The picturesque suburb of Eastleigh is part of the Edenvale municipality in Ekurhuleni. The suburb has its roots in the expansion of Edenvale during the early formative years centered on gold mining in the greater Johannesburg.
As the mining industry expanded there was a need for support to the needs of mine maintenance thus the largest industrial hub in South Africa was being established.
Needless to say many of the suburbs on the East Rand are reliant on the industrial industries for employment. The need for commercial hubs also expanded which means suburbs like Eastleigh has a strong base as far as employment is concerned.
This then also means property in the suburb has a fair turnover and this relates to a high degree of demand increasing property values equal to market trends.
The property usage in the suburb is diverse which is of a major benefit as it attracts single people, young families and well-established families.
Property usage in the suburb consists of freehold homes, townhouses and apartments which all fall within the middle-class income group. The architecture of the homes in the suburb will suite a large spectrum of tastes from conventional to modern, spacious and intimate.
Industrial hubs like Isando, Meadowdale, Jet Park, Germiston, Sebenza, Wadeville, Tunney Industrial and Roodekop are within easy access on the many major roads intersecting the proximity of the suburb.
Major roads which highlight the prime location of the suburb are roads such as the R21/R24 highways, access to the N3 Eastern Bypass, Terrace Road and Edenvale Road.
The suburb is well-established which means all the important amenities like mall and schools are in place. Here is a list of a number of reputable schools close to Eastleigh, Dower Glen High School, Edenvale High School, Eastleigh Primary school, and Dunvegan Primary School.
There are malls dotting the countryside which are all within easy access such as Greenstone Mall, Eastgate and Stoneridge Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Eastleigh via the Myroof web-site.