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Oranjezicht at a glance

Lying on the foothills of Table Mountain, Oranjezicht is a trendy village-like suburb that is popular with families wanting to escape the bustle of city-life whilst still being close to all amenities.

Oranjezicht sits perched above Kloof Street, adjacent to Vredehoek with only Buitenkant Street separating the two. Homes here are large and gracious with enviable views of Table Mountain, the foreshore, and the distant Hottentots Holland Mountains. Apartments here are popular with students from the Cape Technikon, and close to Gardens Centre, making shopping only a quick walk away and transport negligible.

From afar, homes here appear to lie relatively low on the mountain, but driving through the suburb, one quickly adjusts one’s perception - it’s quite a climb to reach parts of upmarket Oranjezicht in Cape Town, but well worth it.

Residents enjoy the hikes far above the City Bowl mere minutes from their backyards and for those that prefer an afternoon eating a slow-lunch the plethora of cafes serving delicious South African cuisine are not to be missed.

It truly is a little village within the city

Property Types

  • Houses
  • Townhouses
  • Apartments
  • Vacant Land

Schools

  • St. Cyprian's School
  • Tamboerskloof Primary School
  • Herzlia Middle School
What the local Oranjezicht area expert say
David Spence
6 Years Experience. Qualifications; P.P.R.E, NQF4 & PDE4
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What makes Oranjezicht a great suburb?
Quiet tree lined suburb, close to top schools, highway links, V&A Waterfront and Clifton Beaches. Excellent neighbourhood watch, quality restaurants, shops and bars on your doorstep but the biggest attraction has to be Table Mountain as your backyard where in a matter of a few minutes you can be walking high above the City Bowl on the many trails and hikes.
The typical Oranjezicht buyer
Local buyers, very popular with families with kids at local schools
Price overview of Oranjezicht
Average apartment price is R3.3m and average home is R10.4m (based on last 12 months prices) 3/4 bed home can be rented from R25k upwards and 2 bed flat from R12k per month
Popular in Oranjezicht
Table Mountain, De Waal Park, Gardens Shopping Centre, Kloof Street Eateries and Bars, Jan Van Riebeck Park, St Cyprians School, Medi-clinic, Premiers Residence, Mount Nelson Hotel. Oranjezicht City Farm, Homestead Park & Molteno Reservoir
My Oranjezicht tip
Align yourself with one agent who is well connected and will open doors for you. Working with one agent ensures you get the call to view before property goes live. Have your finances in order so you can make strongest offer possible and always lead with your best offer. Ask your agent to provide stats on all sales in the area to ensure you are offering a fair price. Move quickly, if a sought after property it will sell quickly.
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Latest real estate news in Oranjezicht, Cape Town view all news in Oranjezicht
Invest in your outdoor space to sell your home
25 Oct 2019
Although kitchen and bathroom renovations still top the list as the upgrades that add the most value to a home, outdoor space is becoming a hot commodity as plot sizes shrink, making them a prime space in which to invest some money to attract potential buyers.
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Gardens to inspire
02 Sep 2019
Spring has sprung and as the days grow warmer and our gardens slowly start to wake-up from their Winter sleep we take a look at some garden inspiration from properties across South Africa.
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Market shifts make room in Cape Town market for new contenders
04 Jun 2019
After a tumultuous three years, a number of significant shifts have begun to notably impact the real estate market, which is clearly evidenced by a recent Lightstone report revealing current purchasing trends in the Western Cape, including the latest top suburbs and streets.
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