The town of Gordon’s Bay in the Western Cape is set in the most picturesque setting one could ask for. The laid back lifestyle that goes with the towns of the Western Cape coast adds to the demand for homes in the town and suburbs.
The mixed property use comprises townhouses, apartments, freehold homes and clusters. These all attract a broad market, seeking stable growth in property value and the idyllic setting. This also makes full use of the vistas to the azure blue sea and out towards False Bay and Table Mountain in the distance.
Gordon’s Bay is a well-established town with a number of suburbs to choose from.
Property values in the town indicate a middle-class income group with a number of upmarket homes which drive the market ceiling.
The use of property in the town offers various opportunities including holiday home investments which are popular with local and up-country buyers and investors. The rental income of apartments as well as town-house fares well in this market segment. Especially with a high degree of demand all year round from tourists abroad wanting to explore the Western Cape wine farms and white beaches which surround the town and region.
For tourists and permanent residents all the important amenities are easily accessible on the major and minor roads which highlight the prime location of the suburb and it’s purely residential property use.
The town is self-sustaining with a number of commercial and industrial hubs which are crucial to the demand, stability and growth of the property market.
There are a number of popular schools that service the town and suburbs such as Summerstrand College, Loreto Primary School, Boston House College and Strand High School.
The major roads offer access to other suburbs and towns like Cape Town, Somerset West and the Overberg with roads like the N2, Old Main Road and Sir Lowry’s Pass.
There are a great number of malls in and close to the town such as Old Cape Mall, Nedbank Somerset Mall and Aqua Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Gordon’s Bay and its suburbs via the Myroof web-site.