Location | Paarl - Cape Winelands
Halfway between the bright lights of Cape Town and the statuesque mountains of the Western Cape, lies the hidden valley of Paarl, full of surprises and variety, heart and soul.
IGrow has done an in-depth study of the Paarl economy, market and a thorough due diligence on supply and demand as well as comparative house pricing in Paarl and the surrounds. We are confident that we are not just bringing you a wonderful location where all the buy-to-let investment tick boxes are checked, but that you will also be buying a property that will show great capital appreciation.
Surrounded by serenity and splendour, the area between Paarl and Franschhoek is simply breathtaking wherever you look. The locals are friendly, helpful people and this area attracts tourists from all over the world. There is an abundance of activities; from historical monuments to quaint farm markets, there's never a dull day here.
Paarl offers residents a feeling of safety and security within a supportive, intimate community. It's a great neighbourhood for families and young couples wanting to be away from busy city life.
MASSIVE TENANT DEMAND
Bergenzicht Country Estate is situated right between two upmarket estates-Klein Parys Estate (R 2 million to R7 million) and Boschenmeer Estate ( R 2 million and R15 million.) The result is that these two estates promote the value of Bergenzhicht.
Massive shortage of rental housing - There are literally no affordably luxury properties available in Paarl priced between R 900 ,000 and R 2,9 million to rent or buy. This leads to a natural high demand for tenants as well as long term capital appreciation for investors.
Paarl has a rich History & Heritage...
The scenic beauty of Paarl compels visitors to explore the many cultural and historical attractions in the Drakenstein Valley, together with some of the most beautiful nature reserves in the surrounding mountains.
Paarl takes its name from the huge granite outcrop that stands proudly on the crest of Paarl Mountain. The town was founded in 1687, is the third oldest settlement in South Africa and has a rich cultural and historical heritage.
The town has many fine examples of Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Cape Dutch buildings that compete for space with a wide variety of fine restaurants and coffee shops spread out along the twelve kilometre-long Main Street.
Paarl boasts true country hospitality, award winning wine farms and estates, and a plethora of accommodation to suit both your requirements and budget.
The town provides excellent conferencing venues and some of the most idyllic wedding venues in the Cape Winelands. Revel in beautiful fynbos-rich walks and hiking trails, cycle along superb mountain-biking trails or take a relaxing drive through the countryside to enjoy the spectacular scenery, followed by a leisurely lunch and fine wines from the region.