The definition of a suburb that has a familial atmosphere is something which is inherent to Elspark, stemming from the tranquil tree lined streets and neat sidewalks to the neat gardens and children’s playing apparatus seen in gardens.
A mixed property usage which consists of freestanding homes, loads of townhouses and some cluster homes tells a story of a younger generation wanting to live as close to the office as possible. A mixed architecture consists of some conventional designs and with many of the townhouses and apartments tending towards the current trends. This is of course always a factor that will attract a specific generation like in this case the younger generation.
For Elspark residents the office is predominantly within the industrial sector with industrial hubs like Wadeville, Roodekop, Junction Hill and Germiston South all being within easy access or even almost on the doorstep.
For this reason homes in Elspark are highly sought after and in turn helps keep property values buoyant. The other benefit is of course the income segment many of the properties fall within namely the middle-class which has the most sales and highest demand in the current economic climate.
This means there is always going to be sales and upgrades or even downsizing within the suburb. Townhouses are also sought after for their lock-up and go convenience and added safety.
Elspark also has the benefit to draw from with a number of well-established and reputable schools nearby such as Laerskool Elspark, Hoerskool Elsburg, Laerskool Elsburg and Rondebult Secondary School.
There are of course malls nearby catering for retail needs such as Dekema Mall, Kingfisher Square, East Rand Mall, Carnival Mall and for entertainment Carnival City is the perfect venue.
Take a tour of the homes in Elspark, Germiston, East Rand and Vaal via the Myroof web-site.