Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate is situated on the outskirts of Bloemfontein, the City of Roses, in the heart of the Free State, South Africa. The estate boasts townhouse complexes, including Hillandale Lifestyle Village for people older than 50, luxury houses and a few undeveloped erven. Wildlife, which includes sable, kudu, waterbuck, springbuck, nyala, zebra and giraffe, freely roam the open areas and residential gardens on the estate.

State of the art security ensures the safety of both human and animal residents of the estate. Amenities such as tennis courts, hiking and mountain bike trails, children’s play areas, outdoor gymnasium and well-kept natural vegetation, cater for an active outdoor lifestyle. A convenience centre with supermarket, hair salon, restaurants, pharmacy, pet shop and specialty stores, is situated adjacent to the estate.

Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate is managed by a Board of Directors and various Committees comprising of democratically elected registered owners of property on the estate. These owners share their particular field of expertise to the benefit of the estate and its residents. Committed personnel, suitably qualified in the fields of accounting, management, security, engineering and the law, ensure that all aspects of the estate are managed efficiently.

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Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate provides a secure, healthy lifestyle of blissful relaxation. Retha van Zyl, resident area specialist and member of the Board of Directors, will gladly share information on the lifestyle one could expect on the estate. Anyone who considers settling in Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate, is encouraged to read the Manual for Community Participation, which contains the rules of the estate, before signing a lease agreement or offer to purchase, thus ensuring that the lifestyle will indeed suit the personality and personal preferences of the new resident. The Community Participation Manual is available on request. E-mail retha@rethavanzyl.co.za