CAPE TOWN - A recent study by property group Seeff, based on data from Lightstone and Propstats for the period February 2011 to July 2016, released that Cape Town is home to nine of the 10 richest suburbs in South Africa.
The top 10 most expensive suburbs in the country by average selling price:
- Clifton – R23 million
- Llandudno – R17 million
- Bantry Bay – R16.9 million
- Sandhurst – R16.5 million
- Camps Bay – R16.2 million
- Fresnaye – R16 million
- Waterfront – R16 million
- Higgovale – R16 million
- Bishopscourt – R15.1 million
- Constantia Upper – R11.6 million
By glancing through the pages of Private Property, it is clear that Cape Town dominates the list of expensive property.
However, there is comparable property in other parts of South Africa that are worthy of note. Take a look!
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE