The Welgedacht Security Estate in the northern suburbs of Cape Town complies with the same criteria as other estates across South Africa and offers the same prestigious status. Of course the lifestyle in Cape Town being very much sedate adds to the appeal of the Welgedacht Estate.
Like other estates Welgedacht has a 24hour manned access control point and the upkeep of communal ground is funded by the home owners via the home owners association.
The estate incorporates the natural surrounding like water features and wetlands to express the country lifestyle of the estate.
Set on the Tygerberg Hills adds to the uniqueness of the estate compared to other estates which have the natural surroundings as a backdrop. The proximity of the estate to the Durbanville Hills Wine Estate does add some nostalgic connection to the Dutch Settler era by name.
The exclusively freestanding homes in Welgedacht means there is a standard of pricing in the estate which is high but this is the norm for estates elsewhere.
Being a fairly new development means the architecture, finishings and fixtures in the individual homes adds a fair amount in value to the properties and is not overly exaggerated by any standard.
The estate has walkways for resident to enjoy the nature within the secure confines of the estate and have a picnic at the waters’ edge of streams or ponds.
Since its completion property values in the estate have been achieving some of the highest figures in the northern suburbs of Cape Town which is a good indication that the market will continue to yield good long term results.
There are no more vacant stands available in the estate which is a further indication as to the demand there was for homes in the estate.
The prime location of the estate is another factor that drives demand and the access to reputable schools along with access to industrial and commercial hubs.
Take a tour of the homes in the Welgedacht Security Estate via the Myroof web-site.