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.

5 Rhodesia Road, Woodstock

5 Rhodesia Road, Woodstock

ZAR 1,400,000

Time to consider investing for the long term / Or your first home.. Find it here. Move in condition.

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.

10 Park Villa Road – Observatory

10 Park Villa Road – Observatory

ZAR 3,650,000

Outstanding Victorian house converted into a spacious, luxury home by the Swedish owner. Garage, parking, low-maintenance garden, water storage facilities, AirBnB room, central courtyard that can change into a conservatory with the click of a button, gracious living areas. Too many special features to mention..

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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