Mowbray is situated in Cape Town's southern suburbs and was established in 1853 on the farm Welgelegen which is situated at Liesbeek River.
Mowbray is a well-established suburb of Cape Town which is very locally situated in terms of major routes, public transport and amenities.
The attraction and demand for the suburb springs further from its proximity to the various teaching institutions like UCT, Rhodes University and Groote Schuur teaching hospital.
The suburb was laid out at the foot of Devils Peak which can provide some spectacular views from the rightly situated homes.
The amenities and schools which are in and around Mowbray are Mowbray College, Rhodes High School, St Georges Preparatory School, St Cyprian’s School and Damelin College.
Mowbray also offer a few malls in close proximity including Pinelands Mall, Newlands Shopping Centre, Blue Route Mall and Kenilworth Mall.
The benefit of residing in Mowbray is that there is a reasonably large commercial hub in Mowbray which is defined by the Liesbeek River.
Mowbray also offer a few attractions and landmarks, such as the Mowbray Golf Course, Rhodes Memorial and the V&AWaterfront.
Tourist attractions are also ample, including Rondebosch Potters Market, Mostert’s Mill and the Irma Stern Museum.
Mowbray is located close to large industrial hubs, including Epping1 & 2, Maitland, Ndabeni, Paardeneiland and Salt River.
Investing in a property in Mowbray is a sound business venture with stable growth driven by demand for quality homes, location and a sense of exclusivity derived from the northern suburbs.
The added advantage of a seaside home without the bustle is rewarding with beaches like Green Point and Table Bay or even Muizenberg being close enough to not be an inconvenience.
Take a tour of properties on offer in the Cape Town suburbs via the MyRoof website.