The suburb of Durbanville Hills is a highly sought after residential suburb. The factors which contribute to such a high demand are things like the status of the suburb, the mixed property usage, its prime location and the growth in property values.
An inviting familial atmosphere reigns over the suburb with tree lined streets, neat sidewalks and manicured and landscaped gardens. The other appeal factor is the utter tranquillity that prevails over the suburb.
The status of the suburb puts it in the upper end of the middle-class income group and the mixed architecture speaks of a mixed age group in the suburb. From young executive families to well-established families and the well-heeled pensioners seek to make Durbanville Hills their home.
The architecture ranges from Baroque, Tuscan, Colonial and Cape Dutch and the fact that the Durbanville Hills Wine Estate is nearby adds to a sense of nostalgia.
The prime location of Durbanville Hills is soon apparent when considering the placement of commercial and industrial hubs and their proximity. Roads like Tygervalley Road, Durbanville Road and De Villiers Road connect to some of the major commercial hubs in the northern suburbs. Industrial hubs are situated in Brackenfell Industrial, Stikland Industrial and Elsies Rivier, all of which are within easy access along the minor roads thus avoiding traffic congestion.
The region is still very much being developed which indicates that the demand for homes in the region is far from sated and this also contributes to steadily increasing property values making it the perfect residential address.
The suburb has the benefit of having access to well-established school such as Fairmont High School, Durbanville High School and Curro Durbanville Private School.
Malls which cater for retail and entertainment needs of the residents to Durbanville Hills are Tygervalley Centre, Willowbridge Shopping Centre and Zevenwacht Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Durbanville Hills via the Myroof web-site.