KwaZulu Natal


DURBAN The city of Durban is rich in culture, warmth and personality. The view of the city from the bay on a blue afternoon is breathtaking. The gorgeous beaches and hills rising behind the city borders is an amazing sight. The raw beauty has guaranteed that Durban has and always will be a favored destination for both local and international visitors. The warm climate and gorgeous beaches are a major attraction for locals, holidaymakers and tourists. As the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal, Durban is one of the country’s major tourism spots and has so much to offer whether you are looking for fun in the sun, culture, sport, adventure or quiet solitude. Today,...



EMPANGENI Empangeni’s subtropical climate makes Empangeni a perfect all year-round holiday destination for everyone. Despite being a developing modern town, Empangeni has managed to maintain its original small town charm and al tourist and locals can expect to be treated to warm and friendly hospitality. The local museum offers a look at the history of the sugar pioneers who forged the path of development in Empangeni with the opening of the mill in 1911 and other exhibits include Zulu culture and art displays. The arts and crafts centre allows all visitors to witness the making of authentic Zulu crafts, taste traditional Zulu cuisine and purchase charming...


Richards Bay

RICHARDS BAY The busy town of Richards Bay began as a makeshift harbour set up by a Commodore of the Cape, Sir Frederick Richards during the Anglo-Boer War of 1879 and settlement sprang up around a port now named after Richards. The town is vibrant holiday destination offering the most beautiful scenery and beaches. It is one of the closest sea destinations from Gauteng and enjoys a summer climate all year round. The tourism industry of this region is flourishing. The commercial and industrial development of Richards Bay has been a bonus for tourists and holiday makers. The business center has every modern facility and the town has excellent recreational...

Western Cape

Atlantic Seaboard

The Atlantic Seaboard is regarded as the priceless gem of the Cape coastline, stretching from the world renowned Victoria & Alfred Waterfront to the white sandy beaches of Hout Bay. The spectacular seaside living has been hailed as one of the most highly sought after and treasured areas of real estate on the African continent. Enjoy unforgettable sunsets, endless ocean and mountain views along this magnificent stretch of coast. The drive to Llandudno and Hout Bay offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, Lions Head and the Twelve Apostles. Invest in Atlantic Seaboard  property. Choose from the upmarket Western Cape property areas of  Sea Point,...



BELLVILLE Bellville is a thriving suburb of Cape Town with many small businesses and beautiful residential areas.  Bellville is home to the famous Tyger Valley shopping centre hosting a huge variety of shops and recreational facilities.  The  open air Willowbridge Shopping centre is a big attraction boasting the popular Willowbridge Slow Market, to mention a few of the malls and shopping centres in this area.  With plenty of restaurants and entertainment venues including the must see Barnyard Theatre! Being such a large and variable residential area, it is safe to say that there are many primary and high schools, not to mention...



BLOUBERG These long-established, reputable and honest real estate professionals will help with any residential Western Seaboard property transaction in this beautiful area. The Western Seaboard is the undiscovered property gem in South Africa’s Western Cape – easy access to the CBD, with all amenities, low crime, and a fine balance between ages as well as permanent and holiday residents. Add spectacular beaches, sunsets and views, with Western Seaboard properties at a fraction of the prices you find elsewhere in the Western Cape; and you can see why it has been one of the fastest growing residential areas in the country – and a sound investment...



  Brackenfell real estate is popular in Cape Town as the suburb has been steadily expanding over the last few years – becoming one of the most sought after areas to settle in for families and singles alike. This northern suburb has an advantage in that it is the ideal location for a variety of reasons. Not only is it considered a gateway to some of the most beautiful Winelands in Cape Town, it is also situated perfectly between the bustling CBD and some of the city’s most beautiful beaches. Many people who choose Brackenfell property as a base enjoy the advantages of being close to all the amenities they could possibly need, while still having a...


Cape Town City Bowl

The City Bowl lies nestled in the arms of Table Mountain, appropriately earning its name.  It offers a host of attractions, which appeal to both locals and tourists. Enjoy a scenic drive and picnic on Signal Hill, or venture on a walk up Lion’s Head. The journey in the cable car to the top of Table Mountain is a fantastic experience, where views and scenery are quite exquisite. The drive over Kloof Nek to Camps Bay, Llandudno and Hout Bay is rather spectacular, with luxurious properties to your left as you drive down over the Nek, and spectacular ocean views to your right., making this a truly world class destination. Drive in the other direction and you...



SOUTHERN SUBURBS The Constantiaberg as it is known, is located in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and consists of a number of popular residential suburbs that are located in the Constantia Valley, namely Constantia, Tokai, Bergvliet, Meadowridge, Zwaanwyk and Kirstenhof – all offering outstanding real estate investment opportunities. There is a wide property variety for any owner or investor as the property mix includes free-standing residential homes, up market townhouse complexes and apartments, retirement homes and small holdings. There are many and diverse shopping facilities in close proximity to all the  suburbs in the valley including the...


DURBANVILLE Durbanville property has become highly sought after, located in the residential areas of the Northern Suburbs of the Cape Town Metropolitan area. Centrally situated, Durbanville is approximately 28km from central Cape Town, a twenty minute drive from Blaauwberg beach and close to the towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl, Malmesbury and Wellington. Purchasing property in Durbanville, whether for residential or commercial purposes, would be a great investment. Durbanville is relatively small in comparison to the rest of the city but is considered one of the fastest growing towns in South Africa and, as an add-on, the picturesque avenues are filled with...


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