Koopmanskloof Creche

216

Overview

Address

Bottelary

Date Built

Suggested Grading

UNGRADED / NCW

Property Number

216

Present NHRA protection

S34

Older than 60 years - at time of survey

yes

Description

Single-storey asymmetrical Victorian villa. Much altered. Several barns, one Victorian and much altered. Fine Palm, Eucalyptus and Oak trees.

Details

Valley

Bottelary Valley (B01-B20)

Area

Upper Bottelary (B08-B14)

Landscape Unit

B09

Townscape

Landscape Unit Grade

Ungraded

Architect / Builder

Current Use

Ch├ęche / Farm Shed

Original Use

Agriculture

General Evaluation

Interior Description

History

Grouping with other sites

Evidence of Demolition

Contextual Design

Invasive Elements

Heritage Vulnerability

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Latitude/Longitude

-33.89113591 / 18.75768092
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Additional Information

Additional Documents

Survey

2016

Circa

Admin Area

Allotment

Zoning

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Date of survey

2016

Linked to erf/erven

Linked Address

Environment

Valley PDF

AREA PDF

Landscape Unit PDF

Townscape PDF

2016 Survey Document - Site PDF

OTHER DOCUMENTS

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NHRA Significance

Age

High

Archaeology

Low

Architectural

Low

Associational

High

Intangible

Low

* SCALE USED: High / Medium / Low / None

Rarity

High

Representivity

High

Scientific

Medium

Symbolic

High

Statement of Significance

This building is Victorian in style and age, and may once have been a school building for the children of farm workers within the Bottelary. It is now used as a creche. It has associations with the community of farm workers within the Bottelary area, and so has social and community significance, as well as some architectural interest.

Landscape Significance

Large remnant trees are seen on site
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