Bishopscourt property represents some of the most valuable property not only in South Africa, but arguably the African continent. One of Cape Town's oldest suburbs, Bishopscourt was originally the site of Jan Van Riebeek's farm "Boscheuwel". The almond hedge, which he planted in 1660 to protect the cattle of the Cape Colonists, still stands in sections of Kirstenbosch and can be seen opposite number 31 Klaassens Road./p>
Bishopscourt is a lush, green and leafy neighbourhood and home to the world renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. International summer open air music concerts are also held in the gardens between November and March. Situated on the back slopes of Table Mountain, it boasts amazing views from Devils Peak to the Hottentots Mountain Range in the East.
With the V&A Waterfront and the Atlantic Seaboard in the North, and Muizenberg in the South, Bishopscourt real estate has very easy road access to the M3 never leaving residents without options to explore the city.
Our listings price ranges for Bishopscourt Property:
Residential Sale Property ranging from R9,900,000 to R45,000,000/p>