With major arterial highways located within 1km of the estate, many of the Western Cape’s most popular attractions, world-class shopping centres, gourmet and family-orientated restaurants are just minutes away.
Stonehurst’s unique position at the start of the ‘Blue Route’ M3 highway, means that residents have easy access to one of the main routes to the city of Cape Town.
Some of South Africa’s major tourist destinations are just a few minutes’ drive away, including:
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
- The coastal towns of Kommetjie and Noordhoek (over historic Ou Kaapse Weg)
- The beautiful beaches of the False Bay coastline (via Boyes Drive)
- Cape Point Nature Reserve
- The dappled environs of Tokai Forest
- The Constantia Wine Route (via scenic back-roads)
Stonehurst residents enjoy quick access to the natural beauty and attractions of the surrounding mountains, including walking, hiking and mountain-bike trails and popular picnic areas. In addition to the paths and trails, there are a number of sandstone cave systems, as well as rock climbing routes in the mountains above Muizenberg (which is just a five minute drive away).
For shopping and entertainment, Steenberg Village, Westlake Business Park, the Blue Route Mall and Constantia Village are just a few of the world class shopping centres right on Stonehurst’s doorstep.
With Stonehurst as a springboard, many of South Africa’s most sought after beaches, nature reserves, forests, restaurants, wine farms, hiking trails and bicycling routes are literally just-around-the-corner.
Westlake Golf Course is just a five minute walk from Stonehurst and Cape Town’s world-famous Newlands rugby and cricket stadiums, CBD, V&A Waterfront are between a 10 and 20 minute drive away.
The Estate is extremely conveniently located with access to a number of the top schools in the Western Cape, as well as to sporting amenities such the Westlake Golf Course (an immediate neighbour), excellent restaurants, local businesses and modern shopping centres.
Spoilt for choice Stonehurst residents can go exploring beyond the estate, make the most of Stonehurst’s own facilities or just stay at home and look out for Black Eagles or a porcupine or two.