Durbanville at a glance
Durbanville offers a wonderful lifestyle - mixing the convenience of city-living with an authentic country setting made possible due to historical wine estates and rolling hills literally forming the edge of the suburb.
Types of Durbanville Property available
Durbanville offers many new developments - sectional title as well as own title. The ‘lock-up-and-go' feature was a great plus point as people tend to live on the run in this day and age. The security that the developments offered was just as important. The developers saw a gap in the market and focused on it. They made sure to offer exactly what the public required - and the market boomed!
If you are lucky, you will still find one of the original farm houses on the outskirts of town. Alternatively, you can find yourself in love with one of the older houses closer to the heart of Durbanville. These properties are relatively large and spacious, and therefore higher up on the price range (and worth every penny).
Durbanville has limited low cost housing opportunities. Most candidates for low cost housing does not have own transport and it is too far from the city to commute.
General interest information
Equestrian activities are very popular in Durbanville. The race course also serves as a platform for show jumping as well as the sport of kings, polo. This too accentuates the feel of ‘farm living'.
The town offers everything you might need, but on a smaller scale. Though this has not affected the quality of the services. The Durbanville Medi-Clinic is one of the best hospitals in the country and the variety of schools are second to none. Shopping centres fulfil your every need and you can be assured of a wide choice of gourmet restaurants.
A mere 10 minutes from Bellville, 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport and 30 minutes from Cape Town CBD, its ideally situated to qualify as ‘out of town‘.