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This 2,912sq m property in Kwaaiwater in Hermanus is selling at R18,5m

Prime properties in Hermanus in the Western Cape are fetching excellent prices.

Home on Witsand’s ‘Platinum Mile’ offers great position on Breede River

The picturesque coastal village of Witsand is hidden away from crowds, crime, noise and pollution. Situated at the Breede River mouth where it runs into the Indian Ocean, Witsand offers some breathtaking views over the Breede River estuary, St Sebastian Bay, the Potberg range which runs into the Indian Ocean at Cape Infanta, and the Langeberg mountains to the north. Jo Attenborough of Seeff Witsand says that the village has been discovered by foreigners and ex-residents from Cape Town, Hermanus, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Durban and Gauteng.

Luxury apartment market still surging ahead in Atlantic Seaboard

Notwithstanding the National Credit Act, which has specifically had a tangible impact on sections of the market which are very ‘bond approval-sensitive’, in the luxury apartment market in Cape Town and on the Atlantic Seaboard sales continue to be very strong, reports Ian Slot, MD of Seeff City Bowl, CBD and Atlantic Seaboard

St Helena Bay guest house on offer

A guest house in St Helena Bay on the West Coast has just come on to the market.

CT makes Rms from property disposal

Brenda Nkuna Property24 02.11.2007
Good value in CT's Lower Constantia

Prices of homes in Lower Constantia still represent good value, especially in comparison to those of Upper Constantia – but the gap is narrowing.

CT makes Rms from property disposal

The City of Cape Town hopes to make about R100-million through its programme of putting unused municipal land out to tender, according to Simon Grindrod, the mayoral committee member for economic, social development and tourism.

Landmark Cape hotel on sale

Property24 02.11.2007
Landmark Cape hotel on sale

This small, luxurious and privately owned boutique hotel Sugar in Cape Town's Green Point area is on the market at R15,75m. The hotel is set on the main boulevard between the city and Sea Point, with views across the V&A Waterfront to the ocean.

Swellendam faces shortage of affordable housing

Strong demand from lifestyle buyers in the picturesque town of Swellendam in the Western Cape has pushed property prices beyond the reach of many local buyers. Although the new National Credit Act has put a slight damper on sales, demand from lifestyle buyers is still strong, says Laura Clack, area specialist for leading local agency Homenet Overberg.

Demand solid in leafy Pinelands

Myproperty 30.10.2007

Record Waterfront sale

The Property Magazine 29.10.2007
Demand solid in leafy Pinelands

Pinelands, a leafy suburb near Cape Town's CBD, continues to attract a wide range of buyers thanks to its central position and good property value.

Record Waterfront sale

Juliette 702, a 416m² penthouse at the V & A Waterfront, was recently sold by Nafeesa Mohamed of Fine & Country V&A Waterfront for R18.25 million. This is the highest amount ever achieved for this type of penthouse in the Marina and it was sold within just four weeks of being listed.

Atlantic Seaboard prices grow fast

Joan Muller Property24 26.10.2007
Garden Route reflects sound investment return for home buyer

The internationally renowned Garden Route remains high on home buyers' priority lists, being an area with high appeal and excellent investment potential - whether they are seeking a permanent home, holiday getaway, pure property investment or a home to retire to either now or in the future, says Louis van Niekerk, regional manager for Pam Golding Properties.

Atlantic Seaboard prices grow fast

Property buyers who have their sights set on a luxury apartment in swanky Victoria Road in Cape Town's Bantry Bay/Clifton area will no longer find much for less than R70k/sq m.

CT and its hotels celebrated

Property24 23.10.2007

2010 to renew Mother City

I-Net Bridge The Times 23.10.2007
CT and its hotels celebrated

The Mother City having come in eighth in a list of the 100 best over-all cities has caused some crowing to be heard from Cape Town's mayoral committee (Mayco).

2010 to renew Mother City

Cape Town inner city property prices and rentals will be boosted by the 38 billion rand package to build support structures for the 2010 World Cup, a new report showed.

Khayelitsha estate well under way

The Property Magazine 08.10.2007
Khayelitsha estate well under way

Construction of the 10 hectare Thembokwezi Lifestyle Estate in Khayelitsha in the Cape Town metro area is well under way.

CT's Intaba handovers in progress

The redevelopment of the former Norwich office blocks in Claremont, Cape Town into Harlequin Duck's 'Intaba' and 'The Terraces' have attracted so much attention they are being seen as the new landmarks in the area.

R9.8m for historic St James mansion

A piece of Cape and South African history has come onto the market in St James on Cape Town's South Peninsula. The historic home is one of the most sought-after properties in the hamlet, dating back to the turn of the last century, and is priced at R9.8 million.

Last Alphen Estate units released

The last three luxury development homes on CT's Alphen Estate have now been released for sale - all the other units were sold over 12 months ago.

Property prices soar in Port Alfred

Simpiwe Piliso The Times 03.04.2007
Property prices soar in Port Alfred

Gauteng and Western Cape buyers are snapping up holiday homes in Port Alfred, which has become a sought after retreat by South Africa’s rich and famous.


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