What is one of the most effective methods of determining the status of any given suburb, and that does not mean any other suburb is less attractive?
In the case of Amanda Glen, in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, one can gather that the suburb is and can be categorized as a prestigious suburb due to the sales values achieved by individual properties.
Amanda Glen is a well-established and sought after suburb not just due to its status but also due to its prime location, mixed property usage and access to reputable schools and various malls.
The property usage in the suburb comprises freestanding homes, townhouses, apartments and cluster homes thus catering for varying sized families and first-time buyers.
The mixed architecture in Amanda Glen will also appeal to the whole market in this price range. The tranquil tree lined manicured sidewalks speaks of pride and a familial oriented suburb which is crucial in today’s fast paced lifestyle.
Summers in Cape Town are perfect for outdoor recreation like getting to the beaches in Clifton, and even Muizenberg. And if that’s not enough, there are places like Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Canal Walk and many other attractions.
Major roads like Eversdal Road connecting to the N1 south and north make access to industrial and commercial hubs like Brackenfell Industrial, Bellville South Industrial and Sacks Circle Industrial. The industrial hubs in Bellville, Durbanville and the Cape Town CBD are accesses along the same convenient access roads.
There are of course a number of reputable and well-established schools to choose from servicing the suburb such as Gene Louw Primary School, Curro Castle Durbanville, De Kuilen High School and Tuscany Glen High School.
The residents of Amanda Glen have access to a number of exclusive malls such as CapeGate Shopping Centre, Tyger Valley Shopping Centre, Cobble Walk Shopping Centre and a bit further south Canal Walk Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Amanda Glen via the Myroof web-site.