Luxury apartments overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Robben Island and Lion’s Head dot this upmarket suburb that lies between Three Anchor Bay and Granger Bay, just outside the city of Cape Town.
Here luxury lock-up-and-go apartment buildings blend together with an eclectic mix of barbers, deli’s and boutique shops to create a one-of-a-kind community. Add to that, attractions such as a golf course, the sea side promenade and the sports and sailing clubs based on the nearby Common has made Mouille Point quite a sought after address in the modern Cape Town.
Its most famous landmark, The Lighthouse, is actually the Green Point Lighthouse but locals have claimed it as their own and use regularly to give directions to visitors. It is also the oldest operational lighthouse in the country.
Mouille Point is only minutes away from the V&A Waterfront and the centre of Cape Town with its vibrant Long Street, trendy Kloof Street and the many museums, galleries, and nooks, and crannies.
60% of all buyers are in the mature range of life (50+)
Price overview of Mouille Point
The majority of properties in Mouille Point are Sectional Title apartment blocks, consisting of 1,2 or 3 beds with views of the ocean, or Table Mountain. Prices are averaging at R4,5m, and tenants can expect to pay anything from R20,000pm upwards.
Popular in Mouille Point
Green Point Stadium, The Mouille Point Lighthouse, Hussar Grill, Newport Bakery, V & A Waterfront, Metropolitan Golf Course
My Mouille Point tip
There is a definite shortage of well priced good stock, but its worth the wait - the sunsets are terrific, and the location speaks for itself.
Mouille Point Map
Latest properties and houses in Mouille Point, Cape Town
Savvy sales team keeps Waterfront property market buoyant
22 Jan 2019
Surging demand for a secure lifestyle and apartment living close to the waterfront has seen Pam Golding Properties conclude residential sales of over half a billion rand in Mouille Point, the Waterfront and Foreshore in the past year.
Push and pull effect keeps Western Cape’s property market on course
24 Oct 2018
During the past five years, the Western Cape housing market flourished even as the national economy – and the balance of the housing market – lost momentum. Leading the pack in terms of house price growth were the suburbs surrounding the City Centre, with the top performing sub-regions in the Cape Metro property market last year being the Atlantic Seaboard at 18.3% and the City Bowl at 15.1%.