The leafy and beautiful suburb of Rondebosch is perhaps most sought after for its incredible views of Table Mountain, but also because of its architecture and easy access to the city of Cape Town. Rondebosch has some beautiful examples of Victorian and Dutch styled homes which originated from the early Dutch settlers.
The suburb is home to Rondebosch Common, a local field and a world-renowned university, the University of Cape Town which includes the Baxter Theatre. Most of the students of the University of Cape Town live in Rondebosch, Newlands, Mowbray and Claremont. The campus, which sits on the slopes of Devil’s Peak, is a landmark of the city. Other historical buildings include Mostert’s Mill and the Presidential home, Groote Schuur. Schools within the suburb include Bishops, Rondebosch and Micklefield.
Rondebosch is only 5 km from the centre of Cape Town, close to the M5 and M3 making it attractive for commercial tenants.