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The second season of Listing Cape Town features some of the region’s hottest and most exclusive properties. Images: BBC.

Millionaire’s Mile: Listing Cape Town 2.0 is hitting TV screens

A fan of Listing Cape Town? The second season is hitting screens this April and features some of the most exclusive listings in the region.

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The second season of Listing Cape Town features some of the region’s hottest and most exclusive properties. Images: BBC.

Love property shows? Then we have great news! BBC Lifestyle just announced the season two premiere of its hit property-themed reality TV show – Listing Cape Town. Here’s what we know.


The latest season of Listing Cape Town will air on Wednesday, 3 April. It promises viewers a look at only the most opulent homes in the Cape Winelands and Bishopscourt area. Viewers can also look forward to a much-anticipated glimpse into Cape Town’s exquisite Millionaire’s Mile properties.

Cape Town’s luxury residential market boasts an annual growth of 12.3%*, outpacing global trends and drawing a wave of local and international interest.

Producers Nico Nel and Trevor Kaplan say the highly anticipated second season ups the stakes significantly. Viewers can look forward to ten new episodes showcasing jaw-dropping properties valued up to an astonishing R280 million.

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Are you ready for the second season of Listing Cape Town? Image: BBC.

“This season shines a spotlight on the Mother City’s Millionaire’s Mile, a stretch of road between Clifton Second Beach and Camps Bay renowned for its sought-after mega-flats, which represent the pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity,” Nel and Kaplan explain.

Season two features manicured stud farms in and around the Cape Winelands and breathtaking beach bungalows. It also introduces some fresh faces to the team of dynamic and professional property agents featured throughout the series.


The show’s second season will pay homage to Herbert Baker’s architectural legacy, featuring several of his iconic homes. These historical gems include an R150 million Franschhoek wine farm currently on the market. The season also highlights Bishopscourt, a wealthy location attracting numerous foreign and local buyers, especially those looking to relocate from Johannesburg and Durban.

Viewers can expect many ocean-view apartments, city-style living, suburban homes, and Cape Wineland’s properties. Among the eye-catching properties is a listing on one of Africa’s most valuable streets, Nettleton Road, known for its ultra-luxurious properties and breathtaking views.


Byron Louw (RE/MAX)
Byron’s real estate journey began at Durr Estates, where he sold property on the Atlantic Seaboard for five years. In 2020, he started at RE/MAX and was awarded the #1 selling agent from 185 RE/MAX Property Associates franchise agents. When he is not working, Byron enjoys spending time with his family and playing Padel. He also does commercial and fashion modeling, exploring unique culinary spots or wine tasting at Cape Town’s stunning vineyards.

Byron’s most expensive sale: In 2019, a development for R62 million

Jonathan Tannous and Kim Tresfon (Pam Golding Property Group)
Born in Johannesburg and now living in Cape Town, Jonathan Tannous has been in real estate for eight years. Kim, born and raised in Cape Town, is part of the Pam Golding Property Group and specialises in the Bishopscourt, Kenilworth Upper, and Claremont Upper areas of Cape Town.

Jonathan and Kim’s most expensive sale: R93 million

Returning agents from Season 1 include Jodi Smith (Hot Property, contracted to Hardie Property Cape Town), Renée Lister-James (Chas Everitt International Property Group), Armel Ciamala (Law Real Estate), and Saadiq Effendi (LIONLEAD Realty).

Don’t miss the Listing Cape Town Season 2 premiere on Wednesday, 3rd April at 20:00, exclusively on BBC Lifestyle, DStv Channel 174. Catch-up Thursdays at 5pm on BBC Lifestyle or any day on DStv catch-up.