Houghton and its suburb have been highly sought after property investments for as long as the suburb has existed.
Fellside is one of the sought after suburb of Houghton. It is an old and well-established suburb which is closed off as a security village with manned access control.
Homes in the suburb are a mixture of modern and dated homes with wooden floors and bay windows which will be the ideal restorers dream. Property values are within the middle-class income group which is a positive for the suburb as many buyers that want to live in this picturesque region of the central east of Johannesburg will find their dream home in Fellside which is a bit more affordable than homes in Houghton or Houghton Estate.
The stands in the suburb are manageable with most of the stands measuring roughly 600m2.
Property values are driven primarily by demand which stems from factors like its prime location and access to amenities like the crucial commercial hubs, malls and schools.
From the suburb there is access to the eastern suburb with the major industrial hubs avoiding many of the congested roads to hubs such as Kew, Isando and Meadowdale.
Commercial hubs like Rivonia, Sandton, Rosebank and the Johannesburg CBD are within easy access along roads such as Louis Botha Avenue, Louis Botha onto Athol Street and access to Corlett Drive to reach Sandton, Rivonia and Rosebank.
Located in a more affluent region of Johannesburg means there is a large number of reputable and popular schools servicing the suburb such as Bramley Primary School, Athlone Girls High School, Sacred Heart College, King Edward VII School and Houghton School.
There are of course all the exclusive and popular malls close to Fellside such as Melrose Arch, The Mall @Rosebank, Sandton Square and the quant roadside shops in Parktown.
Take a tour of the homes in Fellside via the Myroof web-site.