Read and weep: 10 of the most expensive houses in South Africa

Cape Town is home to nine of the ten richest suburbs in South Africa. This is according to study by property group Seeff.

Only one suburb in Gauteng, Sandhurst, cracked the top 10 on the list.

The top 10 most expensive suburbs in the country by average selling price:

• Clifton – R23 million
• Llandudno – R17 million
• Bantry Bay – R16.9 million
• Sandhurst – R16.5 million
• Camps Bay – R16.2 million
• Fresnaye – R16 million
• Waterfront – R16 million
• Higgovale – R16 million
• Bishopscourt – R15.1 million
• Constantia Upper – R11.6 million

Estate agents, Private Property, confirms that Cape Town does indeed dominate the list of expensive property.

From modern masterpieces to classic cribs, South Africa has an array of upmarket property to satisfy even the fussiest billionaire.

Take a look at some of the most expensive properties in the market across the country:


This article first appeared on 702 : Read and weep: 10 of the most expensive houses in South Africa


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