Green Point has become the center of cool - which is not an easy task in the already cool Cape Town - with its vibrant community and trendy residential offerings, it is easy to see why it is cooler than cool to live here.
Green Point lies between the V&A Waterfront and Signal Hill on the Main Road en route to Sea Point. Green Point exudes a village feel with narrow villa-lined streets, sidewalk cafes and stylish shops. Many of the homes are Victorian-style restorations with balconies and trellises as well as lovingly reconditioned original features of this period.
The village style atmosphere of Green Point is driven home by the modernised Victorian-era homes that seamlessly blend with the newer property developments in the area.
The mix of residential and trendy nightlife options make this a popular residential area for young professionals.
Theatre at The Rockwell
Based at the Rockwell Hotel, the Theatre at the Rockwell is relatively new to the theatre scene in Cape Town, but already causing a stir with its entertaining productions. It’s an interactive theatre and dining experience.
If you’re more of a burger and chips type of person, then head to Hudsons. You can choose from 180g patty and the more intimidating 250g option. The menu has something for everyone from the Original Royale with a beef patty, bacon, cheddar, chili, and onion rings to the Badass with two beef patties stuffed with Habanero chili, topped with Jalapeno jam, white onion, and cheddar.
Reddam Private school is located in Green Point. The University Graduate school of business is close by as well and primary schools such as Ellerton and Sea Point Primary.