Anthony's Building

Simon's Town Historical Society

Anthony's Building

Cape Town, Simon's Town, Western Cape 7995, South Africa

Created By: Simon's Town Historical Society


The land was first transferred by Deed of Grant in 1799 and was later subdivided. The present building was erected in 1820. In 1848 the property was sold at a public sale in execution (ref James Bailey) as two lots; Lot l was sold to P.F. Hugo and H.P. Hablutzel, Lot 2 was sold to Fredrick Johannes De Wet. In the same year J.F. De Wet ceded his portion of the land with Buildings to Pieter De Waal. In 1860 the property was ceded from the estate of P. De Waal to William Grout who on the same day, 24 March 1860, transferred the same to A. Vincent. In 1882 the property was transferred to one B. Anthony. It then passed into the Ajam family and Benn and Van Der Vlies (Pty Ltd)


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