Sandy Bay in the Western Cape has been a tourist destination for as long as time. White sunny beaches and sunbathers enjoy gracing the azure blue sea.
Sandy Bay is synonymous with Chapman’s Peak Drive that connects Hout Bay with Cape Town. It was also this road that brought development to the region of the mountain covered in indigenous fynbos.
Arguably some of South Africa’s most exclusive and expensive seaside property is located at Sandy Bay, Camps Bay and Llandudno, even by comparing to the exclusive golf and lifestyle estates that have become fashionable and high demand properties of late.
The benefits of owning property in places like Sandy Bay are multiple. Firstly it is an up market growth investment and secondly the property serves as a holiday destination with the exclusivity tag and the sea views situated in what is arguably some of South Africa’s most pristine settings, Table Mountain and the sea with white beaches.
Being a residential suburb it is well established and thus there are schools in and in close proximity to the area. Some of the schools are Llandudno Primary School, International School of Hout Bay and Heilbron Hospitality School.
Malls in and close to Sandy Bay include Mariners Wharf (for fresh fish at Hout Bay Harbor), The V&A Waterfront Mall and Cape Town City Bowl.
Tourist attractions close to Sandy Bay are World of Birds, The V&A Waterfront, The Castle and Table Mountain Hiking Trails.
Sandy Bay beach is a secluded white sandy beach which is a nudist colony so if you have children it would be best to avoid the beach itself.
Sandy Bay properties could serve as a base for tourists wanting to explore the region thus making the property usage more diverse in serving as guest houses and Bed and Breakfast’s adding income to the equation.
Take a tour of the Sandy Bay properties via the MyRoof website.