Bishopscourt, Cape Town

Bishopscourt is a small, wealthy, residential suburb in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is part of the Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality, created in 2000, which includes the greater Cape Town area. It has approximately 350 houses most of which are on more than 4,000 square metres (1 acre) of land.

The suburb includes the official residence of the Archbishop of Cape Town, which is known as Bishopscourt, whence comes the name of the suburb.

In 2015, it was ranked the sixth richest suburb in South Africa with an average property value of R11 million.

A cottage in Bishopscourt around the turn of the 20th century taken by Arthur Elliott.

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