Embrace luxury living. 8 Unit, in a security estate. Stylish living, north-facing with views.
Broughton Place falls within the boundaries of a former homestead called 'Goedgeloof' also known as 'Bel Ombre', which was originally granted to J.Z. Beck in 1728. The property passed through several owners before being purchased by the Rathfelder family in 1872. They sub-divided the land in 1947 and sold this portion to Florence Fiennes. In 1948 Florence built a house and named it 'Broughton' after the historic castle on the Fiennes family estate in England. Florence had returned to Cape Town accompanied by her daughter-in-law Audrey Fiennes who had been widowed by the Second Great War. One of Audrey's four children is Ranulph Fiennes, the famous adventurer and author who has often written of his charmed childhood experiences growing up at Broughton alongside the majestic Table Mountain.