Cape Town, South Africa

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.

G6, 5 Howe – Observatory

G6, 5 Howe – Observatory

ZAR 2,850,000

Business premises consisting of offices and workshop space, with parking on the ground floor of this central complex with 24 hours’ manned security.

77 Arnold Street – Observatory

77 Arnold Street – Observatory

ZAR 2,650,000

Luxury living for the young family – parking and a private garden. Views of Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak every day.

Unit A21, 5 Howe Street – Observatory

Unit A21, 5 Howe Street – Observatory

ZAR 1,495,000

Lock-up-and-go, double volume loft apartment in the first floor of a mixed use building with a security guard on 24 hours duty. For living and / or business in central Observatory.

2 Pitt Street – Observatory

2 Pitt Street – Observatory

ZAR 1,375,000

Renovated cottage, ideal work-from-home property with little maintenance. Investment opportunity with tenant in place until 31 December 2021 at gross rental of ZAR 8900 per month.

14 Howe Street – Observatory

14 Howe Street – Observatory

ZAR 3,295,000

Large freestanding house with mountain views and garage, beautiful entertainer’s kitchen and private outside living areas. 5000 liters of water storage capacity. Walking distance to Spar and the local shops and restaurants. Move-in condition.

4 Arnold Street – Observatory

4 Arnold Street – Observatory

ZAR 4,150,000

A large family home with a private indigenous garden in front, and a garden with pool at the back. Ideal work from home, with staff quarters and a garage.

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.

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