Bellville in Cape Town’s northern suburbs used to serve as railway station and was known as “12 mile post”.
The region is well-established and has been expanding since 1861 when the town of Bellville was established. There is a large number of Bellville suburbs today all with their own target market and status.
Loevenstein is one of the suburbs which have attained an exclusive status catering for the middle to upper income groups. The aesthetic appeal of Loevenstein is apparent by the tree lined streets and neat pavements which is tranquil and speaks of a familial atmosphere.
Other factors which are of great appeal to the suburb is the stable growth in property values driven by a high degree of demand stemming from its prime location and the property usage which consists of freehold homes, apartments, townhouses and cluster homes.
The architectural styles in Loevenstein will appeal to a large market with contemporary styles making up a reasonable percentage in the suburb which translates to a younger market and this is also echoed in the townhouses which will cater for first-time home buyers.
This is also an investors market with a high demand for rental property in the sectional title market.
The number of schools servicing Loevenstein is another factor which will attract young and established families. Here is a list of some of the popular schools; Welgemoed Primary School, The Settlers High School, Tygerberg High School and D.F. Malan High School.
Bellville and its suburb are generally in a prime location with residents’ sources of income sprouting from both the commercial and industrial sector.
Industrial hubs close to Loevenstein which highlight its prime location are; Parow Industrial, Elsies River Industrial and Bellville South Industrial.
Loevenstein has access to a number of retail malls and tourist venues such as Willowbridge Shopping Centre, Tyger Valley Centre and Tygervalley Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Loevenstein, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.