It is very easy to see why the university town of Stellenbosch is a popular destination for visitors and potential home owners from all over the world.
It boasts mountain and vineyard views and lies tucked away under the iconic peaks of the Simonsberg and Botmanskop and the winding Helshoogte Pass, originally a Khoi cattle path and the earliest road that connected the then emerging villages of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, presenting a panoramic view of Cape Town with its iconic Table Mountain to the West.
This wooded valley, with its intricate and distinctive hill formations and sub-valleys, is part of the world-famous fynbos biome and home to a great diversity of flora and fauna found only in South Africa. The valley, due to its distinctive combination of character, history and nature, has been a nationally protected heritage site since 1976.
Situated adjacent to Helshoogte , between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek
4 minute drive from Simonsrust Neighbourhood Shopping Centre. 5 minute drive to the university campus and 6 minutes to the historic centre of Stellenbosch.
Idas Valley Dam and surrounding Nature Reserve on your doorstep offering a variety of gravel roads for walking, horse riding and mountain-biking.
Surrounded by world-class wine estates, eateries and amenities. Tokara, Delaire Graff, Boschendal, Rustenberg and many more are right on your doorstep.