Victoria Road, which runs along the entire length of the beach front, was only completed in the late 1800's. Camps Bay attracted nature loving holiday makers and Victorians adored the secluded beaches and picnic areas.
In 1855 a prominent land owner thought Camps Bay had the potential to be developed. 40 Plots were put up for sale but it was not until 1863 they were finally sold, even the rumour of gold in Camps Bay did not encourage people to buy.
Camps Bay real estate entered the 20th century with a state of the art tourist attraction, spectacular tram rides along its stunning coast line. This brought holiday makers and locals to the area.
Gradually over the next few decades its popularity grew from strength to strength and Camps Bay is today one of the most prosperous and sought after areas when it comes to choosing the ideal Cape Town real estate to live in.
Locals and international travellers from all over the world come to relax, soak up the sun, socialise, entertain and dine in some of the country's most fabulous restaurants - not to mention the magnificent mountain and ocean views.
People from all walks of life flock to the area in order to work, live and play as it has a unique combination of culture, history, geography as well as a zest for life. Camps Bay property is very desirable and has always been recognised as a sound investment for the future.
Our listings price ranges for Camps Bay Property
Residential Sale Property Ranging from R8,950,000 to R25,000,000