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Searching for the perfect house can be daunting if you don't know the residential property neighborhoods. Click through the provinces, towns and suburbs to find your perfect home for sale or rent. Get insight from the local estate agents to make an informed decision before buying or selling your next house. We recommend getting a head start by knowing what you can afford with our home loan pre-qualification service or using our bond calculator to calculate your monthly bond installments.
Featured Neighbourhoods
Lonehill
The Lonehill area has become one of the most sought-after property investment locations in Northern Johannesburg.
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Sunset Beach
Sunset Beach is an exclusive upmarket estate where property owners are blessed with exquisite views of Table Mountain and Robben Island.
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With a mixture of beachfront apartments, modern townhouses and established homes Milnerton has a range of property options on offer for every type of buyer or tenant.
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Jeffreys Bay
Jeffrey’s Bay is known the world over as J-Bay, the surfing mecca of South Africa. The perfect waves enticing surfers from around the world to visit its shores, and in some cases even becoming the permanent home of these world-class athletes.
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Camps Bay
The affluent and world-renowned Camps Bay boasts not only with picturesque beaches and incredible views, it is also known for its breathtaking luxury properties.
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Constantia
Situated in the Southern Suburbs, Constantia is one of the most popular residential suburbs in Cape Town. The area offers large plots of land and generously-proportioned homes.
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Midstream Estate
The leafy estate lies on the eastern border of Centurion and boasts with a variety of amenities and property choices that would suit every style of buyer - whether you are looking for a lock-up-and-go property or a home to enjoy your retirement. The estate has become a ‘lifestyle of choice’ for many who don’t want to live in Johannesburg or Pretoria, yet need easy access to both.
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Sedgefield
Sedgefield is a coastal paradise on South Africa's Garden Route, offering an enviable lifestyle amidst stunning natural surroundings
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Bettys Bay
Arguably the most picturesque town in South Africa, Betty’s Bay has evolved from a humble whaling station to a world-class tourist destination.
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Blaauwberg
Known for the vibe, Blaauwberg is a bustling area filled with fitness lovers and families alike - all flocking to the area due to its relative affordability compared to other Cape Town suburbs and its active social and outdoor activity scene.
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Fish Hoek
This historic coastal town of Fish Hoek is popular with commuters, retirees and holidaymakers alike - from the slow pace to the idyllic beaches this little stretch of coastline is the perfect place to put down roots.
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Franschhoek
The French corner of the Cape, Franschhoek lies in one of the most beautiful wine valleys in the world, just 45 minutes’ from Cape Town and within half an hour of the Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington, and Somerset West wine routes.
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Gansbaai
Despite its rise in popularity the unpretentious village of Gansbaai remains a fishing village at heart - much to the delight of residents and visitors alike.
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George
The bustling town of George lies in the fertile valley of the Outeniqua Mountains and enjoys some of the most breathtaking views of the Garden Route.
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Knysna
Arguably one of the most picturesque places in South Africa is Knysna, situated along the Garden Route, Western Cape.
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Port Elizabeth
Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) is also known as the “the windy city” or “the friendly city” and is the second oldest city in South Africa. While the city is steeped in history and culture it is a bustling city with many businesses and industrial ventures.
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Bloemfontein
Known as the City of Roses, Bloemfontein is much more than just a stop-over on your way to Cape Town.
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Johannesburg
Johannesburg is known by various names just as diverse as the residents - Jozi, Jo’burg, Joeys, eGoli. From its humble beginning as a mining town, Johannesburg has evolved into a buzzing urban hub of activity. From high rises dotting the skyline to leafy suburbs with sprawling properties, the city reflects the history of its growth and major events in Southern African history.
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Pretoria
Situated in the Northern part of Gauteng, Pretoria offers residents a melting pot of culture, tradition, history and first world commerce.
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Sandton
Considered as the heart of Johannesburg, Sandton is one of the most important financial and business hubs in South Africa. It attracts many industry business powerhouses to its centre and along with it comes those seeking to make a name for themselves here.
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Cape Town
Cape Town is home to one of the most cosmopolitan communities in the world and certainly lives up to its title as the Mother City. From its beginnings as the port for the Dutch fleets, Cape Town has evolved into one of the most modern cities in South Africa and the African continent.
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Featured Neighborhood Real Estate Experts
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Martina Daniel
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What makes Woodbridge Island a great suburb?
Situated on the beach within close proximity to Cape Town CBD
The typical Woodbridge Island buyer
Professionals that work in town or Paarden Island or investors (Holiday accommodation), Young families that seek security combined with a seaside lifestyle.
Price overview of Woodbridge Island
3.2 Million - 10 Million
Popular in Woodbridge Island
Milnerton Beach, Milnerton Golf Club, close to Canal Walk and V&A Waterfront, private schools.
My Woodbridge Island tip
Overall, Milnerton and in partuicular Woodbridge Island's combination of location, rental demand, and security features positions it as a promising option for real estate investors seeking both rental income and potential capital appreciation. * Being positioned on the beach makes it highly desirable for both long-term residents and short-term renters seeking a coastal lifestyle. This location can command premium rents and attract tourists, boosting rental yields. * Its proximity to the Cape Town CBD makes it convenient for commuters and professionals working in the city. This accessibility can increase demand for rental properties, especially among urban dwellers looking for a serene retreat near their workplace. * The combination of its beachfront location and top security makes Woodbridge Island appealing for short-term rentals, especially to holiday makers and business travellers. This can provide investors with higher rental returns compared to traditional long-term leases. * Top Security: The emphasis on security is a significant draw for both tenants and investors. Properties in secure environments tend to maintain their value well and attract higher-quality tenants, contributing to long-term investment stability.
Michelle Severin
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What makes Raptors View a great suburb?
Raptors View Wildlife Estate is situated close to town but feels like you're right in the bushveld. Stands are a hectare in size, affording privacy from neighbours and beautiful surroundings including mountain views, river front views, dams and a bird hide. There are a number of walking trails of varying lengths that can also be enjoyed. The estate is very safe and well managed with an estate manager in place; homeowner's association and 24-hour security and access control.
The typical Raptors View buyer
The ownership is quite mixed. There are retirees, local families who live and work in the area, and holiday makers who own a house but don't live there permanently. These could be South Africans or foreigners.
Price overview of Raptors View
Prices range from roughly R 4 000 000 - R 6 500 000. Rentals range from roughly R 15 000 - R 30 000 per month
Popular in Raptors View
Southern Cross Schools is found at the entrance of the estate. It is a very popular nature based school. Kamogelo Tourism Centre Various restaurants including The Hat and Creek, Maroela Bar, Hoedspruit Cafe and Keystone Cafe, to name a few.
My Raptors View tip
The estate is very popular as it is well located and has a real bushveld feel. Values are steadily increasing year on year in the estate. The estate offers a fantastic way of living.
Lesley Pretorius
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What makes Randpark Ridge a great suburb?
Affordability, well established and has an appealing neighbourly feel and appealing to families and 1st-time homeowners. The suburb is central to malls, hospitals, schools and is easily accessible from the main routes.
The typical Randpark Ridge buyer
1st time home buyers, families, and retiring couples. Also appealing to investors in new property developments
Price overview of Randpark Ridge
Prices ranging from R550 000 for the complex and apartment living. Freestanding is a wide range from R1mill to R4mil and more.
Popular in Randpark Ridge
Lifestyle Garden Centre Northgate & Clearwater Malls Eagle Canyon & Jackal Creek Golf Courses
My Randpark Ridge tip
There is a definite opportunity currently to take advantage of lower interest rates, to invest in the property market and to get a property that is in a GREAT Location!
Ari Voyiatzis TEAM ATLANTIC
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What makes Sunset Beach a great suburb?
Beach front suburb, nominated number 1 Suburb in SA in 2019
The typical Sunset Beach buyer
Afluent Corporate CEO/business owner
Price overview of Sunset Beach
R5.5 million to R6.5 million, R25 000 - R35 000 per month rentals
Popular in Sunset Beach
Beach, Ocean Square, Canal Walk, Cape Town V&A, Curro Century City, Milnerton Primary, Milnerton High, Parklands College, Milnerton Medi Clinic
My Sunset Beach tip
We only have two entrances into Sunset Beach, so security is excellent. We are on the beach side of Otto du Plessis, so no main road needed to cross to get to the beach. We are an international kite haven, with a very European vibe half of the year.