The sunny tree-lined streets of the sought after suburb of Elton Hill is one of those suburbs which all would love to reside in; needless to say the suburb carries with it a sense of community and family.
It is a haven for the well-heeled seeking tranquility within city limits with the creature comforts and important amenities within easy reach. This is one of the many factors driving demand for homes in this exclusive suburb.
The exclusive status of the suburb is mostly derived from the sizes and individualistic modern and conventional architecture of the stately homes.
The demographic of the suburb consists of single young executives who prefer the many exclusive apartment buildings overlooking the famous Wanderers Cricket Grounds, the more well-established families with children attending nearby reputable schools and many long time pensioners’ home owners preferring to remain in this idyllic suburb. The property usage thus consists of freehold homes and apartments making it and exclusively residential suburb.
The most important factor which drives the high degree of demand is its proximity to commercial hubs located in the Sandton Central Business District, Melrose, Bryanston and Rivonia and the also access to the De Villiers Graaff Motorway connecting further north, Athol Oaklands Drive and Corlett Drive.
Industrial hubs close to Elton Hill are equally accessible like Kew and Wynberg along Corlett Drive.
The De Villiers Graaff Motorway connects further along to the N1 Freeway bringing towns like Buccleuch, Midrand and Centurion all the more closer and adding to the advantageous positioning of the suburb.
The popular schools servicing the suburb are reputable; here is a short list of some of the schools, St David’s College, Bellavista School, Fairways Primary School and Crawford College Sandton.
Located in the central northern region of Johannesburg means all the exclusive mall are nearby such as Sandton City, Melrose Arch, Nelson Mandela Square and Norwood Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Elton Hill via the Myroof web-site.