Nestled between Vredehoek and the Table Mountain National Park, Devil’s Peak is positioned high above the Cape Town city centre. The suburb’s unique position on the slopes of South Africa’s most famous mountain ensures that every Devil’s Peak property offers superlative views of the Mother City. Due to its North-West facing location, Vredehoek is known for being bathed in sunshine until the late afternoon.
 

Unlike other suburbs in the City Bowl, Devil’s Peak isn’t zoned for flats, townhouses or multi-dwelling units, and therefore comprises predominantly smaller homes – compared to real estate in neighbouring Vredehoek. Property owners are zealously protective of the area and believe that additional development will dull its natural beauty and exclusivity. 

For this reason, Devil’s Peak property is highly sought after amongst discerning homebuyers and real estate investors. As one of South Africa’s leading real estate agents, Pam Golding Properties facilitates the purchase, sale and leasing of quality properties in this spectacular setting. 

Browse our online portfolio of Devil’s Peak property  including colour images, detailed room descriptions and prices. Alternatively, contact our Devil’s Peak sales office to discuss your specific real estate requirements with an experienced agent. Houses in Devil’s Peak are relatively compact when compared to similar properties in neighbouring areas. However, what a 

Explore Devil’s Peak

Activities

Activities

The nearby Gardens Centre comprises a variety of coffee shops, grocery stores, restaurants and clothing stores. The Devil’s Peak Brewing Company produces micro-brewed craft beers named after landmarks like “Woodhead Amber Ale” and “King’s Blockhouse IPA”. Their pub and restaurant, the Taproom, at the foot of Devil’s Peak combines its craft beers with delicious food and mountain views.

Nature

Nature

Devil’s Peak is home to a variety of flora and fauna including the Cape Peninsula Shale Fynbos and the very rare and indigenous Silvertree (near Rhodes Memorial). Indigenous animals like porcupines, rock dassies and small grey mongooses inhabit Devil’s Peak, and on its lower slopes, herds of eland, wildebeest and zebra can be found.

Attractions

Attractions

The city’s CBD offers a plethora of attractions, including the Cape Town Castle, the V&A Waterfront, the National Museum, District 6 Museum and the Iziko Slave Lodge. Great beach spots include Clifton and Camps Bay, where one can enjoy sunset dinners and cocktails along the beachfront. The Green Point Stadium is nearby and hosts many sports games and large concerts and festivals.

Outdoors

Outdoors

Hiking up Devil’s Peak is a popular activity for residents and visitors alike. The Saddle, between the Peak and Table Mountain, is the starting point of three different routes that hikers take to reach the top of Devil’s Peak. The reward of reaching the summit is the spectacular 360° view of the city. Many enjoy jogging, rollerblading, skateboarding or cycling along the Sea Point Promenade.

Living in Devil’s Peak

Areas near to Devil’s Peak

Bakoven, Bantry Bay, Camps Bay, City Bowl, Clifton, De Waterkant, Foreshore, Fresnaye, Green Point, Hout Bay, Mouille Point, Sea Point, VA Waterfront,

Education and Healthcare

There are schools in nearby Vredehoek and Oranjezicht, as well as in Tamboerskloof. There are an abundance of other high quality schools in the CBD or southern suburbs which are within driving distance. The Christaan Barnard Memorial Hospital and Cape Town Medi Clinic are the best health care facilities near Devil’s Peak and offer excellent medical services

Public Transport

With the recent introduction of the MyCiTi bus system, getting around has become much easier. This new Cape Town Integrated Rapid Transit System covers the CBD area and stretches around towards Camps Bay and beyond – areas that previously had not been serviced by public transport. The MyCiTi Buses are on par with other international extensive public transit systems, are accessible to everyone, safe and affordable. 

Shopping

There are a variety of coffee shops and restaurants on the border of nearby Vredehoek, as well as a small popular Supermarket/Deli. For a larger variety of shops the Gardens Centre is within easy reach. 

Travel

Devil’s Peak is located within convenient driving distance to a wide number of attractions and amenities, ensuring that all residents’ and visitors’ needs are catered for. The Cape Town International Airport is less than a 20 minute drive away.

For example Camps Bay or Mauritius