See the beautiful old world style of St Peter's Anglican Church up close

The luscious and beautifully well maintained lawns with immaculately manicured flower beds of St.Peter's church exude a comfortable and welcome old world style and ambience as one passes under the shingled arch which leads on to a wide slate pathway meandering near the foot of some enormous but very gracious jacaranda trees right up to the church doors. The quaint St Peter's Anglican church is well worth a visit if you are in the Sabie area. Across the road from the Standard Bank which is on the corner of Main Street and 8th Avenue, the church was designed by Sir Herbert Baker and was constructed and completed, in 1913 by a team of Italian stonemasons and has been used for Sunday worship since then. The stone was quarried from local mountains and the original roof was made from Swedish wood shingles. The pretty church is often used for weddings. The gardens are particularly attractive and planted in such a way that they look beautiful whatever the season.

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