Nestled between the Twelve Apostles stretching off to one side, and Little Lion’s Head and the Karbonkelberg Mountain sweeping off in the other lies the incredible suburb of Llandudno - an exclusive upmarket area that offers unmatched privacy to its residents.
Llandudno, named after the Welsh seaside town of Llandudno, is home to one of the most private and secluded beaches in the city featuring white sands, crisp blue waters, and giant boulders. This beach is arguably one of the most photogenic in Cape Town and a favourite for beach sports like volleyball, beach rugby, surfing; a great deal of sun-worshipping and a preferred picnic spot for families.
Despite being a popular destination, privacy remains a top priority which is reinforced by the fact that Llandudno is accessed by only one road and there is minimal parking for visitors to the beach. When the sun sets only residents remain in this upmarket neighbourhood as it has no streetlights or restaurants. There are also no shops here to further ensure the privacy of the suburb. However, a quick drive over the hill to Hout Bay allows you to shop, eat and play without much hassle.
Property prices in Llandudno range to about R45 million. Llandudno comprises only freehold properties, with recent buyers in the area ranging from young adult to mature. However, most of the recent sellers in the area have been majority mature, with the remaining sellers being pensioners.