With a part of the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens as a backdrop an idyllic landscape is set for the prestigious suburb of Constantia Heights.
The status of Constantia Heights is the primary factor in driving demand for homes in the suburb along with its prime location, a sense of privacy and the tranquillity.
Sidewalks lined with age old oak trees brings with it an aesthetic appeal not many other suburbs can boast and also adds to some form of nostalgia dating back to the Dutch Settler era in our history.
The architecture of homes in the suburb is a mixture of period specific homes with Georgian inspiration, British Colonial and Edwardian inspiration and British Country home styles along with some modern contemporary designs.
Landscaped and manicured gardens are the order of the day for these stately homes adding further aesthetic appeal and tranquillity. Homes in Constantia Heights are large and spacious which does reflect a more established sized family residing in the suburb and of course pensioners falling in the executive end of the market.
The prime location of Constantia Heights is confirmed by the many access roads connecting to commercial and industrial hubs such as Claremont, Plumstead and Wynberg and industrial hubs in Ottery, Lansdowne, Athlon and Ndabeni.
Being as prestigious suburb would almost go without saying that there is a demand for exclusive schools. Here is a list of some of the more reputable schools nearby; Norman Henshilwood Private High School, Wynberg Boys’ High School, Wynberg Girls’ High School and International School of Cape Town.
The large number of guest houses in Constantia Heights is an excellent marketing tool for national and international tourists to view these exclusive properties on sale in the market and also contribute to the status of the suburb and property values due to the commercial use of guest houses and in this case highly exclusive guest houses.
Take a tour of the homes in Constantia Heights via the Myroof web site.