5 Bedroom House in Flamingo Vlei
R 2 399 000
5 Bedroom House in Flamingo Vlei
R 2 399 000
Great property in a excellent location offering a whole lot of accommodation plus a separate flatlet. The income potential of this home is huge if you want to use it as a guest house. Or if you have a large family ten there is sufficient for all to not feel claustrophobic.
The location is superb as it is close to schools, My Citi bus-routes, R27, N1 and N7 with a selection of routes to take you into Cape Town avoiding the bottleneck traffic mornings.
The Northern suburbs are less than 20knm away with easy access roads also offering a number of different routes.
When it comes to playing - the beaches such as Table View and Blouberg are a short 5 min drive.
Shopping, dining and entertainment are all within easy reach and you will never be bored. Spoilt for choice. Canal Walk Shopping Centre is a stones throw away - or perhaps Bayside Mall is your preference.Not to forget Ratanga Junction where the fun never ends.
Kitchen with separate scullery
2 Living Areas
Undercover entertainment patio leading to pool
Lapa with braai
Pool with solar heating to en
Large garden with borehole opportunity given the low water table in the area.
Easy access to main road access
Close to sought after schools
2 Large shopping centres in area and many other major centres close by.
Easy access to Cape Town as well as the northern suburbs and West Coast.
Call to arrange your private viewing now! Tomorrow may just be too late.
Tableview or Table View is a west coast suburb of Cape Town, South Africa, named after its view of Table Mountain. It has expanded rapidly since the 1970s and has extensions such as Flamingo Vlei, Sunridge, West Riding, Parklands and Killarney. Table View has various shopping malls such as, Bayside and Table View Mall.
Table View's primary public schools are Table View Primary School and Table View High School.
Table View Beach
Table View's beach is located along the seafront road. It has a numerous parking spots, which is home to local entrepreneurs selling items such as carved animals. The beach stretches both north and south, making it a common place for long jogs or walks. On windy days one can see local people flying coloured kites of different forms and sizes.
Flamingo Vlei Rietvlei Wetland Reserve
The Rietvlei Wetland Reserve is a 663-hectare (1,640-acre) nature reserve situated in Milnerton, Cape Town, South Africa. It is managed by the City of Cape Town's Environmental Resource Management Department.
The Rietvlei Wetland Reserve forms part of the greater 880 hectares (2,200 acres) Table Bay Nature Reserve.
Rietvlei is considered as the most important area for water birds in the region and is recognized as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International. Official recognition of its importance to biodiversity by the South African government was first afforded in 1984, when it was established as a Nature Area. This was followed by its declaration as a Protected Natural Environment in 1989, and the establishment of the Rietvlei Wetland Reserve in 1993.
Rietvlei Wetland Reserve offers various user activities, including several types of water sport recreation, bird watching, picnic, fishing and outdoor environmental education opportunities. The Rietvlei Education Centre hosts a range of environmental education programmes and utilises the two bird hides and the short footpath for field excursions.
The Milnerton Aquatic Club leases areas of land inside the nature reserve from where they promote windsurf, sail, power- and radio-controlled boating. The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) manages a rehabilitation facility at Rietvlei.
The Diep estuary
The Diep River flows through the Rietvlei wetland and the Milnerton Lagoon, which together have generally been considered to comprise the Diep estuary.
Birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals. A total of 173 species have been recorded at Rietvlei, of which 102 are water birds and 76 are present regularly. Breeding has been confirmed for 23 water bird species and is suspected for a further 13 species. The high diversity of water birds is due to the wide range of wetland habitats present and the proximity of Rietvlei to the ocean, which allows both freshwater and coastal species to exploit the system. Fluctuating water-levels are intrinsic to Rietvleis biological value. During peak floods, swimming birds of deep, open water abound. Birds of marshy habitats replace these as the water recedes, and waders exploiting shallow mudflats occur in great abundance just prior to the wetland drying up. Rietvlei has been ranked as the sixth most important coastal wetland in South Africa for water birds, and it supports an average of 5,550 birds in summer during good years, however, numbers are boosted above 15,000.
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The Tableview and Blouberg neighbourhood on the Western Seaboard of Cape Town includes the suburbs of Big Bay, Blaauwberg, Bloubergrant, Parklands and Tableview. The area is vibey both day and night. During the day, life revolves around the beach with surfing, stand-up boarding, running and cycling proving popular with locals. At night the numerous pubs, clubs and restaurants buzz with activity. The area is extremely popular with families due to it being child-friendly, having great schools and being affordable, in comparison to other areas in Cape Town.Find out more about Tableview and Blouberg