Most of the working class suburbs across Gauteng have one common feature which drives the buying public to take up residency in any given suburb.
How close is the office to home? Then the other important or beneficial factors come into play like the given status or demography of the suburbs income, age and the easy accessibility to services such as malls, schools and the roads which offer the most convenient access to these services and to other suburbs or amenities.
The south of Johannesburg East Rand and Vaal region consists of many towns and suburbs which have the commercial or industrial sector on which they rely for a source of sustainable income.
Alberton is one of the towns which consist of a number of suburbs with their own unique attributes.
Albertsdal is one of the suburbs which are classified as a middle-class suburb with a real familial and jovial appeal. The age and reasonably up-to-date architecture is a good indication that the suburb is aimed at or sought by the younger generation. This is further evident in the property usage which consists of starter homes and high density townhouse developments with a number of cluster homes added to the make-up.
The prime location of Albertsdal is in direct relation to the industrial hubs neighbouring the suburb which are Alrode, Alrode South, Roodekop, Wadeville and Junction Hill which are major industrial hubs in the south of Johannesburg.
There are of course residents employed in the commercial sector and access to Alberton and further north are accessible via major roads such as the R59, Swartkoppies Road, easy access to the N12 and onto the N3 and N17.
The suburb further has access to established schools such as Bracken High School, Laerskool Orion, Brackenhurst Primary School and Glenbrack High School.
Malls catering for retail and entertainment needs nearby are Brackenhurst Square, Bracken Gardens and Mall off the South.
Take a tour of the homes in Albertsdal, East Rand and Vaal via the Myroof web-site.