Tyson to market one of a kind development in Upper Green Point

There are some things that money can’t buy – spectacular views from Mouille Point to the V&A Waterfront and a trendy and lively neighbourhood that encapsulates the very best of the Cape Town lifestyle. For the rest, there’s One Eleven Ocean View Drive, which comprises two elegant and exclusive upmarket penthouses in a prime part of Upper Green Point, one of the most sought after areas on the Atlantic Seaboard.

One Eleven Ocean View Drive, which will be sold off plan, will be launched this month to discerning property investors. Situated at the top of the Green Point hills, these two luxury penthouse apartments will be constructed on one of the very last vacant erfs in the area.

Tyson Properties agent for the Atlantic Seaboard, Saadiq Effendi, says that the development will take two years to complete.

Designed by Juan Bernicchi of Bernicchi Architects who has added his touch to a number of signature high rise residential buildings in Cape Town and in Green Point in particular, this new development will be synonymous with opulence.

Effendi points out that Bernicchi’s designs are modern and minimalistic with clean, crisp lines. These are evident throughout but particularly in the ingenious mix of indoor and outdoor spaces.

Penthouse One comprises an open plan kitchen and living area, three en suite bedrooms, a study, a rooftop pavilion with heated pool and garden.  Penthouse One will go to market at R26,52 million.

Penthouse Two includes three en suite bedrooms, an open plan kitchen and living area as well as an innovative indoor / outdoor area.  The owners will be able to enjoy a beautiful plunge pool and vertical garden.   Penthouse Two is priced at R20,5 million.

Prices include VAT but no transfer duty.

Both penthouses are characterised by floor to ceiling windows that will allow residents to soak up the beautiful ocean views as well as the attractive urban landscape that includes both island and bay views, the Urban Park, stadium and golf course.

Attention to detail and quality finishes are a given.
The ultra-contemporary kitchens will be fully equipped with state-of-the-art integrated appliances. Cabinetry will be custom designed and fitted according to the purchaser’s preference.

Homeowners will drive directly into the communal garage at ground level and will have direct access to the penthouses by a lift.

Effendi says that One Eleven Ocean View Drive will set a whole new standard in an area that is already known for luxurious high rise developments, designer homes and stylish penthouse apartments.   

The apartments will be energy efficient, smart home and security ready allowing the purchaser to customise their home technology.


MD of Tyson Properties, Chris Tyson, said that his real estate agency is honoured to be marketing a development of this calibre.

“As with many of the high-end developments that we market and sell, One Eleven Ocean View Drive shows just how a well-designed living space can connect seamlessly with and reflect one of the finest lifestyles that Cape Town has to offer. In addition to being home to the iconic Green Point Urban Park, the Cape Town Stadium and the V&A Waterfront, Green Point offers an array of shops, eateries, pubs and music clubs as well as museums and art galleries. It is also a perfect location from which to access the popular Cape Town beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.”

Tyson said that, in light of the above and the fact that Green Point offers the perfect location for healthy activities such as walking, running and cycling, One Eleven Ocean View Drive was not only the perfect opportunity for those looking to buy the perfect upmarket residence but also investors in high-end properties that are suitable for the buy-to-let market.

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