Cyrildene is a suburb in the east of Johannesburg which developed as the sprawling city of Johannesburg began to bulge in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

Flanked by De Wetshof, Bruma and Linksfield, the suburb has a huge Asian following and is highly sought after for its location and what the homes offer in terms of value.

The homes have kept up with the times and some modern homes are intermingled with the homes dating back to the origin of the suburb with their red brick and bay windows.

The homes that are in the right placement within the suburb offers views over the tree rich surrounds and towards the Observatory hill.

The suburb is a mixed use suburb with multistory buildings and retail hubs on the main roads which suite the Asian lifestyle with restaurants having sidewalk tables and decks.

The huge Asian community has made Cyrildene their second home, decorating the facades of the buildings with inscriptions in their language.

The suburb is well established with schools and important amenities in place.

Available schools in Cyrildene include Sacred Heart College, St John’s College, Dominican Convent School and John Mitchell Primary School.

There are also many benefits living in Cyrildene, including many Asian restaurants to choose from and ease of access to major routes schools and other suburbs.There are also many tourist attractions close by.The property values are driven by a positive demand for homes in the suburb, and Johannesburg CBD is in close proximity to Cyrildene.

Cyrildene also offer major malls close by for the residents' shopping needs. These malls include Bruma Mall, Bedford Gardens Mall and Eastgate Mall.

Industrial hubs are also in close proximity to Cyrildene, including Herriotdale, Doornfontein, Driehoek, Germiston and Rosherville.

Take an armchair tour of the homes in Cyrildene via the MyRoof website to select your new home.

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