Acacia Place is a harmonious one-bedroom loft apartment with long lean Art-Deco windows and tranquil decoration.
It’s cosmopolitan living at its best, where clean lines and modern furniture create a city pad that you want to come back to at the end of the day.
It’s right in the heart of Cape Town’s lively and historic CBD in the outstanding art-deco Mutual Heights building. The vibrant energy of Cape Town is immediately palpable as you walk to easily accessible tourist sites.
This apartment is brilliantly positioned within a few minutes’ walk of top sights like Grand Parade & City Hall, Castle of Good Hope, Flower Market, Greenmarket Square and too many restaurants and cafés to mention.
The apartment offers a comfortable and modern lounge with separate dining area as well as a kitchen with breakfast bar.
The loft bedroom is on the mezzanine balcony overlooking the lounge and sleeps two in a sumptuous queen-size bed. The neat, clean bathroom offers both bath and separate shower.
You have a dedicated parking bay in the Mutual Heights building and use of a fabulous rooftop swimming pool accessed via a funky skywalk to the adjacent building.
The impressive Mutual Heights art deco apartment building is perfectly positioned for walking around historic Cape Town.
Explore markets, fine architecture, restaurants and tourist attractions on foot, or hop in an Uber taxi or self-drive to the must-see sights like, Table Mountain and V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and top up your tan on a local white sand beach.
Don’t forget to make time for a day trip to the Cape Winelands and to Cape Point stopping at Boulders Beach penguins.
5-10 Minute Walk to:
Castle of Good Hope, City Hall & Grand Parade, Flower Market, Slave Lodge, Greenmarket Square, St George’s Cathedral, St George’s Mall, Long Street (bars & shops), Company’s Gardens, SA Museum, National Art Gallery, Planetarium, Parliament, Fugard Theatre, Artscape Theatre, Labia Noveau Cinema, CTICC Convention Centre, District 6 Museum, Bo-Kaap Malay Quarter, Eastern Food Bazaar, Bree Street and Kloof Street (restaurants, cafés & boutiques), City Sightseeing Bus stops, Mount Nelson Hotel, The Taj Hotel, Grand Daddy Hotel rooftop bar & open-air cinema, 15-on-Orange Hotel Cocktail Bar, Alexander Bar (bar/theatre).
5-10 Minute Drive to:
Table Mountain cableway, Signal Hill, Lion’s Head, V&A Waterfront, Two Oceans Aquarium, Robben Island Ferry, Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches, Theatre on the Bay, Seapoint Promenade, Cape Town Stadium, Greenpoint Park, Woodstock (trendy décor shops).
15-30 Minute Drive to:
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Constantia Winelands, Hout Bay Beach & Mariner’s Wharf, Chapman’s Peak Scenic Drive, Blouberg (iconic Table Mountain view from across the bay), Cape Town International Airport, Silvermine Nature Reserve (hikes and swim in mountain dam).
30 Minutes – 1 hour drive:
Stellenbosch Winelands, Muizenberg Beach (best surf beach), Kalk Bay (quirky shops & seafood restaurants), Fish Hoek Beach (best for swimming & sandcastles), Simon’s Town, Boulders Penguins, Noordhoek & Kommetjie beach horserides, Cape Point Vineyards (& Thursday Market 4.30-8.30pm).
1 hour +: Franschhoek & Paarl Winelands, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point, Scarborough scenic drive, West Coast: National Park, !Khwa-tu San Cultural Centre, Langebaan lagoon.
The brilliant open-top City Sightseeing Bus has a stop just around the corner.
There are several routes to choose from – see the information folder.
The MyCiti bus (pre-paid tickets only) has a stop just down the road and a branch which services the Airport.
You have a dedicated parking bay and it’s very easy to get onto the Freeway out of town from here.
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