Durbanville suburbs in the north of Cape Town enjoy a fair amount of attention from property buyers. There are various factors contributing to this attention.
One such Durbanville suburb is The Crest, an affluent young but well established suburb offering the best a suburb can offer in terms of property usage and location.
Of course the fact that the suburb is in the vicinity of the Tygerberg Hills does play a role in the appeal of the suburb with stunning views over to Table Mountain and beyond.
The mixed architecture of homes in the suburbs plots the age of the suburb with conventional architecture and modern contemporary designs. This adds to the character of the suburb and also indicates a younger executive age group residing in the suburb.
The mixed property usage consist of freestanding homes and townhouses of which the latter is more in the modern rage of the spectrum caters for the younger generation stepping into the upmarket end of the property market seeking stable growth in their investment to later upgrade to family homes.
The location of The Crest may seem remote but when considering the major roads within easy access of the suburb it soon becomes apparent that the suburb benefits from its location as perfect which plays into the tranquillity.
Major roads which affirm the perfect location of the suburb are Brackenfell Boulevard, Wellington Road and Langeberg Road which connects to the N1.
These major roads connect to industrial hubs nearby such as Kraaifontein Industria, Brackenfell Industrial and Stikland Industrial.
The Crest has access to reputable schools nearby such as Northlink College, The Settlers High School, Bellville High School and Vredelust Primary School.
The executive residents need access to the more exclusive malls which are Tyger Valley Centre, Willowbridge Mall and Middestad Mall in Bellville.
Take a tour of the homes in The Crest, Cape Town Northern Suburbs via the Myroof web-site.