The Western Cape’s Best Suburbs

The Western Cape’s Best Suburbs

Cape Town; it’s a city with a special allure and a beauty like few others. Many call it home and others call it an unforgettable holiday destination. Whatever your reason for being attracted to this mesmerising part of South Africa you’ll soon find yourself not wanting to leave.

Cape Town and its surrounding areas are a popular place to live and owning a private property in this gorgeous region is beneficial in many ways. South African properties of such value are scarce and if you’re lucky enough to find your dream home or holiday retreat you should grab it at once.

If you’re not sure where to look for your perfect property don’t worry as there are plenty of suburbs with great possibilities, amazing atmospheres and with a diverse set of cultures and sub-cultures suited for everyone.

Tamboerskloof:

This leafy suburb situated in the mother city is extremely popular and home to many Capetonians. Tamboerskloof offers apartments, duplexes and houses of all sorts. Price ranges vary to suite all wallets and investment possibilities in this suburb are amazing. Tamboerskloof forms part of the Cape Town City Bowl and is closely situated to Cape Town’s famous Clifton, Camps bay and Bakoven beaches. The area is mere minutes away from the city centre where you’ll find shopping centre, restaurants, boutique stores, schools and much more.

Durbanville:

Move away from the city centre – about 30 kilometres away that is – and you’ll find the suburb of Durbanville. This popular suburb is mostly home to families, singles and retirees. Properties here consist of houses, estates, apartments and duplexes. The area offers many great schools, shopping malls, restaurants, cafes and many other facilities. Durbanville offers a laid-back suburban life like no other and is a great place to raise your children in a safe and wholesome environment.

Camps Bay:

This affluent suburb of Cape Town attracts a large number of foreign visitors each year and is a favourite beach retreat for many Capetonians. The suburb is known for its pearly beaches, luxury restaurants and fun-filled night life. It’s an exciting place to live which offers many different property possibilities which are all great investments. For those wishing to raise their children next to the beach there are fantastic schools in the area to choose from.

Rondebosch:

Move to the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and you’ll find the area of Rondebosch. This suburb has an enchanting feel with many of the houses and buildings in the area being much older than Cape Town’s other suburbs. Rondebosch is also home to the world famous University of Cape Town where young minds from around the world come together in preparation for their future. The area offers some shopping malls, restaurants and boutique stores.

 

 

 

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