Luxury comes standard in the opulent Atlantic Seaboard suburb of Bantry Bay, from its ideal location to impressive properties it truly is a cosmopolitan haven for both local and international high net worth individuals looking for a place to call home.
As the name suggests, Bantry Bay, lies perched on the rocks overlooking the glittering Atlantic Ocean and due to its location enjoys some protection from the notorious Cape wind.
Bantry Bay lies just outside the vibey suburb of Sea Point, you can reach the beaches of Clifton on foot or Saunders Rocks on the border of Bantry Bay and Sea Point has a little tidal pool.
Bantry Bay has always been one of South Africa’s most desirable suburbs because of unique draw cards like its prime position in the Atlantic Seaboard’s exclusive platinum mile and close proximity to world-class amenities.
Bantry Bay properties have it all, combining easy access to the hustle and bustle of the city, as well as to Table Mountain and some of Cape Town's most beautiful beaches.
The suburb is just a stone's throw from Clifton beach - known locally as the best spot for sun-bathing and for evening sundowners - and another minute or two from Camp's Bay beach, with its hip cafés and cosmopolitan restaurants. It's also within easy reach of Sea Point, where you can enjoy morning or evening walks along the seaside promenade.
One of the main reasons buyers are drawn to the area these days is because of its close proximity to a myriad of top-class amenities, particularly shops and restaurants.
With traffic congestion worsening, the fact that world-class amenities are within walking distance is a huge drawcard and many residents confess that they now seldom drive their cars anymore. Being nestled between sea and mountain gives residents the best of both worlds – a relaxed oceanside lifestyle with glorious sunsets as well as the conveniences and amenities of a modern city.
The median price of a Freehold property in Camps Bay is currently approximately R14 700 000 and R7 300 000 for Sectional title properties. (June 2021 figures).