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Buy and Sell Property & Real Estate in and around Observatory, Cape Town, South Africa

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Werner Property Agents specializes in the marketing and selling of property in and around the trendy, old Victorian suburb of Observatory, Cape Town. We list, market and sell selected Cape Town properties to a South African, and International market.

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Werner Property Agents are targeting local buyers through networking with our clients and by advertising in local newspapers, like the Argus and Cape Times, and Community Papers, distributed free to homes in this area.

29 Robins Road – Observatory

29 Robins Road – Observatory

ZAR 2,100,000

Modernized, sun-filled cottage – 2 bedrooms – immaculate, with separate entrance flat, and tenants that would love to stay for at least another year. (Rental = ZAR 11,770 per month)

6 Arnold Street – Observatory

6 Arnold Street – Observatory

ZAR 3,650,000

Freestanding family home immaculate, with gardens and gardens and parking; private and secure luxury living.

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

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