The picturesque village of Greyton is characterised by Cape Vernacular architecture and combines old-world charm with modern conveniences.
Just a two hour drive from Cape Town, nestled at the foot of the Sonderend Mountains in the Overberg region is the oak-lined and picturesque village of Greyton.
Greyton still features its original leiwater (irrigation) system of street furrows, a town kraal and dipping tank (for livestock), a blacksmith’s house and forge, the school’s boarding house and the extensive public commonage. There are also two old churches and some of the earliest surviving cottages were built as early as 1840.
The long narrow plots that characterise the town layout still serve as homes not only to quaint cottages, but vegetable gardens and a sheep, horse or two can often still be found in the middle of town.
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