Most property in Malmesbury is rich in history. This tranquil country town is situated 65km north of the Cape Town property area along the N... Read More
Most property in Malmesbury is rich in history. This tranquil country town is situated 65km north of the Cape Town property area along the N7 high way. Malmesbury was proclaimed as a town in 1829. It quickly developed into the biggest town in the area. Malmesbury property is generously known as the heart of the Swartland and the area has a significant historical route that includes buildings such as the old police station (1862), the Standard Bank (1900) and the Dutch Reformed Church (1800). The Swartland wine route also offers a wide variety of wines from nine cellars to choose from.
The Malmesbury property area is mostly wheat-producing and the mill dates back to 1968, and is often called the 'Bread Basket of the Swartland'. There are also five primary schools and four high schools. What makes the Malmesbury property area so unique is that it is situated very central to Cape Town, Stellenbosch,Durbanville and the Paarl property area. With its eclectic mix of people, the Malmesbury property area welcomes any new homeowner with open arms, friendship and prosperity.
The Malmesbury property area offers a wide variety of real estate. It is a rapidly developing area where security complexes and apartment blocks were recently introduced. There are also plans for cluster developments that can ease the ever-growing demand for housing. Then there’s the established residential areas from beautiful villas, architect designed houses to lower priced houses.
Our beautiful town is well-known for its friendly get-togethers. The Mol festival (Musiek Op die Lande) attracts thousands of people every year. South Africa’s best musical talent is on show and the whole family is welcome. The yearly agricultural show is also first class. South Africa’s third coop Swartland Wine Cellars is situated just outside of town and they offer a wide selection of export quality of wines and are open for wine tasting six days a week. Our town has two excellent club sides in rugby and facilities exist for various other sporting activities. From national chains to local eateries, every taste in dining is catered for. The Malmesbury property area retains the rural feel and security associated with country living as well as easy access to the great city of Cape Town. Read Less