The prestigious suburbs of Blouberg are a high demand region which offers a lot of potential in terms of property investment and use.
One of the suburb that fall into this category is Bloubergrant which is also defined as a prestigious suburb.
At first glance Bloubergrant appears to be an idyllic holiday resort with the number of apartment buildings and contemporary designed homes. Something almost similar to Mykonos in Greece which is part of the architectural aesthetics mixed with more conventional and functional residential homes.
So firstly buyers from within Cape Town seek property in Bloubergrant for the exclusivity status and secondly for the growth in property value due to the high demand and the extended market of second holiday homes and apartments and not discounting the holiday rental market which is a lucrative all year round income generating asset with local tourists as well as foreign tourists. The other factor which appeals to most people residing or visiting Bloubergrant is of course the laid back cosmopolitan lifestyle.
With the revival of the status symbol of apartments it is obvious that the market in Bloubergrant is highly competitive and apartments have a lot to offer in term of in house facilities like private gyms, lap pools and spas.
The other factor contributing to demand for property in Bloubergrant is the large number of highly rated hotels which give the suburb added exposure to a demanding market.
For permanent residents the suburb is in a prime location with ideal access to commercial hubs, malls, industrial hubs and schools.
Table View, Montague Gardens, Marconi Beam and Paarden Eiland are within easy access on the major freeways.
Schools which service Bloubergrant are Blouberg Ridge Primary School, Bloubergrand High School and West Coast Christian School.
Residents to Bloubergrant are spoilt for choice with the number of exclusive malls such as Bayside Mall, Canal Walk Shopping Centre and Tableview Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Bloubergrant via the Myroof web-site.