Style & Décor
Echoing accents of New York’s glamorous Fifth Avenue, 100 Loader Penthouse radiates style and sophistication. Designed by a leading British interior designer, its living areas connect seamlessly with outdoor spaces to create a spacious, open-plan home. Touches of Africa resound in the tasteful pieces of art and sculpture scattered throughout the house while natural, earthy tones with touches of wood create a warm ambience. A subtly shimmering quartz carpet floor adds a touch of understated glamour.
Encircled within the folds of Signal Hill and with Table Mountain as its backdrop, De Waterkant is an ideal locale from which to explore Cape Town’s favourite attractions. This tiny historical village has now become an exclusive neighbourhood reminiscent of London's Notting Hill and New York's Greenwich Village, packed with excellent restaurants, fashionable boutiques and art galleries. Overlooking glittering Table Bay, 100 Loader Penthouse is within walking distance of the popular Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village as well as the city centre and just a short drive away from the V&A Waterfront and the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton.
Best suited for discerning couples and honeymooners. No children under 10 are allowed.
Best time to visit
Dry, hot and clear, Cape Town’s November to March summers promise long days on the beach and sultry sundowner evenings. Be prepared for busy beaches and restaurants in the peak December and January months but visitor numbers die down along with the wind in March and April, making this time of year a good one to visit.
The cooler, rainier winter months from May to September are best for heading into the Cape Winelands to taste some of the country’s finest vintages or visiting the city’s many excellent museums. There are long periods of sunny weather in between rain, and the period coincides with Cape Town's famous Whale Season.
Secure off-street parking is available.