Cape Town’s northern suburb, just by virtue of location and in reference to Cape Town in general evokes this idea of exclusivity and tranquillity. Part of this could be ascribed to the nostalgic history that dates back to the 1600’s. This is true for most of the southern suburbs too but the following or market that is attracted to the northern suburbs is slightly different. Protea Village a suburb of Brackenfell conforms to these attributes and is by definition a middle-upper class suburb with a very diverse property usage. This consists of estates, apartments, townhouses and freestanding homes. The suburb is well-established and a true sense of family oozes from the suburb evident in the children toys and pets in manicured gardens. Protea Village has some vantage points atop which some homes have been built offering spectacular views to Table Mountain and the surrounding scenery. To capitalize on this feature there are still a number of vacant stand offering views as spectacular as they sound in the suburb at reasonable prices. The appeal for Protea Village as a residential address stems from the above attributes but also the architecture, the prime location in relation to commercial and industrial hubs. And then of course there are the important services like access to reputable schools, malls and major roads making ease of access possible. The greater Brackenfell is in a prime location to begin with but there are of course always suburbs that are in just the right location. Roads which confirm this fact are Reservoir Road connecting directly to the R300 and the N1 along with the same direct access to the R101. Then the roads connecting to the nearby industrial hubs in Stikland Industrial, Brackenfell Industrial and Bellville South Industrial are accessed via the same roads. Protea Village must of course have access to reputable schools nearby. Here is a list; Bastion Primary School, Protea Heights Academy and Curro Durbanville Private School. Take a tour of the homes in Protea Village, Brackenfell, Cape Town Northern suburbs via the Myroof web-site.