Llandudno is undoubtedly one of the hidden gems of the Mother City and from humble beginnings, Llandudno property in Cape Town is, today, one of the most sought after investments in the entire country.
Situated only 15 minutes from the bustling centre of Cape Town city, Llandudno is easily accessed via the breathtakingly beautiful Marine Drive that snakes along the Atlantic coastline, past the upmarket suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay, all the way through to Hout Bay.
Llandudno is strictly a residential area, with no shops, offices or any other form of commercial activity allowed. Instead of this being a drawback, it assists in maintaining the somnolent atmosphere so typical of sea-side environments. The closest shops are only 5 minutes drive away in Hout Bay anyway.
The growing family is well accommodated, with a reputable primary and high school just around the corner in Camps Bay. The beach is well patrolled by life guards but for those who prefer their exercise on terra firma, there is a tennis club open to all residents.
With crime an ongoing area of concern for South Africans, Llandudno has the added advantage of having a single access road that can be properly monitored by the onsite security personnel. With absolutely no commercial activity allowed in the area, visitors to the beach are the only regular "strangers" in the area.
Llandudno cascades down the mountain-side, all the way to one of the most exquisite beaches in the whole of the Cape. So whether it is a white-washed beach bungalow or an opulent ocean view apartment that entices you, there will always be a beachfront property that suits.
There are few places in the world where you are able to sit on your own porch and watch southern right whales breach water's surface and blow spume high into the air on their way to the protected bays where they calf. Schools of dolphins are also regular visitors to the area and it is not unusual to see them catching the same wave as the dozens of surfers who clamour over each other waiting for the perfect swell.
Llandudno real estate has realised enormous profit over the years, and with the current economic woes in South Africa, it is arguably one of the best times to buy property in Llandudno. If a holiday apartment or a family home is what you are after, you will never regret investing in Llandudno property in Cape Town. Go on, grab the lifestyle!