Grab a glimpse of the Mother City’s millionaire’s mile

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Season two of BBC Lifestyle’s property-themed reality TV show – Listing Cape Town in on air and its captivating audiences with a view of opulent homes across the region including the Cape Winelands, and Bishopscourt area, as well as a much-anticipated glimpse into Cape Town’s exquisite Millionaire’s Mile properties.

Cape Town’s luxury residential market has distinguished itself in the global real estate industry with an annual growth of 12.3%*, outpacing global trends and drawing a wave of local and international interest.

Listing Cape Town producers Nico Nel and Trevor Kaplan say this season ups the stakes significantly with ten new episodes showcasing jaw-dropping properties valued up to an astonishing R280 million.

“This season shines a spotlight on the Mother City’s Millionaire’s Mile, a stretch of road between Clifton Second Beach and Camps Bay renowned for its sought-after mega-flats representing the pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity,” they add.

In addition to featuring manicured stud farms in and around the Cape Winelands and breathtaking beach bungalows, season two also introduces some fresh faces to the team of dynamic and professional property agents featured through the series.

“We’ll also take viewers on the exhilarating rollercoaster ride the property agents must endure as they navigate the competitive Western Cape property market to close deals running into the hundreds of millions,” adds Nel and Kaplan.

“Whether it’s the prestigious Atlantic Seaboard locations or the inland properties in and around Franschhoek, these individuals will require unwavering perseverance to meet the incredibly elevated expectations of high-rolling and influential celebrities, property moguls, and local sports stars featured this season.”

A guided tour of Cape Town’s iconic heritage, Nettleton Road, and the Millionaire’s Mile

The second season of Listing Cape Town pays homage to the architectural legacy of Herbert Baker, featuring several of his iconic homes. These historical gems are nestled among an array of properties, including a R150 million Franschhoek wine farm currently on the market. The season also highlights Bishopscourt, a wealthy location attracting numerous foreign and local buyers, especially those looking to relocate from Johannesburg and Durban.

Viewers can expect a rich variety of ocean-view apartments, city-style living, suburban homes, and Cape Wineland’s properties. Among the eye-catching properties is a listing on one of Africa’s most valuable streets, Nettleton Road, known for its ultra-luxurious properties and breathtaking views.

Unveiling the secrets behind Cape Town’s most coveted properties

Nel and Kaplan expressed their excitement about highlighting Cape Town’s beauty and the intricate process of brokering deals in such a high-stakes market, saying, “We cannot wait for South Africans to join us on this extraordinary journey through the Western Cape’s most exclusive locations. For us, this was more than just creating a show. We were curating an experience that will hopefully leave viewers in awe.”

To explore yhe millionaire’s mile from the comfort of your couch catch Listing Cape Town Season 2, Wednesdays at 20:00, exclusively on BBC Lifestyle, DStv Channel 174.

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