Stunning renovated heritage home at the beach

Stunning renovated heritage home at the beach




Aug 2018

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Beautifully renovated heritage home in St James, Kalk Bay - rated by Forbes as one of the coolest suburbs in the world 2018! Meters from the beach and tennis court. Three lovely living rooms. 14 seater dining room. Large patios. Modern kitchen with separate scullery/pantry and laundry. Modern kitchen with 8 burner French stove and SMEG fridge. Study. Guest toilet. Upstairs four large bedrooms, two of them en-suite. Spectatular sea and mountain views on the False Bay with whales and orcas visiting annually. Walking distance to Kalk Bay village and Muizenburg Surfers Corner. Top security. Large low maintenance garden and large pool. Single garage and off street parking for three more cars in the drive way.


More about us

  1. We are a couple moving to Melbourne for the next 5 years. We are keen to swap homes, We do have to dogs and are looking for a bit of a garden for them.

  2. Frank is a management consultant with a large global organization. They have lived in SA and Europe and their next adventure is the land of Oz.

  3. We love nature and adventure!

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Where is it?


St James, historically known as ‘millionaire’s mile’, is making its comeback as one of the trendiest places to stay in Cape Town. Small though it may be, the church, the school, the hotels, the old aquarium, the St James beaches, the homes and the people all contribute to make this a unique suburb steeped in history. Just over a kilometre in length, this prestigious little stretch along the coastline of False Bay, where the mountains meet the sea, is where our home, The Anchorage is,

The main road through to Kalk Bay Harbour is Mediterranean in style and a trove of novel antique shops, delis, sidewalk cafés, boutiques and art galleries. A mere five-minute walk away, fresh fish can be bought from the local fishermen and the harbour itself has charming restaurants offering home-style cuisine and fine-dining experiences. Our neighborhood was rated by Forbes as one of the top 10 coolest suburbs in the world, 2018!

The area still boasts the colourful Victorian bathing boxes and grand old houses reflecting the splendour of the early gold- and diamond-mining era. In front of the guesthouses, across the road, you will find the famous tidal pools and swimming beaches. A favourite pastime is the early morning swim in the temperate waters of St James. The area also offers interesting walks along the historic promenade and up the imposing mountains, which provide an impressive backdrop to both houses. Perhaps the biggest attraction is the land-based whale watching. In season they appear literally metres from the shoreline and can be seen clearly from The Anchorage.

Buzzy restaurants
Harbour House, Olympia, Lekker, Salt
Cool bars
Cape to Cuba, Brass Bell, etc.
Cozy cafés
The entire Kalk Bay village!
Retail therapy
Muizenberg 3 mins drive, Fish Hoek 8 mins drive
Bit of culture
Kalk Bay Theatre 5mins walk, Blue Bird Market 15 mins walk
Walks in the park
Jacobs Ladder starts at our fron door and runs directly up into the mountain, part of the Table Mountain Reserve
Spot of exercise
The mountain walks, the tidal pools, Surfers Corner, Kayaking, SUP, walkways for walking and jogging
Day tripping
Cape Point reserve 20mins, Kirstenbosch botanical gardens 20mins, Wine Farms 10 mins

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