in the heart of the winelands

anoramic mountain views and rolling vineyards are the setting for WELTEVREDEN HILLS ESTATE. The surrounding area, rich with culture and natural beauty, boasts over 150 wine cellars, making it the most visited wine route in the country and one of the leading wine regions of the world.

Stellenbosch, only a 5 minute drive away, is as diverse as it is delightful. Just far enough away to avoid the stress and bustle, its cinemas, shops, restaurants and art galleries are comfortingly close.

Stellenbosch also boasts state-of-the-art medical facilities, some of the best schools in the country and of course the prestigious University of Stellenbosch. On the actual estate, you can treat your taste buds to a meal at the popular Lekke Neh restaurant, with its magnificent views and charming, old-world setting.

The estate is a quick 30 minute drive from sunsoaked Strand’s beaches and a convenient 45 minutes from Cape Town International Airport.


an enticing blend…

rchitecturally rich and luxuriously finished, WELTEVREDEN HILLS will be at one with its picturesque Cape Winelands setting, blending in perfectly with the adjacent land and vineyards. The architectural style lends itself to an open, airy ambience, with the residences artfully constructed in natural stone and timber and featuring natural shades of plaster. Oversized, glazed windows and large, glazed sliding or folding doors will offer beautifully unobstructed views of the winelands, with their mountainous backdrop. Construction of 50 new homes begins in May 2017, with occupancy of the first 23 in December 2017.

• Priced from R1.5 – R3m
• Plots sized from 400m2 – 650m2
• Three or four bedroom configurations
• Luxurious bathrooms
• Upscale kitchen and dining areas
• Spacious living areas
• Beautifully functional courtyards
• Large verandas with built-in braais
• Single or double garages


an unswerving commitment

ELTEVREDEN HILLS lies in the centre of a UNESCOlisted Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve. Accordingly, the estate sits lightly on the earth. The natural beauty of the countryside is preserved, yet at the same time the timeless grandeur of the architecture is celebrated.

The goal was always to develop a space which promotes the wellbeing of the
environment, through the efficient use of natural resources. Measures put in place include integrated grey water recycling, rainwater harvesting and irrigation management systems.