Rondebosch East, Rondebosch, Newlands, Bishopscourt, these are all suburb that offer a degree of status in the property market with two very distinct landmarks in common namely Table Mountain and the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens..
Rondebosch East is one such highly sought after middle-class suburb that will fill every requirement of a middle-class suburb and more.
The mixed property usage in Rondebosch East affords a large spectrum of demographic to own property in this tranquil suburb. Apartments are perfect for single people and newlyweds and even students and freestanding homes which are fairly spacious or large will suite established families.
Townhouses are for the middle-sized families not quite at the point of needing loads of space or seeking the benefit of a lock-up and go convenience that a townhouse offers.
The prime location of Rondebosch East is one of its major appeal attributes offering access to amenities like private and public schools, commercial and industrial hubs and of course in the case of the suburbs located in the southern region, easy access to the universities.
Homes in Rondebosch East are also the perfect suburb for that dream second holiday home as the suburb is close to all the major tourist attractions and is at the same time not in the mainstream tourist areas which can sometimes be overrun with seasonal tourists.
The list of reputable schools is endless but here are just some nearby schools; Rondebosch East Primary School, Golden Grove Primary School, St Joseph’s Marist College and Westford High School.
Rondebosch East is also in the favourable position to be in the heart of the art culture in Cape Town with the Baxter Theatre and other similar venues nearby.
There are also a number of upmarket boutiques and malls for the retail hungry residents such as Riverside Mall, Cavendish Square, Silwood Centre and Vangate Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Rondebosch East, Cape Town Northern Suburbs via the Myroof web site.