Modern ground floor bachelor apartment in beautiful part of Hout Bay - Scott Estate.
Open-plan lounge / bedroom leading out onto a private courtyard.
Kitchen / bathroom with bath & shower.
Full DSTV on a 32'' screen.
Pool in complex.
Parking right outside front door.
Security complex centrally situated to shops, restaurants & a 5 minute to the beach.
Total size - Apartment & outside entertaining arrear 72sq metres
Hout Bay, known by its residents as the republic of Hout Bay, has only three means of access. Yet it is only 20 minutes drive from the city centre, via the coast road past Llandudno and Camps Bay and commuting is a pleasure. Hout Bay is entirely surrounded by mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Up to 15 years ago, it was little more than a fishing village, serviced entirely by one superette, but today it has boomed and offers a wide range of restaurants and pubs.
Hout Bay offers one of the safest sailing venues anywhere and its waters are home to the full range of water sports. Hout Bay has one of the most active fishing harbours in South Africa and fish and chips are a local treat. The mountains surrounding Hout Bay provide some incredible hiking and breath taking views and the Disa River supports wetlands that are home to a wide range of birdlife. The World of Birds, a reserve in Hout Bay, is a unique opportunity to view some of these.
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Hout Bay is a bustling, friendly village only 20 minutes from the heart of Cape Town, with golden beaches, magnificent seascapes and panoramic vistas.
There are excellent restaurants, a modern shopping mall, yet Hout Bay offers a quiet environment perfect for families. The Harbour nestles below the watchful presence of The Sentinel, an ideal deep sea fishing departure point.
Chapman’s Peak stands imposingly at the heart of Chapman’s Peak Drive, connecting Hout Bay with Noordhoek along one of the most dramatic marine routes in the world that hugs the coast of the Atlantic Seaboard for nine kilometres.
Chapmans Peak Drive climbs steadily from the harbour of Hout Bay, skirting 114 curves of Chapman’s Peak to follow the rocky coastline along some truly magnificent views of the sandy bays below. The combination of steep, almost thrilling rocky inclines, shimmering blue waters and expansive skies simply take the breath away and to compensate for this, there are a number of rest areas en route where one can simply stop and drink in the views or picnic. Despite this invitation to take it slowly, the toll road also serves as a ‘shortcut’ for people living in Hout Bay wanting to reach the Southern Suburbs or Cape Town, by saving up to 20 minutes during peak traffic hours.
Chapman’s Peak Drive also offers superb hiking experiences.
Hout Bay is just 20 minutes’ from the centre of Cape Town yet has a unique and timeless beauty that makes it so popular with locals and visitors.
Hout Bay was formerly a fishing village and has managed to maintain its unique combination of fishing harbour and country atmosphere, despite development. Its long, sandy beach faces a bay framed by mountains and is quite simply exceptionally beautiful. Capetonians throng here over weekends to partake of the local fish & chips and to catch a glimpse of the resident Cape seals that make the harbour their home.
Getting into Cape Town from Hout Bay offers three distinct possibilities, all of which are scenic drives. Chapman’s Peak, although a toll road, remains one of the most beautiful and awesome routes with views to take your breath away, whilst the route over Suikerbossie Hill to Llandudno and other Atlantic beaches of Cape Town, in the shadow of the Twelve Apostles, is equally inspiring.