Kloof is considered by many residents to be the most breathtaking region in the Outer West Region of KZN. Kloof consists of a few suburbs all of which are generally middle to upper-class suburbs.
The suburb of Everton is located in a Nature Conservancy which means it is in a unique position in that this is also a factor determining prices.
Fields Hill is the backdrop for this mostly small holding suburb which is one of the reasons for the high property values. The other factor which determines the exclusive property values is the architecture which is modern to ultra-modern and homes sport the latest in high fashion interior finishings.
Residing on the fringes of the hustle and bustle of the large metropolitan area of the greater Durban certainly has its benefits such as large open spaces, manicured tropical gardens and the use of the natural surroundings which all add to the demand for these stately homes.
There is constant developing and construction of homes being undertaken in the suburb which means it is a stable growth market albeit the use as smallholdings.
This could in the future pose the possibility of the remaining vacant land being developed as lifestyle, security and golf estates which have become popular around the country which will add more value and exclusivity to the suburb.
Being mostly smallholding does not mean the suburb is lacking in infrastructure as there are reputable schools, malls and importantly serviced roads in the suburb.
Situated on smallholdings does not mean schools are out of reach as there are a number of public and reputable private schools close to the suburb.
Here is a list of some of the schools, Kloof High School, Forest View Primary School and Kloof Senior Primary School. Private schools are Thomas More College and St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls.
There are a number of malls catering for retail needs such as Delcairn Centre, The Village Mall and Maytime Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Everton via the Myroof web-site.