Own This View

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Own This Part Of The Winelands

-With Spectacular Views-

Historical johannesdal in the dwarsrivier valley


Plots available from R1,092,500 - R2,242,500 VAT Inc

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Set The Scene

Mentoor Mountain Estate, nestled against the Simonsberg and surrounded with panoramic views of Drakenstein and Jonkershoek mountains, is situated in the historical town of Johannesdal in the picturesque Dwarsrivier Valley, 10 kilometers from Stellenbosch. The Helshoogte scenic pass links Stellenbosch with the Mentoor Mountain Estate, in the heart of the Winelands premier Estates and fruit farms. 


At a Glance

  • Against Simonsberg with spectacular views of the Drakenstein mountains and Dwarsrivier Valley, adjacent to Simonsberg Nature Reserve.

  • Plots priced from R 1 092 500.00.

  • Plots sized from 421m2 to 1089 m2.

  • The architects considered the environmental surroundings and unique views in their modern contemporary designs of homes for the Mentoor Mountain Estate.

  • Five proposed plan types are available for a plot-and-plan option, a single or double story design.

  • Three or four bedrooms configurations.

  • Luxurious bathrooms.

  • Upscale kitchens and dining areas.

  • Spacious living areas.

  • Double garages.

  • Alternatively, you can have your own design based on the architectural guidelines provided.

  • Funding for plot and plan option is available through Mortgage Max, our preferred mortgage originator.


Click on these links to download documents:

Architectural Guidelines - Deed of Sale - Building Contract - Schedule of Costs


Explore Nature

The Dwarsrivier Valley where the town of Johannesdal is located, starts at the top of Helshoogte Pass and ends at the confluence of the Berg River, just past Solms Delta Estate. This area has many historic farms including Boschendal and Old Bethlehem Farm and newer ones such as Tokara, Thelema and Delaire Graff Estates where agriculture and tourism have been refined to a fine art and modern science while retaining the Cape Culture. Walking and cycling tracks offer access to the mountainside and river valley, allowing ample opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the area and learn more about the history.