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In your hood:

In and around Cape Town

Bistro 1682 | 021 713 2211 | Tjing Tjing | 021 422 4374 | Janse & Co | 021 422 0384 |

The future is female!


ugust marks Women’s Month, which commemorates the more than 20,000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women. During this month we look to the achievements of women and the important role they play in South Africa. I’m lucky enough to work in an office filled with strong, intelligent and creative women who all support each other, which makes every month Women’s Month for me!

What’s good?

When and where?

When and where? Thursday, 9 August, 11am to 4pm at Shimmy Beach Club


mbrace your inner queen this Women’s Day with Empower Me and Shimmy Beach Club! Join in for a celebration of the multi-faceted modern female with an afternoon of inspiring talks by experts in their field on a variety of topics, aimed at touching on each aspect that makes up an empowered woman in the 21st century. More information:

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hortmarket Street restaurant Roast & Co will be launching their new series of brunches this Women’s Day. Join them for the launch with an exclusive, perfectly crafted menu by celebrity chef Jason Whitehead accompanied by tunes by Anthea and Minx.

In Franschhoek When and where? Thursday, 9 August, 12pm to 3pm at Grande Provence


rande Provence is embracing Women’s Day with a high tea lunch on Thursday. Round up your best friends for this delicious mid-week getaway and be spoilt with tiered platters laden with delicious sweet and savoury morsels, accompanied by an elegant Grande Provence Méthode Cap Classique. More information:

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e chat to three exceptional chefs whose food always inspires: Kerry Kilpin of Bistro 1682 at Steenberg, Christi Semczyszyn of Tjing Tjing – just re-opened after a complete revamp – and Liezl Odendaal, partner and pastry chef at Janse & Co.

Q: What inspired you to a career as a chef? A: I always loved food from a young age. I used to bake and sell my cakes to the farm workers at payday on the farm. Straight after school, I went to study at Silwood kitchens and really fell in love with cooking. In my second year, I was fortunate enough to work at La Colombe and met Franck Dangereux. I worked with Franck for 12 years and he has been an important mentor in my career. Q: What qualities have contributed to your success? A: A positive and a never-give-up attitude. Attention to detail and consistency is what I strive for, and happy staff make happy food, which in turn makes happy guests.

Christi Semczyszyn, Tjing Tjing Q: What inspired you to a career as a chef? A: The women in my family are all phenomenal cooks and I grew up watching and helping them make family meals. My granny bought me a Jamie Oliver cookbook when I was 13 and I worked my way through the whole book and made every single recipe. After studying special-effects makeup and realising I hated the film industry, I gave cheffing a go and loved it.

When and where? Thursday, 9 August, from 11am to 5pm at Roast & Co

What? Women’s Day High Tea


Q: Favourite winter ingredients? A: Jerusalem artichokes, parsnips and avocados.

In the CBD What? Veuve Clicquot Women’s Day brunch


Kerry Kilpin, Bistro 1682

In Granger Bay What? Empower Me Women’s Day lunch


Female foodies

Three inspiring Cape Town chefs share their stories and favourite winter ingredients

Q: What are you most excited about in the kitchen at the moment? A: I’m loving that people are into Japanese food now! I’ve always been obsessed with it and I’m thrilled to show people that it is more than just average sushi. Japanese food is all about three or four great quality ingredients prepared with meticulous attention and not over-dressed.

cheffing diploma, then got straight to work in a kitchen, with a brief break to study for a BA degree. I had a few other work experiences in the food industry but nothing came close to the excitement of a kitchen.

Liezl Odendaal, Janse & Co

Q: Favourite things to cook for yourself at home? A: In winter, I like to make tagines with homemade lemon preserve, grains like black or red quinoa, accompanied by fresh sambals. In summer, everything goes on the braai.

Q: What inspired you to a career as a chef? A: I always wanted to be in a creative industry and since I can remember, I loved working with food. I studied a

Q: Favourite winter ingredients? A: Cara Cara citrus, Jerusalem artichokes and peas.

Q: Three of your favourite winter ingredients? A: Mushrooms, pumpkin and root veg.



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In your hood:


In your hood:

Lord Nelson Restaurant | 021 483 1000 |



Throughout Western Cape

Glenelly Estate | 021 809 6440 | Neethlingshof Estate | 021 883 8988 | Steenberg Farm | 021 713 2211 |

Women of the vine We take a look at wines which pay tribute to brilliant women WORDS: RICHARD HOLMES


Lording it up

Privacy and history at the Lord Nelson Restaurant WORDS: BELINDA MOUNTAIN



ou stay at the Belmond Mount Nelson hotel to experience impeccable service, a sense of history and true quality – and a visit to their intimate Lord Nelson Restaurant is no different. The hotel’s Planet restaurant now plays host to events and functions, so their restaurant offering has shifted gears and moved to the cosy Lord Nelson room, originally the hotel’s writing room, and then a bar. Think ultra-traditional decor with mahogany oak panelling and the original fireplace, as you sit by a roaring fire and listen to the talented Henry Dike playing the piano in the background. The menu focuses on classic dishes, reinventing them and packing them with flavour. If you’re feeling flash then choose the caviar, but if not, consider the Beef Wellington for two on the menu this winter. Pasture-reared beef fillet from Spier, with braised short rib and a mushroom duxelle, is wrapped in prosciutto and deliciously encased in light puff pastry. We chose to have three courses from the chef’s choice menu, starting with the most wonderful roasted cauliflower salad with buffalo milk yoghurt, toasted cashews and sunflower seeds.

Next up was pan-fried trout with spekboom salsa verde for me, while my partner chose the roast seabass – both types of fish were sourced from fish farms, and both were so good that I may even have wiped up the leftover sauce with my finger. The chefs strive to only buy “greendot fish” which are caught by line and are sustainably sourced. In fact, the hotel’s executive chef Rudi Liebenberg was invited to join the inaugural SASSI Seafood Circle which celebrates South Africa’s top chefs and restaurants who are making sustainable seafood dishes a priority. Mains included beef tournedos for me, and springbok loin for my partner, both of which were tender and tasty. We shared the chocolate fondant for dessert, beautifully plated in a little copper pot. Our waitress Lisa was friendly, amusing and warm – and really enhanced our evening. She told us that the chef’s menu is popular with locals in the winter as it offers good value, but that most of her patrons are still visitors from outside the country who are staying in the hotel. Either way, they’re in for a treat.


lanning a few toasts this Women’s Day? Fill your glass with one of these three remarkable wines, each paying tribute to women who have shaped the Winelands over the centuries.

Glenelly Lady May 2012

Named in honour of May de Lencquesaing, founder of Glenelly and one of the most respected figures in the South African wine industry, this classically styled Bordeaux blend is the flagship wine of this Stellenbosch estate. Dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon, picked from a single block of cooler east-facing vineyards, there’s just a dash of Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc in the blend. It’s a wine old world in character, favouring elegance and fine tannins over big, bold fruit. A fine tribute to the grande dame of Glenelly.

Neethlingshof Maria 2017 Neethlingshof is one of the most famous estates in the Winelands, and that’s largely thanks to one

Maria Magdalena Marais. She was just 18 years old when, in 1788, she and her husband purchased the farm De Wolvendans on the outskirts of the Eikestad. The couple set about planting new vineyards, constructing a cellar and, in 1814, completing the landmark manor house. Her husband Charles had died the previous year, but Maria continued to expand and improve the estate, laying the foundation for what would become modern-day Neethlingshof. Maria’s legacy is honoured in the farm’s Noble Late Harvest, a wine in the cellars acclaimed Short Story Collection. Made from Weisser Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc, there’s a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity, making it an ideal pairing with full-flavoured cheeses.

Steenberg Catharina 2015

Few wines show the cool-climate character of this Constantia estate as deftly as the wine made in honour of the formidable Catharina Ras. Arriving in the Cape in 1662, her exploits – from hunting lions to out-lasting four husbands – have become as famous as the farm she pioneered in the Southern Peninsula. The Catharina 2015 is dominated by Merlot, with spice and tannins from Syrah and Petit Verdot. Full-bodied yet fresh, it’ll keep happily in the cellar for another decade.



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My business neighbourhood Roxy’s Surf School has evolved into the custom-built Surf Emporium on Muizenberg beachfront WORDS: KIT HEATHCOCK



he Surf Emporium at Surfers Corner in Muizenberg includes an accredited Surf and SUP School, an equipment rental hub, a retail outlet of leading surf and SUP brands and a Vida e Caffè all under one roof. South African surfing champion Roxy Davis, tells us how she built the business. Q: How did your business start? A: In 2002, I started my surf school with an umbrella on Muizenberg beach and a clear vision, but I didn’t anticipate how quickly my dreams would become a reality. I went from teaching 40 girls a week to over 200 girls within the first programme intake and the umbrella soon gave way to a share of a hardware store for storage, and later into opening the Roxy Surf Club. In 2007, I launched the Roxy and Quiksilver Retail Surf Store and expanded the surf school. Now we have amalgamated the surf school and the surf shop under the brand name Surf Emporium. Q: Why did you choose this area to set up shop? A: I grew up in Kommetjie and wanted to stay close to my roots and to

my community. Muizenberg is internationally regarded as being one of the best spots in the world to learn to surf and SUP. It attracts hundreds of thousands of local Capetonians and foreign tourists.

Q: How many people visit your business each day? A: We get consistent foot traffic all year round, which increases during the summer holiday season and school holidays.

Q: How did you find your premises? A: Muizenberg beachfront has been around for many decades. Over the past 10 to 15 years, however, it has undergone a remarkable regeneration. Surf Emporium has occupied three different outlets on the strip over the years as the development and upliftment have continued, eventually being involved in the custom building of our current space in 2015.

Q: Do you have any expansion plans? A: We are always looking for ways to improve and grow while ensuring our family business values remain. We actively market online and engage with tour groups, overseas schools and other contacts all over the world. Who knows what the future holds!

Q: Why are the premises ideally suited to your business? A: Surf Emporium was custom built to encompass everything under one roof – a fully functioning surf school, surf shop and Vida e Caffè coffee shop. Q: Who are your neighbours? A: We have restaurants and surf stores on both sides. Muizenberg has become a prime surfing destination and it’s fantastic to see the sense of community continuing to grow. Q: What are the rental prices like in this area? A: In the retail sector, they are market-related and on par with mall rentals. Muizenberg, on the whole, is improving significantly and the price of property reflects this.

Q: Do you operate online as well? A: We have an interactive website and an online shop. We are the official surf and SUP partner to Discovery Vitality, so members can use their Discovery miles to make purchases in the Surf Emporium online shop. Q: What’s your most popular service? A: Surf lessons, holiday surf camps, equipment rentals, and our Learn to Surf programmes. We also get busy with birthday parties and corporate events like team-building, year-end functions, wellness, etc.

SEE FOR YOURSELF: Surf Emporium 021 788 8687 / 082 562 8687



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Energise your space When decorating your home or home office, you’re bound to think about your ease of movement, but what about the flow of energy? WORDS: ANNE SCHAUFFER



laine Hosiassohn is a master of feng shui. Her practice, Feng Shui Dynamics, focusses on creating environments which maximise the flow of positive energy. She says, “Feng shui means ‘wind’ and ‘water’, and together the words represent harmony and balance. It’s an ancient Chinese art, based on the flow of energy or ‘chi’ through the universe, and its influence on our daily lives.” It’s very much about creating a balance – yin and yang, the opposites – and the principles are strongly aligned with nature. Elaine says, “The compatibility with nature is accomplished by the placement of furniture and other objects in the home or office. Placed correctly, it retains auspicious energy – if the energy in our environment is compromised or not flowing correctly, it can cause disharmony.” For Elaine, it’s of no importance that we’re living in different times. “When it comes to interior design and architecture, the basic feng shui principles prove to be extremely beneficial when included in the design.” She says by adding these principles, people increase their compatibility with their surroundings in their own

private space, impacting on everything from health to relationships. “The best way to maintain auspicious energy in your home,” says Elaine, “is to follow the basic principles.” She suggests these changes to start your journey:

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Remove any clutter as it hogs auspicious energy.


Place beds in the “power position”, so you can never be caught off guard. To achieve this, position your bed against a solid wall in the furthest corner of the room where you can still see the door and windows when lying down. This gives you a feeling of stability, which enables you to have a good night’s rest.

Allow fresh air to enter your home; it’s essential for the energy flow. Keep your home well maintained; anything broken has an inauspicious effect on the space.


In an office, a desk should face the door from the opposite corner, with your back against a solid wall – the “power position”.


Avoid sleeping against a shared bathroom wall that has a toilet or

water pipes. The water pipes create too much movement, and this can carry an illness energy. A bed placed against a shared toilet wall can carry extremely inauspicious energy, as it carries waste products on the wall where you are sleeping.


 ay attention to where you place P bulky objects – they restrict or interrupt the flow of energy. For example, objects or beds placed against windows, plants or trees, which restrict light (energy) coming into the house; blockages by the front door; or overgrown trees or branches that overlap onto the roof.

Carla James of CJ Interiors is a quiet exponent of feng shui principles and feels particularly strong about the effects which different colours have on us. “Pastel tones allow for more peaceful sleep – you may think an all-white bedroom (yin) would induce calm, but it doesn’t. It unsettles your nervous system. Add a few earth tones and square shapes to balance the white.” She suggests that active areas (yang) need some bold colours and even patterns to match the correct energy.



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Suburb focus

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Sunningdale Here’s what’s happening in property in the area WORDS: KIT HEATHCOCK IMAGES: NATASHA LASSEN & GOOGLE MAPS


preading into the last undeveloped stretches within the Cape Town metropolitan border before the R27 heads up the West Coast, the quiet residential suburb of Sunningdale is a Garden Cities’ development. Parks and open green spaces create tranquil breathing space between curving residential streets and brand-new cul de sacs.

With further residential developments already underway beyond it, Berkshire Boulevard is planned as a new artery of retail, business and community facilities and kicked off with the opening of the shiny new Table Bay Mall last year. It will eventually connect with Wood Drive for easier access to Sandown Road and from there the N7.

On the inland side of the R27, it’s only a short drive to the Blouberg beachfront and being that much more affordable than beachfront property, is popular with families of all ages, as well as retirees.


The first phases were developed just over 20 years ago. Then, after a hiatus for city infrastructure to catch up, more phases have been added, with the building of new homes still in progress beyond the recently completed Table Bay Mall.


The first phases of Sunningdale between Parklands and Sandown Road have an established feel with trees and mature gardens, mostly a mixture of single-storey, two- and three-bedroom homes. The middle phases on the north side of Sandown Road are quickly catching up in trees and plantings, including several gated estates and residential streets interspersed with a green belt. “Sunningdale is neat and quiet with lots of parks and trails for walking and running,” says Vanessa Meredith who moved here from Joburg two years ago. “The houses are all quite cookie cutter, all the same colour. It’s so peaceful to be able to have a house without high walls or electric fences, and you see everyone out walking their dogs. It feels safe and secure.”

Who is buying property in Sunningdale?

Buyers who are searching in Sunningdale are wanting to buy into the quiet, suburban lifestyle that Sunningdale offers. These buyers are young and middle-aged adults who are looking to relocate or start a family, most of whom remain happy homeowners for between five and seven years. The sought-after schools located within Sunningdale are most likely the reason for our buyer demographics and their relatively short-term stay.

Elkanah House was established in the early days of Sunningdale with both primary and high school campuses attracting families from all over the Western Seaboard looking for high standards and an IEB curriculum. Sunningdale Primary School is a public school with an excellent reputation and there is a good selection of pre-schools, too.

Karen Allchin & Jarret Johnson PAM GOLDING PROPERTIES 021 556 2362 Karen, 083 941 7982 / Jarret, 082 542 7085

A brand-new independent school, Rallim, is currently being built on Berkshire Boulevard, due to open in January next year. Neighbouring Parklands offers a further choice of excellent private schools, including Parklands College, CBC St Johns and a new Curro. The well-integrated MyCiTi bus routes allow older kids to travel easily to public high schools in Table View, Milnerton and Melkbosstrand.


Within Sunningdale itself, the green open spaces are ideal for dog walkers and runners, and the new Leadville Dog park facility allows off-lead play for dogs in a secure environment. The Sunningdale Sports Centre is the focus of a number of community sports clubs, from football and cricket to dancing and bowls, plus the adrenaline sport of roller derby. The new Virgin Active Gym at Table Bay Mall has brought

Why should investors consider buying in Sunningdale?

Agent insight Local property experts give us the inside scoop on Sunningdale

Sunningdale has been one of the fastestgrowing areas of the Western Seaboard and has given investors a fantastic return on their investment in recent years. There’s a keen demand for tenants as the suburb offers homes in all sizes and price ranges. The suburb has a reputation for “family living” with its highly recommended schools, new shopping mall, MyCiTi routes and its proximity to beaches. The area is developing at a fast rate and is always in demand.

Caron Leslie RE/MAX PROPERTY ASSOCIATES 082 416 6395

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state-of-the-art gym equipment and fitness classes to the suburb. For many residents, the Blouberg beachfront is a second home, whether it’s for watersports, walking and running on the promenade, or heading to Doodles and other beach cafes for sundowners. “The beachfront is stunning. A walk on the beach watching the kite-surfers and jet skis out in the bay is divine,” says resident Astrid LiebrechtMeyer. She also mentions birdwatching at Rietvlei and various walking and running groups. Nipping over the dunes to Big Bay is another option for surfing, shopping and sundowners, as well as the monthly I Love Big Bay market and a weekly Saturday parkrun. While driving into town is best timed to avoid peak-hour traffic, you’re perfectly placed to escape easily up the West Coast for day trips or weekends in Paternoster or Langebaan.

Sunningdale is open and friendly; it’s beautiful out here. We’ve got everything we could possibly want, from the stunning beachfront close by, to all the shops we need. It’s a lovely neighbourhood and the people are wonderful – everyone looks out for everyone else. ASTRID LIEBRECHT-MEYER, RESIDENT



EAT: • Village Cafe: informal breakfasts and lunches • Trecastelli Bakery: Italian pastries and coffee • Petiscos: Portuguese family cuisine • Homespun: casual fine dining • Forneria Italia: authentic Italian pizza • Bread and Butter: cakes and coffee • Doodles Beachfront: open all day until late with stunning views

DO: • Sports clubs at Sunningdale Sports Centre • 23 Jump Street trampoline park • Leadville Dog Park • Birdwatching and flatwater sports at Rietvlei • Kite-surfing, surfing and SUP at Blouberg beach TABLE BAY MALL

SHOP: • Table Bay Mall: light and airy with a good variety of high-street stores • West Coast Village: neighbourhood centre with Woolworths, Pick n Pay and independent stores • Sandown Road: Food Lover’s Market, Builders Warehouse and more retail centres • Bayside Mall: established high-street stores, boutiques and movies • Eden on the Bay: quirky boutiques, surf shops and beachfront cafes

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A range of great meals priced between R69 & R89 available on Mondays from 12h00. Visit for details.

Wednesday nights:

110 Beach Boulevard, Blouberg l 021 554 1080 l

200g Burger & Chips (Beef or Chicken or Veg) R59 All cocktails from 6-8pm R38

Doodles Beachfront is not just a restaurant – it is an experience. An extensive menu, beautiful views, vibrant atmosphere and friendly service make it very difficult to leave and extremely easy to return. Visit Doodles Beachfront and see for yourself… A land mark of the Atlantic Seaboard, this unique and highly successful restaurant and bar is in its 27th year of operation. It boasts the best panoramic view of Table Mountain and its surrounding bay.

Sunday nights:

All standard large Pizzas from 6pm 1/2 PRICE (extra toppings full price)

Daily Specials:

A range of great meals priced between R39 & R99 available daily from 12h00. Visit for details.

Breakfast Special:

2 Eggs, 2 rashers of bacon & a slice of toast R29 available Monday

to Friday 09h00 - 11h45 (excluding public holidays)




R2 200 000



* Figures extracted from Prop Stats report as at July 2018




Established home in pocket close to Chalkwood House & Sunningdale Primary. Large spacious living areas, sun filled north facing u/cover patio + built in BBQ. Granite kitchen + scullery. 3 Bedrooms with floor to ceiling cupboards, laminate floors. Master includes en-suite shower. Auto D/G.

Splendid home with large living areas and covered Braai patio overlooking the sun-drenched Swimming Pool. Low-traffic crescent, good security, excellent neighbourhood!

Warren Leslie (Team Warren Leslie) 082 713 6624

RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Alta Erasmus 082 725 9380 (Team Erasmus) RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Web ref : RXAW-7810

Web ref : RXAW-7983

R1 650 000 (Neg) SUNNINGDALE


R2 395 000




BRING OFFERS - 24 Hour Access Control Village! Garden big, Spacious tiled lounge/dining room leading to covered patio. Light & Bright o/p kitchen with plumbing for washing machine & dishwasher. 2 Bedrooms with laminated floors. Single garage.

Spacious 4 bed home located in the popular Westwood Village security estate. 2 full bathrooms, study area, o/p kitchen & scullery. Sunny tiled dining & lounge area leading to u/cover braai area & solar heated pool. Plenty of extras. Don’t miss out on this gem!

3 Reception rooms with laminate flooring, study area, 3 carpeted beds, full family bathroom plus mes. Dressing area in main bedroom. The lounge sliders lead to a spacious low maintenance garden with astro turf. Built in braai , u/cover patio. D/G with direct access.

Dot 083 450 4578 & Marilyn 082 788 4052 RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Gavin Nairn 082 498 4774 RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Joan Smith 083 463 6563 RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Web ref : RXAW-7752

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R2 550 000

YTD 2018



You just have to move into this cosy and secure family home that is situated on one of the biggest plots in a new but established part of Sunningdale. 3 beds, 2 baths, garage. Set in a quiet close and near to schools and Myciti bus route.

3 Bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, mes with study nook. Modern spacious kitchen with o/p lounge, dining room leading onto sundrenched covered patio, low maintenance water wise garden. Close to all amenities plus dog park with a dedicated 24 hours security patrol.

Peter 082 256 0122 + Nada 072 104 8899 RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100

Sonja Bedford 082 853 1923 RE/MAX Property Associates: 021 521 3100 Web ref : RXAW-7720

Web ref : RXAW-7914

* Figures extracted from Prop Stats report as at July 2018


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WESTERN SEABOARD Blouberg: 021 557 1115 • Big Bay: 021 554 0033 • Milnerton: 021 551 8640 • Melkbosstrand: 021 553 1912 • Sunningdale: 021 556 2362 • Atlantic Beach Estate: 021 201 8706 •

Ref# 1TV1378247

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Century City / R4.3 million

Bloubergrant / R1.2 million

Big Bay / R2.45 million

Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 3 / Garages 2 Incredible views of Table Mountain. Follow PGP boards from Ratanga Road into Century Boulevard to Bougain Villa entrance. Paul Da Silva 083 689 7593

Studio / Bathroom 1 Lovely studio apartment with sea views. Follow PGP boards from corner of Shell Road to Coral Road. Estelle Kamener 082 771 2074

Bedrooms 2 / Bathroom 1 / Parkings 2 Modern beachfront apartment with views. Pet-friendly. Follow PGP boards from Otto Du Plessis Drive. Melody Poynton 084 551 9844

Big Bay / R1.995 million

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West Beach / R1.4 million

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Bedrooms 2 / Bathroom 1 / Parkings 2 Modern beachfront apartment perfect for holidaymakers. Walking distance to the beach, shops and restaurants. Follow PGP boards from Otto du Plessis Drive. Melody Poynton 084 551 9844

Bedrooms 2 / Bathroom 1 / Parking 1 Modern renovated apartment with open-plan living area leading onto large balcony. Follow PGP boards from Rochester into Balmoral to Mont Serrat. Estelle Kamener 082 771 2074

Parklands / R1.395 million

Bloubergrant / R2.35 million

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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2.5 / Garage 1 Beautifully presented double-storey townhouse that’s perfectly suited for the young family with security in mind. Follow PGP boards from Wood Drive into Thetford Road. Paolo Girardi 083 259 8245

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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Parkings 2 Perfectly positioned within walking distance to the beach and restaurants. Excellent security with access control. Follow PGP boards from from Coral Road. Dolly Hibberd 083 320 1323


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AT L A N T I C B E A C H E S TAT E Atlantic Beach Estate: 021 201 8706 •

Atlantic Beach Estate / R12.5 million

Ref# 1TV1363702

Atlantic Beach Estate / R11.5 million

Ref# 1TV1264086

Bedrooms 4 / Bathrooms 4.5 / Garages 3 / Stunning home that has had the touches of an interior designer to perfect finishes and style. Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, that allows for complete privacy whilst enjoying the golf course, ocean and Table Mountain views.

Bedrooms 5 / Bathrooms 4 / Garages 4 / Entry is through a private courtyard to a doublevolume foyer and staircase. The ground floor offers spacious living rooms comprising a formal lounge, dining, sitting area, TV corner and entertainment room.

Mandy Oschman 082 567 0398

Mandy Oschman 082 567 0398

Atlantic Beach Estate / R17 000 Per month

Ref# 1TV1389724

Atlantic Beach Estate / R19 800 Per month

Ref# 1TV1385533

Bedrooms 2 / Bathrooms 1.5 / Parkings 2 / The beautifully furnished ground floor apartment is perfect for a young couple looking for a sporting lifestyle. The kitchen is modern and open-plan and flows into the lounge. Patio doors lead you out onto a wind-free patio with views over the fairway.

Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Garage 1 / This unfurnished home is situated in a quiet close on the Estate. The pool is maintained once a month by a pool company. Water saving Jojo tanks are situated at the rear of the property. 24-Hour security.

Lynnette Lee 082 453 3266

Lynnette Lee 082 453 3266

A C C R E D I T E D A G E N T S F O R AT L A N T I C B E A C H E S TAT E OFFICE HOURS Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 16:00, Sat: 09:00 - 12:00, Sun: 14:00 - 17:00 (Sales office situated at the Golf Club entrance, Birkenhead Drive)




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Neighbourhood | 5 AUGUST 2018 Shop 44, Seaside Village Shopping Centre, Big Bay ( Next to Spur ) See it all on:


MORRIS PIETERSE 083 228 4081


Classic, comfortable and character-filled, with all the little things that make for relaxed family living as well as entertaining.


This tranquil and friendly slate-roofed home has a warm, lived-in family feel. Great indoor – outdoor flow from all the living areas. The entrance is striking and welcoming and the living and entertainment areas are cleverly divided through a split level. Lovely spacious lounge with beautiful feature wood-burner fire-place and dining room with feature brick wall, covered patio and a classy open plan kitchen with scullery. Entertainment room with barbeque plus a study/playroom – leading onto a beautiful 20sqm deck and the pool. The accommodation is just perfect for a bigger family – two bedrooms with two bathrooms downstairs and the two children bedrooms with bathroom plus master bedroom (private balcony with views) with full-en suite bathroom, dressing room and seating area upstairs. Bonus: 45sqm two door garage under the house plus a separate free-standing 26sqm garage (could be a great hobby room!) PLUS, A BOREHOLE!

MORRIS PIETERSE 083 228 4081


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Neighbourhood CT - 05 August 2018  

Neighbourhood CT - 05 August 2018