Bergvliet is one of the few southern suburbs that takes its name from the Afrikaans language; translated into English it means, “Mountain Streamlet”. It is fascinating to note that the entire suburb was originally a farm that was owned by Simon van der Stel.
Today, it is a residential suburb that us flanked by Retreat, Meadowridge, Kreupelbosch, Tokai, and Heathfield. The leafy streets aid in the family atmosphere for which the suburb is known. It can be regarded as one of the city’s most reasonably-priced suburbs, with two-bedroom flats and apartments beginning in the mid six-figure range to luxuriant, spacious homes that retail up to the mid seven-figure range. There is no doubt that this is the perfect suburb raise a family.
As a visitor, who is used to living the bustling city life, you will be awestruck by Bergvliet’s the tranquillity that the neighbourhood offers. The suburb is also in proximity to Cape Town’s beloved Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. If you are a sports fanatic, you are blessed to have Sahara Park Newlands and the DHL Rugby stadia easily accessible.
Wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs will enjoy sampling the many award-winning wine estates that form part of the esteemed Constantia Wine Route – whatever your preference may be – red, white or pinot noir – you’ll find it here.
Vineyard Car Hire is located in proximity to Bergvliet and will provide you the transport that you need in order to enjoy all the best that the Mother City has to offer