Bassonia is a Johannesburg South suburb set on picturesque hills that make for some spectacular architecture. To say that Bassonia is an up market suburb is certainly a fact.
Bassonia was inhabited by the San tribe many centuries ago and the evidence can be found in the Klipriviersberg Nature Conservancy, where there are structures which date back to the Sotho-Tswana tribes in later years.
The suburb is in a prime location and is well established.
Residents are sustained of income through the industrial hubs and commercial hubs which are close by.
Malls and schools are equally well established, catering for the educational and retail needs of this rather large suburb.
Demand for homes in the suburb is due to various factors such as the location, architecture and the spectacular views that all add to the reasonably high property values.
Schools in and in close proximity to the suburb include Marist Brothers Lynmeyer, Townsview Primary School and Highveld Primary School.
Bassonia has a few malls which keep residents happy and there is something for everyone to enjoy. The malls are the Glen Shopping Center, Comaro Crossing, Alberton City and Comaroview Shopping Center.
Industrial hubs close to Bassonia are Wadeville, Alrode, Steeledale and Turfontein.
Bassonia is close to major roads which make travel convenient. These major roads and highways include the N12 highway, the R59, Comaro Road, Southernklipriersberg Road and Klipriver Drive.
The negative perception about suburbs in the south of Johannesburg are greatly dispelled by the stable growth in property values in suburbs such as Bassonia.
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