V&A canal facing apartments is "good value"

30 November 2012

 V&A canal facing apartments is "good value"

 
The prices of apartments at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, although definitely less affected than those of most Atlantic Seaboard luxury homes and flats, are right now quite exceptionally attractive, says Lanice Steward, MD of Anne Porter Knight Frank, the Cape Peninsula estate agency which has in the last few years greatly increased its market share of Sea Point, Green Point, Camps Bay and V & A Waterfront property transactions.
 
One especially well priced property for sale right now, says Catherine Timotei, the Waterfront specialist agent for APKF, is a spacious two bedroom, two bathroom apartment on which the list price is R6 350 000.
 
“Apart from superb finishes and features, including large porcelain tiles and immaculate aluminium/stainless steel window and door frames, this apartment’s big attraction,” said Timotei, “is that it has views of the canal which leads into the yacht basin.  From here it is only a five minute walk to the heart of the Waterfront and all it has to offer.”
 
The apartment comes with two basement parking bays, air-conditioning, under-floor heating, a balcony – and access to the development’s own swimming pools and communal area. 
 
It is protected by a state-of-the-art security system and benefits too from the high level, all-pervasive security of the V & A as a whole.
 
“This,” said Timotei, “is an ideal top of the range lock-up-and-go investment, well suited to the international visitor or to the top ranking executive who needs to be close to the CBD and able to offer entertaining facilities in a world acclaimed setting.”
 
For further information contact Catherine Timotei on 083 237 8928.