Always wondered what a trophy apartment looks like? Check out the most expensive ones in SA


These aren’t your average two-bedroom flats. These apartments are the homes of a very select clientele – the kind who can afford to pay off a multi-million rand bond. 

Take a look at 3 different apartments from Cape Town, Umhlanga and Sandton. We wanted to get a peek at how the 1% live. 

3 bedroom apartment in Mouille Point, Cape Town – R 88 million 

This double story penthouse has epic views of the ocean from every angle. Whether you’re on the deck or in the private rooftop pool, you can see blue from the wraparound terraces.

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There’s an open plan kitchen, which has its own separate cooking area/scullery and is fully fitted with a gas hob, coffee machine, top of the range appliances and an ice-maker so you can really enjoy your kitchen and entertain any guests to the max.

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We can see ourselves enjoying cocktails at sunset while we also take in Table Mountain and prep dishes for a braai. Or sip wine from one of the bottles in the cellar.

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Plus all the bedrooms are en-suite with wooden floors and great lighting. 

Check out the rest of the listing on Property24

3 Bedroom Apartment in Umhlanga, Kwa Zulu Natal – R47 million

This magnificent penthouse has three levels and exclusive use of the entire roof top including a garden which can be used to entertain your guests while you take in the most breathtaking views.

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There’s a fully automated home system that allows you to control the lights, aircon, music and various other things throughout the entire apartment. 

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All the bathrooms are en-suite and there’s an extra bathroom and a half plus a guest toilet, so no waiting. We'd be happy just to relax in the private jacuzzi.

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Check out the rest of the listing on Property24.

4 Bedroom Apartment in Sandton, Gauteng – R 89 million

If you want to have it all – great location, status, security, beautiful views and privacy – then this is the right place for you.

The listing calls it a ‘magnificent trophy residence’ and you can see why. It’s amazing. With its majestic proportions and elegant detailing, what’s not to love about this palace? I mean, place. 

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And you get your own private lift! No bumping into the neighbour who complained about your wild party last weekend.

Every bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and had access to the smart home technology and luxury amenities that were incorporated into this great home. 

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There’s also access to a day spa, valet service, secure parking, pool with restaurant and even medical service on call.

Check out the rest of the listing on Property24

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