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New residential development at Chapman's Peak in Hout Bay

Dec 26 2018 15:43

A new development, Sacha on Chapman's Peak, has launched in Hout Bay, Cape Town.

It is situated at the foothill of Chapman's Peak, in the Baviaanskloof Mountain gorge along the scenic Chapman's Peak Drive.
Stephan Cross, sales manager for Seeff Hout Bay, says the development has been ten years in the making. He said the developer takes the natural environment into consideration, as well as the social environment by looking to ensure that local labour, craftsmen and artisans contribute to the project.

The development offers just 16 apartments with a choice of one to three bedrooms and a penthouse suite, all with balconies and 180-degree views, from the Kommetjie Lighthouse to Little Lion's Head Mountain.
All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and each unit has two parking bays and fibre, DSTV, and temperature control systems. Further amenities include a concierge desk, bicycle store, outdoor shower, and a garden store for those who want to grow their own flowers and herbs along the mountainside.
There is also a pool deck and viewing deck with barbecue facilities, el fresco dining, a shaded lounging area and cloakrooms.
Prices range from R3.5m.
Sacha on Chapman's Peak is located across from the beach, coffee shops, eateries, the Chapmans Peak Hotel, hiking trails, a gym, MyCiti Bus stop and general amenities.
Cross says that part of the attraction of Hout Bay, is its close proximity to the Atlantic Seaboard and CBD, Southern Suburbs and False Bay. In addition to residential buyers, the area is also attractive for second home buyers.



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