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Durbanville

Durbanville is located within the Western Cape province of South Africa and is part of the greater Cape Town metropolitan area. The town is known for the surrounding farms that produce wine and wheat. Durbanville boasts a diverse community, from young entrepreneurs to seasoned business leaders and retirees. It's renowned for its coffee shops, upscale eateries, vibrant restaurants and renowned wineries. The area exudes energy, success, trendiness and tranquility, while also offering easy access to Cape Town's top attractions.Durbanville is situated on the outskirts of urban areas and harmoniously blends an urban economy driven by retail, hospitality and real estate, with...

Goodwood

HistoryGoodwood is a suburb of Cape Town in the Western Cape, South Africa and is situated in the Tygerberg region of the City of Cape Town. It is 10 kilometres from Cape Town and accessible from the N1, N7 and N2 highways.The town was established in 1905 and named after Goodwood Racecourse in England as the founders intended to make it a racing centre. A course was constructed, but after only one meeting it was abandoned.The first railway station was built in 1905, and today there are five within the municipal area: Goodwood, Vasco and Elsies River are all located on the Cape Town-Johannesburg main line.  Monte Vista and Acasia Park stations are on the secondary line...

Kraaifontein

HistoryThe development of the suburb or small town of Kraaifontein dates to the mid to late 1800's. Just like most of this part of the Western Cape it slowly developed around the farming industry. By the year 1876, a railway station was erected entitled Kraaifontein Junction. Only one year after the railway station was built the town started to develop. 1908 was the year that the first school came to the area. By 1948 the town had it's first Dutch Reform Church.Climate The Northern suburbs experience winter rainfall and windy conditions, the warm summers are mild with temperatures between 25-30 degrees. Enjoy long summer nights with sunset being approximately around...

Kuils River

HistoryHidden away at the foot of the gentle slopes of the Bottelary Mountains, Kuils River is well known as an escape to rural pastures from the confines of the Mother City. Just a 30-minute drive from Cape Town, this tranquil town is also situated close enough to many attractions. Kuils River is often referred to as the 'gateway to the wine routes' with Zevenwacht Wine Estate being located at the edge of the Stellenbosch wine route.Kuils River has expanded over the years to a well-developed area with easy access via the N1, N2 and R300. The area boasts its own private hospital, Schools, shopping malls and in close proximity to the University of the Western Cape....

Century City, Milnerton

Century City is situated in Cape Town, South Africa and spans 250 hectares. This vibrant suburb is meticulously designed as a mixed-use development, seamlessly integrating entertainment, residential, retail and office spaces. Nestled 10 km northeast of central Cape Town, along the N1 motorway, Century City boasts a unique landscape, intersected by a network of waterways, wetlands and picturesque canals.Century City gives you the ultimate experience in convenience with everything at your fingertips in what is known as Cape Town's smart city. The 250-hectare precinct embodies the essence of contemporary urban living. Here, you can seamlessly integrate living, working,...

Montague Gardens, Milnerton

HistoryThe development of the suburb or small town of Kraaifontein dates to the mid to late 1800's. Just like most of this part of the Western Cape it slowly developed around the farming industry. By the year 1876, a railway station was erected entitled Kraaifontein Junction. Only one year after the railway station was built the town started to develop. 1908 was the year that the first school came to the area. By 1948 the town had it's first Dutch Reform Church.Climate The Northern suburbs experience winter rainfall and windy conditions, the warm summers are mild with temperatures between 25-30 degrees. Enjoy long summer nights with sunset being approximately around...

Milnerton

HistoryThe Cape Town suburb of Milnerton was established in 1902 on the site of the old farm, Janbiesjeskraal, and was named in honour of Sir Alfred Milner, Cape Governor 1897-1901. The railway line from Milnerton Junction reached Milnerton on 22 September 1904. Then the area began to grow steadilyClimate In Milnerton, the climate is warm and temperate. In winter, there is much more rainfall in Milnerton than in summer. The temperature here averages 16.8 °C SchoolsThere are numerous schools to choose from, whether you're looking for private schooling facilities , government schools, home schooling , the Northern suburbs offer it all Medical...

Plattekloof, Parow

Plattekloof, situated in Cape Town's northern suburbs, offers an attractive blend of residential tranquillity and commercial vibrancy. From a residential perspective, Plattekloof boasts upscale properties, scenic views of Table Mountain, and a serene ambience, making it an ideal retreat for families and professionals seeking a peaceful suburban lifestyle. With its proximity to major transport routes, shopping centres and reputable schools, Plattekloof presents a desirable residential enclave with convenient access to amenities and recreational facilities. From a commercial standpoint, Plattekloof's strategic location and affluent demographic profile make it an...

Parow

HistoryDuring a great storm in Table Bay in 1865, 19 ships were stranded. Amongst the many schooners was the Kehrwieder, the ship of Captain Johann Heinrich Ferdinand Parow. After being stranded, Captain Parow settled down in the Cape of Good Hope and married Johanna Wilhelmina Timmerman, the daughter of the family that helped Captain Parow after being stranded on the Cape coast.Parow quickly realised the potential value of the Tyger Valley area north of Cape Town and that the area held great opportunities for cattle trade. Captain Parow soon moved inland to this area and started selling ground in the area which is today known as Parow, which built up a great deal of...

Somerset West

Nestled in the heart of the Western Cape, Somerset West embodies a harmonious blend of commercial vigour and residential charm. Its strategic location along the stunning coastline and proximity to Cape Town make it an attractive destination for businesses and homeowners. Somerset West's commercial landscape features bustling shopping centres, stunning office complexes and industrial zones, catering to a diverse range of enterprises. The area thrives as a retail hub, offering everything from boutique shops to large supermarkets, while its industrial sector drives economic activity with manufacturing and distribution facilities. On the residential front, Somerset...

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