Luxury Property Atlantic Seaboard
Lovely luxury properties on the Atlantic seaboard
There is no question or argument – when one refers to property on South Africa’s exquisite Atlantic seaboard, one is most certainly talking about luxury property – properties that are most often a tad more than a cut above the rest. All the applicable “cutting above the rest” relates to prices, exclusivity, unique styles of architecture and design, proximity to the mighty Atlantic Ocean, exquisite views and landscapes, lifestyles, and lovely, lavish luxury.
Consistently increasing values
Overall, despite downturns in the local and international economies, and various political uncertainties and their negative effects that have taken place or prevailed in South Africa, plus a great deal of belt tightening in some sectors of the country’s populace, property prices and value in and around Cape Town have consistently continued to increase.
Holding their own and escalating
This trend has been evident virtually across the board (no pun intended), along the Atlantic seaboard, and amongst its luxury dwellings, the most desirable of which overlook the ocean of the same name. There’s no indication that this phenomenon is likely to change either.
Luxury property prices and values in the Cape and its Atlantic seaboard not only hold their own, but they escalate, proving to be excellent and high performing from an investment point of view, in addition to offering a superior, luxury lifestyle.
Human beings love beautiful places that feature natural water sources – ponds, pools, lakes, dams, rivers, and the ocean. As a species, we’re drawn to locations near water, possibly because our bodies are made of some 80% of this life-giving substance.
Despite being classified as a water-scarce country, water-loving South Africans are fortunate to have a lengthy coastline. The country’s coastline stretches for more than 2 500 kilometres from its border with Namibia in the west, around the southernmost tip of the African continent at Cape Agulhas, and all the way to the South African-Mozambican border in the east.
Where two great oceans meet
Cape Agulhas is the place at which two great oceans, the Atlantic and Indian, meet, according to the general consensus. However, this meeting point of these two oceans and their respective currents, the cold Benguela and warm Agulhas, is actually said to come and go somewhere between Cape Agulhas and Cape Point. The location of the clash of currents fluctuates according to weather patterns, wind, and other environmental factors.
Great Atlantic seaboard suburbs
Each Atlantic seaboard suburb has a character, ambience, and feel about it that is unique and all its own. Although all these suburbs are situated on the Atlantic seaboard and most offer outstandingly luxurious lifestyles, no two are identical in appearance and essence. This is but one of the joys and pleasures of living along the Atlantic seaboard. These suburbs include:
- Green Point
- Mouille Point
- Three Anchor Bay
- Sea Point
- Bantry Bay
- Camps Bay
It must be said that various areas and suburbs that are near the Atlantic seaboard are also showing positive trends in the popularity and luxury stakes. When contemplating a luxury property purchase in these areas, and most certainly those on and along the Atlantic seaboard, it’d be wise to have a luxury property expert by your side – Fine & Country South Africa, ably and expertly represented by one of our specialist agents.
The agent assigned and dedicated to your Atlantic seaboard property transaction will be equipped with knowledge of what it’s like to live in each relevant suburb, with all the pros and cons (if any). We recognise and understand that you’re buying into much more than a mere property, albeit luxurious. Buying and selling a property is an emotional experience too. Fine & Country South Africa will help to ensure that you have peace of mind, in addition to all the luxury you desire.