Focus Area: Know your neighbourhood - Sea Point

PUBLISHED 24 JAN 2019   

Focus Area: Know your neighbourhood - Sea Point

Charming vintage shops, gourmet food, and a coastal lifestyle second to none - welcome to Sea Point!

Beautiful, cosmopolitan, and on the rise
 
Nestled between Green Point and Bantry Bay, Sea Point is an iconic Cape Town suburb located just a few minutes’ drive from the CBD. Sea Point has been wowing visitors and making residents feel like they’re part of one big family for decades.

After a few difficult years in the 1990s, the area has been fully revamped and is back to its former glory - with a new, cosmopolitan vibe that’s uniquely South African.

Shop, dine and be amazed on Main Road
 
Main Road is the heart of Sea Point, with more shops and restaurants than you can count! Old familiar favourites and delis are characteristic of days gone by, while the tastes of young millennials and alternative generations are indulged by a buzz of uber trendy restaurants.
 
Whether you’re having a Greek evening at Mykonos Taverna, pizza at Posticino, a Poke bowl at the Three Wise Monkeys or a fine dining dinner at La Mouette, there’s something in Sea Point to excite everyone’s palate. 

Main Road, and Beach Road that runs parallel to it, are home to most of the apartment and many high rise buildings in Sea Point. 

These properties offer spacious interiors, amazing sea views, and an average sale price of R4 million or less. That’s some of the best value on the Atlantic Seaboard.
 
The Sea Point promenade - seaside recreation at its best

Sea Point has great summer weather, with a cool sea breeze - and it’s protected from the stormy Cape winters. With that climate, and well protected from the infamous Cape Doctor (wind) there’s no better place to enjoy the outdoors than the Sea Point promenade.
 
From jogging paths and designer playground equipment to the Sea Point Pavilion swimming pool, the promenade is ideal for fun, fitness and family time. 

The Sea Point promenade connects the area with neighbouring suburbs - Mouille Point and Green Point, as well as Green Point Stadium – home to great sporting events and concerts. Keep going, and you’ll be at the Waterfront in no time. 

If you’re thinking of buying residential property in Sea Point, you can always take a drive, park near the promenade, and enjoy it first-hand. You’ll never want to leave!
 
With several schools in the area, including the International French School of Cape Town and it’s close proximity to the City, Sea Point is one of the most popular areas in the Cape realty market from childhood to retirement. If you’d like to join them and experience life in this unique suburb, or perhaps considering buying-to-let – then Sea Point is the ideal location. Contact us today.
 
 
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