If you are planning on moving to Cape Town, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to all the different areas. There is a diverse range of places to live in Cape Town.
Today we will be providing you with a brief overview of some of the different places to live in Cape Town.
What are some of the different places to live in Cape Town?
Cape Town has a vast variety of areas to choose from. Some are near beaches, others near mountains, some in the city and others are more towards the country side.
Areas in Cape Town to consider:
- False Bay
- Hout Bay
- Northern suburbs
- Southern suburbs
- City Bowl
- Atlantic seaboards
- Camps Bay
Which area in Cape Town has sea views?
When people are looking for places to live in Cape Town with magnificent sea views, the popular option is to consider the Atlantic Seaboard. The area is made up of Camps Bay, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay and Clifton. This is considered a wealthy area of Cape Town and many investors purchase property in this area.
I want to live near the mountain?
One of the best areas to live in Cape Town, which is situated at the heart of everything, is the city bowl. Two of the most popular areas for expats living in the city bowl are Gardens and Vredehoek.
If you are fortunate enough to work in the city, you will be a stone’s throw away from the office. You will also wake up each morning to the magnificent Table Mountain right on your doorstep.
Which is a good family friendly area to live in Cape Town?
When it comes to the various places to live in Cape Town, you may want to consider the Southern Suburbs if you emigrating with your family. The Southern suburbs provide access to some of the best schools and educational facilities in the country.
There are many areas situated around the University of Cape Town, mainly Mowbray, Rosebank, Rondebosch, Claremont, Kenilworth and a few others. You will definitely be spoilt for choice.
Is there a budget friendly area in Cape Town near the sea?
In terms of affordability, beauty and lifestyle you will not get better than the West Coast. Table View, Bloubergstrand and Melkbosstrand are just a few of the beautiful areas which make up the West Coast.
The views are magnificent, the prices are affordable and the area is quiet and peaceful. When it comes to finding places to live in Cape Town near the sea on a budget then it may be worth your while to explore the West Coast further.
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