From the R44, the Webersvallei Road meanders through historic Jamestown and its unique, tranquil surrounds to reach a breathtaking jewel: Aan de Weber.

The character of this rural outpost is steeped in a history that is still evident today. On 1 May 1902 – shortly after the Boer War – Rhenish missionary Jacob Weber and local businessman, James Rattray, acquired two sections of the farm then known as Blaauwklip. Original housing was built next to the unique narrow waterway erven that flowed outwards from the Webersvallei Road. The rural village that sprang up to the south was called Jamestown.

Aan de Weber offers her prospective residents one of the last opportunities to snap up a new address in the sought after surrounds of Stellenbosch. It is widely acknowledged that there is a rapidly dwindling supply of suitable land for property development in the area:

  • Situated off the R44, between Stellenbosch and Somerset West;
  • Just seven minutes from the historic centre of Stellenbosch;
  • A quick five minute drive to Mediclinic;
  • A stone’s throw from the Stellenbosch Square shopping centre (including a petrol station);
  • Somerset West, with its ample shopping mall, is just 15 minutes away;
  • Numerous schools just around the corner!
  • De Zalze Golf Estate is ‘over the road’, while the well known Techno Park is a mere three minutes drive away.