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Muizenberg, Western Cape

Founded: 1893

Named after Sergeant Wynand Willem Muys

List of references:

Picton-Seymour, Désirée. 1989. Historical Buildings in South Africa. Cape Town: Struikhof Publishers. pp 46-47
Warner, Brian. 2006. Cape landscapes : Sir John Herschel's sketches 1834-1838. Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press. pp 25, 92, 95, 111, 120, 121

List of structures:

Balmoral Hotel, adds: pre-1948.
Bay View Hotel: pre1937.
Bergvliet: n.d.. district
Block of flats: 1927.
Carnegie Library - now Police Museum: 1910.
Corner House: pre-1948.
De Posthuys: 1673.
Fire Station - Public Library and Clinic: n.d..
Flats for BJ Kinsella: 1928.
Flats J Rubenstein: 1928.
Hatherley - House Sammy Marks: 1902.
Het Posthuys: 1673.
Hirsch's Temperance Hotel - Scowen's Hotel - Marine Hotel: 1892 : 1898 : 1908.
Holiday Camp for Cape Jewish Orphanage: 1948.
Hooten’s Garage - Extensions: 1925.
House A Tredega, alt, add: 1939.
House Alpheus F Williams - Vergenoeg: 1936.
House Baker: Sandhills: 1899.
House Countess Labia - Casa Labia: 1928.
House Deenik: 1914.
House E Sussman Aeolia, add: 1932.
House Jenkinson: 1915.
House M Pevsner: 1930.
House Rose-Innes: 1924.
House Sammy Marks - Hatherley: 1902.
House TA Gardner: 1934.
House Volsteedt: 1902.
Kramat Sayed Abdul Aziz: n.d..
Labia Residence: 1928.
Marine Hotel: 1908.
Muizenberg Bathing Pavilion: 1927.
Muizenberg Hotel, rebuilt: 1927.
Muizenberg House - Additions: 1896.
Newlands House, measured drawing: n.d..
Pagoda Tearoom: 1917.
Post Office: 1934.
Proposed Theatre/Cinema: 1939.
Railway Bridge: n.d..
Railway Station: 1913.
Retreat Railway Police Station: 2006. district
Rhodes' Cottage: n.d..
Rust en Vrede: 1905.
Sandhills: House Baker: 1899.
Scowen's Hotel: 1898.
Standard Bank: 1926.
Store for Frikkie Auret: 1901.
Synagogue: 1924.
Towers The, add for YWCA: 1918.
Towers, The: c1898.
Two Houses for Mrs Harrison: 1916.
Two Houses for Mrs Harrison: 1914.
Wesleyan Church: pre-1905.