The point of investing in Sea Point

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It has been said that the sea breeze in Sea Point has the scent of freedom. This stylish suburb forms part of Cape Town's famed Atlantic Seaboard, and it offers a lifestyle in which health is wealth and where beautiful scenery is the backdrop for lives well lived. The story of Sea Point began way back in 1767, and the area continues to evolve and remain on the cutting edge of sophistication in the Mother City.

The Sea Point lifestyle is active, outdoorsy and cosmopolitan. The promenade is home to an outdoor gymnasium that is well appreciated by locals, who use it when they are not walking, jogging, cycling or roller-blading along this famed stretch of beachfront. Other activities such as surfing, paragliding and people-watching are popular pastimes in Sea Point and there is no shortage of places to stop for a coffee or a cocktail and a catch-up.

Sea Point is not famous for its restaurants for nothing, and foodies are spoilt for choice with an assortment of highly regarded restaurants such as La Mouette, Three Wise Monkeys and Scheckter's RAW, amongst various others.

Other hotspots of Sea Point include Mojo Market, which is both a food and lifestyle market and the perfect place to meet old friends or make new ones, and pick up an array of local produce and goodies that have been prepared in and around the area. The two 18-hole putt putt courses in nearby Mouille Point are a perennial favourite for families, and the Sea Point Pavilion Swimming Pool offers the perfect place to make a splash during the summer months.

The blend of Cape Town's natural beauty and the architecture of Sea Point, with its Victorian gems together with touches of bold, colourful art deco drama, creates a landscape with a unique character. It is a suburb in which eclectic meets sophisticated, and in which residents are offered a unique take on life in the Mother City.

Sea Point's property market offers a huge variety of sectional title apartments, and the area is known as being a great place to invest in property. From chic studio apartments to spacious, lavishly-appointed four bedroom flats, there is something to suit every taste and every budget. Prospective investors and home owners can expect to find sunny, open-plan layouts together with ergonomically-designed kitchens, balconies and 24-hour security. The buildings in Sea Point are a fascinating blend of art deco style and ultramodern, and every potential home owner will find something to suit his or her tastes perfectly.

From an investor's perspective, Sea Point is a gem, with luxurious two and three-bedroom apartments commonly fetching more than R20 000 per month. Tenants appreciate the light, bright environment offered by a typical home in Sea Point, as well as the proximity to shops, trendy coffee bars and restaurants. Renting is currently a popular option amongst those looking for a home in the Mother City, and petrol price hikes and Cape Town's traffic woes are driving renters to suburbs in close proximity to the City Bowl —┬ásuch as Sea Point.

Speaking of commutes, Sea Point is in relatively close proximity to a variety of popular workplaces, putting the office in easy reach for its residents. Cape Town's City Bowl is approximately 5km away, while Woodstock is about 7km from Sea Point. The well-loved suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay, with their breathtaking scenery, are also just a stone's throw away.

With such an abundance of reasons to make Sea Point your new home or your next investment, the good news is that Jawitz Properties has a wide range of apartments for sale and to rent in the area. Contact the Jawitz team and let's talk about what Sea Point has to offer you.

Author: Jawitz Website

Submitted 13 Sep 19 / Views 475