The Southern Atlantic Ocean of the Cape Town waters has been the main source of property development and more so for prestigious property development for some time.
From the general median property values it is obvious to see that it is a lucrative long term investment market and will continue its upward momentum in the foreseeable future as demand has not slowed down.
Another of the Atlantic Seaboard gems is the exclusive suburb of Bloubergstrand. As a residential suburb the location is ideal, with the benefit of commercial property adding to the diversity of the suburbs market.
The younger age of Bloubergstrand means the architecture is in keeping with current trends and compared to say Clifton, Bantry Bay or Fresnaye which means the architecture is contemporary with styles like Mediterranean, Tuscan and some a bit more conventional, and not overwhelming and intrusive on the coastal setting.
When the advertisement for property in Bloubergstrand is read it will often say the views are spectacular and this is true as Bloubergstrand offers distant defined views of Table Mountain and homes in the right location offer views of the historical Robben Island and of course the prime focal point being the world famous kite surfing beach and the blue Atlantic waters.
All these features add to the general property values in Bloubergstrand then of course there is access to all the important amenities like schools malls, commercial and industrial hubs along many of the major roads. This means the suburb is a fully fledged residential suburb with the major benefit of being a year round tourist destination. The fact should not be overlooked for investors in the rental market and the holiday apartment rental market as local and foreign tourists will pay the current rates with a smile.
Malls are all within easy access as is entertainment venues like the famous Blue Peter Hotel, Tableview Mall and Parklands Junction.
Take a tour of the homes in Bloubergstrand, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.