Bryanbrink in Johannesburg is a sought after middle-class to upper-class suburb that enjoys this high degree of demand for factors such as its prime location, stable growth in property values, access to commercial hubs, schools and malls.
Tree-lined streets are inviting and bring with it a sense of safety and the ideal established family lifestyle. The architecture is mostly modern which will appeal to a reasonably sized demographic from executives to well-established family seeking the more exclusive lifestyle.
Property usage consists of freehold homes and some guest houses adding some diversity to the market and viability for further guest houses on the more major roads on the borders of the suburb due to the major access roads which improve visibility.
Being a neighbor of the greater Bryanston has its advantages as the overflow of interest will peruse property in the slightly more affordable Bryanbrink.
The region will receive an injection of interest with the upgrade to the Knightsbridge Manor office park which means the office will now be closer to home and could further increase property values.
Commercial hubs which form a crucial part and source of income to residents are located in Sandton, Ferndale, Randburg, Bryanston, Rivonia and Lanseria and some of the industrial hubs located in Strydom Park, Kya Sands and easy access to Midrand via the N1 freeway.
Service delivery to the suburb is within standards which is beneficial to property values in the suburb.
There are a reasonable amount of reputable and popular schools servicing the suburb such as St Stithians College, Ferndale High School, Radley Private School and Malvern Primary School.
Major roads connecting Bryanbrink to other suburbs are Jan Smuts Avenue which starts off as Bram Fisher Drive, William Nichol Drive and access to Republic Road which is less congested as an alternative to reach Bryanston.
Take a tour of the homes in Bryanbrink via the Myroof web-site.