It’s not surprising that Fresnaye is one of Cape Town’s most prestigious Atlantic Seaboard suburbs. Ideally located between the slopes of Signal Hill and the Sea Point beachfront, this sought-after area offers easy access to the CBD, great beaches, shops, bars, clubs, and restaurants. The Algarkirk itself is located in a quiet lane off Avenue Le Sueur, a sunny, sheltered spot protected from the prevailing south-easter, and within easy walking distance of the popular Sea Point Promenade.


The Algarkirk is a contemporary four-storey apartment block set in a quaint, cobbled lane with a 24-hour manned security booth. Comprising just 11 spacious apartments, many of which also feature studies and terraces, the building is north-facing and will offer wonderful views of the Atlantic Seaboard and Lion’s Head. Residents will enjoy secure parking, while eco-friendly solar water heaters have been included to reduce energy costs.


The Algarkirk offers residents a superb combination of luxury, convenience and security. Thanks to its outstanding location, a wide array of attractions and amenities lie within easy walking distance. These include the Sea Point Promenade – a wonderful place to stroll, jog, cycle or rollerblade, a full range of retail options on the Main Road, from corner cafes to full-blown supermarkets, and a great menu of restaurants and coffee shops to choose from.


Forming part of an impressive triptych of residential buildings, The Algarkirk and its sister developments, The Address and The Residence, combine the best of modern design with beautiful, low-maintenance landscaping. Designed by architect Juan Bernicchi to complement the quiet, neighbourhood ethos of Fresnaye, the upper floors of the building will command sweeping mountain and sea views. The aesthetically pleasing, light-toned interior design enhances the simple, minimalist nature of the exterior with understated but clearly luxurious finishes designed to cater for the most discerning of buyers.


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