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Welcome to the blog platform of Bradfield Real Estate, a forum for various interests, reflections, contemplations, observations, comments and musings, some of which may have a definite Real Estate flavour.

John Bradfield
John Bradfield
John is founding partner of Bradfield Real Estate. He started his career with Rawson in 1991 and has worked with other real estate leaders including ReMax in both Cape Town and Knysna. In 2007 John and Sharmaine together pioneered the establishment of a new Rawson franchise in Hermanus.
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Sharmaine Bradfield
Sharmaine Bradfield
Sharmaine is co-founder and partner of Bradfield Real Estate and started her career in real estate in 2006. She has spent her entire working experience in various fields of customer sales. She enjoys the challenge of striving to exceed the expectations of her clients. Sharmaine says: “I’m a people person.”
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As partners of Bradfield Real Estate, John and Sharmaine Bradfield have an association that is rewarding on many levels and fuels a career aspiration: to practice the highest standards of real estate professionalism.

Their clients are among the many local and international visitors that enjoy the Whale Coast all year round. Many of these are counted as true friends.

The coastal town of Pearly Beach, where Bradfield Real Estate operates, is a place of great beauty located on the Southern tip of Africa, close to Cape Agulhas. This stretch of coastline is a favorite haunt of mainly Southern Right whales, that feed on krill, give birth and frolic in these shallow, warm waters from May to December each year.

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