The Ekurhuleni municipal District is one of the largest in South Africa and for this reason it should not be a surprise that there are hundreds of suburbs to choose from. With the industrial and allied industries as the core sustainable household income the proximity to industrial hubs is the most important determinative factor in location. With Kempton Park having been established as a town around 1903 it would indicate that most of its suburbs are equally well-established. Birch Acres is one of the municipality’s suburbs that cater for the middle-class income group. Tree lined sidewalks and neatly manicured gardens tell a story of pride and belonging. A mixed property usage attracts the full income spectrum from first-time buyers to the well-established families and pensioners. This would also add to a stable market with a growth in property value equal to the market norm. Townhouses and apartments are of course the prime market for first-time buyers and investors as the demand for rental properties is just as high. The various architectural styles mean every taste and fashion requirement is met from the more conventional to the more contemporary. The prime location of the suburb is in relation to its easy access to industrial hubs in Isando, Isandovale, Sebenza, Meadowdale and Elandsfontein which are all accessed via less congested roads. For residents employed in the commercial sector hubs located in Rosebank, Sandton, Buccleuch, Bryanston, Woodmead and Fourways have a short distance to travel with access to Allandale Road and onto the N1 Western Bypass only a few minutes away. The suburb also has access to well-established reputable schools nearby such as Birch Acres Primary School, Hoerskool Jeugland, Laerskool Jeugpark and Laerskool Mooifontein. There are also a number of upgraded malls catering for retail needs and entertainment such as Birch Acres Mall, Norkem Mall, Greenstone Shopping Mall and Festival Mall. Take a tour of the homes on offer in Birch Acres via the Myroof web-site.