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Durbanville at a glance

Lying in a valley just north of Cape Town, Durbanville is a scenic city with beautiful leafy streets, quiet suburbs and a surprising secret...

Durbanville is very much centered around family life with top schools dotted throughout the area, amenities in close proximity to all the suburbs and a very active community. Residents are a mix of young families to successful business owners and even the very active older generation - all which can be attributed to the fact that there is truly something for everyone here.

It is known that its ideal location makes it a great place to live and explore all the other splendours of on offer in the greater Cape Town area - but not many are aware that Durbanville boasts with an incredible wine route that cannot be missed.

This “secret” has ensured that chic eateries, delicious restaurants and world-class wineries can thrive in the area while being supported by locals and visitors alike. Residents are spoiled for choice and can be found having drawn out brunches, strolling through the local market or taking full advantage of the beautiful surroundings right on their doorsteps.

Durbanville is a mix of older established areas and estates such as Kenridge and the newer D’Urbanvale ensuring that property buyers have a plethora of options that not only fit their wallets but also their lifestyle.

Property Types

  • Apartments
  • Townhouses
  • Houses
  • Vacant Land

Schools

  • Durbanville High School
  • Reddam House Primary Durbanville
  • Laerskool Durbanville
Durbanville Map
Latest real estate news in Durbanville view all news in Durbanville
Frail care centres and a mix of residential and commercial properties on online property auction
15 Nov 2019
With a huge pent-up demand for retirement accommodation in South Africa – particularly with quality medical facilities on site – the availability for purchase of three separate leading frail care centres in upmarket retirement villages and three individual two-bedroom units offers lucrative investment opportunities for the savvy buyer.
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Signs that the residential property market is beginning to stabilise
08 Nov 2019
Until there is greater clarity on the prospects of a recovery in the local economy, the housing market, which remains resilient but is currently weighted in favour of buyers, is unlikely to enter another fully-fledged recovery.
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Resilient Western Cape property market offers window of opportunity
28 Jun 2019
Rather than being a cause for alarm, the current period of price correction which has seen a softening of houses prices in the Western Cape, should be seen as a “window of opportunity” to buy property in this highly-sought after market, says Pam Golding Properties.
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Buyers look to the Cape’s smaller towns for a change of pace
26 Jun 2019
Country living certainly has its own rhythm. Removed from the city’s clogged traffic intersections, where the rising cost of fuel makes the daily commute a financial drain, there are towns that offer a pastoral retreat. Already popular as weekend getaways, these havens are gaining popularity as permanent residences, or as long-term investments, says Pam Golding Properties.
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