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Bishopscourt at a glance

A profile of Bishopscourt property from a buyer's perspective, with information on facilities and attractions.

Bishopscourt Property

Upmarket Bishopscourt covers more than 3000 square metres of land, but includes only about 350 residences. With its expansive lots and luxury family homes, "exclusive" is an appropriate word for this suburb that nestles on the slopes of Table Mountain in the beautiful valley of Constantia.

Many Bishopscourt properties are fronted by perfectly landscaped gardens, and the suburb is known for its huge oak trees providing cool shade. Several local and international celebrities have established roots in Bishopscourt. Foreign embassies have likewise chosen the peace, quiet and luxury of this residential suburb.

Bishopscourt Property carries with it a certain status, with homes in the area fetching among the top prices of real estate anywhere in the country. Nevertheless, buying here isn't about the status. It's about making a secure investment - and enjoying life - in one of Cape Town's most beautiful locations.

Bishopscourt Attractions

Residents of Bishopscourt properties are proud of their work in re-establishing the ecological system of their part of Table Mountain, and can enjoy leisurely walks along the banks of the Liesbeek River, surrounded by indigenous riverine flora.

Bishopscourt homes are just next door to the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, where you can begin a variety of hikes up Table Mountain or just enjoy meandering walks to break the tensions of city life. In the summertime, you can enjoy weekly concerts in the gardens.

From Bishopscourt, it's a quick drive to the winding Constantia wine route, to stunning beaches along , and - heading in the other direction - to the centre of Cape Town.

Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the challenging golf course at Steenberg Golf Club, just down the road from Bishopscourt. Peter Matkovich, a renowned golf course architect, was responsible for designing the course, which enhances the surrounding natural landscape.

Bishopscourt Facilities

Bishopscourt properties are just minutes away from the Constantia Village Shopping Centre, which features a range of shops, as well as trendy boutiques, art galleries, foreign exchange services and more.

Bishopscourt property is also an easy drive to some of the top primary and high schools in the country, and to a range of public and private medical care options.

Find out more about purchasing Bishopscourt property by contacting a real partner at Jawitz Properties today.

3 Residential Homes For Sale in Bishopscourt, Cape Town

FROM R17,500,000 to R22,500,000

1 Residential Home To Let in Bishopscourt, Cape Town

FROM R80,000

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