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Living the dream in the Valley of Life

Category Cape Town Property

Nestled between the Simonsberg and Groot Drakenstein mountain ranges and bisected by the Berg River, the lush Paarl-Franschhoek valley is one of the most

Bringing the jingle, jingle to Camps Bay home sellers

Category Cape Town Property

Since July, there has been an increase in property sales in these exclusive Atlantic Seaboard suburbs, sales have been flying

Spotlight on Durbanville

Category Cape Town Property

If you're looking for the best-value upmarket family homes in the Cape Town metro, you should head for Durbanville, which also offers a relaxed "country"

Spotlight on St Helena Bay

Category Cape Town Property

Historically notable for being the first place that Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama set foot in South Africa in 1497, St Helena Bay on the Cape West Coast

Spotlight on Wynberg

Category Cape Town Property

Like many parts of Cape Town, Wynberg started out as a farming area established in around 1683 to supply the Dutch East India ships calling at Table Bay on

Spotlight on Fish Hoek

Category Cape Town Property

The village of Fish Hoek lies at the eastern end of a long shallow valley that runs right across the Cape Peninsula and faces the warm Indian Ocean in False Bay

Spotlight on Kraaifontein

Category Cape Town Property

Kraaifontein lies to the north-east of Brackenfell and straddles the N1 towards Paarl. It was a separate municipality until being incorporated into the Cape

Drought-busting homes are winners for Cape luxury buyers

Category Cape Town Property

Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town where the extreme drought

Spotlight on Tamboerskloof

Category Cape Town Property

Set against the mountain slopes between Signal Hill and Lions Head, the suburb of Tamboerskloof is one of the most sought-after in Cape Town

Spotlight on Vredehoek

Category Cape Town Property

Although it contains several older landmark buildings such as Nazareth House and the Good Hope Seminary, the suburb of Vredehoek (which means “peaceful corner”)

 

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