Amanda Glen at a glance

Buying a home in Durbanville is certainly an investment in a superb suburban lifestyle. Known for its big houses and large properties; Durbanville is a popular residential area in the Western Cape. The original Pampoenkraal outspan was a meeting place for local farmers coming from the inland via Roodezand to Cape Town.  In 1825, a group of Tygerberg farmers requested permission from Lord Charles Somerset to build their own church and Durbanville was formed.

3 Residential Homes For Sale in Amanda Glen, Durbanville

FROM R3,000,000 to R3,750,000

Amanda Glen In the news

Optimism in SA means continued growth in Western Cape property market
2018 was not off to the best start for South Africans. Tough economic conditions, the prospect of continued drought, an impending Day Zero in Cape Town, stagnating property prices and political uncertainty meant we did not have...

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Why You Should Invest in Durbanville
It’s that time of the year that we bid farewell to the lovely long weekends of April and say hello to the beautiful Cape Town Autumn. The season changes are visible in the beautiful burnt orange leaves that are making their...

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Why a rental home in Durbanville is still a great idea
Why a rental home in Durbanville is still a great idea The demand for rental properties in the northern suburbs is still steadily strong; however, tenants want to stretch their budget to achieve the best value for their money....

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