Without compromising on luxury, 19 on Torquay simplifies modern life with a refreshing approach to lock-up & go living. The peak of exclusivity, this idyllic new 4 home development in Claremont Upper is the finest balance of leading-edge security, privacy, and curated design. Wrapped in chic glamour, 19 on Torquay offers residents a unique blend of upmarket suburbia with everyday city access, an uncompromising urban oasis connected to the best Cape Town amenities. Here, life is a series of unlocking one-of-a-kind experiences, the perfect balance of serenity and indulgence. At last, paradise.
19 On Torquay£563,000
- Stonewall cladding.
- Glass balustrades.
- Vertical oak screens.
- Steel columns.
- Aluminium laser cut gates.
- Segmented open-plan interiors.
- Roof gardens.
- Bespoke fixtures and fittings.
- Generous kitchens & bathrooms feature interior brands like Siemens, Hansgrohe, Geberit, and Gio.
- Master suites & guest bedrooms all boast high-quality contemporary fixtures and finishes.
- Living rooms & bedrooms have optional air-conditioning & heating.
- Each home has the option of the pool.
- Special features include: Cinema rooms, Staff accommodation, Separate HIS-and-HERS dressing rooms and Wine cellar.
Local Area Information
With neighbouring suburbs Newlands and Rondebosch, Claremont is in the catchment area of some of the city's premier schools. Affluent families gravitate here for short school runs and the proximity to UCT with its Jammie Shuttle routes. The area is distinctly sociable, with youngsters often having friends from school living on the same street.
For those who surf and suntan, Muizenberg Beach is a 15-minute drive away, Clifton Beaches 25-minutes. Wine connoisseurs are spoiled for choice with world class wine farms within easy reach beyond Edinburgh Drive in the Constantia Valley, sports fans have Newlands Rugby and Cricket stadiums nearby, while mountain bikers, birdwatchers, and dog-walkers have Newlands Forest trails less than 5 minutes from Claremont Upper. Easy access to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens allows for panoramic picnics, outdoor movies, and starlit concerts. The quiet residential streets often come alive with families, runners, and cyclists heading to the local green spaces.
Claremont also has easy access to a heady mix of shopping conveniences. For quick stops choose Palmyra Junction or Belvedere Square, hunt for bargains at Access Park's factory shops, or spend the day indulging in high-end retail therapy and movies at Cavendish Square.
Close to the M3 and the M5, Claremont feels intimately connected to greater Cape Town, yet offers every needful thing right there on your doorstep.
As ultimate hideaways of unrivalled comfort framed by the dramatic peaks of Table Mountain, this energetic paradise is waiting to be uncovered.