The Durbanville landmark has been listed by Pam Golding Properties for R16.5 million.
One of South Africa’s most historically significant properties, Evertsdal Opstal, is on the market and could be used for a bespoke development or even a boutique hotel.
The Durbanville landmark, situated opposite the Rose Garden, has been listed by Pam Golding Properties for R16.5 million. Steeped in history, with an enviable location affording magnificent mountain views, agent Lianda Pretorius says the property has “plenty of development potential”.
“It comes with commercial and residential rights, and could be used for a bespoke development on the 8 000m² plot, or the manor house could serve as a boutique hotel.”
It has until recently been run as a successful coffee shop and function venue, and has hosted many idyllic weddings, says agent Sanet Schoonees.
Evertsdal Opstal’s history dates back to 1680, when the land was leased by the Dutch East India Company to one of the earliest settlers at the Cape.