Rouxville – Free State

Something about the village of Rouxville that passing through you would not notice.
Rouxville has some wonderful old buildings, character and charm. A little gem waiting to be discovered.
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Come, take a walk through this little village and see the historical buildings of yester year
Meyers Business

This building housed Meyer’s business, which was designed by the famous Orange Free State architect, Richard Wocke. Before this was Meyer’s business, the building was used as a rolling skating rink. The building is now being used as a store.

Nagmaal Huis

This house was built with left over sandstone blocks that were used during the construction of the Dutch Reformed Church.

NG Church

This Dutch Reformed Church with its gothic elements, was designed by the famous architect Richard Wocke. The foundation stone was laid on 11 June 1879, with the inauguration of the church taking place on 11 March 1881.

NG Church Office

The Dutch Reformed Church office was completed in 1929

The Old Bank

The old bank building which dates back to the previous century. It was later demolished. A new bank was built on the site.

The Old Tea Room

The old tearoom building, one of the few double story buildings in Rouxville.

Town House

An example of a farmer’s town house . This house was erected in 1880 and is now a national monument.

The Old Jail

The old jail in Rouxville which was once an impressive sandstone building.

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