Find your home in Sunningdale, Blouberg.
Offering the widest range of houses, flats and complexes.

From R3 600 000

The Sunningdale suburb  includes infrastructure such as schools, shopping centres, medical facilities, business premises and even a dog park.


Spoonbill park at Northridge Coastal Estate

The first parks at Northridge Coastal Estate have been completed and are delighting the residents with their innovative designs and features. The parks are created as a Green Star Sustainable Precinct credit for livability, and emphasize that a sustainable community should be diverse, affordable, inclusive and healthy. They should enhance social interaction and ownership, be safe and caring, and improve people’s wellbeing. At NCE, residents can safely access a network of walking and cycling paths that are connected to the Dune Thicket Conservation area, as well as to a trim park equipment and various other themed parks. The Spoonbill park is one of these, and was designed with the animal kingdom in mind. The play equipment includes a jungle gym, featuring a huge Cape Cobra on one side, designed specifically for toddlers. And in the middle of the park, visitors can play a round of giant snakes and ladders. All the parks are landscaped using indigenous water-wise vegetation. In each park, information notices give more detail about the particular theme of the park. The information posters at Spoonbill showcase pictures of local animals, together with information related to animal restoration projects in Cape Town.

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First 50 homes already occupied; clubhouse and boardwalk already in use.

A house in Northridge Coastal Estate is an investment in the most advanced residential environment at the heart of Green Building development. It has created the standard for large-scale residential Green building in the Western Cape

Northridge Coastal Estate in Sunningdale on the western seaboard of Cape Town, is a new 429-home development that was awarded the first 4-star Green Star (Sustainable Precincts v1.1) by the Green Building Council of South Africa.

Homes on the estate are priced from R3 600 000

View From the Estate

The Estate’s design to preserve biodiversity and enhance community interaction is now a reality, with features already in use, that include a 7ha conservation area to protect the dune thicket vegetation, where residents can enjoy the boardwalk, footpaths, and cycle tracks provided in this area. A multitude of open green spaces and parks for communal use, and a community zone have been established and the estate has a community clubhouse.

Streetscapes showing some of the newly completed and occupied houses in the award-winning Northridge Coastal Estate.
Northridge Gate House
Northridge Boardwalk
The Clubhouse

Qualities of a  4-Star sustainable precinct 

Ecological Value

  • Residents and the public will have access to a conservation area with a raised boardwalk and lookout point.
  • Recycled plastics are used in the decking and to construct the boardwalks
  • Recreational activities such as bird watching and ecological walks are encouraged 


Integrated Water Cycle 

  • Alternative water sources will be utilised for landscaping 
  • Key pollutants will be limited from the storm water runoff 
  • Two water tanks will be provided per dwelling
  • The homes will be “grey-water-ready”
  • One touch taps will be installed 

Greenhouse Strategy 

  • LEDs will be installed at all street lights.   
  • On-site renewable energy: each house is fitted with an aesthetically pleasing solar water heating unit to ensure that compliance is achieved with SANS 10400 XA.

Recycling Schemes 

  • A public scheme will be implemented at the clubhouse. 
  • Dual bin systems are included and built into the kitchen layout to ensure that recyclable and non-recyclable waste are separated at source.
  • Each house will be provided with a composting bin. 

Heat Island Effect 

  • At least 50 % of the estate will be landscaped. 
  • Specialised roofing tiles to be installed to minimise the heat island effect. 

Light Pollution 

  • Streets lights installed will have an upward light output ratio less than 5% which decreases light pollution. 

Clubhouse and Educational facility 

  • Facility can be used for Community events, Workshops/Presentations
  • Educational and training facility 
  • Visitors access managed 
  • WiFi ready access

Active Lifestyle 

  • The estate has a network of footpaths for walkers, joggers and cyclists, with information boards placed along the routes. 

Access to Fresh Food 

  • Aside from its proximity to the Table Bay Regional Shopping Mall, residents of the Estate will have access to a community food garden.

Themed Parks 

  • There are five parks throughout the estate which will be designed with various themes including ocean, fauna, flora, historic context and community food garden.

Community Information 

  • Homeowners will have access to sustainability guidelines, Community Users Guide as well as an estate APP.  The Cloud support and Mobile App availability makes the platform easy to use and will ensure that all residents always have the necessary information at hand. The platform enables the estate management to communicate seamlessly to residents.
  • A Memory stick with all relevant information will be provided to the homeowners. 
  • A Community Development officer will be appointed to run various community projects and engagements. 


  • Perimeter security with infrared and Thermal cameras 
  • Entrance security and visitors management including licence plate recognition and hands-free Access Control Solutions 
  • Via the App, the guard house can communicate with homeowners 
  • Strict visitor management to get access to the Dune Thicket and Clubhouse facility. 

Digital Infrastructure

  • Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) speeds ranging from 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps; depending on the individual person’s requirements and needs.
  • DSTV Overlay
  • CCTV services
  • Access Control and intercom services

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For information on the houses, as well as the purchasing:

Contact the Garden Cities sales team:



No.282 Sunningdale Drive, Sunningdale


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Area profile

A new extension of 120 homes in Sunningdale follows the phenomenal sell-out of Maple Creek village by Garden Cities, the Cape’s oldest and biggest residential developer, now in its second century of building communities.

The single-storey houses are in a new section of the company’s western seaboard flagship suburb, on Montebello Avenue off Deerhurst Drive, opposite the popular Rallim School. They are finished in a fresh coastal style, with Vermont cladding and a range of modern, upmarket fittings.

All have double garages and the kitchens are fitted with Bosch ovens and ceran hobs.

Prices of the homes ranging in size from 130m2 to 160m2 are priced from R2 580 000, costs included, and occupation will be from March 2021.

Sunningdale mountain view

Area features