The Cape Town northern suburb properties are favoured by the middle to upper-class income groups for what they have to offer in terms of the range of exclusivity, architecture, size and for the region in general its prime location.
The prime location of one such suburb, Monte Vista, is soon apparent when viewing the proximity of the suburb to commercial and industrial hubs and then access to these hubs from major and many minor roads.
Monte Vista properties have a lot to offer in terms of diversity as it can be both affordable and exclusive which is in part due to the mixed property usage which consists of freehold homes, townhouses and duets. This also translates to a larger target market being satisfied for choice.
Many part of Monte Vista has a more conventional architecture but has a strong sense of functionality to these homes and as the suburb expanded the architecture grew with time and there is now a good selection of contemporary architectural homes which will find favour with the younger executive generation and well-established families.
The aesthetic appeal of the suburb starts with tree lined streets and neat grass covered pavements and into manicured and sometimes landscaped gardens which are a type of signature to homes in the northern suburbs.
Townhouses in Monte Vista is the ideal segment to enter the middle-exclusive market in as these townhouses are in high demand ensuring reasonable resale value and turnaround times for properties on the open market.
Here is a short list of industrial hubs close to Monte Vista; Epping 1 and Epping 2, Elsies Rivier Industrial Montague Gardens and Stikland Industrial.
The well-established schools which Monte Vista can boast are Monte Vista Primary School, Edgemead High School, Edgemead Primary School and Panorama Primary School.
Monte Vista has the benefit of nearby malls such as N1 City Mall, Canal Walk Mall and Tygervalley Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Monte Vista, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.