The garden Route in the Western Cape has an appeal that is timeless and almost mesmerizing. From the natural forests which offer employment to a large part of the region to the many nature reserves and of course the ocean all draw together to for The Garden Route.
George and Knysna are towns in the region with their own suburbs catering for residential, industrial and commercial use in the property market.
Glenwood is one of the suburbs of the greater George.
Glenwood is by any measurable property standard a prestigious suburb with character and a huge amount of appeal. This rich timeline of mixed architecture consists of some of the best restored and preserved period homes in the region which displays period architecture like Cape Dutch, British Colonial Georgian, Gothic German, conventional and modern contemporary designs.
Of course these homes are palatial in size and the stands these homes are constructed on are generally tending more towards the country estate size.
A tranquil atmosphere reigns over Glenwood like one would expect from a typical village like setting. The mixed property usage extends to a segment in the market that commands a high degree of demand namely retirement estates which is an almost foregone conclusion stemming from the tranquil setting and the beautiful surroundings and access to the George Airport.
Glenwood is far from completely developed which means vacant stands are still being sold at reasonable market prices for a prestigious suburb like Glenwood.
Glenwood is also sought after as a second holiday home market due to the stability of property values and the tourist attraction which are unique to the region.
For permanent residents to Glenwood the important infrastructures like schools and malls are established. here is a short list of schools servicing Glenwood and surrounding suburbs; Glenwood High School, York High School, Holy Cross Primary School (George).
Mall catering for retail needs in Glenwood and the greater George is Garden Route Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Glenwood, George, Western Cape via the Myroof web-site.