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Western Cape

Cape Town, Wynberg

This suburb is quite unique, it has the largest number of historical buildings in South Africa. Situated approximately 13km south of Cape Town in one of the sought after suburbs of Cape Town, it is primarily a residential area and offers convenience, with amenities close by. The area is well served by public transport and has easy access to the M3 expressway. It also offers easy access to world-famous attractions such as the beaches of False Bay, the gardens of Kirstenbosch and the Constantia Wine Route. Why purchase in Wynberg Upper? The median value for property in Wynberg Upper in 2018 is R2 535 000. The suburb offers a range of freehold properties starting from...

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Cape Town, Constantia

Constantia is an upmarket area and is situated in the Western Cape, a few kilometres south of Table Mountain and the City Bowl. Constantia is one of the oldest townships of Cape Town and is famed for its beautiful scenery, lush hiking trails, golf courses, green belts and wine route. The first major estate, Groot Constantia, was established in 1684 by the Dutch Colonial Governor of Cape Town, Simon van der Stel. Today Constantia is home to 10 award-winning wine farms and has its own official wine route, many offering fine dining and family picnics with tables nestled under the giant Oak trees. The forest and rural atmosphere combined with the open spaces, picturesque...

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Cape Town, Harfield Village

Harfield Village is a vibrant, eclectic and highly desirable little piece of Cape Towns southern suburbs. Harfield is strong on character and on community. On busy second avenue there are some landmark restaurants and pubs. Brads grill is certainly one of Cape Towns best and busiest steak restaurants while a little higher up the road you have Banana Jam cafe which is a themed restaurant/pub and is famous for having the largest range of craft beer on tap in South Africa. They also have their own Brewery and host several beer related functions annually. But these are just two - There are many other diverse and interesting eateries, coffee shops, and pubs.... you are...

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Claremont

Claremont is situated in the heart of the southern suburbs of Cape Town. It is becoming an increasingly popular area due to its proximity to the city only approximately 9 km away; several highly regarded schools such as Bishops, SACS, Herschel and Westerford, as well as the University of Cape Town; excellent shopping in the popular Cavendish Square and surrounds, the famous Newlands cricket and rugby stadiums, a good selection of restaurants and coffee shops, and the Constantia Winelands. The central area of Claremont is experiencing extensive growth, both in commercial and residential property development. There is a noticeable increase in the construction of new...

Kenilworth

Kenilworth Upper is an old, established area in the southern suburbs, bordered by Claremont and Wynberg. There are a number of good schools in the area, such as Cedar House, Greenfields girls’ primary and Michael Oak Waldorf. Herschel Girls’ School, Springfield Convent and Western Province Boys Preparatory school are close by. Kenilworth is close to good shopping at the well-known Cavendish Square in Claremont. The CBD of Kenilworth is currently undergoing an upgrade, and there are a number of apartment blocks being built in the area. There are a few restaurants in the area, with Chart Farm nearby with its beautiful rose-picking facilities, and a casual...

Kirstenhof

Kirstenhof falls in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town in the Western Cape, set against the spectacular backdrop of the Constantiaberg Mountain, with the ocean and the famous vineyards of Constantia only a few kilometres away. Nearby wine farms include Constantia Glen, Steenberg Vineyards, Constantia Uitsig, Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachting, and Groot Constantia. Some of these have award-winning restaurants attached to them to complete the culinary experience to perfection.  The residential suburb of Kirstenhof is centrally situated near to a number of shopping centres, restaurants and tourist-friendly facilities. Neighbour to...

Lakeside

Lakeside neighbours Muizenberg, with the rugged Steenberg, Mountain of stone, towering in the backdrop and the Zandvlei in the foreground.  This is a highly sought after residential area and caters for a range of income levels, the upper end of which occupy homes along Bunker and Leicester Roads with superb views of the lakes, sea and the Hottentots-Holland Mountains in the distance. As you enter Lakeside, the Zandvlei trust has established a pavement garden that has not been without blooms since it was planted, and which indicates the edge of the wetlands. A quiet pathway passes a pond and there is a bench that overlooks the Nature Reserve.  Below...

Newlands

Steeped in history, dating back to the arrival of Willem van der Stel in the 1700's, who named it De Nieuwe Land, the leafy, upmarket Suburb of Newlands is world renowned as the home to SA Rugby and Cricket, and to the picturesque Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Nestled on the slopes of Table Mountain, Newlands is conveniently located to provide a completely integrated lifestyle for school, work, recreation, leisure, and shopping. Newlands comprises the quaint Newlands Village, with its beautiful boutiques, deli's and bakeries; Hiddingh; as well as Fernwood, which is the distinctive southern half bordering the suburb of Bishopscourt. Walk, run or...

Plumstead

The suburb is bordered to the East by the M5 expressway and to the West by the suburb of Constantia. Plumstead was developed on the site of an old VOC military camp some 13km south of Cape Town and, by 1823, was already a growing village. The Cape Town-Wynberg suburban railway reached Muizenburg on 15 December 1882 and included a station at Plumstead. Plumstead was first mentioned when, in 1762, a large portion of the land beyond Wynberg and the Constantia Valley was granted to the free burghers Hendrick Jergens and Johan Barrens, who were Dutch settlers. They called the land 'Rust' (Rest) and 'Werk' (Work). Twenty years later the land was granted to Hendrick...

 
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