Darling Green Estate - Secure residential estate in Western Cape
Darling Green Estate is perfectly situated in the quaint town of Darling.
Darling is a quick hour’s drive outside of Cape Town, and offers residents an upmarket country lifestyle, combined with exceptionally green living.
Presenting 139 Country Stands.
A future crafter’s and mountain bikers village, Retirement village and food and craft market, residents can enjoy building a home that is surrounded by an abundance of space, nature’s wildflowers, and complete peace of mind.
Phase one launched on 15 February 2019 with 10 of the 875sqm stands available at a special launch price of R345,000 instead of R395,000.
Buyers also have the option of building plan options that do not include the garages and parts of verandahs at reduced building prices this information and the revised building plans can be obtained directly from the agent.
Security at Darling Green Estate is a crucial element and will include full fencing with smart security, 24/7 access control, and CCTV cameras and monitoring, to provide complete peace of mind to residents. The estate will also be fibre ready, allowing high-speed connected living in every way.
Darling Green Estate offers a lifestyle that is truly wholesome, with a wide selection of opportunities within the estate, and surrounds. The estate’s craft and food market offers easy farmer’s market indulgences every weekend; while Darling and surrounds are a mountain biking mecca, allowing residents to enjoy easy access to a wealth of MTB trails. An exciting children’s play area and pump track will also feature in the estate for children to enjoy endless adventures.
Owners at Darling Green Estate will also have exclusive access to the rest of the 500 hectare estate, for mountain biking, fishing, horse riding and walking, as well as membership to the Darling Sports Club, adjoining the estate. Membership to the Darling Sports Club includes bowling, tennis, and access to the 9-hole golf course – a popular, 5,877m long course featuring cynodon grass. The course is well-maintained.
Darling lies in the heart of the Swartland and is surrounded by widespread farmlands including olive, wine, cattle and sheep to name a few. Darling is a popular tourist destination and is world renowned for its annual flower season during August and September each year. Rich in history, art, music, local produce and numerous social events it draws visitors from all over South Africa and the world.