A laid back tranquil lifestyle with some nostalgia added to a suburb will appeal to many a home buyer. Add to that the status that comes with the suburb and an idyllic picture emerges. A village like atmosphere blends in perfectly with Kirstenhof and leans towards old world charm.
This is all the characteristics that Kirstenhof in the Southern suburbs of Cape Town can and does offer. It does not end there as Kirstenhof is a suburb that oozes that familial appeal and it is in a prime location with all the important amenities needed to define a suburb as a residential suburb in place and within easy access.
Kirstenhof appeals to a large audience including young executives, established families, fist time buyers and pensioners. This is due to the tranquillity and the general good state of the suburb and the factors mentioned above.
The high level of demand for homes in Kirstenhof goes a long way in offering a long term stable growth market.
A mixed property usage which consists of freehold homes, townhouses, apartments and cluster homes has created a diverse market of choice and interest with different income groups or levels within the middle-class.
A mixed architecture in Kirstenhof is yet another appeal factor to the market with some period homes and then some contemporary modern homes adding a continum to the architectural history of Kirstenhof.
The prime location of Kirstenhof is obvious when one needs to reach destinations along roads such as Tokai Road, Simon van der Stel Road and Main road which connect to other suburbs, industrial and commercial hubs elsewhere in the greater Cape Town.
Kirstenhof has access to reputable schools such as Kirstenhof Primary School, Reddam House and Heathfield High School which add further value to the suburb.
Kirstenhof has the advantage of having the Blue Route Mall on the doorstep with a number of other malls nearby such as The Constantia Village.
Take a tour of the homes in Kirstenhof, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.