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Estremadura

Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and also the countries largest urban expanse. The city is well-known for its contribution to the European economy and its steady flow of tourism. The location has a lot to offer tourists in terms of picturesque beauty, entertainment and residential lodgings. Lisbon, Portugal, is a popular destination for immigrants because of the Golden Visa policy. Which allows able candidates to move to the country if they meet certain requirements and have sufficient funds available to invest in property. Popular travel publication Lonely Planet describes the city as follows: "Seven cinematic hillsides overlooking the...

Lisbon, Cascais

Cascais situated a short distance from Lisbon, is widely considered to be one of the countries most glamorous destinations to reside in. This reputation has attracted royalty to the area since the 1870s. Residents of this seaside town enjoy the outdoors and the finer aspects of cosmopolitan living. This is why the town is said to be one of the richest in both Portugal and the entire Iberian Peninsula. The area has many foreign residents and is considered a great destination for Golden Visa holders looking for a bit more tranquility, while still being a reachable distance from the action of Lisbon. A brief history of the area Before 1153 the town was said to be...

Western Cape

Bakoven

Bakoven is situated just beyond Camps Bay and was probably named such due to the large boulder on the waters edge that the Dutch explorers nicknamed ‘baking oven’ due to a marking on its side that represents an oven door. The pristine sandy beach with its scattered boulders and rock pools make it a very sought after area and properties range from beach bungalows to majestic penthouses and villas further up the mountain face with the Twelve Apostles Mountain range as a backdrop. In the busy summer months, Bakoven is a little gem away from the maddening crowds where you can explore the rock pools, and enjoy the beach in peace and quiet.  Keep an eye...

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Bantry Bay

Located on the slopes of Lions Head, Bantry Bay lies between Sea Point and Clifton and was originally named Botany Bay after a medicinal garden that was originally planted there. The properties are magnificent and are perched on the rocks overlooking the sweeping expanse of the ocean below. Like its neighbour, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay is also blessed with being in a pocket of wind-free area, a welcome respite from the fierce South Easter that blows in Summer. This trendy area has upmarket homes, apartments and hotels including The President, The Bantry and Bantry Rocks and is a favourite among the countries elite and overseas investors alike. Bantry Bay offers...

Camps Bay

Camps Bay lies behind Table Mountain and nestles comfortably below the Twelve Apostles Mountain range sweeping all the way down to the magnificent sandy white beaches and it is home to some amazing Camps Bay property. With its scenic beauty, long stretch of palm tree lined beach and beachfront cafes, its easy to see why Camps Bay is popular amongst tourists from the world over. The main road buzzes in summer and one can enjoy amazing cocktails or enjoy a variety of cuisine at the many top class restaurants, cafes and bars that line this stretch. Shopping: For little stores interspersed between some great restaurants, take a walk down the Camps Bay...

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Cape Town

The vibrant hub of the city centre has experienced tremendous growth and over the last decade has seen its residential population increase by more than two thirds, predominantly made up of young professionals, students and entrepreneurs. The close proximity to work, meaning one avoids the ever increasing congestion of traffic on the arterial routes leading into the city as well as the abundance of cafes, shops and restaurants, nightlife and art and museums make the Cape Town City Centre very hard to resist. Added to this, the close proximity to the mountain and beaches and all they have to offer is also valued by the local residents. Security, often a major...

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Cape Town City Bowl

The vibrant hub of the city centre has experienced tremendous growth and over the last decade has seen its residential population increase by more than two thirds, predominantly made up of young professionals, students and entrepreneurs. The close proximity to work, meaning one avoids the ever increasing congestion of traffic on the arterial routes leading into the city as well as the abundance of cafes, shops and restaurants, nightlife and art and museums make the Cape Town City Centre very hard to resist. Added to this, the close proximity to the mountain and beaches and all they have to offer is also valued by the local residents. Security, often a major...

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Clifton

Nothing epitomises luxury and affluence quite like a Clifton property. Here you will find some of the priciest and most beautiful properties in South Africa with many nestled on the cliff face or literally on the beach where you can almost stretch out and feel the sand. Clifton properties are exquisite and you would likely see them showcased in magazines and lifestyle tv shows owing to their architectural design and that many are coveted by celebrities and wealthy individuals from the world over. Although a relatively small area, here you will find everything from beach bungalows where the waves crash on your doorstep to opulent mansions overlooking the...

De Waterkant

The De Waterkant is a stylish little sub-district of Green Point lying adjacent to the Cape Town city centre and Bo-kaap areas. Over the past 10 years, the area has seen significant investment and has been transformed into one of the trendiest areas around with chic cafes, restaurants and quaint little stores. The area is very popular with Cape Towns gay community as well as young professionals and niche retailers.  Take a walk down the cobbled streets and admire the architecture, a mix of Georgian and Cape Dutch with a modern twist. De Waterkant also has its very own lifestyle shopping centre called The Cape Quarter where you will find everything from...

Fresnaye

Fresnaye is one of Cape Towns most exclusive neighbourhoods, well known for being a little piece of ‘wind free’ heaven with upmarket and very stylish properties on the slope of the mountain. The respite from the South Easter together with sweeping ocean and sunset vistas as well as the  mountain backdrop makes Fresnaye one of the most desirable areas along the Atlantic Seaboard. Fresnaye has an interesting link with France in that most of the tree lined avenues have French names. For the hikers, there are trails all along the surrounding areas and its proximity to Clifton, Camps Bay and beautiful beaches only add to its allure. Properties in...

 
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