Hout Bay Security Estates

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Hout Bay Security Estates

Chapmans Peak Drive | Hout Bay

If you are interested in Hout Bay security estates its worth learning a little about Hout Bay itself.

Hout Bay has been transformed over the decades from a sleepy fishing village to perhaps the most international community in Cape Town. Hout Bay Security Estates allow the residents to enjoy the locations Riviera type qualities, superb views, excellent amenities and handy location. All these factors come together to make living in Hout Bay a very attractive option. There are a number of Hout Bay Security Estates from which to select, most share the same benefits of idyllic locations, good management and a secure living environment.

For more information on the specific estates please use the links below. If you are not familiar with all the Hout Bay Security Estates why not contact us and allow us to introduce you to them in more detail.

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Background information on Hout Bay

Hout Bay was formerly a fishing village and has managed to maintain its unique combination of fishing harbour and country atmosphere, despite development. Scenic Hout Bay is a lively coastal town with a swimming beach and a picturesque working harbour where you partake of the local fish & chips and can catch a glimpse of the resident Cape seals that make the harbour their home.

The picturesque town lies in a protected bay between Chapman’s Peak and Mount Sentinel. Getting there is an easy drive from the city centre. Apart from its scenic beauty, Hout Bay is well-known for its fishing prowess and is the epicentre of Cape Town’s crayfish industry. Its  sandy beach with white sand, faces a bay framed by mountains. The Hout Bay valley is large and reaches from the bay to Constantia Neck.

Many of the Hout Bay Security Estates are located on the slopes of the mountain. This provides residents with some superb vistas across the valley and along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean.

Hout Bay highlights

  • The Hout Bay Museum, which has exhibits on the early strandlopers (hunter-gatherers), who lived in the Cape when the first Europeans arrived, as well as memorabilia relating to the early fishing industry.
  • The Hout Bay Craft Market, where you can pick up a range of curios made locally and from further north.
  • The World of Birds, which has more than 3000 birds housed in its large aviaries.
  • Seal Island – a large seal colony.
  • Mariner’s Wharf for some excellent seafood , curio shops and a nautical antique shop.
  • Beaches around Hout Bay for keen walkers to enjoy as well as The Sentinel which is a popular climb.
  • Adventure-lover and exhilarating thrill-seeker activities – kayaking, mountain-biking, fishing charters and jet-skiing.
  • There are lots of restaurants, shops and pubs.

As well as lots to do in Hout Bay itself, its easy access to Cape Town means it is central to a host of other amenities and ideal for those who work in Cape Town CBD.


One of the great appeals for living in one of the Hout Bay security estates, is the location. Hout Bay offers semi rural seaside living but within 25 minutes of Cape Town CBD.

Experience a little of what Hout Bay and Hout Bay security estates have to offer by contacting our security estates expert Marco Garuti. Marco can be reached here by email
or phoned on +27 (0) 83 265 8800.