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franschhoek
R19,500,000
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5
6
2
Step Up
This small farm has a big heart. With spectacular views and two comfortable hous...
franschhoek
R5,950,000
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6
6
420m²
House sold in Franschhoek
Sole and exclusive mandate. Versatile property, that can be utilized as a family...
franschhoek
R5,450,000
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2
2
1
169m²
Townhouse for sale in Franschhoek
Luxurious living in boutique estate. A perfectly positioned property within walk...
franschhoek
R2,995,000
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2
2
151m²
Apartment sold in Franschhoek
Sole and exclusive mandate. A property that offers investors or homeowners a sop...
franschhoek
R19,500,000
5
5
2
4ha
Farm for sale in Franschhoek
Step into one of two homes that will definitely warm your heart. Spectacular vie...
00 le bour, franschhoek
R2,600,000
2
2
116m²
2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Franschhoek
Opportunity to own one of these recently built luxury units, situated in the cen...
franschhoek
R29,999,000
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10
9
4
860m²
House for sale in Franschhoek
This unique lifestyle farm is situated on the outskirts of the picture-perfect t...
18 van riebeeck street, franschhoek
R7,495,000
4
5
260m²
House for sale in Franschhoek
Preeminent home in every sense. Fully furnished timeless beauty. Very well sized...
franschhoek
R5,900,000
2
2
1
190m²
Newly Renovated
This house is situated on a panhandle stand for privacy. With 2 bedrooms and a s...
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Market & Opinion
Young buyers are snapping up properties in Boland and Overberg towns
13 Jun 2022
Young home buyers, especially first-time buyers, are flocking to smaller, more outlying towns in the Western Cape’s Boland and Overberg regions, such as Malmesbury, Wellington, Worcester, Elgin, and Grabouw.
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Market & Opinion
The demand for coastal properties is here to stay
08 Jun 2022
The trend to favour the coastal lifestyle over the urban hustle and bustle remains strong long after peak pandemic activity has subsided. Demand for suburbs that offer a higher quality of lifestyle is likely to remain high for the foreseeable future.
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Market & Opinion
Winelands “Zoom towns” sees strong rental demand
29 Sep 2021
Towns such as Paarl, Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, Wellington, and Tulbagh have become popular Zoom towns attracting not just people from upcountry but also from the Cape metro looking to escape the city.
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Market & Opinion
The ‘call of the Cape’ irresistible to semigrators
21 Sep 2021
The Cape lifestyle with its natural scenic attractions, wide open spaces and good schooling, retains an emphatic stamp of approval from ‘semigrators’ seeking a more appealing and healthy way of life, which this region offers in spades, says Annien Borg, MD of Pam Golding Properties in the Boland and Overberg.
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Franschhoek at a glance

The French corner of the Cape, Franschhoek lies in one of the most beautiful wine valleys in the world, just 45 minutes’ from Cape Town and within half an hour of the Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington, and Somerset West wine routes.

Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape Winelands, Franschhoek is an area that is world renowned for its spectacular beauty, superb Cape wines and world-class restaurants.

Originally settled in 1685 by French Huguenots who fled their homeland, Franschhoek was originally named Elephant’s Corner after the vast herds of elephants that roamed there. But soon after the French settled, the area changed its name to Franschhoek (French Corner). The heritage of these first settlers lives on today through the Huguenot monument situated at the top of the village.

While Franschhoek is not generally considered as a holiday destination by South Africans, it remains popular with overseas guests especially those from the UK, Netherlands, and Germany.

This traditionally French town is the food and wine capital of the country and one would be hard pressed to dispute the claim. Eight of the top 100 restaurants in the country are found in Franschhoek, there are nigh on 30 wine cellars and over 28 restaurants from which to choose for your gastronomic experience.

Today, many of the wine farms still bear their original French names and most of these farms have beautiful examples of Cape Dutch architecture.

Franschhoek’s village has a wonderful collection of art and antique shops and galleries and the main streets are lined with restaurants and coffee shops.

While not a typical seaside holiday spot, Franschhoek holds the lure of culture and history, exceptional cuisine, a solid property investment market, along with excellent wine tasting and wine farm visits. The appeal lies in the fact that it is away from the crowded mass of beach holiday makers but close enough to go to the beach and Cape Town for all the tourist attractions should one so wish

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