Unit A10, 5 Howe Street – Observatory read more Walk through this property with my video tour More Features Plot Number: Plot Size: Floor Size: Monthly Rates: Present Rental Income: Availability: Observatory property – ZAR 1,295,000 – Apartments for sale in...
4 Ruddington Place, Bognor Road – Rosebank ZAR 1,700,000 On street 2 1 read more Walk through this property with my video tour More Features Plot Number: Sectional Title Plot Size: n/a Floor Size: 70 sq.meters Monthly Rates: ZAR 1975 Present Rental Income: n/a...
12 Perth Road – Observatory ZAR 2,950,000 Garage 3+2 1+2 read more Walk through this property with my video tour More Features Plot Number: 26518 Plot Size: 315 sq.meters Floor Size: 146 sq.meters Monthly Rates: ZAR 1450 Present Rental Income: ZAR 25,000 per...
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I specialize in Observatory, a suburb situated 10 minutes away from the city centre and Table Mountain.
It’s like living in a village in the middle of a city, where the streets are alive with a cosmopolitan mix of mostly young people associated with educational institutions - like the University of Cape Town - as well as first time home owners. Most of the houses are more than a 100 years old, in the Victorian style, in small and narrow streets. The high streets are Lower Main Road and Station Road. We have Devil’s Peak – part of the Table Mountain range – as our western border, with the Liesbeeck River and wetlands on the eastern end. On the northern side is the mostly Muslim suburb of Salt River, and on the south end, the real English suburb of Mowbray. Observatory consists of approximately 2000 houses, most of which are attached.
Our city is situated between mountains and the sea, offering a Mediterranean climate of warm, dry summers and moderate, rainy winters. It is particularly popular with people from the northern hemisphere who prefer to exchange their winters for our summer.
The population of approximately 4.5 million living in greater Cape Town is made up of diverse cultures and is affectionately referred to as the Rainbow Nation.
Cape Town is one of the seven most beautiful cities on earth
Just like God gave Rio de Janeiro a Sugar Loaf Mountain, and man put a huge statue of Christ on top of that city, God gave Cape Town a Table Mountain, and man put a cable car there, to take you to the top.
At the most south-western tip of Africa, the majestic Table Mountain towers over the city in a protective-like manner whilst the street life below bustles with colour and vibrancy.
Side-walk cafes and lively street markets make it an exciting place to spend your days. Not to mention the fine, white, sandy beaches.
Cape Town covers the Cape Peninsula, a mountainous area surrounded by unprecedented natural beauty, many beaches and the Atlantic Ocean.
Property values in here are up from 10% growth per annum in the 1990s to between 20% and 30% growth per annum since 2000.
Current prices compare very favorably with similar properties in other parts of the world.