For this reason the suburb enjoys a high degree of demand which in turn increases property values which are as one would expect, fairly high from an upmarket suburb perspective. The suburb does have a sense of exclusivity which is echoed in the almost palatial sized homes and their use of the undulating countryside to make offer views to the north and the backdrop of the mountains.
The mixed property use which comprises townhouses, apartments and freehold homes will suit a broader market with young couples and larger families seeking the spacious homes and manicured large gardens. For many this is the ideal suburb of choice in which to spend their well-earned retirement with its laid back atmosphere.
The suburb has it all on offer being close to the important amenities like schools, malls and commercial hubs with the benefit of being close to Muizenberg and its white beaches and warmer waters which is a major tourist attraction most year round.
Being located in the southern region of the greater Cape Town means it is in a prime location with access to all the regions in Cape Town within only a few minutes’ drive to reach any destination on roads like Prince George Drive connecting to Muizenberg and to the north eastern suburbs like Wynberg and Retreat, the M4 to Constantia and into the Cape Town CBD and Simon Van Der Stel Road to the northern suburbs.
Steenberg has a fair number of malls catering for retail needs such as Tokai on Main, Blue Route Mall and the Constantia Village with its quaint boutiques and home industry cottage shops.
Schools in the suburb are Steenberg High School, Steenberg Primary School, John Wycliffe Christian School and Christian David Mor Primary School.
Take a tour of the homes in Steenberg via the Myroof web-site.