Many of the Cape Town Southern suburbs are either exclusive or prestigious. This is obvious from the property values, their sizes, architecture and location.
The southern suburbs have commanded much of the Cape Town market for centuries and the appeal comes from the factors listed above.
The prime location of Bishopscourt reaches to universities, schools, industrial and commercial hubs and then universities.
The historical age of these magnificent homes contributes to the general property values as many are or have been in families for generations and fittings and fixtures have been preserved or restored like the Teak wood flooring or the pressed ceilings and the estate like grounds many of the homes rest upon. The other factor which has a long term growth influence on many of the properties in Bishopscourt is the famous architects that have designed the homes adding a further stamp of exclusivity to the homes.
A mixture of contemporary architecture has also attracted a younger executive market with families seeking the prestige and tranquillity of Bishopscourt with is truly familial feel.
The sedate pace of life is more pronounced in Bishopscourt because it is primarily a residential suburb with a demand not expressly driven by holiday and a tourism influx during peak holiday seasons.
There are also still a number of vacant stands in Bishopscourt which will be a huge saving as opposed to investing in an existing home if the appeal is to have your own ideas expressed in the home of your dreams.
Major roads which highlight the prime location of Bishopscourt are roads such as the M3 connecting to commercial hubs In Cavendish Square and to the northern suburbs.
Of course a suburb as prestigious as Bishopscourt will have access to the more prestigious schools. Here is a list of some of those schools; Wynberg Boys’ High School, Herschel Girls’ School, International School of Cape Town and Wynberg Girls’ High School.
Take a tour of the homes in Bishopscourt, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.