The suburb of Oostersee in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town may is an upper middle-class suburb but the suburb has a lot to offer in terms of homes and living.
The tranquil atmosphere of Oostersee is one of the many endearing characteristics along with the neat and tidy sidewalks which tell the story of a familial atmosphere.
Parow is the main suburb in which Oostersee falls and is thus an indication that the suburb is a well-established and a rather old suburb. This is also found in the mixed architecture which consists of old world charm and modern contemporary designs.
Some of the older homes date back to a point in time when parquet wood floors were the norm and are today a highly sought after feature in many of the homes in Cape Town and abroad.
The age group that this architecture will appeal to is unlimited and in some respects the more contemporary architectural styles will appeal more to the younger executive generation.
Important factors which drive demand for any suburb applies to Oostersee too like access to work, malls, schools and entertainment and of course service delivery.
Oostersee can tick all the boxes with a degree of comfort and assurance. The prime location of Oostersee is one factor that is never overlooked as the suburb is close to a number of large industrial hubs such as Parow Industrial, Epping 1 & 2, Sacks Circle Industrial and Elsies Rivier Industrial. The commercial hubs close to Oostersee are Tyger Valley, Bellville, Plattekloof and easy access to the Cape Town CBD.
Major roads which highlight the prime location are Voortrekker Road, access to the N1 and Frans Conradie Drive. These roads also eliminate the need to spend a lot of time in congested traffic like the N1.
Schools which service educational needs of Oostersee are Laerskool De Tijger, The Settlers High School, Tygerberg High School and Boston Primary School.
Take a tour of the homes in Oostersee Cape Town Northern suburbs via the Myroof web-site.