The City of Johannesburg is a fast-paced place to be, but living within the suburb of Westcliff moves you towards a slightly slower pace, without sacrificing the convenience of living in South Africa’s golden city.
Home to one of the country’s most renowned and exclusive hotels, the Four Seasons Westcliff, that should say it all about living in Westcliff. Combining olde worlde luxury and modern convenience, buying your home in Westcliff is a property dream come true.
Boasting a relatively small population, and situated in one of South Africa’s most beautiful spots, the suburb of Knysna is a quaint addition to this list of the 10 most expensive suburbs in South Africa. Well-adapted for both tourism and suburban citizens, living in Knysna is an experience like none other. And, while substantial development in and around the region is still underway, the eclectic and laidback lifestyle that’s embedded into this suburb will stay.
Mansions are a marvellous way to spend your money, and you’ll have your pick of the best in Somerset West. Enjoy being surrounded by wine farms, nature reserves, and exceptional views, you’ll find lots to do in this little suburb, as it features on our list of the 10 most expensive suburbs in South Africa.
A mix of farmland living and suburban homes make up this small suburb that’s charmingly referred to by locals as “The Crest”. To get there, you just need to travel “up the hill” (that’s Field’s Hill, for tourists and visitors), to enjoy an immediate escape from Durban’s signature humidity.
Well-loved by its residents, the quaint and quiet lifestyle within Hillcrest makes it a must for the home seeker who is keen to splash out on a new home within one of the 10 most expensive suburbs in South Africa.
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