Estate living at Aan de Weber, Stellenbosch

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Estate living is one of the fastest growing trends and where better than to live amidst the beautiful mountains and rolling vineyards of Stellenbosch.

Discover Aan de Weber estate, located just off the R44, on the Webersvallei Road which meanders through the historic suburb of Jamestown

There are a number of country lifestyle estates around Stellenbosch which add further to the desirability of property there. These estates offer the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor country lifestyle, yet in a secure environment and such homes are very popular with family buyers especially according to Gavin-Paul Kleinsmith, a Seeff agent in the area.
Kleinsmith says that one such estate is Aan de Weber, located just off the R44, on the Webersvallei Road which meanders through the historic suburb of Jamestown. The estate offers everything that you could possibly want from a country lifestyle with stunning mountain and countryside views and the rural charm of traditional Cape vernacular homes set amidst open areas, dams and play parks for children.

The estate offers excellent security and a Home Owners’ Association. There are around 110 plots and a mix of homes with modern finishes. It offers a safe space for children to play and a secure environment to enjoy the outdoors, walking, jogging and cycling. The De Zalze Golf Estate is just across the road and the well-known Techno Park a few minutes’ drive away. The Stellenbosch CBD is also just a short drive.

The latest Lightstone data shows that approx. 10 properties change hands here annually, selling for around R3m-R5m on average. As with the rest of the Stellenbosch area, the estate has seen excellent capital value appreciation and rising demand for homes. It is especially popular with young buyers, with some 67% of all sales being to millennial buyers, often families.

The luxury family homes on offer are generally priced around R5m for a spacious three-bedroomed double-storey home with double front doors and an entrance hall. This particular home is ideal for entertainment with the living areas opening to an outdoor patio and swimming pool. It has stunning views, modern finishes and is fully equipped with WiFi throughout.

Kleinsmith further reminds that Stellenbosch ranks as one of the most sought-after towns in the country with a strong property market. It is predominantly a university and farming town with most businesses serving the local population and the surrounding wine farms. It is home to some of the country’s most prestigious wine farms and attracts thousands of tourists annually.

There is an excellent selection of schools, from pre-school to secondary school and the University of Stellenbosch is one of the highest ranked in the country, also attracting students from all over the world, he says.

It is a convenient area to reside in as you are close to other Boland towns such as Paarl, Franschhoek and Wellington and only 10 minutes from Somerset West. The Cape Town International Airport is about a 40-minute commute and you are close enough to the city for a daily commute.

Contact Seeff Stellenbosch, Gavin-Paul Kleinsmith on 072 707 1192/021 886 7905 or visit, web ref. 454405.

Author: Seeff

Submitted 18 Apr 18 / Views 548

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