The suburb is exclusive in its own right and may offer stunning view over to the Westcliff hills with its purple tapestry of Jacaranda trees, synonymous with this idyllic region of Johannesburg central north.
The mixed property usage of the suburb which consists of freehold homes, apartments and townhouses will suite most of the executives which make their homes in suburbs like Craighall Park.
Even at the high property values of the suburb there is also a huge demand for rental property in the market with foreign executives working in the commercial hubs of Rosebank, Rivonia, Sandton and Hyde Park. Thus the prime location of the suburb is utilized to its full potential and this factor further add to the high demand homes in the suburb enjoys.
The current trend is the suburb is that many home owners are making use of the restrictions that have been lifted on population density in suburb and thus opting to subdivide properties and selling of these tracts of lands for a good profit. This then is also an indication of the huge size of many of the freehold homes stand sizes.
The suburb oozes a sense of well-being and tranquility seen in the tree lined streets and well maintained homes and exquisitely manicured gardens.
The architecture of some of the older homes echo the influence of Sir Herbert Baker’s signatures which further adds value to the suburb and its nostalgic air.
The central location of the suburb coms to the fore when the need to travel arises as there are intersecting roads leading everywhere on roads such as William Nicol Drive connecting to the N1 north and south, Jan Smuts Avenue which takes you into Sandton or Rosebank.
There are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb such as St David’s College, Hoerskool Linden, Greenside High School and King David High School.
Take a tour of the homes in Craighall Park via the Myroof web-site.