The Western Cape wine-lands are located in the Boland. Some of the Western Cape’s most picturesque regions and sought after for the tranquillity and the close-to-nature lifestyle. The Hex River Mountains are the perfect backdrop for this appealing village type town.
The town and region is known for its fresh produce which is for local and export markets which also makes it the main source of sustainable income to the region and is evident by the many farms and wine estates.
The property market in Ceres is divided into three categories namely, residential property, farm land and small holdings.
Residential property in Ceres can be classified as middle to upper-class property which is obviously apparent by the property values. The architecture in this appealing town has in some way maintained the colonial history and ancestry which is quaint and reflected in some of the period type homes which will appeal to renovators.
With the popularity of Ceres increasing as a residential town there also followed the demand for exclusivity and thus a number of lifestyle and eco-estates where developed adding to the status of the town. These comprise freehold homes, townhouses and apartments, which means a larger market seeking to reside in the town, will find the property to suit their needs and budget.
The demand for property also means it is a stable growing market with the benefit of also having a large tourist market diversifying the property usage to guest houses and B&B’s. Winter snow attracts large numbers of tourist and in summer the public is invited to pick cherries.
Ceres has a few smaller suburbs which are in demand by means of requirement or location which further extends the market and appeal to the general public.
The town is not that secluded that residents do not have access to schools. Here is a list of some nearby schools; Hoerskool Charlie Hofmeyr, Morrisdale Primary School and Mooi-Uitsig Primary School.
Take a tour of the homes in Ceres via the Myroof web-site.