Celeb shops for property in Hout Bay & Llandudno.

Yet another celebrity has been spotted shopping for property along Cape Town’s exclusive Atlantic Seaboard and this time the price tags of properties viewed were around the R6 million mark.
 
Conrad Steinhobel of Lew Geffen Sotheby's International Realty, Hout Bay, says that John Malkovitch, who is currently in SA filming Disgrace, a movie based on the award-winning novel by JM Coetzee, viewed two properties that he knows of in the seaside suburbs of Hout Bay and Llandudno within the last two weeks.
 
“Interestingly, two of the properties he viewed were priced relatively affordably by international standards one, a 5 bedroomed, 4 bathroom house on a 1500 stand within the Klein Leeukoppie Estate in Hout Bay on the market for R6 million.
 
“And, another property he viewed was a Llandudno home consisting of 3 bedroom and 3 bathrooms, on a 500 square metre stand with modern finishes, Jacuzzi and swimming pool with mountain and sea views, on the market for R6.5 million.
 
Malkovitch is among several other celebrities and high profile international business people to have being shopping for Cape Town property over the last few months says Steinhobel.
 

“Obviously privacy is of utmost importance to this nature of client therefore I am unable to confirm where Malkovitch purchased, but the fact that high net-worth individuals are showing sustained interest in the South African property market is another vote of confidence in the political and economic future of the country.”

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