The occasional squawk of a seagull and the odd waft of salty sea air serve as a reminder that you are but a stone throws away from what is arguably one of South Africa’s most desirable tourist destinations- the Victoria Alfred Waterfront. Being this close to the Waterfront doesn’t mean that you’re cut off from the vibrant buzz of the cosmopolitan city, of which Long Street is the veritable epicentre. Here one will find a smorgasbord of entertainment opportunities- restaurants, bars, night clubs, street vendors, book stores, vintage clothing stores, fashion outlets and unique South African craft outlets- all within walking distance.
Serving as a counter point to this eclectic Cape Town mix, Green Point offers a slightly more upmarket mix of café bars, wine bars and restaurants of international standards. It is also host to one of the 2010 World Cup Football Stadiums. Beyond Green Point lies the Platinum Mile- with its palm lined promenade and pristine sandy beaches and refreshing azure waters.
Besides the obvious luxury of close proximity to the V&A Waterfront, this apartment is the perfect location to access everything that Cape Town has to offer- the cable car that goes up to Table Mountain is but a few minutes’ drive away, the Cape Town International Convention Centre a few blocks away (even accessible via taxi boat on the Canals), and the two major highways – the N1 and N2- which take one to the airport and the Cape Wine lands and historic Southern Suburbs are within walk able distance. This urban contemporary garden apartment with direct access to your own private canal serves as the perfect base from which to enjoy all of the aforementioned splendours of city living.
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