Durbanville

Zest for life

This area has a population of great diversity, from young successful entrepeneurs and business successors, to the well established elderly with a “zest for life”. From well-known coffee shops and chic eateries, to thriving restaurants and world famous wine farms, they are all just a stone's throw away. This neighbourhood can be described as energetic, successful, trendy, peaceful and very well situated for access to all the other splendours that Cape Town has to offer.

Map of Area and Surrounds

Local Property Market

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in Durbanville

Average Price in Durbanville

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Median Price Trend in Durbanville

These statistics are deemed to be accurate and reliable however, as each property is unique, the data presented is intended to be used only as a guide.

Experience Durbanville

Wouter
Wouter Durbanville
We moved from Pretoria to Durbanville in March, and are loving every moment of being here.
Heritage Square in Durbanville

Whether you choose to live in the more settled area of Kenridge, or the latest developed and modern style of D’urbanvale, you can enjoy the tranquility and security that Durbanville has to offer.

A golf club in Durbanville

Wine tasting on the 9 farm wine route in Durbanville offers not only an intriguing history but some of the worlds best wines. For the avid golfers, Durbanville Golf Course provides lush and inviting greens.

Landscape view of the hills in Durbanville
A house in Durbanville

The exciting night life adds to the exclusive vibe of Durbanville. Enjoy the convenience of not having to go too far from home for a night out of fine dining and dancing, at many of the buzzing restaurants and clubs that cater for the young and old.

The Slug and Lettuce restaurant in Durbanville
Eating out at a restaurant in Durbanville
School rugby field in Durbanville
Dorita
Dorita Durbanville
Durbanville is perfect for young families such as my own. The neighbourhoods are quiet and safe. Children play in the streets after school and just have fun in a secure environment.
Apartment block in Durbanville
Hoerskool Durbanville in Durbanville

Durbanville has both English, Afrikaans and dual medium public high schools including: Durbanville High, Fairmont High and Stellenberg High. There are numerous primary schools including: Durbanville Preparatory, Eversdal Primary and Gene Louw Primary. Some of the excellent private schools in this area are: Curro, Chesterhouse and El Shaddai Christian School.

Laerskool Durbanville a primary school in Durbanville
A monument in Durbanville

Unique to Durbanville is Fisantekraal Airfield, an ex-airforce airfield built in 1943, where the airforce used to operate Ventura Bombers from. It has been in private ownership since 1993. It serves as a general flying airfield, and is a used for flight training.

An entrance to a property in Durbanville
Inside a store in Durbanville

Latest News About Durbanville

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