Robyn Cloete

Robyn Cloete

Hi. I’m Robyn Cloete and I’ve been working for Pam Golding Properties since February 2021 under the expert guidance of Isobel Meyer. I specialise in residential properties and smallholdings in the Bathurst area. When I have any free time, I coach horse riding as well as compete as a Show Jumper. I have 3 daughters who are working and studying in the Eastern and Western Cape. I am married to Joe Cloete who is involved in a well-renowned game reserve and is also locally born and bred.

I moved back to the Eastern Cape (having grown up on a farm near Salem) 8 years ago and lived in Grahamstown while my daughters finished their schooling there. Prior to that, I lived in Johannesburg for 21 years doing Legal Books (I have a B.Com Accounting degree) and running a small business importing and selling equestrian clothing as well as competing as a show jumper. I moved to Bathurst at the beginning of this year so I could have my horses with me on my own small farm and started working for Pam Golding Properties Port Alfred.

 

I have always loved property and have renovated and refurbished quite a few properties. I enjoy meeting and listening to clients and have successfully matched clients to their ideal home or piece of land. I find this very rewarding and hope I will be able to do a lot more in the Bathurst area. I am involved in the community and love organizing horse shows at the amazing show grounds. I believe we live in a fantastic part of the country and am fortunate to be close to the ocean and its lovely beaches. I am passionate about Bathurst, the surrounding area and all it has to offer, this makes it easy to sell the idyllic lifestyle I get to live.

I am very friendly (sometimes a little over-enthusiastic) and am happy to help in any way I can. I am honest and still busy learning the ropes. Luckily, I have the backing of a very professional and helpful group of colleagues at the office who works well together. I find it refreshing and enjoy going to the office in Port Alfred.

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