The true potential of this project was immediately apparent at the first site visit. Nestled in the dense  Milkwood forest, the Grootbos, this site becomes the perfect setting for a serene refuge. Overlooking the phenomenal views of the bay and harbour, the surrounding mountains and northern valleys, the splendour that Hout Bay has to offer is endless. The site is protected by the Karbonkelberg Mountain from the infamous south eastern winds and is situated at the start of Chapmans Peak Drive, one of the most scenic routes along the Atlantic coast.

Only 20 minutes away from Cape Town, Hout Bay maintains an almost rural, neighbourhood culture to complement it’s natural beauty. Perfectly located to become a new landmark, Sacha takes advantage of the potential along this strip on Main Road. It incorporates many aspects which add value to the neighbourhood and could function as a catalyst for future development.


THE Lifestyle

Situated at the foothill of Chapmans Peak,  cradled in the Baviaanskloof Mountain gorge along one of the worlds’ most scenic roads; Chapmans Peak Drive.

Across the way lies the beach, coffee  shops, eateries, Chapmans Peak Hotel,  hiking trails, gym, MyCiti Bus stop and general amenities, giving rise to a  walkable lifestyle more common in  Europe. From its elevated position the  views of the crystal blue water, crisp white beach and jagged silhouette of The  Sentinal Mountain,  consume the spaces of  the apartments. Behind, the tree canopy of the wild olives and indigenous forest ground the building and bring a sense of serenity, reflecting the dappled light across the glass façade. It is a place  to behold, to admire and to play.

What’s in a name?

Ricky Fertig, the developer, has been intimately involved with the design and development of this project. Ricky chose to pay homage to his late brother, Sacha by naming this beautiful building after him.

In remembrance of Sacha Fertig – 5 June 1974 – 4 October 1996

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