Atholl Gardens is a very diverse suburb with regard to its property usage. There is everything from commercial property, freehold homes and apartments.
Property values in the suburb reflect its exclusive status and its location which is north of Johannesburg puts it in the region of Johannesburg’s elite. The other factor which determines the high degree of demand the suburb has is its proximity to the major commercial hubs in Sandton, Rosebank and Morningside.
Many of the apartment buildings in Atholl Gardens have been refurbished to reflect the more modern current architecture thus adding to the rise in property values.
The rental market in Atholl Gardens is always in high demand which is ideal for investors as this ensures a stable growth in rental income and then the increase in property value added to that. The other added attraction to owning an apartment in Atholl Gardens is the views many of these apartments offer over the Johannesburg skyline.
The commercial properties located on Grayston Drive are highly sought after for obvious reason which is exposure, drawing clientele. This is also a factor in determining the general property values of the suburb.
Freehold homes of Dennis Road enjoy a more tranquil pace of life with spacious homes and perfectly manicured gardens which speak of affluence.
For younger families and the more well-established families there are a number of reputable schools such as Hyde Park High School, Kingsmead College, St Mary’s School and Wendywood High School.
Shopaholics are spoilt for choice at malls like Norwood Mall, Bramley Gardens Shopping Centre, Melrose Arch and Kilarney Mall. Of course the proximity of Sandton and all its exclusive malls adds to the cause.
Major roads which highlight the prime location of the suburb and add to the convenience factor are roads like Grayston Drive and access to the De Villiers Graaff Motorway north and south.
For families that enjoy strolls or picnics in parks there is Innesfree Park with its lovely green lawns and paved walkways.
Take a tour of the homes in Atholl Gardens via the Myroof web-site.