Property & Estate Agents
Durbanville is one of the best groomed and well looked after residential, business and agricultural areas in Cape Town today.
As home to one of the top producing wine routes in the country, Durbanville has managed to retain it’s lush, green and rural atmosphere, which makes the area so attractive. Not only that; as the area has a very low crime rate, it has become very popular, with the price of residential property increasing over 400% in the last five years. It is still growing.
The suburbs in this area are very popular due to its quiet and friendly with lots of tree lined avenues and gorgeous views.
According to the 2011 Census, the population of Durbanville was 54,286. Obviously, with all the land and property development taking place over the past few years, this number has increased considerably. New Suburbs have spring up, and so have schools, churches, shopping centers and entire communities.
Although Durbanville falls in a winter rainfall region, it has a typical Mediterranean climate. Cold, wet winters and hot, dry summers. Spring and Autumn bring perfect balmy days, ideal weather conditions for being outside.
Average Winter Temperatures: 18.5°C (65.3F)
Average Summer Temperatures: 24.3°C (75.7F)
Relocating to Durbanville?
If you’re considering renting or buying in Durbanville, your best bet would be to contact a few Durbanville estate / property agents, who will guide you through some important questions, providing you with the information you need to make an informed decision about where to stay.
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