Cape Town Home for Sale ♡


My character 4 bedroom home in Claremont, Cape Town is for sale!

 It's a semi in Lynfrae, close to Keurboom Park, Belvedere Square shopping and loads of great Southern Suburbs schools.

The main house comprises 3 bedrooms and open plan living with great flow to a private sunny garden with fabulous Table Mountain view.  There is a large separate entrance cottagewhich can be used as a work-from-home, AirBNB, teenpad or granny flat.

Some of the original architectural features have been retained, including dado rails and wooden floors, but the entire property as been modernised and extended with new bathrooms and an open plan kitchen.


The open plan kitchen and dining room flow onto the sunny outside patio and garden with mountain view.  The kitchen has granite counters and is plumbed for 2 appliances.

A great spot for afternoon sundowners:

There are 3 double bedrooms.  One can be used as a study / bedroom:

The second has lovely parquet floors and built-in cupboards:

The main bedroom with en-suite bathroom has a study alcove with sliding doors to the front garden:

The family bathroom has a shower over the bath. 

There is a large under cover patio area leading to the separate entrance cottage (with kitchenette and bathroom).

The property is private and secure with an automated gate and alarm system.  There is a carport for 2 cars, and space for a 3rd car inside.

The property is in an excellent location, and is the perfect lock-up and go or starter home for families wishing to move into this popular area.

Please email for more information!

Robert Forrest Wildlife Photography ♡

What a difference a good photographer makes! 
Finally here are some pics from my talented wildlife photographer son Robert.  
Check out his instagram feed for more beautiful photographs using this link

Spot the teeny tiny cheetah cub in the tree below, and some other fabulous cheetah moments.

Our trip yielded several special sightings with lions:


Particularly exciting was watching a lion stalking her prey, and then seeing lion cubs on a kill:

The de-horning of a rhino through Robert's lens included these great shots:

Some dangerous hippo (in and out of the water) and feisty elephant:

Robert did a great job capturing these hyena antics:

Aside from the bird ringing exercise there was little opportunity to stop for birds and smaller things.  However Robert is a keen birder and has a great eye for detail so photographed several birds including a pretty forest guinea fowl, and tiny forest orchids.

He also did justice to our sighting of this baby giraffe with his mother, and other lovely moments from our time in the bush.

Check out my other posts for other activities done on the Rangers Course.
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