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Young pioneers find tranquility in Barrydale

Young homebuyers have discovered the quiet charm of Barrydale, the gateway to the Klein Karoo, and are bringing new skills to the village.

Sales of new wildlife estate begin well

Sales of the first R40m phase of a Garden Route wildlife estate have begun in earnest

Swellendam riverine estate launched

To cater for the demand for homes in the Swellendam area, five 2200sqm pristine riverfront stands recently went on the market at Uitvlugt Riverine Reserve, a 42ha property just 5km outside Swellendam, with spectacular views of the Langeberg Mountains, indigenous riverine forest and fynbos and over 1km of private river frontage on the Breede River.

Pezulu launches new 28-plot country estate

Pezula Private Estate in Knysna has launched “The Country Estate at Pezula” comprising 28 north-facing plots averaging 5,000m² in size.

Devil's Peak stock is rare

Property24 10.12.2007

R7,5m Hout Bay B&B on market

Property24 04.12.2007
Devil's Peak stock is rare

There is an acute shortage of stock in Devil's Peak, but demand for properties in the area remains strong.

R7,5m Hout Bay B&B on market

A major property in Hout Bay, with a price tag of R7,5m, has just come on to the market.

Cape holiday homes in demand

Property24 30.11.2007
Cape holiday homes in demand

With the Cape tourist authorities predicting an influx of over 200,000 visitors this summer, estate agents are finding that interest in homes in resort areas is once again picking up.

Flooding impacts Garden Route Property Prices

Recent flooding in the southern Cape and along the popular Garden Route will have a serious short term impact upon the prices of affected properties, but is unlikely to result in a decline in general property values in the area.

WC estate gets new addition

Property24 27.11.2007
WC estate gets new addition

The Alphen Estate - home to the Alphen Hotel - in the Constantia Valley has a new addition.

Southern buyers look north to Brackenfell

Brackenfell in Cape Town's northern suburbs is drawing increasing numbers of homebuyers from the southern suburbs.

Worst is over in Overberg market

After one of its quietest months ever, the property market in the Overberg region is making a comeback with measurably rising interest in its new residential developments.


Even prior to the official on site launch (23 November 2007) of Phase 1 of the residential component of Thembokwezi Lifestyle Estate in Khayelitsha, over 70 interested buyers have been pre-screened to purchase units in this major development where 568 sectional title one and two bedroom units are located in double and three-storey complexes in a secure estate.

Wilderness hotel room on auction

A room in the Protea Hotel Resort in the Wilderness is to be auctioned on Thursday 22 November.


A newly launched 51 unit luxury residential development - "Chambertin" - will allow buyers to tap into the conveniences and amenities offered by the Burgundy Estate suburb at the foot of the Tygerberg Mountains.

Guest house in Hermanus on offer

A guest house in Hermanus which fronts directly onto the old 16th green of the Hermanus Golf Course, has come on to the market.

City Bowl is a convenient choice

Why do so many people want to move to Cape Town City Bowl?

Phase one of CT project on stream

Phase one of a Rondebosch development in Cape Town is now nearing completion, and construction of a second phase is due to commence in 2008.

Record price achieved for open stand in Clifton

An open stand in Cape Town’s Clifton area has been sold for R11,25 million, in what is believed to be the highest price per square metre ever achieved for undeveloped property in South Africa.

Clifton plot fetches record price

An open stand in Cape Town’s Clifton area has been sold for R11.25m to an unnamed American investor, in what is believed to be the highest price per square metre for undeveloped property in SA.


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