Sandton and its many suburbs are all individual in their own right and cater for a specific property owner and investor.
One of the many suburbs which are replete in its status of exclusivity is Edenburg. With the ever expanding Sandton it became a case of necessity to expand to the suburbs as the CBD was fully utilized. For many of the surrounding suburbs the cornerstone of their existence is in part owed to Park Town and Hyde Park which was one of the major influences for the then “randlords”.
It is a well-established suburb complete with apartments, townhouses, cluster homes and freehold homes which are all catering for the exclusive market. This exclusivity is echoed in the modern and classic architecture, space utilized for the properties and the well-maintained homes and manicured and landscaped gardens.
The market is fully catered for with the property usage which then attracts single executives, early married couples, larger families and the well-heeled pensioners seeking to remain in the hub of exclusivity.
Other factors which drive an almost insatiable demand for property in the suburb are its prime location which is near to the major commercial hubs of Sandton, Rivonia, Rosebank, Morningside, Marlboro and Bryanston also within easy access.
Access to the major hubs are convenient along major roads like Rivonia Road, Witkoppen Road, and also access to the N1 Western Bypass which links up to the N1 north and south for easy access to Centurion, Midrand and Pretoria.
The suburb is also in an advantageous position to have commercial property on its’ borders adding to the versatility of property usage and has a small part to play in property values too.
Exclusivity comes with the obligatory access to exclusive malls and reputable schools.
Here is a list of some popular schools servicing the suburb, Rivonia Primary School, Redhill School, Crawford College Sandton and Sandown High School.
Exclusive malls close to Edenburg are Morningside Shopping Centre, Morning Glen Mall and Sandton City Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Edenburg, Sandton via the Myroof web-site.