Durbanville and the suburbs of Durbanville are fast becoming the most popular residential and outdoor entertainment area in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town. We are finding a continuous growth in the stream of visitors to Durbanville, where the wine route is now one of the popular destinations for visitors to Cape Town. The sale of residential property in the area is well catered for by the various property agents such as Josephine During, who is located at Josephine During Real Estate in Durbanville.
Durbanville, or Pampoenkraal as it was originally known, was founded in the early 19th century around a fresh water spring and was primarily a
watering station for travellers en route to the interior from Cape Town – traces of the spring are still to be found on the grounds of the Durbanville Kinder Huis. The name was changed to D'Urban in 1836 and finally to Durbanville in 1886.
Durbanville at one time had its own court house, jail and magistrate until it became a Magisterial District of Bellville. Durbanville, or the
Village as it is still know to its older residents, grew over the years to become today one of the most popular residential areas in the Cape Town district.
The vibrant and growing Durbanville today offers prime residential property for sale in the surrounding suburbs and the property market is very
active, with numerous estate agents serving the property market in Durbanville. The location of Durbanville also makes it ideal for many large
corporates, who have relocated to many of the Durbanville suburbs, most with easy access to the N1 highway.
Accommodation for tourists and business visitors is well catered for in Durbanville, with its many 3 star budget facilities and the more
luxurious and honeymoon guest houses. The many restaurants and fine dining establishments in Durbanville and the surrounding wine estates of the Durbanville Wine Route cater for the demands of both the Durbanville residents and their guests.
The outdoor entertainment facilities offered by the various businesses and farms in the area make it very popular to cyclists, where the
mountain trails that traverse the various estates, is becoming very popular. Regular festivals are a feature of the Durbanville calendar.
Owning residential and commercial property in Durbanville today, which provides not only a more relaxed village life style, but a safe investment. Property in Durbanville has held up well in the recent economic turmoil’s and continues to do so.
Durbanville and its suburbs – Durbanville, Durbanville Hills, Proteaville, Eversdal, Welway Park, Vierlanden, Aurora, D'Urbanvale, Nerina, Schoongezicht, Sonstraal, Durbanville Meadows, Uitzicht, Goedemoed, Ruitershoogte, De Wingerd, The Crest, Durmonte and the newer suburbs of both Kraaifontein and Bellville that abut up against Durbanville all offer close proximity to Durbanville village and its Golf Course, Sport Grounds,
If you are looking for a new lifestyle, property, investment in property and security, look no further than
Durbanville and its suburbs – you will be pleasantly surprised. Please do give me a call on 071-649-5152 or e-mail at email@example.com – you will be surprised at what Durbanville has to offer with regard to property for sale.