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After the passing on of Danie le Roux, his only Daughter, Rozitha and her husband Bertus, took over the custodianship of this beautiful farm and the Museum. The farm has now been opened to the public, per appointment, as a guest farm and classic car collection. During the restoration of the farm, it was important to her to keep as much of the old character of the farm as possible and to preserve, instead of replace.
It is of great importance to the family, that whoever visits this farm will have the same respect for everything they see there and to keep in mind that this must be preserved for future generations.


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Call us: +27 (0) 83 270 8490

Email: info@angorastud.co.za

Angora Stud is situated on the R317 between Stormsvlei (N2) and Bonnievale. We are only 2 hours drive from Cape Town.

N2: Cape Town – Caledon – Riviersonderend – Stormsvlei turn left to Bonnievale. Drive along R317 and Angora Stud is 3 km before Bonnievale.
N1: Cape Town – Worcester – Robertson – Bonnievale . Turn right onto the R317 As you leave Bonnievale. Cross Breede river. Third farm on the left.
GPS: 33.9622 S, 20.1111 E

Community

Angora Stud is dedicated to various Charities:

  • Hospice & Cancer Foundation
  • Sea Rescue
  • Mountains & Valleys Development Centre in Happy Valley
  • Gelukshoop Primary School

History

The Le Roux Family came from the north of France. In April 1688 the two brothers Jean and Gabriel arrived in the Cape of Good Hope and were settled in Paarl on the farm La Concord, where the KWV is today, as well as Parys.

The third born le Roux, son of Gabriel, Abraham, is the ancestor of this line of le Rouxs and was given the farm Klipdrift, later Goedemoed and later on Uitnood, by Simon van der Stel. He was the first le Roux in the Robertson / Bonnievale region.
After the depression Daniel Petrus Le Roux settled on the farm Angora which also consisted of a portion of the farm Kapteinsdrift which is on the Breede River. Oom DP le Roux (as he was known) was married to Bessie Schneider (Paarl) and they had two children, Danie and Martha. The Manor House was built in 1938. Oom DP had a great passion for horses and started Angora
 

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