Sandton in the northern region of Johannesburg has been expanding over the years as demand for property increased. Sandton and its suburbs have now extended as far north as the N14 freeway and the Jukskei River.
One of the similarly exclusive suburbs as Sandton is the suburb of Fourways which has also in itself expanded to have extensions like Fourways Gardens.
Fourways consists of a mixed property usage which comprises freehold homes, clusters, apartments and townhouses. Townhouses and apartments vary in value which will attract a sizeable interest in the suburb which will include startup families, young executives and middleclass income groups.
The architecture of the suburb is mainly modern with a few conventional homes which attract a larger buyers’ market.
The suburbs in this region of Sandton experience a cross-pollination of buyers between suburbs like Norscot, Bryanston, Douglasdale and Witkoppen which increases the demand and popularity of these individual suburbs.
The rental market in the suburb fares well due to the status of the suburb and the diverse property usage.
The prime location of the suburb is highlighted by its proximity to commercial hubs, schools, malls and access to the various industrial hubs.
Property values in the suburb increased slightly with the development of Monte Casino and the redevelopment of Nicol Way in Bryanston which brought the office closer to homes for many of the residents.
The industrial hubs like Kya Sands, Strydom Park and Laser Park are all within easy access via roads like Malibongwe Drive, Witkoppen Road and Beyers Naude Drive.
There is a great number of reputable schools to choose from in and close to Fourways such as Fourways High School, The Kings School Bryanston, Unity College and Brescia House School.
Shopaholics in Fourways are spoilt for choice with the number of exclusive malls situated close to the suburb such as Fourways Mall, the various retail outlets in Monte Casino, Fourways Crossing, Cedar Square and Waterford Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the exclusive homes in Fourways via the Myroof web-site.