Cape Dutch homes are the epitome of and synonymous with the Cape Town architecture. This does not mean the architecture is limited to one specific style only. Amandelrug is one of Kuilsrivier’s suburbs which enjoys and commands its fair share of demand in the property market.
The properties in Amandelrug are defined as upper-class to prestigious which may be a more defined or smaller market segment in terms of the current economy but it is overall still a lucrative market.
Other factors which increase the demand for property in Amandelrug are the prime location putting the suburb within easy access of amenities such as reputable schools, malls the various industrial and commercial hubs and a mixed property usage which does expand the market interest considerably. The different types of property usage consist of freestanding homes, apartments, townhouses and cluster homes in all their splendour. This means the income segment catered for is the executives with first-time buyers, settled families and with a few retirement villages nearby, all finding a place in this picturesque suburb.
Tree lined sidewalks have an inviting familial and tranquil appeal and also indicates that the suburb is well-established. Of course, the detailed manicured landscaped gardens go a long way in the foreground attention to the homes.
The few guest houses in Amandelrug which make full use of the close proximity of the many Wine Estates which in turn draws national and international tourists and thus opening up the market to more interest.
The reputable and popular schools which service Amandelrug and the region are De Kuilen High School, De Kuilen Primary School, Jan Kriel School and Mikro Primary School.
Exclusive malls catering for the greater region and Amandelrug are Zevenwacht Mall, Tyger Valley Centre and CapeGate Shopping Centre.
Major industrial hubs close to Amandelrug are Sacks Circle Industrial, Bellville South Industrial, Stikland Industrial and Elsies Rivier.
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