There isn't realy much in Luckhoff, but they have got a nice church, a NG church. Luckhoff is a small town in the southern Free State, Wikipedia gives them 3699 inhabitants, that was 2011. Geo-position: 29.7493°S, 24.7886°E and 1280 m a.m.s.l. The picture on the left shows a street arbitrary chosen
A fair bit of history is found on this website. Luckhoff started as a congregation of the Dutch Reformed church (Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk) when it ceded from Fauresmith in 1892. A village was laid out at the same time and handed to a municipal administration in 1893. During the Anglo Boer War (1899-1902) it was completely destroyed, including the church. After the war the congregation fixed up the church so that they could hold church service. A complication was that they still owed £600 for the church from before the war. But still with time they managed to collect enough money to build a new church. This happened in 1924 with the church in the picture. The architects were Wynand Louw in cooperation with Gerhard Moerdyk. That church did not have a proper tower yet, there was a roof tower. The tower as it stands today was constructed in 1958. The picture on the left shows the buildings on the north side of the church. One of them could have been the parsonage.
And where does the name come from? It was from the Reverent Luckhoff, who was the minister of the Fauresmith congregation at the time when the new congregation was formed. The spelling in old documents is actually: Lückhoff, i.e. with an Umlaut.
Ref 1.: Standard Encyclopedia of Southern Africa, Nasou Limited, 1974
Ref 2.: "Ons Kerk Album van Hollandsche Kerken en Leeraren", publisher: unknown, printed in the 1920's