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Rare new luxury apartments for Cape Town’s 'French Riviera’

A new apartment block in Fresnaye, one of Cape Town’s most sought-after areas on the Atlantic Seaboard, is the latest spectacular redevelopment by the boutique property company, Signatura, which continues to wave a magic wand in transforming homes in this high demand area.



Nestled on the Cliffside and featuring spectacular views, 53 on Kloof, offers seven new apartments each with its own balcony and secure parking and some also have storerooms.

Set back from the road, the apartments have sweeping views of the sea and Lion's Head. They are particularly well priced from R4.85-million, positioned as they are, among some of the most expensive villas, in what is considered the Riviera of Cape Town.

Known for its gloriously cosmopolitan ambience, and easy access to the city and neighbourhood hubs including the Sea point beachfront, trendy De Waterkant, Cape Town City and with the glitz of Camps Bay on its perimeter, it is the perfect setting for easy living.

The development, which is situated between Avenue Disandt and Des Huguenots features six two- bedroomed apartments and a luxurious 3-bedroomed penthouse 53 on Kloof is set to rival Signatura’s three other developments which were unveiled in Fresnaye earlier this year, the Residence, The Address and the recently launched Algarkirk -  most of which have already been sold. 

John Rabie, whose Signatura brand has become synonymous with trendsetting well-designed residential projects for modern living in sought after urban areas, says 53 on Kloof is one of Signatura’s most exciting projects yet, in terms of its price and position.

“We all know how difficult it is to buy new properties in Fresnaye and we believe we have designed a product that will suit the market perfectly.

“The apartments are exceptional and have the feel of private, sprawling villas perched high up in Fresnaye.

“The block is very modern and is designed to maximise the space and the views. The entrance and main facade are well positioned off the street in a treed and walled secure area.  Our architect has considered all aspects and has created balcony shading and sliding screens to regulate the sun.  The sliding doors also have double glazing for extra privacy and temperature control”, he said.


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