Eversdal Heights is a suburb of the greater Durbanville in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. Leafy gardens and prestigious homes have an appeal to the middle to upper-class income groups to the suburb which is a major factor that drives property values in the suburb.
The suburb is well-established but the general age of the residents to the suburb speaks of a younger generation within the executive segment. The architecture of homes in the suburb can be described as aesthetically appeasing with a generally more contemporary modern flavour and the homes are generally spacious with large stands. Tree lined streets and clean sidewalks are some of the evident signs that the suburb is well-run and residents have huge respect and pride in their homes with their manicured and landscaped gardens which is almost common sight to the suburb.
The suburb is far from completely developed and demand exceeds supply which is a major factor driving property values and the stability of the Eversdal Heights property market is further displayed by the number of new security and townhouse developments currently under construction.
The advent of estate living has also visited the suburb which has in small part driven property values and further added to the exclusivity status of the suburb.
A mixed property usage which consists of freehold homes, townhouses and cluster homes draws a variety of buyers and family sizes.
The prime location of Eversdal Heights is another factor which will sway any intended buyer to call this suburb home as it is close to all the major commercial and industrial hubs located in the northern region of Cape Town. Industrial hubs include Brackenfell Industrial, Stikland Industrial, Epping and Elsies Rivier.
The suburb has access to some reputable schools such as Eversdal Primary School, Gene Louw Primary School, Fairmont High School and Stellenberg High School.
Malls near to Eversdal Heights catering for retail needs are Cobble Walk Shopping Centre, Tyger Valley Shopping Centre and Willowbridge Shopping Centre.
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