey's Arms WC 137 Provincial Heritage Site
2816 9/2/092/0060 Buffeljachtsrivier Bridge, Swellendam District Buffeljachtsrivier Bridge WC Provincial Heritage Site
2817 9/2/069/0118 Ronwe Homestead, Paarl District Ronwe homestead WC 851 Provincial Heritage Site
2818 9/2/072/0004 Goedverwacht/Wittewater Mission Complex, Piketberg District Goedverwacht/Wittewater Mission Complex WC Provincial Heritage Site
2819 9/2/081/0005 Welcome Cottage, Glencairn, Simonstown District Welcome Cottage Welcome Glen Cape Town WC 965, 967 Historical/ Architectural significance: The land on which Welcome Cottage is built was granted in Perpetual Quitrent to Johannes Henricus Brand, Deputy Fiscal of Simon's Town , in 1811. He later became Member of the Court of Justice. JHBrand's son, Chris Provincial Heritage Site
2820 9/2/084/0032 Neethlingshof, Stellenbosch District Neethlingshof Stellenbosch West WC 277 Provincial Heritage Site
2821 9/2/069/0041 Boschendal, Groot Drakenstein, Paarl District Boschendal Groot Drakenstein WC 1179 Provincial Heritage Site
2822 9/2/018/0022-093 Erf 1242, Fresnaye Erf 1242, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1242 Provincial Heritage Site
2823 9/2/018/0022-095 Erf 1412, Fresnaye Erf 1412, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1412 Provincial Heritage Site
2824 9/2/084/0001-027 Oak trees, Parsonage Street, Church Street, Drostdy Street, Van Ryneveld Street, Andringa Street, Bird Street, Plein Street & Van Riebeeck Street, Stellenbosch Oak trees Stellenbosch WC The town of Stellenbosch derives much of its restful, historical character from these oaks. Provincial Heritage Site
2825 9/2/069/0035 Burgundy, Franschhoek, Paarl District Burgundy Franschoek Franschhoek WC 1103 Provincial Heritage Site
2826 9/2/069/0022/001 Cemetery, Kleinbosch, Daljosafat, Paarl District Kleinbosch Cemetery Daljosafat, Kleinbosch Paarl WC Unknown This cemetery was laid out in about 1700 by the Hugenot ancestor, Francois du Toit, on his farm Kleinbosch. Three of the founders of the "Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners", namely the Rev. S. J. du Toit, D. F. du Toit and P. J. Malherbe, are also buried he Provincial Heritage Site
2827 9/2/111/0094 Nova Constantia, Constantia, Wynberg District Nova Constantia Cape Town WC Erf 5179, portion of Erf 2607 Provincial Heritage Site
2828 9/2/018/0022-094 Erf 14, Fresnaye Erf 14, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 14 Provincial Heritage Site
2829 9/2/110/0033 Eensgevonden, Voorzorg, Worcester District Eensgevonden WC 432 Provincial Heritage Site
2830 9/2/084/0130 Champagne, Stellenbosch District Champagne Stellenbosch West WC The farm Dwars-in-den-Weg, now known as Champagne, was granted to Jacob de Wilde in 1697. The Cape Dutch dwelling-house was presumably erected in 1793 by Isaac Stephanus de Villiers. Provincial Heritage Site
2831 9/2/111/0065 Timour Hall, Constantia, Cape Town Timour Hall Cape Town WC 1591 This historic building is built in an interesting mixture of eighteenth and nineteenth century architectural styles. The large property on which it stands also contributes considerably to the character of the urban area in which it is situated. Provincial Heritage Site
2832 9/2/018/0139 De Waal Park, Gardens, Cape Town De Waal Park Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 1227 The De Waal Park was laid out through the endeavours of David Christiaan de Waal, M.L.A., Mayor of Cape Town (1889-90) and opened in 1895 as a park for the use of the general public. Provincial Heritage Site
2833 9/2/040/0006 Burgundy Restaurant, Hermanus Burgundy Restaurant Hermanus WC 680 These two fishermen's cottages in the vernacular style date from the nineteenth century and are among the earliest buildings erected in Hermanus. Provincial Heritage Site
2834 9/2/069/0137 Watergat, Simondium, Paarl District Watergat Groot Drakenstein WC Provincial Heritage Site
2835 9/2/018/0022-092 Erf 1231, Fresnaye Erf 1231, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1231 Provincial Heritage Site
2836 9/2/018/0022-091 Erf 2, Fresnaye Erf 2, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 2 Provincial Heritage Site
2837 9/2/069/0077 La Motte, Franschhoek, Paarl District La Motte Franschhoek WC The outstanding La Motte manor house, which was probably during the fifties of the eighteenth century by Gabriel du Toit, is a T-shaped building with a concavo-convex middle gable and attractive facade. The manor house, together with the "jonkmanshuis", t Provincial Heritage Site
2838 9/2/018/0022-082 Erf 1362, Fresnaye Erf 1362, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1362 Provincial Heritage Site
2839 9/2/018/0022/006 Public Open Space between Nettleton Road and the sea, between Bantry Bay and Clifton, at Cape Town Public Open Space between Nettleton Road and the sea Table Mountain Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2840 9/2/084/0002/003 Ida Minor, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Ida Manor Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2841 9/2/018/0001 Fort Wynyard, Green Point, Cape Town Fort Wynyard Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2842 9/2/058/0001 Matjiesfontein Village, Laingsburg District Matjiesfontein Village Matjiesfontein WC 1-14 The historic Matjiesfontein Village was built between 1895 and 1907 by Mr J. Logan. It was developed as a spa and as such it became the meeting place of historical figures like Cecil Rhodes and Olive Schreiner. During the Anglo-Boer War it served as the h Provincial Heritage Site
2843 9/2/018/0317 Van Plettenberg Beacon, SA Cultural History Museum, Cape Town Van Plettenberg Beacon Cape Town WC Heritage Object
2844 9/2/094/0013 Mon Bijou, 36 Church Street, Tulbagh Mon Bijou 36 Church Street Tulbagh WC 185 Provincial Heritage Site
2845 9/2/018/0005/002 3 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 3 Melbourne Road 3 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117033 Provincial Heritage Site
2846 9/2/018/0005/003 5 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 5 Melbourne Road 5 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117034 Provincial Heritage Site
2847 9/2/018/0005/004 7 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 7 Melbourne Road 7 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117035 Provincial Heritage Site
2848 9/2/018/0005/005 9 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 9 Melbourne Road 9 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117036 Provincial Heritage Site
2849 9/2/018/0005/006 11 Melbourne Road, Woodstock, Cape Town 11 Melbourne Road 11 Melbourne Road Cape Town WC 117037 Provincial Heritage Site
2850 9/2/022/0051 Nortier Reserve, Clanwilliam Nortier Reserve WC Deproclaimed
2851 9/2/094/0060 Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Tulbagh Road, Tulbagh District Anglo-Boer War blockhouse near Tulbagh Road WC 223 Deproclaimed
2852 9/2/083/0011/003 Sweet Safraan, Sir Lowry's Pass Village, Somerset West District Sweet Safraan Cape Town WC 880 The original portion of this victorianised dwelling-house probably dates from the beginning of the nineteenth century. The house is situated on property which was originally granted to G. F. Prenger in 1779. Provincial Heritage Site
2854 9/2/083/0037/001 Quinan House, Inner De Beers Avenue, AECI, Somerset West Quinan House Inner De Beers Avenue Cape Town WC The gracious homestead was designed by the firm Baker and Masey and built in 1901 as residence for the factory manager of De Beers Cape Explosive Works. The first two general managers were William Quinan and Kenneth Quinan, after who the house was named f Provincial Heritage Site
2855 9/2/111/0064/002 Welgelegen Homestead, Mowbray, Cape Town Welgelegen Cape Town WC 28001 Provincial Heritage Site
2856 9/2/092/0005 Rheenendal Mill, Swellendam District Rheenendal Mill WC This mill-house consists of a double-storeyed Georgian building which dated from about 1880 and is closely associated with the development of industrial architecture in South Africa. The mill-wheel is of the overshot type. Provincial Heritage Site
2857 9/2/018/0022-074 Erf 1, Fresnaye Erf 1, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1 Provincial Heritage Site
2858 9/2/013/0001/002 4 Fishermen's Cottages, Hotagterklip, Struis Bay 4 Fishermen's Cottages Struis Bay Struis Bay WC 1 400, 1401 This impressive architectural complex consists of nine fishermen's cottages, which are all typical examples of the traditional vernacular style. Provincial Heritage Site
2859 9/2/068/0006 Hazenjacht Farmstead, Oudtshoorn District Hazenjacht Farmstead WC 79 Provincial Heritage Site
2860 9/2/069/0085 Amstelhof, Daljosafat, Paarl District Amstelhof Daljosafat WC Provincial Heritage Site
2861 9/2/018/0022-096 Erf 3, Fresnaye Erf 3, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 3 Provincial Heritage Site
2862 9/2/060/0004 Mission station, Mamre Mission station Mamre WC The Mission Station which is an important place of interest because of both its history and its architectural beauty, was founded in 1808 by Moravian missionaries on the site occupied by the Dutch East India Company's military outpost, "'t Groenekloof", f Provincial Heritage Site
2863 9/2/084/0002/004 Hymettus Farm, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Hymettus Farm Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2864 9/2/031/0001/003 3 Meadway, Pinelands, Cape Town 3 Meadway 3 Meadway Cape Town WC 128 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2865 9/2/083/0010/001 Camphor trees, Vergelegen, Somerset West Camphor trees Vergelegen Cape Town WC 744 Provincial Heritage Site
2866 9/2/013/0001/001 3 Fishermen's Cottages, Hotagterklip, Struis Bay 3 Fishermen's Cottages Struis Bay WC 857 Provincial Heritage Site
2867 9/2/106/0002 Groenberg School, Wellington District Groenberg School Welbedacht, Paarl road Paarl WC 89 The school was built in the sixties of the 19th century. C. P. Hoogenhout, who played an important part in the first phase of the Afrikaans Language Movement, was the teacher there from 3 August 1874 until the beginning of the 20th century. Much of his mo Provincial Heritage Site
2868 9/2/084/0002/018 Wedgewood Farm, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Wedgewood Farm Idas Valley WC 111 Provincial Heritage Site
2869 9/2/084/0002/021 Part of Idas Valley, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Part of Idas Valley Idas Valley WC 1092 Provincial Heritage Site
2870 9/2/084/0002/006 Heather Hill, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Heather Hill Idas Valley WC 106 Provincial Heritage Site
2871 9/2/084/0002/014 Old Orchard, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Old Orchard Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2872 9/2/040/0012 Old Harbour, Hermanus Old harbour Hermanus WC 830 Provincial Heritage Site
2873 9/2/030/0009/003 Keur River Bridge, Montagu Pass, George District Keur River Bridge WC This attractive arched stone bridge was part of the original construction of the Montagu Pass which was opened by Sir John Montagu in 1847, Provincial Heritage Site
2874 9/2/084/0002/011 Heather Cottage, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Heather Cottage Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2875 9/2/013/0023 Cottages, Rhenosterkop, Bredasdorp District Cottages Rhenosterkop Farm, Bredasdorp district WC 285 This property, which is situated on the coast in the so-called Duineveld and on which large numbers of milk-wood trees are found, is of considerable importance both as a natural resource and from the point of view of ecology. There are also four historic Provincial Heritage Site
2876 9/2/079/0004 Old Toll House, Garcia Pass, Riversdale District Old Toll House WC The old Toll House was rebuilt in 1910 on the foundations of an earlier toll house and is a remnant of a system that played an important part in the history of transportation in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2877 9/2/076/0019 Dutch Reformed Church and Hall, Prince Albert Dutch Reformed Church & Hall Prince Albert WC Provincial Heritage Site
2878 9/2/083/0020 Dwelling and watermill, Knorhoek, Somerset West District Knorhoek Cape Town WC 830 This imposing Cape Dutch manor-house together with the adjacent watermill forms a unique architectural complex. Provincial Heritage Site
2879 9/2/018/0279/001 De Nieuwe Molen, Alexandra Institute, Maitland, Cape Town De Nieuwe Molen Cape Town WC 24290 Provincial Heritage Site
2880 9/2/092/0013 Homestead, Klip River 192, Swellendam District Homestead WC 192 During the years 1833-1837 the farm Kliprivier was owned by Marthinus Steyn, great grandfather of President M T Steyn and the builder of the magnificent homestead. The farm was also owned by President F W Reitz during the years 1869-1899. Provincial Heritage Site
2881 9/2/080/0012 Powder Magazine, Robertson Powder Magazine Robertson WC The Power Magazine in Robertson was erected by Barry and Nephews in 1880 and was used for the storage of explosives until 1965. Provincial Heritage Site
2882 9/2/069/0072 Jan Joubertsgat Bridge, Franschhoek Pass, Paarl District Jan Joubertsgat Bridge Franschhoek Franschhoek WC Provincial Heritage Site
2883 9/2/069/0059 Rhone, Groot Drakenstein, Paarl District La Rhone Groot Drakenstein WC Provincial Heritage Site
2884 9/2/094/0019 Schalkenbosch, Tulbagh District Schalkenbosch WC The main dwelling at Schalkenbosch is a T-shaped Cape Dutch house which dates from 1798. This house with its fine front gable and straight end gables is almost identical to the adjacent Schoonderzicht. The two historic outbuildings form an integral part o Provincial Heritage Site
2885 9/2/015/0010-015 Bell tower, Mission Complex, Genadendal Bell tower Genadendal WC Glebe land no 3 Provincial Heritage Site
2886 9/2/084/0002/012 Volksrust, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Volksrust Idas Valley WC The first farm in Idas Valley was granted in 1683 to Francois Villon, a French Huguenot. Important historical figures, like J. X. Merriman and Sir Thomas Smartt, also owned farms in the Valley. On several farms, specifically Rustenburg, Schoongezicht, Ida Provincial Heritage Site
2887 9/2/084/0002/001 Kelsey Farm, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Kelsey Farm Idas Valley WC A992 Provincial Heritage Site
2888 9/2/079/0002 Jagersbosch, Still Bay, Riversdale District Jagersbosch WC This is one of the two original buildings in Still Bay, and is a very good example of a 19th century farmstead. Provincial Heritage Site
2889 9/2/084/0002/008 High Rustenburg, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District High Rustenburg Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2890 9/2/110/0067 Homestead, Stettyn, Worcester District Homestead WC 531 Provincial Heritage Site
2891 9/2/052/0029 Robberg Nature Reserve, Plettenberg Bay Roberg Nature Reserve Plettenberg Bay WC The land at the base of Robberg is rich in cultural history, especially from the Late Stone Age and the seventeenth-century settlement of survivors of the wreck of the Sao Goncalo. Environmentally it is of great importance as a "buffer zone" to the Robber Provincial Heritage Site
2892 9/2/084/0002/020 Part of Heather Hill, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Part of Heather Hill Idas Valley WC Provincial Heritage Site
2893 9/2/084/0002/007 Glenbawn, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Glenbawn Idas Valley WC 159 Provincial Heritage Site
2894 9/2/018/0022-089 Erf 512, Fresnaye Erf 512, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 512 Provincial Heritage Site
2895 9/2/018/0022-085 Erf 1250, Fresnaye Erf 1250, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1250 Provincial Heritage Site
2896 9/2/018/0022-097 Erf 1033, Tamboerskloof Erf 1033 Table Mountain WC Provincial Heritage Site
2897 9/2/018/0022-086 Erf 1251, Fresnaye Erf 1251, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1251 Provincial Heritage Site
2898 9/2/064/0027 Old Market Hall, Market Square, Mossel Bay Old Market Hall Market Square Mossel Bay WC This impressive building was erected in approximately 1852 and forms an essential part of the historic centre of Mossel Bay Provincial Heritage Site
2899 9/2/111/0002/039 7a, 7b Durban Road cnr Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town cnr Durban Road & Wolfe Street cnr Durban Road & Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 66768; 66769; 66770 Provincial Heritage Site
2900 9/2/018/0184 Good Hope Lodge, Cape Town Good Hope Lodge Cape Town WC 95185 Provincial Heritage Site
2901 9/2/064/0016 Langkraal, Mossel Bay District Langkraal WC 151 Provincial Heritage Site
2902 9/2/018/0022-087 Erf 1244, Fresnaye Erf 1244, Fresnaye Table Mountain WC 1244 Provincial Heritage Site
2903 9/2/111/0002-016 Prince Alfred House, Wynberg, Cape Town Prince Alfred House Cape Town WC 66763 This double-storeyed house is built in the Georgian style and dates from the fifties of the nineteenth century. It is one of the most important houses in the historic centre of Wynberg. Provincial Heritage Site
2904 9/2/084/0002/009 Rustenburg, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Rustenburg Idas Valley WC 55 Provincial Heritage Site
2905 9/2/084/0002/010 Schoongezicht, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Schoongezicht Idas Valley WC 56 Provincial Heritage Site
2906 9/2/018/0007-003 148 Long Street, Cape Town Wiener Building 148 Long Street Cape Town WC 3398 3399 Provincial Heritage Site
2907 9/2/084/0002/017 Cranford, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch District Cranford Idas Valley WC 111 Provincial Heritage Site
2908 9/2/084/0135 Thaba'Nchu, 5 Rattray Avenue, Stellenbosch Thaba'Nchu 5 Rattray Avenue Stellenbosch WC Built in 1900 by James Rattray, son of a British teacher brought out from England by Lord Charles Somerset. The house is an excellent example of high-Victorian architecture in Stellenbosch. Provincial Heritage Site
2909 9/2/063/0011 Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 9 Rose Street, Montagu Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage 9 Rose Street Montagu WC 0297 This stately and spacious home, with its interesting architecture has historical connections with the ministry of Dr D. F. Malan. Provincial Heritage Site
2910 9/2/018/0034/002/13 The Moorings No. 5, Quarry Road, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town The Moorings No. 5 Quarry Road Cape Town WC 1 Provisional Protection
2911 9/2/018/0034/002/05 Old Labourers' Hostel, Portswood Road, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Old Labourers' Hostel Portswood Road Cape Town WC 15 Provisional Protection
2912 9/2/018/0034/002/15 The Moorings No. 1, off Portswood Road, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town The Moorings No. 1 off Portswood Road Cape Town WC 1 and 16 Provisional Protection
2913 9/2/080/0002-314 Mulberry Cottage, 430, Barry Street, McGregor Mulberry Cottage Barry Street, cnr Mill Street McGregor WC 0000378 Historical and architectural interest This property forms part of the historic centre of McGregor with its picturesque houses in the vernacular style. 10/2/542. P. G. J. KOORNHOF, Minister of National Education. Provincial Heritage Site
2914 9/2/058/0003 Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Laingsburg Dutch Reformed Church Voortrekker Street (block between Zwartberg and Van Riebeek Streets) Laingsburg WC 327 Provincial Heritage Site
2915 9/2/013/0024 White milkwood tree, Rhenosterfontein, Bredasdorp District White milkwood tree WC 163 Hierdie melkhoutboom op die plaas Rhenosterfontein is deur die Dendrologiese Vereniging van S.A. in 1991 beskryf as die grootste geidentifiseerde voorbeeld van sy soort. dit is moontlik dat die boom tussen 600 en 1 000 jaar oud kan wees. Provincial Heritage Site
2916 9/2/018/0034/002/07 Ulundi, 1 Portswood Road, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Ulundi 1 Portswood Road Cape Town WC 1 Provisional Protection
2917 9/2/018/0033 The Retreat, 16 Park Avenue, Camps Bay, Cape Town The Retreat 16 Park Avenue Cape Town WC 520, 521, 523 Provisional Protection
2918 9/2/018/0067/001 38 Queens Road, Bantry Bay, Cape Town 38 Queens Road 38 Queens Road Cape Town WC 393 Provincial Heritage Site
2919 9/2/018/0197 Martin Melck House, Strand Street, Cape Town Martin Melck House Strand Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
2920 9/2/112/0004 ACVV offices, Retief Street, Moorreesburg ACVV offices Retief Street Moorreesburg WC 1634 Provincial Heritage Site
2921 9/2/111/0002-033 Riebeeck House, Riebeeck Street, Wynberg, Cape Town Riebeeck House Riebeeck Street Cape Town WC 66745 Provincial Heritage Site
2922 9/2/018/0264-088 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Wale Street Wale Street, cnr Chiappini Street Cape Town WC 1956, 1957 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2923 9/2/018/0042 St Stephen's Church, Riebeeck Square, Cape Town St Stephen's Church Riebeeck Square Cape Town WC 2080 HISTORICAL INTEREST. This building was opened as a theatre in 1800 and was taken into use as a church and school in 1839. Provincial Heritage Site
2924 9/2/111/0002-034 Quellerie Cottage, Riebeeck Street, Wynberg, Cape Town Quellerie Cottage Riebeeck Street Cape Town WC 66742 Provincial Heritage Site
2925 9/2/111/0002/042 Mercury House, Riebeeck Street, Wynberg, Cape Town Mercury House Riebeeck Street Cape Town WC 66725 Provincial Heritage Site
2926 9/2/111/0002/010 3-4 Riebeeck Street, Wynberg, Cape Town 3-4 Riebeeck Street 3-4 Riebeeck Street Cape Town WC 66724 Provincial Heritage Site
2927 9/2/018/0264-092 Sports Club, Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Sports Club Rose Street Cape Town WC 1364 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2928 9/2/076/0020 Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 2 Parsonage Street, Prince Albert Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage 2 Parsonage Street Prince Albert WC 554, 556 & 557 Provincial Heritage Site
2929 9/2/018/0196 Hugenot Memorial Building, 48 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town Hugenot Memorial Building 48 Queen Victoria Street Cape Town WC 3563-3565; 3611 Provincial Heritage Site
2930 9/2/018/0050/005 Model Villa, 4 Hiddingh Avenue, Gardens, Cape Town Model Villa Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provisional Protection
2931 9/2/069/0071 Old Parsonage Museum, Main Street, Paarl Old Parsonage Museum Main Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2932 9/2/069/0109 2 Patriot Street, Paarl 2 Patriot Street 2 Patriot Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
2933 9/2/080/0013 Druid's Lodge, Paul Kruger Street, Robertson Druid's Lodge Paul Kruger Street Robertson WC 2276 Provincial Heritage Site
2934 9/2/063/0012 Municipal office, 3 Piet Retief Street, Montagu Municipal offices 3 Piet Retief Street Montagu WC 0454, 455, 456, 457, 458 Provincial Heritage Site
2935 9/2/063/0016 21 Piet Retief Street, Montagu 21 Piet Retief Street 21 Piet Retief Street Montagu WC 0432 Provincial Heritage Site
2936 9/2/069/0006 De Nieuwe Plantatie, Plantasie Street, Paarl De Nieuwe Plantatie Plantasie Street Paarl WC 9037 Provincial Heritage Site
2937 9/2/096/0015 All Saints Church, 33 Voortrekker Street, Uniondale All Saints Church 33 Voortrekker Street Uniondale WC 390 Provincial Heritage Site
2938 9/2/018/0034/002/08 Dockhouse No. 1 and No. 2, off Portswood Road, Portswood Ridge, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Dockhouse No. 1 and No. 2 Portswood Ridge Cape Town WC 1 Provisional Protection
2939 9/2/080/0005 Old Wesleyan Church, Paul Kruger Street, Robertson Wesleyan Church Paul Kruger Street Robertson WC Provisional Protection
2940 9/2/018/0034/002/12 The Moorings No. 10, Quarry Road, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town The Moorings No. 10 Quarry Road Cape Town WC 1 Provisional Protection
2941 9/2/018/0264-010 21 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 21 Rose Street 21 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1946 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2942 9/2/018/0034/002/09 Old Production Control Office, off Portswood Road, Portswood Ridge, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Old Production Control Office Portswood Ridge Cape Town WC 1 Provisional Protection
2943 9/2/018/0050/004 Earl's Court, 6 Hiddingh Avenue, Gardens, Cape Town Earl's Court Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provisional Protection
2944 9/2/084/0050 Bletterman House, Plein Street, Stellenbosch Bletterman House Plein Street, cnr Drostdy Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2945 9/2/080/0035 Erf 375, Plein Street, McGregor Pine Cottage Portion of Erf 8 McGregor WC 0000375 These two cottages in the vernacular style date from the second half of the nineteenth century. The property in its entirety forms an important architectural element of the historic centre of McGregor. Provincial Heritage Site
2946 9/2/018/0150 178-196 Long Street, Cape Town 178-196 Long Street 178-196 Long Street Cape Town WC 3341 & 3342 Provisional Protection
2947 9/2/110/0050 24 Porter Street, Worcester 24 Porter Street 24 Porter Street Worcester WC 732 Provincial Heritage Site
2948 9/2/110/0013 69 Porter Street, Worcester 69 Porter Street 69 Porter Street Worcester WC 5278 Provincial Heritage Site
2949 9/2/081/0044 Old Dutch Reformed Church, 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town Old Dutch Reformed Church 52 Main Road Cape Town WC Provisional Protection
2950 9/2/018/0034/002/18 Time Ball Tower, Portswood Ridge, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Time Ball Tower Portswood Ridge Cape Town WC 1 Provincial Heritage Site
2951 9/2/084/0065 Entrance to cemetery, Plein Street, Stellenbosch Entrance to Cemetery Plein Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2952 9/2/084/0102 Wilgenhof, Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Wilgenhof Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2953 9/2/018/0264-025 Old coach house and stables, Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Old coach house and stables Rose Street, between Longmarket and Church Streets Cape Town WC 1361, 1370 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2954 9/2/069/0062 Rozenburg House, 2 Rozenburg Street, Paarl Rozenburg House 2 Rozenburg Street Paarl WC 2401 This dwelling with its Georgian and Victorian characteristics was rebuilt during the 1850's to its present form. This properrty also forms an integral part of the historical core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
2955 9/2/110/0046 96 Durban Street, Worcester 96 Durban Street 96 Durban Street Worcester WC 1558 Provisional Protection
2956 9/2/018/0266 Schotse Kloof, 79 Dorp Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Schotse Kloof 79 Dorp Street Cape Town WC Provisional Protection
2958 9/2/110/0002 36 Russell Street, Worcester 36 Russell Street 36 Russel Street Worcester WC 962 Provincial Heritage Site
2959 9/2/110/0058 37 Russel Street, Worcester 37 Russel Street 37 Russel Street Worcester WC 8488 This house with its fine gable was built in 1860 and is a good example of Nineteenth Century Architecture in Worcester. Provincial Heritage Site
2960 9/2/110/0005-002 Hugo Naude House, 115 Russel Street, Worcester Hugo Naude House 115 Russel Street Worcester WC 1506 This impressive dwelling, which was erected during the first decade of the twentieth century by Hugo Naudé, the well-known artist, as home and studio, is predominantly in the neo-Classical idiom. He lived here until his death on 5 April 1941. In particula Provincial Heritage Site
2961 9/2/018/0225 Muritai, 22 Rosemount Avenue, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Muritai Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 653 Provincial Heritage Site
2962 9/2/084/0027 Schreuder House, 10 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Schreuder House Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC 1277 This colonial house was built in 1709 by Sebastian Schreuder and is the oldest known existant dwelling in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2963 9/2/018/0224 Villa Catharina, 1 Rosebank Place, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Villa Catharina Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 457 This beautiful Victorian row house, which dates from the late nineteenth century, is an excellent and well preserved example of its kind. The front facade is particularly good, with excellent detailing. The decorative barge ornamentation and orpate cast i Provincial Heritage Site
2964 9/2/084/0154 Ryneveldhof, Stellenbosch Ryneveldhof Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2965 9/2/092/0036 Old Gaol, 24, 26, 28 Swellengrebel Street, Swellendam Old Gaol 24, 26, 28 Swellengrebel Street Swellendam WC Provincial Heritage Site
2966 9/2/084/0048 3 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch 3 Ryneveld Street 3 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2967 9/2/084/0158 Morkel House, 4/6 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Morkel House 4 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC 1282 Provincial Heritage Site
2968 9/2/084/0003 Devonshire House, 13 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Devonshire House 13 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC 1269 Provincial Heritage Site
2969 9/2/013/0011 Dollas Downs 264, Bredasdorp District Dollas Downs 264 Waenhuiskrans Cultural Landscape WC 416 Provisional Protection
2970 9/2/084/0126 Skuinshuis Jewish complex, 44 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Skuinshuis Jewish complex 44 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC 4296 Provincial Heritage Site
2971 9/2/084/0147 Old Bloemhof Girls' Primary School, 52 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Bloemhof Girls' Primary School 52 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC 3981, 3982 Provincial Heritage Site
2972 9/2/092/0031 Schoone Oordt, 1 Swellengrebel Street, Swellendam Schoone Oordt 1 Swellengrebel Street Swellendam WC 1453 Provincial Heritage Site
2973 9/2/084/0083 Old Main Building, University of Stellenbosch, Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Old Main Building Rhyneveld Street, cnr Victoria Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
2974 9/2/018/0264-069 50 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 50 Rose Street 50 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1040 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2975 9/2/018/0264-087 67 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 67 Wale Street 67 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2785 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2976 9/2/018/0264-020 44 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 44 Rose Street 44 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1038 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2977 9/2/018/0264-091 69 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 69 Wale Street 69 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2785 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2978 9/2/018/0264/005 46 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 46 Rose Street 46 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1038 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2979 9/2/018/0264/001 Bo-Kaap Museum, 71 Wale Street, Cape Town Bo-Kaap Museum 71 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2780 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2980 9/2/018/0264/002 73 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 73 Wale Street 73 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2779 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2981 9/2/018/0264-090 75 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 75 Wale Street 75 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2779 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2982 9/2/018/0264-089 77 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 77 Wale Street 77 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2777 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2983 9/2/081/0019 Vergenoeg, 42 Royal Road, Muizenberg, Cape Town Vergenoeg 42 Royal Road Cape Town WC 87369 This impressive double-storeyed beach house with its gables in the Flemish revival style was designed by Sir Herbert Baker. It was built in 1903 for Alpheus Williams, the General Manager of De Beers Consolidated Mines. Provincial Heritage Site
2984 9/2/018/0264-068 83 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 83 Wale Street 83 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2770, 2765 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2985 9/2/031/0001/009 7 The Mead, Pinelands, Cape Town 7 The Mead 7 The Mead Cape Town WC 131 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
2986 9/2/018/0264-070 56 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 56 Rose Street 56 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1360 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2987 9/2/018/0264-024 108 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 108 Wale Street 108 Wale Street Cape Town WC 1955 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2988 9/2/018/0151 5-7 Wandel Street, Gardens, Cape Town 5-7 Wandel Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 95638 Provincial Heritage Site
2989 9/2/018/0070/009 Roxy, 14 Wandel Street, Gardens, Cape Town Roxy Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC These five properties form an integral part of a row of nine double-storeyed Cape-Georgian terraced houses that were erected in 1886 by William James Hatfield. The corner shop units were added in 1901. Provincial Heritage Site
2990 9/2/018/0264-086 74 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 74 Rose Street 74 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1950 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2991 9/2/018/0264-076 74A Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 74A Rose Street 74A Rose Street Cape Town WC 1951 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2992 9/2/018/0264-067 Erf 1952, 76 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1952, 76 Rose Street 76 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1952 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2993 9/2/018/0264-078 Erf 1953, 76 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Erf 1953, 76 Rose Street 76 Rose Street Cape Town WC 1953 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2994 9/2/018/0264-079 78 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 78 Rose Street 78 Rose Street, cnr Wale Street Cape Town WC 1953 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2995 9/2/018/0264-075 79 Wale Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 79 Wale Street 79 Wale Street Cape Town WC 2776 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
2996 9/2/084/0012 Officers' Mess, 9 Market Street, Stellenbosch Officers' Mess 9 Market Street Stellenbosch WC 6144 This interesting architectural complex of houses, which dates mainly from the 19th century, forms an integral part of the entire western side of Market Street, as well as of the historic core of Stellenbosch itself. Provincial Heritage Site
2997 9/2/015/0005 24 Mill Street, Caledon 24 Mill Street, Caledon 24 Mill Street Caledon WC 636 Provincial Heritage Site
2998 9/2/069/0105 De Oude Woning, 214 Main Street, Paarl De Oude Woning 214 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century. are representative of the Georgian and the Victorian building styles. Provincial Heritage Site
2999 9/2/069/0106 388 and 390 Main Street, Paarl 388 and 390 Main Street 388 & 390 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century. are representative of the Georgian and the Victorian building styles. Provincial Heritage Site
3000 9/2/069/0125 414 Main Street, Paarl 414 Main Street 414 Main Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3001 9/2/069/0032 419 Main Street, Paarl 419 Main Street 419 Main Street Paarl WC 982 Provincial Heritage Site
3002 9/2/069/0008 D'Olijfboom, 469 Main Street, Paarl D'Olijfboom 469 Main Street Paarl WC 775 These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian. Victorian and Edwardian styles o Provincial Heritage Site
3003 9/2/069/0123 486 Main Street, Paarl 486 Main Street 486 Main Street Paarl WC 4784 Provincial Heritage Site
3004 9/2/030/0031 St Pauls Church School, Market Lane, George St Pauls Church School Market Lane George WC 1496 This building was erected in 1855 and for many years served as the school and church for the Coloured community of St Mark's. Provincial Heritage Site
3005 9/2/069/0095 Divisional Council Building, 194 Main Street, Paarl Divisional Council Building 194 Main Street Paarl WC This impressive public building with its neoclassical elements forms an integral part of the architectural character of Main Street, Paarl, where the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian building styles blend harmoniously. Provincial Heritage Site
3006 9/2/084/0055 Rhenish Parsonage complex, Market Street, Stellenbosch Rhenish Parsonage complex Market Street, cnr Herte Street Stellenbosch WC All the buildings of the Rhenish Parsonage Complex, built on land granted to Marthinus Byleveld in 1785, date from the beginning of the 19th century. The main building is the former parsonage of the Rhenish Church and dates from 1815. One of the back wing Provincial Heritage Site
3007 9/2/069/0026 Vergenoegd, 188 Main Street, Paarl Vergenoegd 188 Main Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3008 9/2/111/0002/034 &59 Dunkling, 43a Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town Dunkling 3a Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 66703 Provincial Heritage Site
3009 9/2/111/0002/016 29 Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town 6 Wolfe Street 29 Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 66721 Provincial Heritage Site
3010 9/2/096/0005 Old Congregational Church complex, Voortrekker Street, Uniondale Old Congregational Church complex Voortrekker Street, Main Street, Church Street Uniondale WC 273, 274 Provincial Heritage Site
3011 9/2/084/0129 Die Eiken, 25 Market Street, Stellenbosch Die Eiken 25 Market Street Stellenbosch WC 4265 Provincial Heritage Site
3012 9/2/012/0001 Vault, Meyboom Avenue, Plattekloof Extension No. 3, Parow Vault Meyboom Avenue Cape Town WC 20937 Provincial Heritage Site
3013 9/2/111/0002/031 Church Hill, 10 Young Lane, Wynberg, Cape Town Church Hill 10 Young Lane Cape Town WC 90902 Provincial Heritage Site
3014 9/2/069/0089 4 and 5 Zeederberg Square, Paarl 4 and 5 Zederberg Square 4 & 5 Zeederberg Square Paarl WC This double storeyed semi-detached complex, with its Georgian and Victorian features, dates from the years 1890-1900. The property forms and integral part of the historic core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3015 9/2/069/0057 3 Zeederberg Street, Paarl 3 Zederberg Street 3 Zeederberg Street Paarl WC 12663; 3695 This dwelling with its cast-iron decorated verandah and portico, the original section of which dates from the 1830's, was Victorianised in 1890. The property together with the two adjacent buildings that have already been declared forms a unique architect Provincial Heritage Site
3016 9/2/076/0018 Bona Vista, 7 Parsonage Street cnr de Beer Street, Prince Albert Bona Vista 7 Parsonage Street, cnr de Beer Street Prince Albert WC 570 Provincial Heritage Site
3017 9/2/076/0019-002 Dutch Reformed Church Hall, Market Street cnr Parsonage Street, Prince Albert Dutch Reformed Church Hall Market Street, cnr Parsonage Street Prince Albert WC 447 & 450 Provincial Heritage Site
3018 9/2/069/0101 146 and 148 Main Street, Paarl 146 and 148 Main Street 146 & 148 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian. Victorian and Edwardian styles o Provincial Heritage Site
3019 9/2/069/0134 Town Hall, 256 Main Street, Paarl Town Hall 256 Main Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3020 9/2/080/0038 Municipal offices, Erf 81, Voortrekker Street, McGregor Municipal offices and Public Library Voortrekker Street, cnr Church Street McGregor WC 0000081 Provincial Heritage Site
3021 9/2/069/0004 108 Main Street, Paarl 108 Main Street 108 Main Street Paarl WC 3573 This elongated house with its Victorian verandah dates from the 1850s and was presumably an earlier Cape Dutch house that was later Victorianised. The property forms an integral part of the historic core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3022 9/2/069/0079 Rozenfontein, 113 Main Street, Paarl Rozenfontein 113 Main Street Paarl WC 12952 This Georgian house, which dates from the fifties of the 18th century, forms an essential part of the character of Main Street, as well as of Paarl itself. Provincial Heritage Site
3023 9/2/069/0075 Het Gesticht Mission Church, 122 Main Street, Paarl Het Gesticht Mission Church 122 Main Street Paarl WC 3578 This building was erected in 1813 to serve as an "oefeningshuis" for religious instruction, catechism classes and prayer meetings for non-White. It is the fourth oldest church building in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
3024 9/2/069/0091 127 Main Street, Paarl 127 Main Street 127 Main Street Paarl WC This Victorian dwelling-house, of which the front gable bears the date 1837, forms an integral part of the historic and architectural character of Main Street, Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3025 9/2/069/0116 128 and 130 Main Street, Paarl 128 and 130 Main Street 128 & 130 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century. are representative of the Georgian and the Victorian building styles. Provincial Heritage Site
3026 9/2/069/0020 132A Main Street, Paarl 132A Main Street 132A Main Street Paarl WC 3587 Provincial Heritage Site
3027 9/2/069/0117 195-199 Main Street, Paarl 195-199 Main Street 195-199 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century. are representative of the Georgian and the Victorian building styles. Provincial Heritage Site
3028 9/2/069/0027 140 Main Street, Paarl 140 Main Street 140 Main Street Paarl WC 14409 These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
3029 9/2/069/0107 Hillside, 44 Mill Street, Paarl Hillside 44 Mill Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian. Victorian and Edwardian styles o Provincial Heritage Site
3030 9/2/069/0102 Outspan, 150 and 152 Main Street, Paarl Outspan 150 & 152 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian. Victorian and Edwardian styles o Provincial Heritage Site
3031 9/2/069/0082 Klein Vredenburg, 155 Main Street, Paarl Klein Vredenburg 155 Main Street Paarl WC The dwelling-house is a typical Georgian double-storeyed town house which, in its present form, dates from about the middle of the nineteenth century. The group of buildings forms an integral part of the historic core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3032 9/2/069/0002-280 159 and 161 Main Street, Paarl 159 and 161 Main Street 159 & 161 Main Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3033 9/2/069/0131 165 Main Street, Paarl 165 Main Street 165 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
3034 9/2/069/0012 167 Main Street, Paarl 167 Main Street 167 Main Street Paarl WC 2230 These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
3035 9/2/069/0013 169 Main Street, Paarl 169 Main Street 169 Main Street Paarl WC 2230 Provincial Heritage Site
3036 9/2/069/0103 172 and 174 Main Street, Paarl 172 and 174 Main Street 172 & 174 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
3037 9/2/069/0104 Vergenoegd, 186 Main Street, Paarl Vergenoegd 186 Main Street Paarl WC These properties form an integral part of the historical and architectural nucleus of Paarl. The houses on these erven, the majority of which date from the nineteenth century, are representative of the Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildin Provincial Heritage Site
3038 9/2/111/0002-027 The Muse, 43 Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town The Muse 3 Wolfe Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3039 9/2/069/0112 133 and 135 Main Street, Paarl 133 and 135 Main Street 133 & 135 Main Street Paarl WC These three properties with their Victorian buildings are not only typical of the architectural tradition which gives Main Street its character, but are in themselves also an integral component of the historical core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3040 9/2/022/0016 Die Erf, 5 Park Street, Clanwilliam Die Erf 5 Park Street Clanwilliam WC 94 Provincial Heritage Site
3041 9/2/069/0133 Zeedeberg House, 1 Zeederberg Square, Paarl Zeedeberg House Zeederberg Square Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3042 9/2/084/0139 4 Neethling Street, Stellenbosch 4 Neethling Street 4 Neethling Street Stellenbosch WC This dwelling with its curved verandah and cast-iron decorations is one of two identical late-Victorian semi-detached houses that form an integral part of the architectural street scene of Neethling Street, as well as of the historical core of Stellenbosc Provincial Heritage Site
3043 9/2/084/0138 Caledon Villa, 7 Neethling Street, Stellenbosch Caledon Villa 7 Neethling Street Stellenbosch WC 1364 Provincial Heritage Site
3044 9/2/111/0113 Long Cottage, Newlands Avenue, Newlands, Cape Town Long Cottage Newlands Avenue Cape Town WC 97913 Provincial Heritage Site
3045 9/2/111/0062 Mount Pleasant, 10 Newlands Avenue, Newlands, Cape Town Mount Pleasant 10 Newlands Avenue Cape Town WC 4618 Provincial Heritage Site
3046 9/2/084/0010 Jannie Marais House, Coetsenburg, Noordwal East, Stellenbosch Jannie Marais House Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
3047 9/2/111/0056 Stellenberg, Oak Avenue, Kenilworth, Cape Town Stellenberg Oak Avenue Cape Town WC 63706 Stellenberg is one of the finest and most historical of the Cape Dutch gabled houses. It dates from the second half of the eighteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
3048 9/2/081/0074 Oatlands, Oatland's Road, Simonstown Oatlands Oatland's Road, cnr Hugo Road Cape Town WC This house, formerly known as the Government Garden House and later as the Commandant's House, probably dates from the end of the eighteenth century. Its inhabitants included Colonel John Graham and Captain (later Colonel) Henry Somerset. The name "Oatlan Provincial Heritage Site
3049 9/2/080/0009 Die Trein, Erf 51, Voortrekker Street, McGregor Die Trein Voortrekker Street, cnr Bree Street McGregor WC 0000051 This interesting architectural group of buildings consists of four attached houses in the vernacular style. The oldest part is about 100 years old. The other parts were added from time to time according to the needs of the owners. Provincial Heritage Site
3050 9/2/022/0015 2 Park Street, Clanwilliam 2 Park Street 2 Park Street Clanwilliam WC 920 Provincial Heritage Site
3051 9/2/111/0002-031 7 Moore Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 7 Moore Road 7 Moore Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3052 9/2/018/0234 Houses of Parliament, Parliament Street, Cape Town Houses of Parliament Parliament Street Cape Town WC 95165 Provincial Heritage Site
3053 9/2/069/0009 Gideon Malherbe House, 11 Parsonage Avenue, Paarl Gideon Malherbe House 11 Parsonage Avenue Paarl WC 1747 Provincial Heritage Site
3054 9/2/111/0002/007 Beauchamps Place, 5 and 7 Riebeeck Street cnr 27 Wolfe Street, Wynberg, Cape Town 5 & 7 Riebeeck Street 5 & 7 Riebeeck Street, cnr Wolfe Street Cape Town WC 66722 Provincial Heritage Site
3055 9/2/018/0244 Old Gaol, Roeland Street, Cape Town Old Gaol Roeland Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3056 9/2/018/0003-002 Old St George's Orphange, Roeland Street, Cape Town Old St George's Orphange Roeland Street, cnr Harrington Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3057 9/2/111/0002/062 The Bell House, Roos Lane, Wynberg, Cape Town The Bell House Roos Lane Cape Town WC 66664 Provincial Heritage Site
3058 9/2/081/0060 Bay View House, 134 St Georges Street, Simonstown Bay View House St Georges Street Cape Town WC 1011 Provincial Heritage Site
3059 9/2/081/0056 Dutch Reformed Church, St Georges Street, Simonstown Dutch Reformed Church St Georges Street, cnr Church Street Cape Town WC The church is closely linked to the history of Simonstown. The music for the national anthem was composed in the adjoining parsonage, in 1921 by the then minister of the congregation, the Reverend M. L. de Villiers. Provincial Heritage Site
3060 9/2/081/0039 Admiralty House, St Georges Street, Simonstown Admiralty House St George's Street Cape Town WC 2400 Provincial Heritage Site
3061 9/2/111/0106/001 Boshof gateway, Paradise Road, Newlands, Cape Town Boshof gateway Paradise Road, cnr Boshof Avenue Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3062 9/2/069/0138 4 Zeederberg Street, Paarl 4 Zeederberg Street 4 Zeederberg Street Paarl WC Provincial Heritage Site
3063 9/2/069/0150 Nantes Vue, 56 Mill Street, Paarl Nantes Vue 56 Mill Street Paarl WC 4384 & 4356 Provincial Heritage Site
3064 9/2/069/0084 60-62 Mill Street, Paarl 60-62 Mill Street 60-62 Mill Street Paarl WC This double-storeyed building is predominantly in the Georgian style, although it also possesses Victorian characteristics. It dates from about 1803 and forms an integral part of the historic facade of Mill Street. Provincial Heritage Site
3065 9/2/069/0151 64 and 66 Mill Street, Paarl 64 and 66 Mill Street 64 & 66 Mill Street Paarl WC 4360 Provincial Heritage Site
3066 9/2/069/0083 94 Mill Street, Paarl 94 Mill Street 94 Mill Street Paarl WC The original portion of this house was initially in the Cape Dutch style and dates from the beginning of the nineteenth century. The building was later Victorianised by subsequent owners. Provincial Heritage Site
3067 9/2/080/0002-293 Erf 377, Voortrekker Street, McGregor Lady Grey Voortrekker Street McGregor WC 0000377 The oldest of these two buildings is a T-shaped cottage in the vernacular style, dating from about 1860. The second cottage, from a later phase, is constructed in the typical Georgian Karoo style. The property in its entirety forms an important architectu Provincial Heritage Site
3068 9/2/069/0093 2 Zeederberg Square, Paarl 2 Zeederberg Square 2 Zeederberg Square Paarl WC This dwelling-house, originally erected in the Cape Dutch style, was victorianised in the 1890s. The property forms an integral part of the historical core of Paarl. Provincial Heritage Site
3069 9/2/018/0228 Ruimzicht, 10 Milner Road, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town Ruimzicht Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 999 Provincial Heritage Site
3070 9/2/096/0008 Old Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Uniondale Old Dutch Reformed Church Voortrekker Street Uniondale WC 152 This church was erected in 1862, the style being predominantly neo-Gothic. It is closely connected with the history of the town. Provincial Heritage Site
3071 9/2/111/0002-032 9 Moore Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 9 Moore Road 9 Moore Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3072 9/2/018/0241 Molenvliet House, Molenvliet Street, Mowbray, Cape Town Molenvliet House Molenvliet Street Cape Town WC 28147 This property originally formed part of the farm Coornhoop, which was granted to Thieman Hendricks in 1661. The predominantly Cape Dutch house was formerly a barn for the Westoe building complex and dates from the early nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
3073 9/2/092/0012 Die Tuishuise, 2-4 Shand Street, Swellendam Die Tuishiuse 2-4 Shand Street Swellendam WC 1429 Die Tuishuise were built about the middle of the nineteenth century by distinguished residents of Swellendam and are of considerable architectural importance. Provincial Heritage Site
3074 9/2/069/0010 Old Zion Church, Zion Street, Paarl Old Zion Church Zion Street Paarl WC 10975 Provincial Heritage Site
3075 9/2/018/0014 Molteno Power Station, Molteno Road, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Molteno Power Station Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3076 9/2/081/0025 The Homestead, 10 Montrose Avenue, Clovelly, Fish Hoek The Homestead 10 Montrose Avenue Cape Town WC 89089 The original portion of The Homestead, which is the oldest house in Clovelly, dates from the early nineteenth century. The additions at the rear of the house were effected during the 1870s and the verandah was added during the twentieth century. Provincial Heritage Site
3077 9/2/092/0050 3 Moolman Street, Swellendam 3 Moolman Street 3 Moolman Street Swellendam WC 783 This cottage in the vernacular style was reputedly one of a row of nineteenth century "tuishuisies" near the Dutch Reformed Church. Provincial Heritage Site
3078 9/2/092/0027 9 Moolman Street, Swellendam 9 Moolman Street 9 Moolman Street Swellendam WC 2509 This mid-nineteenth century structure consists of two self-contained units joined by a row of three rooms in the centre. It was reputedly part of a row of "tuishuisies" near the Dutch Reformed Church. Provincial Heritage Site
3079 9/2/092/0032 10 Moolman Street, Swellendam 10 Moolman Street 10 Moolman Street Swellendam WC 2151 This cottage, which is predominantly in the Cape vernacular style, dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. Provincial Heritage Site
3080 9/2/111/0002-029 3 Moore Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 3 Moore Road 3 Moore Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3081 9/2/111/0044 4 Moore Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 4 Moore Road 4 Moore Road Cape Town WC 66802 Provincial Heritage Site
3082 9/2/111/0002-030 5 Moore Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 5 Moore Road 5 Moore Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3083 9/2/084/0053 5 Minserie Street, Stellenbosch 5 Minserie Street 5 Minserie Street Stellenbosch WC Provincial Heritage Site
3084 9/2/018/0004 Robben Island, Table Bay Robben Island Table Bay Robben Island WC Farm 1436 "Throughout documented history, Robben Island has been associated with banishment, suffering and the sbjugation of the human spirit. From the earliest days of colonial rule, it was used as a place of banishment and exile for those opposing colonial author National Heritage Site
3085 9/2/069/0141 Schoongezicht, 52 Main Street, Paarl Schoongezicht Paarl WC 3424, 3429, 3430, 3433, 3434, 3435 Provincial Heritage Site
3086 9/2/094/0007 Old Gaol, Kluitjieskraal Forest Station, Tulbagh District Old Gaol Kluitjieskraal Forest Station WC 224 Register
3087 9/2/018/0142 Rheezicht, Gorge Road, Cape Town Rheezicht Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 3101 Provincial Heritage Site
3088 9/2/018/0097 Ammunition Magazine, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town Ammunition Magazine Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 81 Provincial Heritage Site
3089 9/2/030/0023 Cradock Pass, George District Cradock Pass WC Provincial Heritage Site
3090 9/2/111/0073 Cape Education Museum, 9 Aliwal Road, Wynberg, Cape Town Cape Education Museum 9 Aliwal Road Cape Town WC 66445 Provincial Heritage Site
3091 9/2/063/0010 42A and 44 Bath Street, Montagu 42A and 44 Bath Street 42A & 44 Bath Street Montagu WC 1783 Provincial Heritage Site
3092 9/2/063/0008 40 Long Street, Montagu 40 Long Street 40 Long Street, cnr Church Street Montagu WC 0123 Provincial Heritage Site
3093 9/2/018/0117 2 Dorman Street, Gardens, Cape Town 2 Dorman Street Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 94795 Provisional Protection
3094 9/2/102/0005 Melkboomsdrift 184, Vredendal District Melkboomsdrift 184 Melkboom, Vredendal District WC 184 The buildings at Melkboomsdrift represent the only remaining pioneer farmstead in the area. Register
3095 9/2/064/0003 Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex, Mossel Bay Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex Mossel Bay WC Provincial Heritage Site
3096 9/2/068/0015 Gottland House, 72 Baron van Rheede Street, Oudtshoorn Gottland House 72 Baron van Rheede Street Oudtshoorn WC 2156 Gottland House was built by Charles Bullock in 1902 in the opulent style prevailing during the ostrich feather boom. It is in the Victorian style with Art Nouveau elements. Provincial Heritage Site
3097 9/2/060/0016 Malmesbury Museum, Prospect Street, Malmesbury Malmesbury Museum 1 Prospect Street Malmesbury WC 169 With a flourishing Jewish community in Malmesbury, the old Synagoge, designed by architect B. Goldman, was built in 1911. After the Jewish community started to diminish, the building was transferred to the Municipality of Malmesbury in 1974. Provincial Heritage Site
3098 9/2/018/0175 Old National Mutual Building, 17 Church Square, Cape Town Old National Mutual Building 17 Church Square Cape Town WC 4723, 4726, 4727, 4728, 4729, 4730 Provincial Heritage Site
3099 9/2/072/0012 Woburn Lodge, 12 Waterkant Street, Piketberg Woburn Lodge 12 Waterkant Street Piketberg WC 58 This is the only surviving thatched pioneer-type house in central Piketberg. It retaines its original appearance to a great extent and is associated with the early history of the town as it once belonged to the first Magistrate of Piketberg. Provincial Heritage Site
3100 9/2/015/0027 The Post House, Main Road, Greyton The Post House Main Road Greyton WC 171 The Post House is one of thr earliest buildings in Greyton, being constructed in 1860. The local Post Office was housed in a part of the building. It now serves as a country hotel. It is a fine example of modest village architecture. Provincial Heritage Site
3101 9/2/106/0012 Ouma Granny's House, 37 Fountain Street, Wellington Ouma Granny's House 37 Fountain Street Wellington WC 947 The property was first granted to P B Marchant in 1876. It is now a museum. The building is an intact example of Victorian architecture of the area and houses the valuable C P Hoogenhout collection. Provincial Heritage Site
3102 9/2/081/0046 SA Naval Museum, West Dockyard, Simonstown SA Naval Museum West Dockyard Cape Town WC 878 Provincial Heritage Site
3103 9/2/013/0017 Springfield 287, Bredasdorp District Springfield 287 WC 287 Springfield is one of the earliest farms in the Bredasdorp area and demonstrates a fascinating series of ownership by some of the influential personalities of the day. The complex of buildings forms a cohesive and unique group that has remained unspoilt Provincial Heritage Site
3104 9/2/084/0015 Proteahof, 80-120 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch Proteahof 80-120 Ryneveld Street Stellenbosch WC This building complex, which was erected shortly after 1860, originally formed part of a housing scheme for former slaves. The cottages were restored recently. Provincial Heritage Site
3105 9/2/018/0093 Bellevue, St John's Hostel, Upper Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town Bellevue Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 3031 Provincial Heritage Site
3106 9/2/060/0023 Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Malmesbury Dutch Reformed Church 7 Church Street Malmesbury WC 518 Provincial Heritage Site
3107 9/2/110/0043 78a Stockenstrom Street, Worcester 78a Stockenstrom Street 78a Stockenstrom Street Worcester WC 1595 This excellent example of a gabled Worcester building, dating from c.1870, forms part of an unusual complex of adjoining buildings. The attached waenhuis still retains its original clipped doors, traditional to Worcester. Register
3109 9/2/102/0003 Bergh Fountain, Klipfontein, Vredendal District Bergh Fountain Klipfontein, Vredendal District WC 442 On a rock in this area the names of O. Slotsbo, I. T. Rhenius and O. Bergh are engraved. On the 30th October, 1682, a party under the leadership of Oloff Bergh left the Castle to investigate the area from which the Namakwas brought samples of copper-ore Provincial Heritage Site
3110 9/2/015/0031 Homestead, Bo-Radyn, Caledon District Bo-Radyn Bo-Radyn, Caledon District WC The historic Cape Dutch farmhouse, Bo-Radyn, was built in 1777. The fine pilaster front gable, with its triangulat pediment, was however erected about 1836, probably by the owner, Daniel du Toit Snr. Provincial Heritage Site
3111 9/2/096/0006 Evangelical Lutheran Church, Haarlem Evangelical Lutheran Church Haarlem, Uniondale District Haarlem WC 8 The historic Lutheran Church, built in the shape of a Greek crucifix, was erected at Haarlem between 1877 and 1880 and is one of the few churches in South Africa built in this traditional style. Provincial Heritage Site
3112 9/2/096/0022 Anglo-Boer War blockhouse, Uniondale Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse Uniondale WC 354 This historic fort was erected during the Anglo-Boer War by the British military authorities and the so-called Town Guards for the defence of Uniondale. Four similar structures were built at the time at Uniondale. These fortifications differed considerab Provincial Heritage Site
3113 9/2/030/0034 Old George-Knysna Road, George District Old George-Knysna Road Woodifield and Kaaimansgat farms, George district WC 149, 150, 151 Provincial Heritage Site
3114 9/2/021/0011 Nooitgedacht, Ceres District Nooitgedacht WC 293 This farmhouse is an important and typical example of the traditional building style of the Koue Bokkeveld. Provincial Heritage Site
3115 9/2/096/0009 Old Watermills, Haarlem Old Water Mills Haarlem, Uniondale District Haarlem WC Provisional Protection
3116 9/2/060/0010 Groote Post, Malmesbury District Groote Post WC 716 In 1752 Groote Post was already one of the large stand most important farms in the vicinity of Malmesbury. The impressive homestead and outbuildings date from the early nineteenth century. From 1814 to 1827 it was the country house of Lord Charles Somerse Provincial Heritage Site
3117 9/2/081/0081 The Old Homestead, Kommetjie Road, Sunnydale, Simonstown District The Old Homestead Kommetjie Road Cape Town WC 1407 Provincial Heritage Site
3118 9/2/022/0014 Orange tree, Hexrivier, Clanwilliam District Orange tree WC 353 Provincial Heritage Site
3119 9/2/072/0014/001 Watermill, Deze Hoek, Piketberg District Watermill Deze Hoek, Versveldpass, Piketberg District WC 150 This watermill was erected in 1863-1864 by Jacob Johannes Eksteen, the then owner of Deze Hoek. The impressive overshot millwheel was manufactured during the same period by Jan Dommisse. Provincial Heritage Site
3120 9/2/060/0018 Old well, Lewis Stores, 11 Piet Retief Street, Malmesbury Old well 11 Piet Retief Street Malmesbury WC 467 This well is one of three similar structures which was erected in 1751 for the use of communicants on the church square adjoining the original church at Malmesbury. Provincial Heritage Site
3121 9/2/021/0012 Excelsior, Ceres District Excelsior Morgenster, Ceres District WC 416 Provincial Heritage Site
3122 9/2/072/0016 Koopmanskraal, Piketberg District Koopmanskraal WC 14 Provincial Heritage Site
3123 9/2/060/0024 14 Faure Street, Malmesbury 14 Faure Street 14 Faure Street Malmesbury WC 931 Provincial Heritage Site
3124 9/2/058/0002 Railway Station building, Matjiesfontein, Laingsburg District Railway Station building Matjiesfontein WC 148 Provincial Heritage Site
3125 9/2/042/0001/001 Farmstead, Geelbek 360, Hopefield District Farmstead WC 360 Provincial Heritage Site
3126 9/2/112/0010 Eastern Terminal Beacon of Sir Thomas Maclear's Zwartland survey base line, Geelekuil 432 (Eendrag), Moorreesburg District Eastern Terminal Beacon of Sir Thomas Maclear's Zwartland survey base line Eendrag, Moorreesburg District WC 432 Provincial Heritage Site
3127 9/2/042/0012-001 Homestead, Langrietvlei 72, Hopefield District Homestead WC 72 Provincial Heritage Site
3128 9/2/097/0011 Anglo-Boer War Fort, Aties 308, Vanrhynsdorp District Anglo-Boer War Fort WC 308 Provincial Heritage Site
3129 9/2/015/0006 Dagbreek Museum/Restaurant, 13 Graaff Street, Villiersdorp Dagbreek Museum/Restaurant 13 Graaff Street, cnr Union Avenue Villiersdorp WC 12 & 14 Provincial Heritage Site
3130 9/2/080/0049 Erf 106, Tindall Street, McGregor Erf 106, Tindall Street Tindall Street, cnr Buitenkant Street McGregor WC 0000106 Register
3131 9/2/030/0038 Fairview, 36 Stander Street, George Fairview 36 Stander Street George WC 3329 Register
3132 9/2/015/0054 5 Max Harris Street, Grabouw 5 Max Harris Street 5 Max Harris Street Grabouw WC 186 Register
3133 9/2/106/0025 Welgegund 300, Wellington District Welgegund 300 WC 300 This is a mid to late 19th century building complex, which comprises a main building and three outbuildings. The buildings are well maintained and retain much of their original joinery, architectural features and character. The Welgegund Farm is situate Register
3134 9/2/106/0024 53-59 Bain Street, Wellington 53-59 Bain Street 53-59 Bain Street Wellington WC 7153 These six early Cape buildings from c.1830 have a history, scale and texture which is characteristic of Wellington, and they form an aesthetically pleasing group which contributes to its sensitive old town area. Register
3135 9/2/083/0041 Bredell House, Helderberg Village, Bredell Road, Somerset West District Bredell House Cape Town WC 1088 This Victorian farmhouse contributes to the area because it has retained its architectural character and most of its original joinery. Its setting at the entrance to a modern development contributes to the importance of having the character of this orign Register
3136 9/2/018/0076 St Peter's Cemetery, Main Road, Mowbray, Cape Town St Peter's Cemetery Main Road Cape Town WC 160429 Register
3137 9/2/018/0100 Rust en Vreugd, Buitenkant Street, Cape Town Rust en Vreugd Buitenkant Street Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3138 9/2/111/0150 Rochford, 5 Montrose Avenue, Claremont, Cape Town Rochford 5 Montrose Avenue Cape Town WC 51189 This early to mid 19th century cottage together with the neighouring Palmyra homestead constitute a fine example of the original settlement in Claremont and are the key to the ambiance of this road. The building is well maintained and retains much of its Register
3139 9/2/018/0275 Terrace Houses, Osborne and Francis Streets, District Six, Cape Town Terrace Houses Cape Town WC 8117; 8118; 8119; 8127; 8128; 8129; 8130 Provincial Heritage Site
3140 9/2/018/0128-001 108 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town 108 Shortmarket Street 108 Shortmarket Street Cape Town WC 2081 Provincial Heritage Site
3141 9/2/018/0264-094 Erf 2788 Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Érf 2788 Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Cape Town WC 2788 HISTORICAL INTEREST "The portions of the Malay Quarter specified in the Schedule are interesting and historical parts of Cape Town, with a special character derived from the customs and ways of life peculiar to the Malays that live there and is also of Provincial Heritage Site
3142 9/2/065/0004 Old Powder Magazine, Murraysburg Old Powder Magazine Murraysburg Murraysburg WC 249 This powder magazine was erected in 1878 on land which was granted to the Municipality by the local church council in 1859. The powder magazine is a simple, rectangular structure with two gables on both sides and a solid copper door in front. Provincial Heritage Site
3143 9/2/064/0010 St Peters Church, Marsh Street, Mossel Bay St Peters Church, Marsh Street Marsh Street Mossel Bay WC 3182, 3182,3184 Associated with religious activity Important example of a style and building type Possesses fine workmanship or aesthetic qualities A landmark building Provincial Heritage Site
3144 9/2/064/0028 Carpenter's shop, 87 Montagu Street, Mossel Bay Carpenters shop, 87 Montagu Street 87 Montagu Street Mossel Bay WC 2862 Important example of building type and design Contributes to character of the street and area Provincial Heritage Site
3145 9/2/064/0029 The Point, Mossel Bay Point Bungalows Point Bungalows Mossel Bay WC Important example of a building type and style Form a coherent group of buildings (scale, form, layout and construction) Associated with social activity Illustrates an historical period Provisional Protection
3146 9/2/111/0001/001 Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Church Street, Wynberg Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery Church Street, Wynberg Wynberg WC 92137/R66553 War grave
3147 9/2/031/0001/013 2 Meadway, Pinelands, Cape Town 2 Meadway 2 Meadway Cape Town WC 110 This is part of the oldest so-called garden city in South Africa. Provincial Heritage Site
3148 9/2/111/0115 34 Wellington Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 34 Wellington Road 34 Wellington Road Cape Town WC Provincial Heritage Site
3149 9/2/069/0161 5 Malan Street, Paarl 5 Malan Street 5 Malan Street Paarl WC 4611 This is a mid to late 19th century residential building, which is in fairly good condition. It retains some of its joinery and much of its architectural character. The building is situated within the historic precinct of Paarl and is of contextual impor Register
3150 9/2/076/0029 26 Church Street cnr Parsonage Street, Prince Albert Pep Stores 26 Church Street, cnr Parsonage Street Prince Albert WC 560 Provincial Heritage Site
3151 9/2/084/0162 Trout Hatchery, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch District Trout Hatchery WC 361 Provincial Heritage Site
3152 9/2/072/0002 Northern terminal of Maclear's Arc of Meridian, Klipfontein, Piketberg District Northern terminal of Maclear's Arc of Meridian Klipfontein, Piketberg District WC 103 Provincial Heritage Site
3153 9/2/096/0018 28 Victoria Street, Uniondale 28 Victoria Street, Uniondale 28 Victoria Street Uniondale WC 448 Provincial Heritage Site
3154 9/2/018/0010 Clifton, Glen Beach, The Ridge and Bakoven, Cape Town Clifton Cape Town WC Heritage Area
3155 9/2/015/0038 Town Hall, Plein Street, Caledon Town Hall Plein Street Caledon WC 614 Provincial Heritage Site
3156 9/2/056/0009 Amalienstein Mission Complex, Ladismith District Amalienstein Mission complex Amalienstein WC 64 Provincial Heritage Site
3157 9/2/021/0013 Jan Mostert's Road and Toll House, Mitchell's Pass, Ceres District Jan Mostert's Road and Toll House WC Register
3158 9/2/094/0005 Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Van der Stel Street, Tulbagh Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church Van der Stel Street Tulbagh WC 230 Provincial Heritage Site
3159 9/2/064/0015-001 Riversyde House, 2 Long Street, Great Brak River Riversyde House 2 Long Street Great Brak River WC 131 Register
3160 9/2/018/0108 Ons Huisie, Bloubergstrand, Cape Town Ons Huisie Cape Town WC 230 Provincial Heritage Site
3161 9/2/089/0003 Police Station, Beach Road, Gordon's Bay Police Station Beach Road Cape Town WC 340 Register
3162 9/2/076/0030 St John the Baptist Anglican Church, Bank Street, Prince Albert St John the Baptist Anglican Church Bank Street Prince Albert WC 644 Provincial Heritage Site
3163 9/2/018/0009 C H Pearne Building, 25 Adderley Street, Cape Town C H Pearne Building 25 Adderley Street Cape Town WC 4664 Provisional Protection
3164 9/2/056/0018 Albert Manor, 44 Albert Street, Ladismith Albert Manor 44 Albert Street Ladismith WC 199 Provincial Heritage Site
3165 9/2/060/0029 Klawervallei, Malmesbury District Klawervallei WC 727 Provincial Heritage Site
3166 9/2/084/0060/001 Van der Bijl Cottage, 37A Market Street, Stellenbosch Van der Bijl Cottage 37A Market Street Stellenbosch WC 11287 The original two-roomed Van der Bijl cottage was built in c.1820, probably as a gardner's cottage. Although extended during its restoration in 1979/80 the building retains much of its original character and scale. As part of the historical Van der Bijl Register
3167 9/2/076/0031 Dennehof, Christina de Wit Street, Prince Albert Dennehof Christina de Wit Street Prince Albert WC 1511 (512?) Provincial Heritage Site
3168 9/2/083/0039 San Gabriel Farm, Farm 583, Somerset West District San Gabriel Farm Cape Town WC 583 The front gable is one of the two earliest dated gables at the Cape, dated 1756. Interesting historical features include exeptional camphor and yellowwood doors, and old ceiling boards and beams. The farm is situated within a historically important rura Register
3169 9/2/102/0010 Fryer Cemetery, Farm 270, Strandfontein, Vredendal District Fryer Cemetery WC 270 This cemetery is a typical example of vernacular Strandfontein construction, having been built of slate stone by the local inhabitants. The Fryers of Clanwilliams, came to settle and farm in this area and were very involved in establishing a school and a Register
3170 9/2/084/0101 Weltevreden, Stellenbosch District Weltevreden Stellenbosch East WC This H-shaped Cape Dutch dwelling-house has six- elaborately finished gables. The front gable bears the date 1812. The wine-cellar was built in approximately 1804 and, together with the farm house and outbuildings, forms an important architectural comple Provincial Heritage Site
3171 9/2/084/0060 Van der Bijl House, 37 Market Street, Stellenbosch Van der Bijl House 37 Market Street Stellenbosch WC 256 Provincial Heritage Site
3172 9/2/081/0020 Hugo Tomb, Simonstown Hugo Tomb Erf 1816, Simonstown Cape Town WC 1816 Provincial Heritage Site
3173 9/2/079/0012-001 Die Rondawel and Die Wit Huisie, Strand Street, Jongensfontein, Riversdale District Die Rondawel & Die Wit Huisie Strand Street Jongensfontein WC 125 Register
3174 9/2/111/0115 36 Wellington Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 36 Wellington Road 36 Wellington Road Cape Town WC 91736 Provincial Heritage Site
3175 9/2/110/0008 Old Drostdy, Somerset Street, Worcester Old Drostdy Somerset Street Worcester WC Provincial Heritage Site
3176 9/2/092/0059 Die Kloof, Weltevreden Street, Swellendam Die Kloof Weltevreden Street Swellendam WC 2843 Provincial Heritage Site
3177 9/2/018/0054 Wolseley House, 22 Sophia Street, Oranjezicht, Cape Town Wolseley House Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 129 Provincial Heritage Site
3178 9/2/018/0021 Leinster Hall, 7 Weltevreden Street, Gardens, Cape Town Leinster Hall Upper Table Valley Cape Town WC 95030, 95031 Provincial Heritage Site
3179 9/2/018/0264-018 1 Lion Lane, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 1 Lion Lane 1 Lion Lane Cape Town WC 2786 Provincial Heritage Site
3180 9/2/018/0264-085 2 Lion Lane, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town 2 Lion Lane 2 Lion Lane Cape Town WC 2786 Provincial Heritage Site
3181 9/2/111/0006-038 25 Wellington Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 25 Wellington Road 25 Wellington Road Cape Town WC 11054 Provincial Heritage Site
3182 9/2/031/0001/007 1 Meadway, Pinelands, Cape Town 1 Meadway 1 Meadway Cape Town WC 126; 127 Historical and architectural interest The Pinelands Garden City originated with Richard Stuttaford, who actively promoted this new concept. The town planner and architect Albert J. Thompson drew up the plans in 1919. In 1923 the original section known as Provincial Heritage Site
3183 9/2/111/0006-030 23 Wellington Road, Wynberg, Cape Town 23 Wellington Road 23 Wellington Road Cape Town WC 6