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13 Jarvis Street, De Waterkant, 8001, Cape Town, Western Cape

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About Leapfrog, Leapfrog City Bowl

Leapfrog City Bowl / Atlantic Seaboard / De Waterkant offer an excellent range of properties to suit all tastes. We deal in properties from Woodstock, the whole of the City Bowl, De Waterkant and all along the Atlantic Seaboard.


The City Bowl is diverse and offers various lifestyles to cater for all tastes. Cape Town property includes Woodstock. Here you will find smaller Victorian houses, newly built flats and apartments as well as the Saturday Organic Market with its many stalls and activities to enjoy over weekends. Across the city you will find areas such as Gardens, Tamboerskloof, Vredehoek, offering larger homes and apartments all nestled under Table Mountain.


Some of the most prime properties in Cape Town are found along the Atlantic Seaboard. Beautiful apartment blocks can be found along one of the most scenic and sought after coastlines in the World. The world renowned tourist destination, the V & A Waterfront is only 5 minutes away, Green Point, Sea Point, Mouille Point, Bantry Bay and Camps Bay are some of the suburbs making up the Atlantic Seaboards


Right beside the City Bowl you will find the charming, historical and trendy Village known as De Waterkant. Properties here are always in huge demand. Here you will find beautiful semi-detached cottages and houses which are unique and traditional - some offering wonderful opportunities to renovate, while still keeping the original features and architecture in place. Most of the properties here are owned by foreigner who rent them out either on a daily weekly or monthly lets - rentals are always in high demand.

Whether one buys, rents or buys to rent, you can be secure in the knowledge that Cape Town property has continued to attract both local and international buyers and maintained its value even in times of recession.