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Live in scenic, calm Kommetjie

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Described as one of the most scenic and tranquil places in the Cape, Kommetjie's reputation is world-famous.

Possessing the allure of the ocean and mountain vistas, the quaint village of just over 2 200 people has emerged as a residential area of choice. 

 
CEO of Greeff Christie's International Real Estate Mike Greeff says, "Kommetjie will always be a special area to Greeff. With one of our offices based in Kommetjie, we have seen first-hand the immense growth the area has experienced over recent years.

The area has been recognised for many years for its relaxed lifestyle and friendly atmosphere, but the real estate market has grown significantly in recent years with the desirability of properties increasing dramatically, according to Lightstone Property 24% of buyers in the area have owned their properties for under five years. 

 
"After being long known as an area for retirees, Kommetjie is now emerging as an area popular with the Middle Aged and Young Adult market of 36 to 49 and 18 to 35 with recent buyers at 36% and 16% respectively."
 
Unprecedented views right outside your window
With one of the most iconic Cape beaches in Kommetjie, residents of the area get to wake up to views of the famous Long Beach visible from almost every property. Whether flush on the sand or set further away, you are sure to benefit in some way from the views. These dynamic views can be enjoyed from almost anywhere in Kommetjie and is certainly one of the area's most notable traits. As such, Greeff Christie's International Real Estate has access to some of the most sought-after properties in the area that enjoy unmatched views of the beach.
With its prized lifestyle elements known for its holiday-like atmosphere, a host of amenities and a plethora of first-rate properties, it is no wonder the friendly area of Kommetjie is in high demand. 
 
For more information on any of the above properties, please call 021 783 0053. 

Author: Greeff

Submitted 25 Apr 19 / Views 102