This developing suburb is very much for the astute property investor with exclusivity in mind. Bellville suburbs have reached their potential and the suburb is now expanding into the Durbanville Hills and onto small holding properties namely Oude Wetshof.
Facing north to the Stellenbosch Mountains means homes in the suburb take full advantage of these vistas which include the Tygerberg Nature Reserve.
The advantages are that the homes in this developing suburb are modern, spacious and upmarket which bodes well for the future value of this emerging suburb. This preempted exclusivity has its benefits in suburbs surrounding Oude Wetshof in that all the important infrastructure like schools roads, malls, commercial and industrial hubs are already established.
Other benefits to this young suburb are the fact that there are a number of vacant plots and stand available for development. Here housing density is certainly not a prerequisite and home owners are not bound by the same limitations as in lifestyle or golf estates but adding the same degree of exclusivity with many of the properties bordering the Tygerberg Nature Reserve which already has the benefit of electric fencing on its borders.
The suburb further offers 24 hour vehicle and foot patrols further adding to the exclusivity of the suburb.
Access to the suburb is convenient on the major and minor roads to suburbs like Tygerberg, Bellville and the Cape Town CBD on roads like Tygerberg Valley Road, Old Oak Road and onto the N1 via Jip De Jager Drive.
Well-established schools like Fairmont High School, Kenridge, Welgemoed Primary School and Primary School.
Industrial hubs of Elsies Rivier and Bellville are within easy access.
Malls close to the suburb are Riebeeckshof Mall, Plattekloof Village Mall and Tygervalley Mall.
This suburb is the ideal residential address for families seeking tranquility and exclusivity as close to nature as a city suburb could offer.
Take a tour of the homes in Oude Wetshof via the Myroof web-site.