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Every village or dorpie, town, and city in South Africa has its own low-budget, middle-class, and upper-income areas. The larger the settlement or city, the more property variants there will be. Unless a specific property was inherited, all of these property differences, as well as the lifestyles they represent, relate directly to money – location, location, location, plus income and expenditure, or assets and liabilities.
Aspirations of moving to the fairest Cape
Cape Town and its thriving property market are no different, but there is one exception – nearly everyone in South Africa wants to find property for sale in and around Cape Town. They’d like to sell up elsewhere and move to the Mother City.
For a very long time, this has been the dream and desire of many South Africans and foreign property buyers. Because of the natural beauty, magnificent diversity of landscapes, and natural features on this southern tip of the African continent, coupled with its rich history and heritage, some of this country’s most luxurious properties are found in Cape Town.
Engaging an expert estate agent
It’s imperative that prospective buyers of the best, top-end Cape properties offered for sale engage the services of agents who specialise not only in high-end property, but also in the geographical and lifestyle aspects of the most affluent suburbs of Cape Town – like our expert agents from Fine & Country South Africa.
We, at Fine & Country South Africa, have detailed knowledge of the specific attractions and lovely lifestyles that appeal to our well-heeled property buyers, as well as the factors and conditions that should be avoided. In each affluent area where we operate, we have one or more independent agents who are well versed in matters that affect luxury properties on offer for sale in Cape Town and the potential buyers thereof – information which other agencies sometimes forget or fail to convey.
A Cape of contrasts
On average, Cape Town has a largely Mediterranean climate, receiving its rainfall during the winter months, which are mid-year in the southern hemisphere. The Cape is a place of astounding contrasts. Unlike upcountry, on the Highveld and other inland regions, the rain in the Cape falls in smaller droplets, usually descending gently from the wintry clouds like a very damp fog, whereas summer rains that occur inland may be stormy with heavy falls of large raindrops, often accompanied by rolling thunder and lightning.
The pace of life and consequently people’s lifestyles seems to be more leisurely in Cape Town, to the extent that those who live further north joke about Capetonians being immensely laid back. There’s literally something leisurely for every preference and mood:
- Two oceans, the Indian and Atlantic, that meet off the southernmost point of Africa.
- Mountains and mountain climbing.
- A varying coastline with charming villages and magnificent white sandy beaches.
- Water sports and other sports.
- Historic sites and cultural activities.
- Theatres and live entertainment venues.
- Divine dining that represents a multicultural population and international cuisine, as well as traditional South African fare.
- Community events.
- Peace, quiet, and solitude in pristine natural landscapes, or vibrant and lively leisure pursuits that typically belong in a big cosmopolitan city with a well-defined, functional infrastructure.
Without any smidgeon of doubt, when you buy a property for sale in Cape Town, you are buying into an inimitable lifestyle. Additionally, when you purchase a Cape Town property with the dedicated assistance, expertise, and local knowledge of a qualified Fine & Country South Africa estate agent, you’re assured of the ultra-luxury afforded to residents of some of the best addresses in the country.