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In Cape Town's most popular neighbourhoods

Cape Town is a city with many faces and a large mix of areas. However, all Cape Town connoisseurs agree that the best suburbs to live in are along the 'Atlantic Seaboard' – right on the coast. The most exciting of these are Sea Point and De Waterkant.

The magazine 'Time Out' named Cape Town the second best city in the world while calling Sea Point the coolest neighbourhood in South Africa and the second coolest one in the whole of Africa. This area has undergone an incredible metamorphosis in recent years. Numerous hip restaurants and cafés are located along the Main Street. The kilometre-long promenade on the seafront is a wonderful place to walk, jog or cycle and watch the sun 'disappear’ into the sea at sunset.


De Waterkant is just as attractive. The suburb is in the centre of the city but still has the charm of a small village. The neighbourhood is famous for its houses with their colourful façades, which are always included in any advertisement for Cape Town. Small boutiques as well as charming cafés and restaurants give the village atmosphere an urban touch.

In both suburbs, many things can be done on foot, which is particularly appreciated by European travellers. Sea Point and De Waterkant are considered safe neighbourhoods by Cape Town standards, with a very relaxed attitude to life. Both penthouses as well as the townhouse are centrally located in these two trendy suburbs and yet are in peaceful locations. You are a few steps away from all the hustle and bustle - but are still able to enjoy plenty of peace and quiet. Truly the best of both worlds!

Centrally situated for exploring the region

As well as being extremely popular, Sea Point and De Waterkant are an ideal location from which to explore Cape Town and surrounding areas. Top attractions such as the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Table Mountain, Lion's Head and Signal Hill, as well as areas such as Green Point, Gardens and the city centre, are all just a few minutes drive away. The magnificent beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are also within easy reach.

From Sea Point and De Waterkant, it’s easy to explore numerous other must-see destinations such as the Cape Peninsula, Simon’s Town with its nearby penguin colony and Cape Point. There are also countless wine estates, unique historic towns like Stellenbosch and Franschhoek and the kilometre-long beach at Bloubergstrand with its famous view of Table Mountain.

How to get to Cape Town?


There are good flight connections to Cape Town from Europe, North America, the Gulf region and Asia. The airport is about 20 kilometres from the city centre. We recommend booking a private shuttle, Uber or licensed taxi to your accommodation. The journey takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes depending on traffic.


Both penthouses have reserved, secure parking in private underground garages with direct access to lifts. The townhouse is located in a neighbourhood with a residents' parking permit, which you will be provided with.

Public transport


Both penthouses have reserved, secure parking in private underground garages with direct access to lifts. The townhouse is located in a neighbourhood which has residents' parking permits and these will be provided on arrival. 

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