Located within a short drive from Cape Town, one of the world's favourite cities, but steeped on the rural tranquillity of the Cape Winelands, no other real estate in the Western Cape offers residents as rich a combination of scenic beauty, architectural integrity, sporting facilities and outdoor and cultural advantages.
In the foothills of the majestic Stellenbosch Mountains, on the banks of the Eerste River, is South Africa's second oldest town, and in many ways, it's most beautiful. Established by Dutch Settlers in 1679, Stellenbosch is known today as the "Town of Oaks" on account of its magnificent tree-lined streets.
In consultation with an award-winning local architect, Dennis Moss, a development framework was evolved to create detailed design guidelines.
Drawing inspiration from the rich architectural tradition of Stellenbosch itself, the mastery of the development lies in its balance between public and private spaces, between individuality and convention, between intimacy and community.
The Digteby Estate is located just outside Stellenbosch between the Spier Wine Estate and Neethlingshof Wine Estate. Digteby offers only 49 erven surrounded by vineyards and olive groves with spectacular scenic mountain views as a backdrop in a secure estate.