Situated on the western seaboard of Cape Town is the suburb of Noordhoek. This exclusive suburb is set in a natural Fynbos region making it somewhat unique.
The undulating countryside is the other factor contributing to the higher property values and demand for homes in the suburb is increased due to the location and varied architecture which is both modern and some period homes.
The mixed property use which comprises freehold homes and clusters is somewhat limited but this echoes the idea of an uncrowded laid back living style of the suburb.
The country feel of the suburb is something that will attract young and well-established families to the suburb.
Access to the suburb brings commercial and industrial hubs closer to homes but not to the extent of detracting from the natural setting on roads like Ou Kaapse Weg, Chapman’s Peak Drive or Kommetjie Road.
Other features that in a small way contribute to demand for homes in the suburb are the number of lifestyle estates surrounding the suburb like the Cape Point Vineyards Estate, Chapman’s Peak Estate and Goedehoop Estate.
There are still a few farms in Noordhoek which means there may be some further development in years to come further increasing demand for property in the suburb.
The Cape Town CBD is only 40 minutes’ drive which is a minor inconvenience when considering the tranquil lifestyle.
There are a number of popular schools in the area like Noordhoek Private School, Ixna Academy, Silver Mine Academy, Sun Valley Primary School and Sun Valley Group of Schools.
There are enough malls to cater for retail needs such as Longbeach Mall, Noordhoek Farm Village and Town Square Centre, Fish Hoek.
Take a tour of the homes in Noordhoek via the Myroof web-site.