Overlooking False Bay Glencairn Heights is a suburb which lends to a sense of family and community.
Being such a well-established suburb it commands a strong market share due to its location, stable growth in property values and the surroundings.
Most of the homes in this scenic suburb offer views to the white beaches and sea adding to the tranquil and laid back lifestyle of the Cape Peninsula.
The suburb is a middle to upper-class suburb which stems from features such as its mixed architecture and its exclusivity which stems from the individual property values which are in line with upmarket homes in the Western Cape. Construction costs of homes in Glencairn Heights are higher than that of suburbs on less mountainous ground which is a major contributing factor in the property values and this factor is what sets the suburb apart from suburbs further away from the peninsula.
With a number of vacant stands still available in the suburb this is one factor that should be considered when considering investing in the suburb.
Removed from the bustle of the city sprawl does not detract from its prime location as the suburb is close to all the important amenities like schools, malls, industrial and commercial hubs with the benefit of the tourist attractions like the beaches and the various nature reserves close to the suburb.
Access to and from the suburb further highlights the prime location of the suburb to the Cape Town CBD with its commercial hub on roads like Ou Kaapse Weg, Kommetjie Road and Black Hill Road.
More wealthy investors are well advised to consider the suburb as a holiday retreat from as far as Johannesburg as the suburb is the ideal holiday destination which offers the exclusivity and growth in value.
For permanent residents there are a number of schools nearby such as Fish Hoek High School, Fish Hoek Primary School and Sun Valley Group of Schools.
Take a tour of the homes in Glencairn Heights via the Myroof web-site.