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Camps Bay

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Camps Bay Apartment For Sale

Camps Bay · Apartment For Sale

R 14,500,000
  • 3 bd
  • 3 ba
  • 165 m²
Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard
Live Real Estate - Cape Town
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Camps Bay House For Sale

Camps Bay · House For Sale

R 22,995,000
  • 4 bd
  • 2 ba
  • 279 m²
Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard
You Realty
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Camps Bay House For Sale

Camps Bay · House For Sale

R 85,000,000
  • 4 bd
  • 7 ba
  • 815 m²
Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard
Hamiltons Property Portfolio - Cape Town
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Camps Bay House For Sale

Camps Bay · House For Sale

R 85,000,000
  • 4 bd
  • 6 ba
  • 818 m²
Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard
Live Real Estate - Cape Town

Camps Bay, Atlantic Seaboard Property & Homes For Sale

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At the foot of the Twelve Apostles Mountain lies one of the most popular spots in Cape Town. Camps Bay is known for its luxurious lifestyle and its gorgeous beaches. It is no wonder that property for sale in Camps Bay is so sought-after. What could be better than stepping out onto your veranda, soaking in the breath-taking panoramic views of the ocean on the one side and the incredible views of the mountains on the other? With boutiques stores, top-class restaurants, and the CBD right at your doorstep, a Camps Bay address offers an experience like no other.

Camps Bay has an interesting history, and it definitely did not start as the affluent area it is today. The area was once owned by John Lodewyk Wernich who passed it on to his son, Johan. He eventually married Anna Koekemoer and after his passing, Anna inherited the entire area. Anna later met a sailor called Frederick Ernest von Kamptz and everyone thought he was only marrying her to inherit her wealth when she passes one day. The area thus became known as Die Baai van Von Kamptz.

Even though this remains a juicy story, Die Baai van Von Kamptz merely translates to Camps Bay which is how we know the area today. It is close to other upmarket areas such as Clifton and Bakoven. Camps Bay is known for its white sand and cool waters. Tourists make Camps Bay a must-see on their list of things to do in Cape Town especially in the summer months when they can take advantage of the beautiful beaches and the warm sun. Holidaymakers prefer Camps Bay because it offers plenty of daytime activities and it has a vibrant nightlife. Several clubs and restaurants are available to locals and visitors.

Camps Bay might be a popular tourist destination, but it is also an area that many residents like to call home. Some of the homes for sale in Camps Bay include large homes that are perfect for big families and apartment buildings that cater for young professionals or younger couples. Many retired residents choose Camps Bay as the perfect spot to spend their golden years. There are several schools and cafes in the area, and the suburb is close to the Cape Town City Bowl which makes commuting a breeze.

There are many activities available for young and old within Camps Bay and in the surrounding areas. Oudekraal lies nearby and consists of a selection of smaller beaches that are hidden by boulders. It is a great picnic or braai spot, and it is perfect for lazing around with a good book. Lui Bay offers great diving spots and is quite popular amongst local divers. Koeël Bay has an open-air African curio market where hand-crafted items from all over the continent are sold. If you aren’t in the mood for the market, the beach itself is peaceful and relaxing.

Camps Bay Beach received its Blue Flag status in 2008 and it has maintained its standard ever since. Thanks to the mindful residents and considerate tourists, it is one of the cleanest beaches in the country. Families, couples, and retired residents can enjoy the water and sand without worry. It remains one of the most in-demand suburbs in Cape Town and it offers an exclusive lifestyle that remains unmatched. A Camps Bay property is an amazing investment and it is a great way to diversity your real estate portfolio. It is also a great way to start settling down. Whatever your property needs are, it is never a bad decision to buy in Camps Bay.

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