Property for Sale in Milnerton and Surrounding Areas Offer Great Value

Property for Sale in Milnerton and Surrounding Areas Offer Great Value

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Milnerton is known for its magnificent views of Table Mountain, Signal Hill and Lion’s Head. It is also known for the popular Milnerton golf course right next to the beach, and the Milnerton lagoon. If you are looking for a property for sale in Milnerton , you would probably eye one of the suburb’s extraordinary beach front properties with views on all the above. But if you can’t afford such a property for sale in Milnerton, you will be able to find good deals in the neighbourhood which will still be just a few minutes’ drive from the beach. It is the ideal neighbourhood for those working in Cape Town as it is only about 10km from the city. With an English medium primary school and high school Milnerton is also a great neighbourhood to raise kids. Property for sale in Milnerton is in close range to the popular Century City which is home to the Canal Walk shopping centre and Ratanga Junction theme park. This area could sometimes be windy, but on a nice day nothing beats a stroll along the Milnerton beach. It is also a very popular surfing site. But beware! The water is freezing cold and it is probably better to only enter when wearing a wetsuit. Nearby suburbs include Bothasig, Tableview, Edgemead, Melkbosstrand and Sunset Links. Sunset Links offers secure apartments on the popular golf estate. Apartments on Woodbridge Island, connected to the mainland with a bridge, are also extremely sought after. Woodbridge Island is surrounded by the lagoon on the one side, and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, and is right next to the golf course. Bothasig is becoming increasingly popular with first time buyers as properties are small to medium sized and reasonably priced.


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