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Student Accommodation: The University of Cape Town

Situated at the foot of Devil’s Peak, The University of Cape Town  enjoys panoramic views of the beautiful city and just like the city, the university is a melting pot of vibrant and diverse student life.


 
Suburbs around the university

Suburbs in close proximity to the campus includes Devil’s Peak, Mowbray and Rondebosch.

Devil’s Peak - property in this area has the advantage of enjoy beautiful views of the city as it is nestled on the slopes of Cape Town’s most famous mountain. Unlike most of the City Bowl, Devil’s Peak is not zoned for apartments or multi-dwelling units, this means that most of the property here is smaller homes.

Mowbray - Mowbray is known for its convenient locality to all of Cape Town's amenities, particularly exclusive schools, the University of Cape Town, the world-famous Groote Schuur Hospital and sporting facilities, such as the Rondebosch Golf Course and Newlands Rugby and Cricket grounds. Boasting large family homes, when you buy a house in the Southern Suburbs, you are not only buying a home, but rather a lifestyle.

Rondebosch - The centre of the Southern Suburbs, Rondebosch is a leafy and historic suburb boasting with large properties and is in close proximity of the University. Situated in Rondebosch is Rondebosch Park, where most of the students of the university lives.

Property currently for sale and to rent close to the university

Property for sale in Observatory, or if you prefer property for rent in Observatory
There are also properties for sale in Rondebosch, or maybe you want property for rent in Rondebosch Park

Remember that you can explore other suburbs with our unique radius search to find property for sale or to rent around the University of Cape Town


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