The suburb of Eikenhof is located south of Johannesburg and neighboring Brackenhurst. The suburb can be categorized as a middle to-upper-class suburb with a mixed property use which comprises sectional-title townhouses, small holdings and freehold homes.
The suburb is still expanding which is a good indication as to the degree of demand for homes in the suburb and with the number of small holdings this adds to some degree of exclusivity of the suburb when viewing the homes individually.
The price tags of the properties comparable to that in upmarket suburbs has so much more to offer in terms of space which makes the suburb ideal for larger families.
The south of Johannesburg has this unfounded stigma well actually a few and these myths are countered by property values, architecture, size and stable growth. The prime location of the suburb is one of the other beneficial factors enhancing property values.
Other factors to consider when comparing the homes with suburbs closer to city centers is that these homes are spacious and the suburb is described by its residents as a suburb as close to nature as a it gets within the sprawl of Johannesburg.
Remote by some definitions but once you get onto the N1 freeway which is close then you will realize the prime location of the suburb and enjoy the idea of the clean air and scenic countryside and long to return after a day’s work.
The suburb does not lack in amenities like malls or schools which are catered for in suburbs like Brackenhurst, Alberton and the Malls at The Glen.
Here is a list of popular schools close to Eikenhof, Naturena Primary School, Calvary Christian School and Mondeor High School.
Major roads that highlight the ideal location are the N1 Freeway, the Golden Highway and Columbine Avenue.
Take a tour of the homes in Eikenhof via the Myroof web-site.