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Chapman’s Bay Estate - a rare eco-friendly estate

Overlooking the Noordhoek Valley and featuring breath-taking, panoramic views, Chapman’s Bay Estate is a rare gem that epitomises eco-friendly living. With the Table Mountain Nature Reserve as the backdrop to the development, one couldn't ask for a more scenic place to call home. 



The 45-hectare estate, which is marketed exclusively by Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate, combines views of ocean, mountain and indigenous fynbos with the utmost sensitivity to the environment. 

CEO of Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate Mike Greeff says, “The quality of the homes not only maximises luxury and space but encourages environmentally friendly living which is something we are extremely proud to put our name to.”

With security estates becoming increasingly popular, many developments tend to lean towards densification, but Chapman’s Bay Estate bucks this trend by spreading 145 units across the sprawling estate. Units include townhouses as well as free-standing homes with two, three and four-bedroom options. 

Exceptional care was taken to work with the natural mountain contours of the estate to create spaces which promise maximum privacy and minimum wind. The level of attention given to fauna and flora is evident in the road crossings for the endangered Western leopard toad and the use of fencing that will not inhibit the growth and spread of the indigenous fynbos.

Bruce Durham of Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate believes now is the opportune time to invest in Chapman's Bay Estate. "Chapman's Bay Estate constitutes a very smart purchase right now, as one is investing into a secure and established Estate, which continues to show good capital growth and a healthy lifestyle, away from the stresses of the city. The values in the estate have already grown over the past four years and entry-level to the estate is now R 5 535 500 including VAT, and no transfer duty for a brand-new three to four bedroom home.

Dale Gremels of Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate shared her thoughts adding, "Chapman’s Bay offers a secure lifestyle in beautiful surroundings where it is possible to have a real sense of community. Children may wander freely and without fear around the estate as it is truly a place to call home.”

With only one fifth of stock still available, the estate is expected to be 80 percent complete by the end of 2018 and the remaining units are guaranteed to move quickly. While plans have been drawn up for each of the plot types, purchasers may utilise an architect of their own choosing to design their own bespoke home, provided the design is in keeping with the estate’s guidelines.



Residents of Chapman’s Bay Estate are diverse and hail from all parts of the world, but all share a love of nature and a desire to live in harmony with it. With a newly opened Virgin Active gym within walking distance, and the ocean a stone’s throw away, fitness enthusiasts will love the convenience Chapman’s Bay Estate has to offer.

Investors into Chapman’s Bay Estate are achieving an exceptional return on investment with buyers seeing property value growth of 30% in just 18 months.


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