The False Bay region in Cape Town is a picturesque idyllic residential suburb which is situated around a lagoon. This feature by itself is some indication that the suburb of Marina da Gama holds a status of exclusivity in the property market.
There are however some more affordable properties in Marina da Gama which will appeal to the middle-income groups or the younger generation starting off in the property market.
This is made possible by the number of apartments and townhouses available in Marina da Gama which is in high demand due to the stable growth in property values the suburb offers and the degree of status that comes from residing in the suburb.
Homes situated on the marina’s water edge will of course achieve higher selling prices than those further into the suburb and these homes are aesthetically appealing with architecture ranging from contemporary Mediterranean, Cape Dutch and conventional architecture.
The holiday rental market in Marina da Gama is a year round income generating source as Cape Town is a favoured destination for inland travellers and foreign tourists alike making this suburb the ideal haven.
The prime location of the suburb is another aspect which sets the standard in demand as it is close to Muizenberg, Simons Town and easy access to the Cape Town City Bowl.
Thus it is the ideal residential address for families that prefer the tranquillity on the doorstep of the Zandvlei Nature Reserve.
Major roads which connect to the various hubs are Baden Powell Drive into Muizenberg, Prince George Drive connecting to Plumstead and Wetton with its industrial hub and access to the N3 connecting to Kenilworth, Wynberg.
There are a number of popular schools servicing the suburb within easy access such as Sibelius High School, Zwaanswyk High School and Zwaanswyk Primary School.
Take a tour of the homes in Marina da Gama, Cape Town via the Myroof web-site.