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As Sandton continues to expand and grow as South Africa’s leading commercial business district, its property market has flourished alongside it. Described as a sophisticated district this area is home to the leaders in financial investment, commerce and industry. Sandton is made up of several sought-after suburbs where residents enjoy all the luxury and conveniences of a metropolitan city. Sandhurst Sandhurst is the wealthiest suburb in Sandton and one of the most exclusive in the country. Home to the creme de la creme of society, Sandhurst also boasts some of the most expensive real estate around. With sizable homes and quiet neighbourhoods, this area...


Western Cape

Atlantic Seaboard

Due to its likeness to the beauty and the mild climate of the coastal regions of Southern France and Northern Italy, the Atlantic Seaboard is often referred to as Cape Town’s Riviera. Stretching from the Western side of V&A Waterfront to the tip of the peninsula, this area is known for being the most exclusive and sought-after residential area of the Western Cape. Home to several exclusive suburbs, each with it's own unique character, the Atlantic Seaboard provides residents with dazzling ocean views and all the conveniences of a luxurious lifestyle.   Bakoven   Named by Dutch explorers, after a large boulder on its shoreline (which...



Located on the shores of Table Bay is the picturesque Cape Town suburb of Blouberg. Also referred to as Bloubergstrand - which directly translates into ‘blue mountain beach’ - it is easy to see why it is known as such. The waters of the South Atlantic Ocean borders Blouberg to the West and offers views of Robben Island in the distance.  Suburbs The three main areas in Blouberg, include Parklands, Bloubergstrand and Table View. Here you will find a healthy mix of residential properties ranging from spacious family homes to quaint lock-up-and-go apartments in secure residential complexes.  Parklands Forming part of the...


Cape Town City Bowl

The Cape Town City Bowl is located in the natural amphitheatre made by Table Mountain, while outlined by the beautiful Table Bay, Signal Hill, Lion’s Head and Devils Peak. Due to this area’s accessibility and central location, the City Bowl is home to Cape Town’s CBD, harbour and the financial centre of the Western Cape.  City Centre The heart of the Mother City, embraced by the foothills of Table Mountain, Cape Town’s City Centre is one of the only major business districts in the entire country that has not succumbed to urban decay and the relocation of major companies. Over the past decade, this node has experienced exponential...

Southern Suburbs

The Southern Suburbs of Cape Town can be found resting at the base of Table Mountain, which creates an impressive setting for this part of the city. Characterised by its leafy streets, lined with a mix of grand family homes, charming cottages and apartment buildings - this area is hugely popular amongst students at the University of Cape Town and several other tertiary institutions which are located here.    Constantia   Established in 1685, Constantia is one of the oldest settlements in Cape Town and is widely renowned for its wine production. This upmarket suburb lies a mere 15 km from the heart of the Mother City but still remains quiet, surrounded...

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