Bramley is a suburb located north of Jo’burg. From various
historical archives, one can assume that Bramley and its suburbs are old and
thus well-established. For example, St Catherine’s Church was established in
1960 which says a fair amount about the suburb.
The mixed property usage in Bramley and in this case Bramley
north consist of freestanding homes, apartments and townhouses. Taking a drive
through this leafy tranquil suburb one gets this feeling of nostalgia and
excitement. The mixture of architecture depicts a timeline from the early years
with typical period homes right up to the current trend setting architecture.
What makes Bramley North such a diverse and sought after
suburb is attributed to a number of factors such as its prime location, the varied
architecture and the property values which pins the suburb in the upper
middle-class to prestigious. Even the older period homes contribute to the
popularity of the suburb as these homes offer that character and charm of wood
flooring, cast ceilings and large living areas which all make for perfect homes
The mixed property usage of Bramley North does invite the
younger generation into the suburb with apartments and townhouses ranging from
the middle-class to the prestigious.
Another avenue which Bramley North offers in the property
market is commercial property, again due to the fact that the suburb is close
to both commercial and industrial hubs which have been around as long as the
With Grayston Drive connecting to Katherine Street access to
M1 is on the doorstep which will connect Bramley North with Bryanston and
Midrand with the same amount of convenience.
Naturally, there are an endless number of reputable schools
catering to the suburb with schools such as Bramley Primary School, St Mary’s
School, St David’s College and Northview High School.
All the exclusive malls in the northern region of
Johannesburg are within easy access such as Bramley Gardens Shopping Centre,
Hyde Park Corner and Melrose Arch to mention but a few.