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False Bay at a glance

Southern Peninsula

The Southern Peninsula is renowned for its calming suburban lifestyle. Home to the popular Chapmans Peak Drive and Cape Point the area is surrounded by beautiful mountains and the Atlantic and Indian Ocean. On the Indian Ocean side of the peninsula start with Lake Side down till Cape Point and on the Atlantic Ocean side start from Cape Point up until Noordhoek. The area is well-known for the natural experiences it offers, such as Boulders Beach, Kalk Bay Harbour, The Ostrich Farm. The area is known for it love of conserving not only the agriculture but also, it's animals. Cultivating solutions to preserve the Leopard Toad, Baboons and the African Penguins. Take a casual stroll into Kalk Bay with its array of beautiful café's, shops and restaurants. Along with amenities in close courters all around these areas.

The area is sought after because of its laid-back, family environment. There is a close-nit, simple town community feeling all around making this area a pleasure for the whole lead a simpler life.


Noordhoek

Noordhoek is situated between Chapmans Peak and Ou Kaapse Weg.  The Area is known for its horse riding on the beach.  One of the few areas where you can still ride a horse from your home to the 7km beach.  The Noordhoek competition arena is well known for dressage and horse-riding competitions.  Not only is Noordhoek Cape towns best kept secret but it is also home to some of the rich and famous.  With the different areas each catering for different lifestyles and budgets.  De Goede Hoop is a private estate where one of the biggest sales ever in Noordhoek took place.  Chapmans Peak area is fast becoming the jet set area with people fighting to get properties on the limited area above the beach.  It is also popular for its 2 Acre equestrian farms and then in the avenues the more reasonably priced "renovators dreams" which were the originally built properties.  Belvedere and Noordhaven are for the lock up and go high flyers who do not want to look after a bigger property and/or horses.  These properties are generally very modern and consist of large homes on fairly small erven by Noordhoek standards.  San Michelle is for the renovators as it was the original development in the area and although the houses to renovate are becoming less and less available there is still a chance for you to find a good deal in this area.  Crofters Valley, Brambledene and Dassenberg are equestrian Acres where everyone seems to have chickens, pigs or some kind of interesting pet!  Lots of dog lovers in this area.  All the properties are 1 Acre and you are allowed to have 2 horses and a cottage for the in laws.  Danielsdale is fairly unknown by most and hosts stunning 3 Acre farms - mainly with horses on them.  Liverly in the area is very sought after and the price is anything from R4500 per horse.

Noordhoek Farm Village is great entertainment with all of its restaurants and pubs.  The famous chef Frank Dangeroux was introduced to Noordhoek by Rose Eedes Properties when we sold him his plot of land where he built his French provencale home.  The famous Toad run by the Internationally known Rugby player is a stunning place to have you dinner as a local and visitor.  Wild Rose Country Lodge is a stunning Lodge set in Crofters Valley for those quiet weekends away.

Sunsets across the Western Sky are hard to beat and we get the last rays of the Sun in Noordhoek.  We have a wonderful group of Artists, a good community spirit and love for Nature. Last and not least is Lake Michelle and Chapmans Bay and Stonehaven Security Estates for those who enjoy living in an Estate where you have 24 hour security and someone else looking after your security needs in a very modern and beautiful environment. So if you need any further information do not hesitate to call Rose on 082 45 35 45 2.

Fish Hoek

Up until 1918 Fish Hoek was used on an informal basis for whaling and fishing, described it as a "poor village" with a whaling industry. There after it was laid out as a township. Fish Hoek is situated in the valley of False Bay area of the Southern Peninsula in Cape Town. Fish Hoek is situated on Indian Ocean side of the Southern Peninsula, a few minutes' drive away from the Atlantic Ocean side of the Peninsula. The coastal suburb is sought after because of its simple family living environment on the away from the pressure of city living. Fish Hoek is ideal for those who seek to live simply, for their retirement or a beautiful holiday home. Tranquillity and small-town living make this one of the most sought-after areas in Cape Town. Fish Hoek is a has a broad price range making the area affordable for prospective buyers to find the right budget.

The area is an investment for holiday housing or second homes. The area attracts most of the foreign travellers due to its organic, authentic, humble lifestyle making it a space of relaxation and personal connection. Due to this local South African's love to spend their holidays in the authentic lifestyle rather than luxurious hotels and resorts. The main road along the Southern Peninsula coast, and Ou Kaapse Weg which passes over the Steenberg mountains. Fish Hoek has a railway station which is served by Metrorail's Southern Line service, with journey times of about an hour to central Cape Town and 15 minutes to Simon's Town. Fish Hoek's mild mediterranean climate is secure over hot summer days by the infamous south-easterly wind. The surrounding mountains are famous to a large number of caves included in sandstones of the Table Mountain Group.

Though a tranquil area to live there are many activities all along the coastline. Beaches, restaurants, hiking, shark cage diving and many other activities, giving a sense of holism, healthy living.

Up until 1918 Fish Hoek was used on an informal basis for whaling and fishing, described it as a "poor village" with a whaling industry. There after it was laid out as a township. Fish Hoek is situated in the valley of False Bay area of the Southern Peninsula in Cape Town. Fish Hoek is situated on Indian Ocean side of the Southern Peninsula, a few minutes' drive away from the Atlantic Ocean side of the Peninsula. The coastal suburb is sought after because of its simple family living environment on the away from the pressure of city living. Fish Hoek is ideal for those who seek to live simply, for their retirement or a beautiful holiday home. Tranquillity and small-town living make this one of the most sought-after areas in Cape Town. Fish Hoek is a has a broad price range making the area affordable for prospective buyers to find the right budget.

The area is an investment for holiday housing or second homes. The area attracts most of the foreign travellers due to its organic, authentic, humble lifestyle making it a space of relaxation and personal connection. Due to this local South African's love to spend their holidays in the authentic lifestyle rather than luxurious hotels and resorts. The main road along the Southern Peninsula coast, and Ou Kaapse Weg which passes over the Steenberg mountains. Fish Hoek has a railway station which is served by Metrorail's Southern Line service, with journey times of about an hour to central Cape Town and 15 minutes to Simon's Town. Fish Hoek's mild mediterranean climate is secure over hot summer days by the infamous south-easterly wind. The surrounding mountains are famous to a large number of caves included in sandstones of the Table Mountain Group.

Though a tranquil area to live there are many activities all along the coastline. Beaches, restaurants, hiking, shark cage diving and many other activities, giving a sense of holism, healthy living.

Kommetjie

Kommetjie is a predominantly residential, coastal suburb situated on the Atlantic Ocean side of the Southern Peninsula. The village is known for its spectacular long, sandy beach that stretch southwards from neighbouring suburbs. Locals can enjoy wonderful walks along the stretch of the beach towards the Kakapo Shipwreck, which ran aground in 1900. Derived from the word "Kom" meaning "small basin", as Kommetjie is located around a small natural cove that resembles a basin. The quaint village that is Kommetjie, although on the outskirts of the peninsula, is close enough to amenities local amenities. Sporting local amenities such as convenience store, laundromat, video shop, petrol station and restaurant and coffee shops. Close enough to neighbouring suburbs includes Longbeach Mall, good primary schools, healthcare facilities and public transport facilities.

The popular beach known as Long Beach in Kommetjie, is a popular spot for surfing, picnics and family fun. It's known for being one of the top surfing beaches in the world, a lot of locals raised in the area become pro-surfers. The community places a high importance on conserving the environment and animals such as indigenous plants and local animals. Kommetjie is home to a variety of plant and animal species, many of which are endangered. The area is particularly renowned for its Milkwood trees, bird watching, baboon troops and Baboon Monitors, who patrol the village constantly. This quaint, homely village has many activities to enjoy. Such as, bird watching, cycling and mountain biking, diving, fishing and crayfish, slangkop lighthouse, surfing, walking and hiking trails. The unique way of life, the village's close proximity to Cape Town and the exceptional primary education attracts younger families to the area. Kommetjie prides it's self on its low crime policy, the community has installed a union that regulates the protection plane for the area.

Kommetjie has a board price range for those who wish to live a calm, humble, affluent lifestyle. Value for money and longevity in your stay is a high attraction for the area. A place to raise your family then retire in. Overlooking the beautiful views of Atlantic Ocean, this village predominately face north. Facing Chapmans Peak and Hout Bay making the property value the area of high demand.

Muizenberg

This is a laid-back seaside town on the shores of False Bay what is Cape Town's nicest swimming beach. It is much warmer to swim here than at the beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard. It is flat, wide, and the water is generally calm - so is very child-friendly. It's also a very popular surfing area. There are a variety of surf and adventure operators, restaurants, coffee shops and apartments located along the main beach.Look out for the brightly coloured Victorian beach houses which always provide a good photo opportunity. Muizenberg is the start of a vast white sand beach that stretches all the way to Gordon's Bay - a distance of about 40km (25miles).

The shark spotter programme that has been rolled out at a number of beaches along False Bay had its humble beginnings at Muizenberg.

Shark spotters positioned high up on the side of the mountain raise the alarm when sharks are spotted, so visitors know when it's not safe to go in the water.

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