Gauteng

Vanderbijlpark, Vaalview

Vaal River Just an hour's drive away from the frenetic pace of Johannesburg lies the Vaal River, the border between the economic hot spot that is Gauteng and the plains of the Free State.  The Vaal River boasts 57km of navigable waterways and is a popular getaway for city dwellers and water sports enthusiasts alike. Many of the most desirable properties in the area feature river frontage.  Both north-facing and south-facing stands and homes are available and the options range from apartments within sectional title estates through to expansive "gentleman's estates" covering multiple hectares. Whilst many of the properties dotted along the water's edge...

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KwaZulu Natal

Ballito

Ballito to Salt Rock Just to the north of Kwa Zulu Natal's Durban Metro lies an area referred to as the North Coast, also fondly nicknamed Dolphin Coast due to the frequent sightings of pods of dolphins frolicking in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The area is characterized by golden beaches, rolling fields of sugar cane, its tropical climate and holiday vibe. Ballito's history as a popular holiday destination started back in the 1950s but its popularity stretches back much further. Salt Rock, just slightly further up the coast, has been known as such as far back as the days of the legendary King Shaka, whose handmaidens would collect salt from...

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Margate

Margate & Uvongo Following the Kwa Zulu Natal coastline south-west of the Durban Metro one reaches the South Coast, stretching along 120km, from Scottburgh to Port Edward, along the shores of the Indian Ocean. The area, like much of the province is characterised by golden beaches, magnificent scenery, its tropical climate and holiday vibe. The area has also been nicknamed the Golf Coast due to the sheer number of golf courses in the area, many of which are ranked in the Top 100 courses in the country. Margate's was named after a fellow coastal resort town on the coast of Kent in the UK whilst Uvongo takes its name from the Vungu river which allegedly is derived...

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Umhlanga

Umhlanga & Umhlanga Rocks Umhlanga, Umhlanga Rocks and Umdloti are often collectively known as Kwa Zulu Natal's Sugar Coast, harking back to their sugar cane producing past. The area, also one of the country's most popular holiday destinations, is surging forward to becoming the new economic hub of Durban. The resort and residential town north of Durban and just south of King Shaka International Airport is renowned for its warm weather, golden beaches and a myriad of adventure and entertainment opportunities. Accommodation options range from one-bed apartments through to palatial beach-side mansions and owners range from permanent residents to holiday home owners...

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Western Cape

Cape Town, Bakoven

Bakoven In between the vibey glamour of Camps Bay and the Nature Reserve, lies nestled the more peaceful, but no-less-exclusive, suburb of Bakoven.  With the backdrop of the Twelve Apostles and bisected by Victoria Road, the suburb manages to retain a more village-like feel than its neighbouring Big Sister, and is characterised by its mix of luxurious homes and charming beach bungalows, many of which have breathtaking views, especially at sunset.   Beta Beach and Oudekraal are the two small local beaches most easily accessed on foot from the suburb and are enthusiastically looked after by local residents.  The area homes the longest-standing National Sea...

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Cape Town, Bishopscourt

Bishopscourt Bishopscourt - so-named as it is houses the official residence of the Archbishop of Cape Town -  is a small, exceedingly affluent, residential suburb in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. Bishopscourt is an easily accessible suburb, renowned for its spectacular mountain views, exquisite residences and their expansive grounds. This leafy, tree-lined suburb comprises of approximately 300-plus substantial family residences on large plots, generally exceeding an acre, with lush lawns and manicured gardens. The suburb  is sheltered from the South-Easterly winds in summer. It is located in close proximity to some renowned wine farms. Popular educational...

Cape Town, Camps Bay

Camps Bay It may be difficult to imaging the buzzing environment of  Camp's Bay today as the farmland it once was in the 1700s. The area's history as a leisure destination stretches back to Victorian times when the upper classes would venture out of the city to enjoy picnics on the beautiful stretch of beach backed by the splendour of the Twelve Apostles.  The appeal of the area has not only endured but rather exploded over time to now offer luxurious apartments and free-standing homes - all in the multi-million rand price range - with many offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, the mountains or both whilst being in the midst of a cosmopolitan...

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Cape Town, Cape Town City Centre

City Bowl / City Of Cape Town Cape Town is a coastal city on the southern tip of South Africa where worlds collide. This is where business, politics, tourism and pleasure all meet. Cushioned between the ocean and Table Mountain National Park is the City Bowl. The area is called home by a diverse community, houses head offices for both global and local corporations as well as Government parastatals. The City Bowl bustles with activity and diverse, unique retail opportunities abound. Food enthusiasts have a haven here too as many of the city's small alleys offer charming little eateries and coffee shops satisfying an endless array of gastronomic needs and...

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Cape Town, Claremont Upper

Claremont Certainly, one of the most popular suburbs of the Southern Suburbs, is  located just a 10-minute drive out of Cape Town City Center. This suburb is a hub of activity as this vibrant area is made up of commercial buildings and residential properties alike. With its origins dating as far back as the 18th century when the area was given its name, the houses are well known for their characteristic wooden floors and high ceilings. Having emerged over the years as one of the commercial hubs in Cape Town, much development has taken place in order to meet an ever-increasing need. Claremont is surrounded by a variety of golf clubs, luxury hotels and is...

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Cape Town, Clifton

Clifton Alleged to be one of the most expensive suburbs in South Africa, Clifton attracts property investment  from both international and local High-Networth-Individuals alike. Part of the suburbs appeal is based on its spectacular ocean vistas as well as its immensely popular four beaches: Clifton 1 through Clifton 4.  These beaches are unique in Cape Town, in that they are partially protected from the prevailing winds which affect the majority of the city. Another contributing factor is that this decadent coastal lifestyle can be realised whilst still being less than 10km away from Cape Town CBD. This small and extremely elite area is flanked by Camps...

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