Durbanville Property for sale
Durbanville is one of the oldest of Cape Town’s northern suburbs. It’s also rapidly becoming one of the most sought after places to live and own property.
With its rolling winelands, bustling shopping centres, good private hospitals, prominent schools and green spaces, it’s no wonder that Durbanville real estate is so popular. Durbanville properties are also just 20 minutes from central Cape Town - and boast low crime levels without giving up the bright city lights.
The Durbanville Wine Route grows in popularity every year as winemakers continue to produce award winners. The panoramic views of Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean enhance the experience of tasting the wines produced from the surrounding vineyards.
Durbanville property owners can also enjoy the peace and quiet of their very own nature reserve. Durbanville Nature Reserve makes for a perfect escape and is a great picnic venue. This comparatively small reserve includes some rare protea species, as well as several meandering walking paths.
Durbanville includes many facilities for sports enthusiasts, including the Durbanville Golf Club, venues for soccer, cricket and rugby, and the Durbanville Racecourse.
On the first Saturday of each month, Durbanville property owners can visit a local craft market. This takes place at the historic Rust-en-Vrede complex, with its Cape Dutch town hall and a contemporary arts gallery.
Visible policing has kept crime to a minimum in Durbanville. Various community watch organizations work with the police to keep it that way.
Durbanville properties are close to a number of medium-sized shopping centres, some with popular gyms like Virgin Active and Planet Fitness. Durbanville property owners are also minutes away from trendy shopping centres such as Tygervalley and the newer Willowbridge.
The Durbanville Medi-Clinic provides world-class medical care, and Durbanville is close to the Tygerberg and Karl Bremmer hospitals.
Durbanville property owners benefit from the newly renovated Durbanville Public Library, which received substantial funding from the Shuttleworth Foundation.
Durbanville includes several good primary and high schools, both public and private. Among these are the well-known Kenridge Primary and Eversdal Primary, Durbanville High, Fairmont High, and Stellenberg High, and the private schools Curro and Chesterhouse.
Find out more about purchasing Durbanville property by contacting the Jawitz Properties Durbanville branch today!