Fresnaye at a glance
Fresnaye is the highly prized and exclusive residential suburb set high on the slopes of Lions Head above Sea Point and adjacent to Bantry Bay. It enjoys a wonderful Mediterranean micro climate and is one of Cape Town’s most wind protected suburbs. It has a delightful French connection with many of the streets carrying French names and delightful avenues with central rows of palm trees which create a breathtaking silhouette at sunset.
Properties in Fresnaye enjoy dramatic sweeping views over Sea Point, out to the Atlantic Ocean, Table Bay and Robben Island and beyond. At night this view becomes a dazzling array of the soft lights of the suburbs below.
Fresnaye is regarded by many as the jewel of the coast and contains many fabulous homes. It is largely a residential area with beautiful homes and a few sought after luxurious apartments. The area is characterized by a dramatic interplay of mountain, suburb and sea. There is easy access to the mountain, a delightful sports club, offering tennis and bowls in what must be one of the most beautifully located areas for a sporting facilities in the world.
Residents of Fresnaye enjoy easy access to the City over the scenic Ocean View Drive limiting traffic congestion.
The biggest problem with the market in Fresnaye is that once people move in, they never seem to move out! The area which is described as 'wind free Fresnaye', is characterized by solid capital growth and remains extremely popular and sought after.
Rental homes in Fresnaye are always in high demand due to the location, beauty of the homes available, low wind status, delightful avenues and many amenities including schools and shops. Living in The Avenues complex in Fresnaye is particularly well suited to young families needing comfortable homes with gardens to accommodate energetic young children.
Fresnaye is 'n eksklusiewe, luukse voorstad van Atlantic Seaboard. Geleë op die hange van Leeukop bokant Seepunt en aangrensende te Bantray Bay. Fresnaye eiendom in die algemeen bied 'n see-uitsig.