Western Cape

Cape Town

Leapfrog offers an excellent range of Cape Town properties to suit all tastes. With its own distinct charm and culture, the Cape Town City Centre embraces all that is historical about South Africa. The Dutch settlers came to the Cape of Good Hope and established a trading station here under the magnificent Table Mountain and within the embrace of Table Bay that provided access to world trading routes. Cape Town is host to the South African Parliament, as well as the renowned Cape Town International Convention Centre and CBD area that brings many international visitors to the city each year. The City Bowl is diverse and offers various lifestyles to cater for all...

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Cape Town City Bowl

Cape Town city centre property is fast becoming some of the most sought after real estate in Cape Town and not just for business owners. City Bowl real estate is almost as much residential as it is commercial and many people are attracted to the prospect of taking advantage of city centre living. Modern apartment blocks are turning the Cape Town CBD into a world class residential city, which is unsurprising when one considers the natural beauty of the area and the prevalence of popular amenities. Cape Town city centre property sits in the shadow of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders and looks out over the working harbour which is now a popular...

Edgemead

Municipality: City of Cape Town Edgemead and surrounding suburbs: Edgemead, Monte Vista, Plattekloof Glen, Panorama, Welgelegen, Kleinbosch, Burgundy Estate, Richwood, Bothasig Coordinates: 33.8727° S, 18.5433° E Edgemead population (census 2011): 9 884 Leapfrog Office Contact Details Owner (Leapfrog Property Group Edgemead): Dave Muller Contact numbers:  021 559 7152 Email address: edgemead@leapfrog.co.za  Centrally located with great variety Edgemead and surrounding properties offer an attractive investment opportunity to first-time buyers and property moguls alike, since real estate in this popular area in the northern suburbs of...

Fish Hoek

This wonderful coastal town in at the Eastern end of the Fish Hoek Valley was once part of a separate municipality called South Peninsula Municipality, but today forms part of the City of Cape Town. Fish Hoek is a popular choice as residence for commuters, retired citizens and also sees a lot of holidaymakers. In Fish Hoek, properties are affordable, safe and promise a coastal living like no other. Fish Hoek's traditional industries of ‘trek' fishing and angling are just as popular as Fish Hoek's leisure activities of surfing, sailing and sunbathing. Fish Hoek is a convenient 30 kilometres from the centre of Cape Town. For commuters this route...

Goodwood

Goodwood property offers an attractive investment opportunity to first time buyers and property moguls as Goodwood real estate ranges from modestly priced small houses to more expensive large family homes. Goodwood property is conveniently placed for both business and leisure as it is close to the beaches of Table View and the famous cape wine lands, while being serviced by major transport routes into and out of Cape Town city centre, the N2 the N1 and the N7 make Goodwood property desirable for the busy traveller. There are several different types of Goodwood houses available and buyers can expect to pay anything from R500 000 to well over a million depending on...

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Gordons Bay

Gordon’s Bay was named after the remarkable Robert Jacob Gordon, born in 1743 – a soldier in the Dutch defense force, of Scottish origin. He discovered Gordon’s Bay in 1773 whilst undertaking a botanical expedition.  When one approaches Gordon’s Bay from the Stand the huge GB sign and anchor are visible on the southern side of the Steenbras Mountain. This is the emblem of the original General Botha SA Nautical College. Today it is the emblem of the SA Naval College, which is located in a section of the Gordon’s Bay harbour. In 1987, with the kind permission of the SA Navy, the GB anchor also became the emblem of Gordon’s...

Hermanus

Located on the southern coast of the Western Cape Province, Hermanus is known as the world's foremost land based whale watching destination. Hermanus property is a thriving investment opportunity and is especially popular for purchasing holiday properties. Hermanus real estate has in recent years expanded the town immensely, yet it still succeeds in keeping its fisherman's village charm. Hermanus is a town located between gorgeous, luscious mountains and on the other side the sea. Hermanus living has all the necessary amenities. The town centre has shopping malls, many wonderful restaurants and for those wanting to live in Hermanus permanently the town...

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Kommetjie

The suburb of Kommetjie is situated half way down the west coast of the Cape Peninsula at the southern end of the beautiful long beach that's situated at the northern side of Chapman's Peak and Noordhoek. The name Kommetjie is the Afrikaans word for "small basin" as the village is situated around a natural, small and rocky inlet that looks kind of like a basin. Kommetjie is a famous surf spot for locals, because the big waves rise up over the rocky reefs making the waves exceptionally good for surfing. Kommetjie is also a popular crayfish spot, but in recent years the restrictions on catching them have gotten stricter. Kommetjie promises...

Koringberg

The Swartland hamlet of Koringberg is only 110km from Cape Town, just an hour's drive on the N7, between Malmesbury and Picketberg. Yet, short as the distance is, the difference in lifestyle is generational! There is almost a time warp back to the 1900's with its distinctive Victorian style of architecture and slow, reclusive pace of life. The charm of the village lies in an absence, a void, in what it does not have. What is not there is more important and attractive to the inhabitants than what is there. No traffic, no noise, no shopping malls, no stress! The hamlet boasts an impressive church, a Post Office situated in a double storey building next to the...

Kraaifontein

Kraaifontein is situated North of Cape Town and due to the rapidly expanding Cape Town Metropole and is now considered a suburb of the mother city. Kraaifontein property is good for those looking for an investment as the City slowly expands North wards or for those looking for a quiet, relaxed lifestyle while staying within easy commuting distance of the city.   The value of Kraaifontein real estate has been climbing steadily as the town has continued to grow and as Cape Town has grown closer to the town. Kraaifontein property is proving popular with investors able to see the potential growth in the small town. All essential amenities are available in...

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