Double volume glass lobby lounge and business centre
An in-house concierge
Manicured pathways lined with soaring trees
Sheltered play area
20 Metre indoor heated pool
Spa and gym
12 Private swimming pools
Children’s play area
Expansive storage facilities
At all times a full power generation throughout the estate
Digital broadband facilities
New Development Profile
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Prime real estate, situated on Cape Town's Atlantic Coastline, Bantry Hills is the epitome of luxury living. Nestled at the foot of the mountains and gazing imperiously over the ocean, this spectacular development is a stones's throw away from some of the Cape's finest schools and amenities.
Bantry Hills will be a R750 million development erected over 7 acres of prime land between Ilford and Tramway Roads in the heart of the Atlantic Seaboard.
The graciously curved 13-level building will have 68 uniquely designed luxury units - with prices ranging from R4 million for a one-bedroom apartment to over R45 million for the penthouses. Access will be from Kloof Road, down Kings Road and into Ilford Road. There will be three discrete parking levels with one parking space for every bedroom acquired.
The apartments are designed in 4 towers each with their own set of elevators and private lobbies. Most of the apartments are uniquely designed with windows and balconies facing both Lion's Head and the Atlantic Ocean.
At Bantry Hills I've created a space of calm, where the architecture enhances the environment and never seeks to eclipse the natural beauty that surrounds - every line and texture conspires to bring harmony. This is truly a special place, where no detail has been left to chance'. - Dennis Fabian
Finishes have been selected, not purely for their aesthetic value, but for how they feel, ensuring spaces with tactile, multi-sensory appeal. Investors who buy off-plan will have the opportunity to personalise their homes from the selection of high-end finishes.
There is so much to discover on your doorstep - beaches, fynbos, mountains, schools, cultural icons rich in history, cuisine for every palate , theatres, music - it's almost a sin to stay home. And once you have discovered what Cape Town can offer, get out there and explore, take a guided architectural tour through the City, haul yourself to the top of Table Mountain, on foot or in the cable car, or go birding in the fynbos. Whatever your choice Cape Town is sure to have it.
Clifton Beach Arguably Cape Town's most beautiful beach, trendy Clifton has to be experienced at least once: whether you're relaxing in the sun during the day or picnicking in the warm evening sand, the natural splendour of Lion's Head and nearby Twelve Apostles Mountains towering over Clifton's pristine white sand and clear blue water is sure to lure you back again and again.
Camps Bay Beach Situated on the Atlantic coastline, a few minutes from Clifton, Camps Bay beach offers the best of both worlds: under the watchful gaze of the Twelve Apostles Mountains, pristine white sand and tranquil blue waters lure action-seekers and sun-worshippers alike, whilst those with culinary leanings are spoilt for choice in arguably the finest restaurant strip in Cape Town.
Chapmans Peak Drive Make your way from Hout Bay to Noordhoek via the spectacular Chapman's Peak Drive: hug the near-vertical mountain face whilst you enjoy the breath-taking scenery over the Atlantic Ocean. Or stop at one of the many rest points to toast the sunset. Hailed as a marvel of engineering when opened in 1922, the road has undergone major changes and now operates as a toll road.
V&A Waterfront Cape Town's charming historical harbour has been converted into one of Africa's finest shopping malls, so whether you're looking for five-star cuisine or fish and chips, Gucci shoes or hand-made curios, leisure activities or children's play areas, the V&A Waterfront is the place. Or you can simply take your time to wander around this amazing development in the shadow of Table Mountain.