The mixed property use of the suburb consists of sectional-title townhouse complexes, clusters apartments and freehold homes which are more for the middle class income groups. The location will also suit young executives working in commercial hubs like Bryanston, Sandton, Randburg or Rosebank as the access roads are convenient.
The greater Randburg is a highly sought after town and the suburbs like Bromhof benefit from this fact as the towns property values are driven by demand stemming from the ideal location and surrounding amenities and access roads. Bromhof’s tree lined streets are inviting and the tranquility is a major advantage.
Suburbs like Bromhof attract a younger class of resident which may be due to the more modern and fresh architecture which also lends a sense of affluence to the suburb.
The suburb is viewed as a “northern” Johannesburg suburb which is all by definition for the more affluent market which does drive the property values to some extent making property investment a stable prospect. The other benefit is the surrounding industrial hubs which are as crucial as the commercial hubs in sustaining the residents of the suburb. There are a number of large industrial hubs in places like Krugersdorp, Kya Sands, Strydom Park, Ferndale and Laser Park.
The rental market is in as much demand which translates to stable rental income and growth in property values. Clusters and townhouses are particularly targeted by buy-to-let investors in this market segment.
For the more mature established families there are a number of popular schools around the suburb and a large number of day care centres for younger families too.
Here is a list of major roads highlighting the prime location of the suburb;
Christiaan de Wet Road
N1 Western Bypass
Hans Schoeman Street
Here is a short list of popular schools near to Bromhof;
Curro Aurora Private School
Northcliff High School
Take a tour of the properties in Bromhof via the Myroof website.