The middle-class suburb of Kleinbosch commands a high degree of demand within the property market.
Some of the factors which make the suburb appealing are its location high up on the Plattekloof Hills, the mixed property usage, reputable schools situated nearby, entertainment and retail venues and industrial and commercial hubs which contribute to the sustainable income of households in the suburb.
The architecture in Kleinbosch leans more towards the contemporary modern end of the spectrum which is also a small contributing factor determining property values in Kleinbosch. This also in small part indicates that the younger generation would possibly prefer to reside in Kleinbosch.
The mixed property usage which consists of freestanding homes and townhouses allows for the lower end of the middle-class to buy into the more prestigious markets with the benefit of property values being influenced from the values of freestanding homes.
Neat tree lined sidewalks and landscaped gardens offset the homes for a tapestry of affluence and speak of a familial atmosphere catering for young executives, newlyweds and well-established families.
The prime location of Kleinbosch is highlighted by roads such as Plattekloof Road which leads to the N1, Giel Basson Drive, Bosmansdam Road which will take one into Montague Gardens Industria and onto the N7 south or north.
The number of pre-schools and schools near to Kleinbosch is yet another factor that would draw the younger generation. Here is a list of some of the popular and reputable schools; Northlink College, Panorama Primary School, Riverside College and Bosmansdam High School.
The resident are spoilt for choose with the number of exclusive malls nearby such as Bothasig Mall, Tyger Valley Centre and N1 City Mall.
Residents to the Durbanville region have a few unique entertainment venues and activities such as the Galileo Open Air Cinema at the Hillcrest Quarry and wine tasting at the various wine estates on the doorstep.
Take a tour of the homes in Kleinbosch, Cape Town Northern Suburbs via the Myroof web-site.