The central eastern suburbs of Johannesburg have such a variety of benefits that it is mostly a case of preference and convenience that are deciding factors in the choice of suburb.
That and some other factors like the status of the various suburbs, their proximity to either industrial or commercial hubs and also of importance the access to reputable schools.
Fairvale is a suburb that has it all to offer and more. This middle-class suburb has a mixture of freehold homes and cluster homes; all located in close proximity firstly to major highways and the major industrial hubs in Germiston, Isando, Elandsfontein and Jet Park and then the various commercial hubs such as Sandton, Bedfordview, Rivonia, Rosebank and Bryanston and the few smaller commercial hubs in other suburbs like Corlett Gardens.
The tree rich gardens, landscaped gardens and tranquility set the scene for a familial atmosphere which will attract families large and small. The architecture in the suburb is a mixture of conventional and functional with a good mixture of contemporary designs adding to the demand and increased value of homes in the suburb.
It is obviously apparent that the suburb is in a good state of management as service delivery is timeous and dependable with pavements that are clean and roads that are not in a state of disrepair.
The view of surrounding hills is an idyllic backdrop adding to the sense of tranquillity and breaks the sometimes bleak expanses of homes in winter months.
Reputable schools which service Fairvale and surrounding suburbs are Sandringham High School, Fairsand Primary School, Eden College Lyndhurst and Summerwood Primary School.
Fairvale’s prime location means it has access to all the exclusive malls and retail outlets close by and in Sandton such as Sandton City, Melrose Arch and closer to home there is Norwood Mall, Balfour Park and Bramley Gardens Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Fairvale via the Myroof web-site.