Constantia at a glance
The suburb of Constantia is well known for its qualities that make it irresistible to the prospective home buyer. The area itself is immaculate, with high quality amenities surrounded by leafy vegetation and protected by the Cape’s famed mountains. Properties in Constantia are well sought after, thanks to their stunning architecture both on the exterior and interiors of the homes. When it comes to Constantia property, the majority of the properties are found on large, spread out plots, allowing this suburb to be number one of the list for those looking to invest in a family home that comes with a peaceful, comfortable lifestyle.
While there are many large, free standing homes, there is also the option of spacious, luxury security complexes. Silverhurst is one such complex. Known for its opulent living standard, it is a popular option for those looking to enjoy the finer things in life.
Constantia is a centrally located southern suburb that is well-stocked with amenities and facilities to complement one’s prosperous lifestyle. The Constantia Village is renowned for its pristine character and upmarket retail that ranges from florists and gift shops to home décor and grocery stores, all in one centre, suited to everyone’s convenience. Restaurants can also be found in the Constantia Village, including Cattle Baron, Wasabi and Mugg & Bean. For those looking to stay fit, the Virgin Active Health Club is nearby, as are several yoga studios and leafy trails to go running or walking on.
Therefore, purchasing a property in Constantia is not just about the home itself; it is far more than that. The proud heritage is inherent on each plot of land where you are essentially purchasing a piece of South African history in which you can enjoy a luxurious lifestyle.
Constantia represents great value at current prices because the plot sizes are much larger than those in the rest of the southern suburbs. The inherent value of the land has not yet been realised. As the southern suburbs are increasing exponentially in density, a property in Constantia will become even more valuable because of its position and size.
Owning a property in the Constantia Valley gives one a feeling of owning part of the history of the Cape.