Bosmans Club

Stellenbosch’s hottest new address: Bosmans Crossing

There’s a new, trendy kid on the block in Stellenbosch offering vibrant, dynamic professionals a unique lifestyle in the heart of the Winelands and its emerging spirits region.


Bosmans Crossing precinct, located just behind the renowned Oude Libertas Theatre, is rapidly becoming one of Stellenbosch’s most cosmopolitan and trendy hubs.

People looking to live and socialise here want to experience the best of Stellenbosch’s epicurean offerings. They are accustomed to good food, excellent wine and bespoke craft gin, much like that offered by the nearby award-winning Autograph gin distillery. And soon they will be able to live in a contemporary mixed-use development, named Bosmans Club, comprising just 46 chic apartments. The ground floor will include various retail options still to be confirmed, but possibly a coffee or wine bar, a laundromat and a yoga or Crossfit studio.

Bosmans Club

“Bosmans Club offers professionals a secure, luxury lifestyle in one of Stellenbosch’s trendiest areas. Located on Distillery Road, residents have easy access to central Stellenbosch as well as world-renowned farms such as Spier, Neethlingshof and Asara to name but a few,” says Vanessa Johnson, Pam Golding Properties agent for Stellenbosch.

“This is an excellent opportunity to invest in an up-and-coming hub in soughtafter Stellenbosch. Plans, including a pedestrian bridge linking Bosmans Crossing with Dorp Street, are already in the pipeline. “Bosmans Club will appeal to young professionals, first-time buyers and post-graduate students. As the units are sold off-plan, this is an ideal opportunity for an investor to save on transfer fees.”

The development includes energy-efficient features, optional private store rooms, secure basement parking and bicycle storage with a washing facility, as well as a night security and concierge. There are also rooftop braai facilities with spectacular views. Starting at R1.4 million including Vat, the apartments come with a SMEG oven and quality finishes, such as Franke and Hans Grohe, and the design is contemporary with a rustic/industrial feel. Varied fusions of wood, steel and glass combined with brick and concrete textures provide an edgy, urban backdrop befitting this dynamic area.

Bosmans Club

Already established in Bosmans Crossing is the Italian restaurant, Dalla Cia/Pane e Vino Food & Wine Bar. The Oude Libertas Theatre is a much-loved landmark in Stellenbosch and on Saturdays, it’s Slow Food Market bustles with foodies and visitors from all over Cape Town. Stellenbosch boasts a number of trail running and mountain biking routes and the nearby Papagaaiberg offers the 24km Vineyard Hiking Trail, which traverses forest plantations, olive groves, and of course vineyards.

Johnson adds: “Apartments in Stellenbosch continue to deliver an excellent return on investment due to the ongoing demand for accommodation in this historic town.”

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