Holiday or home, Muizenberg is a home owners paradise. This is due to a number of actors which appeals to a large market from permanent residents to the Mother City, pensioners and the second holiday home market. The rich history of Muizenberg and surrounding suburbs is yet another factor that may appeal to some in the market.
The architecture of Muizenberg is a time capsule of development of the suburb with homes dating back to the Colonial Dutch era with the ornate gables and grass thatch roofing to modern contemporary designs.
This is a factor which will draw a wide audience from young executives to renovators with the same market appreciation, of course with renovated period homes possibly having a higher demand factor.
For the second holiday home market the same factors apply and apartments or townhouses offer a bit more security in times when the properties are not in use.
Muizenberg’s property market is also not stagnant in terms of development as there are currently a number of security estates being developed which in turn also exposes the suburb as a whole and brings a newer architecture to the suburb.
Vacant stands are the other alternative for permanent residents and the second holiday home market where that dream home can be built and no expense needs to be spared as the market has not yet reached a value ceiling thus almost eliminating overcapitalization.
Tourists will not be bored as there is a long list of activities for the whole family and for residents there is the pleasure of a laid back lifestyle at the coast with some of the best views over False Bay.
All the important amenities like schools, malls commercial and industrial hubs are within easy access.
Here is a list of some nearby schools; Muizenberg High School, False Bay College Muizenberg Campus and George Whitfield College.
Take a tour of the homes in Muizenberg, Cape Town Peninsula via the Myroof web-site.