The famous Nettleton Road residence is said to be “Cape Town’s most popular and requested rental villa”.
The bungalow is located in a prime location and you’ll be forking out a cool R55 million if you want to see your name on the title deed.
On Friday, end-of-the-academic-year celebrations descended into chaos at Clifton Fourth Beach, with multiple videos showing brutal attacks on an individual.
For more than four-and-a-half years, residents have complained to the City of Cape Town about “visual pollution”, and they’ve finally emerged victorious.
Well done on making it through one of the gloomiest winters on record. Now treat yourself to a lovely pad right on the beach.
I want to live the good life, so I did a little digging to see what it costs to rent an apartment on Clifton with direct access to the beach.
I guess whilst the Cape Town property market, in general, is struggling, parking bays are on the up and up.
The dust has yet to settle on the December #ReclaimClifton protests, and now there’s been another slaughter on the beach.
These holidays, Clifton Beach was in the news for all the wrong reasons. Now the security firm at the centre of the row has given their version of events.
If you happened to frequent the Clifton party scene during the noughties, the names ‘Aquarius’ and ‘Villa Del Sole’ might ring a bell.
Guess what? There’s actually a property in Clifton that could be within your price range. If that sounds interesting to you, come and take a look.
Situated on the slope of Lion’s Head, the six-storey mansion recently sold to a local buyer for cool R120 million. Of course it’s a beaut.
Although Clifton and Camps Bay could easily be equals, there’s one minor phenomenon that is most probably the cause of Clifton properties being more expensive. Do you agree?
Hectares of land between Clifton and Camps Bay have been sold off by the City, and everyone is getting ready for some serious development to take place.
Remember that parking bay in Clifton, up for sale not too long ago? Well, it was paid for in cash by someone with a love for the Cape.
Everyone knows Cape Town property prices are spiralling out of control at a rapid rate, and that’s even true when you’re talking about the cream of the crop.
It’s not every day you find what looks like a stash of weapons along the finest beach stretch South Africa has to offer. So what are we dealing with here?
Clifton could be regarded as the sexiest place in Cape Town, what with its beach-going lifestyle and endless views – but the price might be a bit, umm, much.
Theres a new hashtag doing the rounds and #CliftonPooper may leave you equal parts disgusted and amused. What was this woman thinking?
Residents in one of Cape Town’s most sought after areas are up in arms about how the City is handling a new development project.
Although the battle for Clifton real estate is real, there seems to be a few place available for rent this December. You in?
Feel like splurging on accommodation while you’re down in the Cape? Dig deep and you could be living in the lap of luxury.
Casatu’s provincial general secretary, Tony, placed a lot of demands on The City of Cape Town during yesterday’s march – and most were a tad silly.
Those of you living on in the real world would have been vaguely aware of a Japanese fishing vessel, the Eihatsu Maru, parked on South Africa’s fair shores in the last two weeks.What you might not have thought about in the ensuing drama was the incredible job that the crew of the SMIT Amandla tug […]
Tomorrow, SA Maritime Safety Authorities will make another attempt to remove the stranded Eihatsu Maru from Clifton’s First beach. Last night, 2oceansVibe spoke to one of the men in charge, Samsa’s chief operations officer, Sobantu Tilayi. Many questions still remain about the reasons why the captain grounded the vessel, but Tilayi said the operation has now reached a critical stage.
Hear ye, hear ye, ladies. You don’t want to miss this trick. MINX, purveyors and retailers of sexy little bikinis (they’re not lying – check out their range) are offering you and your friends the opportunity to swing by their fabulous Camps Bay headquarters for a private viewing of their range, and of course, a […]
Hannah Rhind, daugher of Cape Town businessman Philip Rhind, was the target of a petrol bomb thrown at her father’s Clifton house earlier this year. We know this because her name was on the bomb. And in a rather embarrassing turn of events for Shumsheer Singh Ghumman, that little personalised touch also led to the speedy identification of him as the perpetrator.
Regular readers will remember the flurry caused by Clifton Shores when production first got underway. Readers were mostly happy to have South Africa, and Cape Town, chosen as the venue for an international reality show, but many were not shy to voice their concerns over what the final product might look like. Click through for the first taste.