Lake Michelle, Noordhoek :: Update – October 2017

Lake Michelle Property Snapshot - From your Resident Area Specialist Year To Date /3rd Quarter performance 2016 vs 2017 On paper, it looks like property sales have dropped by more than half in the first nine months of 2017 compared to 2016. But if one looks more closely at the 25 recorded transfers for 2016, 7 of them were vacant land.  2017’s 10 transfers were all ho...
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Easter Colouring Competition

DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below) (or collect one from the Fish Hoek, Bergvliet or Tokai Chas Everitt office)  Hand in your completed entry in either at our Chas Everitt office in Fish Hoek (Main Road) or Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre or on Tokai Road or you scan and email to falsebay@everitt.co.za We will display the e...
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Nola’s Garden – Exhibition of Work

Nola’s Garden a solo exhibition of work by Nola Muller Introduced by Marianne Alexander  (gardening contributing editor for South African Garden and Home) on Sunday, 28th August 2016 at 4:30 p.m. at The Cape Gallery View work Duration of exhibition: 28th August - 17th September 2016 Nola Muller taps into the abundance of the natural world with an energy tha...
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CHAPMANS PEAK DRIVE

Chapman’s Peak Drive is a 9km toll road and scenic drive on the Atlantic Coast linking the communities of Hout Bay and Noordhoek. The route with its many curves skirts Chapman Peak, the 593m high southerly extension of Constantia Berg, and follows the rocky coastline to unfold breathtaking views in both directions. Apart from providing locals with an alternative and convenient ...
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Noordhoek Beach

This immense soft white sand beach stretches from the foot of Chapman's Peak out towards Kommetjie. The beach is flanked by the crisp and inviting waters of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the protected wetlands of the Table Mountain National Park on the other.  The beach is popular with walkers, horse riders and surfers. The well known shipwreck of the Kakapo (early 1900's)...
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Happy St Patrick’s Day

Shamrocks, gold a’ plenty, and tons of Irish smiles. Hope your St. Patrick’s Day brings much togetherness with friends and family all the while! The Noordhoek Valley blog and Chas Everitt wish you a Happy St Patrick's Day. May the homes and houses in all of Noordhoek be filled the spirit of green this special day! For more see www.Ireland.co.za – Chas Everitt Cape Tow...
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The Burning Hills of Cape Town

The massive fire raging in the southern peninsula mountains is set to burn for at least another two days – perhaps longer. With the Cape Town Cycle Tour taking place on Sunday, the battle to contain the fire raged on on Tuesday, with helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft and ground teams fighting the blaze spread out over a vast area – fuelled by thick fynbos that has not been bu...
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Fire Rages in Cape Town’s Deep South

Firefighters are still trying to extinguish the blaze which is burning in the Far South. According to a report from City of Cape Town Fire and Rescue Services spokesperson Theo Layne, the fire started on Sunday afternoon in Muizenberg and has spread all along the mountain slopes to Noordhoek. He says four helicopters were deployed on Monday morning as most of the flam...
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