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Engel & Völkers now open in Durbanville

Durbanville is one of the fastest growing towns in South Africa boasting several shopping centres, restaurants, pubs, guest houses and B&B's to suit your needs. 

With its upmarket tree-lined residential areas, Durbanville remains a much sought after neighbourhood in which to start a family, set up your first home as a young couple, or enjoy the life of a singleton.  It truly caters for every stage of life.  Many overseas visitors have returned to Durbanville as full time residents.

The town, being centrally located and within minutes to the major highways into the city of Cape Town makes it perfect for both business and leisure activities.  There is definitely no shortfall of talent in this industrious town. From potters to manufacturing jewellers, winemakers, cheese makers, quilters, artists, prize gardeners, tailors, medical specialists, photographers - you name it, you will be sure to locate it in Durbanville.

Morne Vorster, Licence Partner of Engel & Völkers Durbanville added that, “Despite the fact that Durbanville has grown tremendously in the past 30 years, it retains a considerable individuality and character with a rural atmosphere and architecture”.  

One of the major events in Durbanville this October is “Season of Sauvignon in Durbanville” held on the 25th October 2014. The Durbanville Wine Valley signals the start of white wine season with a jubilant weekend long celebration of extreme fun.  Match fun with family and friends on wine farms in the picturesque Durbanville area. This year also sees the return of the popular “Durbanville Sauvignon Wine Ferry:, taking to the air on Saturday, 2nd October for an adventure of fine wines and brilliant views in a fleet of Base 4 helicopters. With stop-overs at De Grendel, Durbanville Hills and Meerendal, this unique way of exploring the winelands allow for leisurely wine-tasting before taking off to the next wine destination.

 “With glamorous sister areas like Constantia and Stellenbosch, Durbanville gets a little overlooked as a wine route. But with generations of wine families and a history that stems back to the 17th century, it should be a stop on any wine appreciation tour,” added Mary-Ann Vorster, Licence Partner of Engel & Völkers Durbanville.

The Engel & Völkers Shop is to open its doors end October, and Mary-Ann and Morne invite all residents to visit their new shop, located at Shop 46, Cobble Walk Centre, Cnr De Villiers and Verdi Boulevard, Sonstraal Heights, Durbanville, for all their property requirements.

Things to do in Durbanville

Nitida Farmers Market

Where:  M13 / Old Tygervalley Road, Durbanville
When:   Last Saturday of every month
For more information, contact them on 021 976 1467
 
Sample wines at Meerendal Estate

Where:  Vissershok Road, Durbanville
When:   Monday to Friday
For more information, contact them on 021 975 1655
 
Durbanville Craft Market 

Where:  Rust en Vrede Estate, Wellington Road, Durbanville
When:   First Saturday of every month from 08h30 to 14h00
For more information, contact them on 072 173 1040
 
Rust-En-Vrede Art Gallery

Where:  10 Wellington Road, Durbanville
When:   Monday to Saturday
For more information, contact them on 021 975 7949
 
Wine tasting at Durbanville Hills Wine Estate

Where:  Durbanville Hills Wine Estate, Tygerberg Road, Durbanville
When:   Monday to Sunday
For more information, contact them on 021 558 1300
 
Reptile Garden

Where:  Stodels Garden Centre, Evertsdal Road, Bellville
When:   Monday to Sunday
For more information, contact them on 084 776 3537
 
Willowbridge Slowfood Market

Where:  Slowfood Market, Willowbridge Shopping Centre,
               39 Carl Cronje Drive, Tygervalley.
When:   Saturdays from 09h00 to 16h00
 
Meander through the vines at Diemersdal

Where:  Adderley Rd (M58), Durbanville
When:   Monday to Saturday, and Public Holidays
For more information, contact them on 021 976 3361
 
Smell the roses
 
Where:  Durban Rd, Durbanville, Cape Town North
When:   Monday to Sunday
For more information, contact them on 021 970 3025
 
Olive and Wine tasting at Hillcrest Estate

Where:  Durbanville Road, Durbanville Hills, Cape Town
When:   Monday to Sunday
For more information, contact them on 021 975 2346
 
Drama Workshops

Where:  2 Romelia Way, Plattekloof Glen, Durbanville
When:   By arrangement
For more information, contact them on 021 558 0234


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