Garsfontein is one of the suburbs recognized as being in the old east of Pretoria. The suburb was established on a farm, Eastwood in 1905 according to history.
The mixed use suburb has appeal with a large number of property owners and investors as the make up is derived from freehold homes, sectional title townhouse complexes apartments and clusters. This make up is a major factor that has created a huge demand for property within Garsfontein.
All the amenities like schools, malls, entertainment venues and commercial hubs are conveniently close which just further highlights the prime location of the suburb.
The architecture is a mix of conventional and modern which is a driving factor in the property values. At the suburb’s most eastern border it shares an entrance to Woodhill which is a positive factor in that part of the suburb which was considered remote until the construction of Woodhill.
The major roads which make the suburb ideal are;
Solomon Mahlangu Road
An interesting fact about the older central part of Garsfontein is the street names which are named after famous athletes of yesteryear.
The second phase of the suburb carries dog breed names and the third phase fish species.
Schools which service Garsfontein are;
Laerskool Constantia Park
With the rest of Pretoria east expanding the way it has malls have become more commonplace such as;
Atterbury Value Mart
Parkview Shopping Centre
Waterglen Shopping Centre
The suburb is favoured by young and old with the number of municipal parks that offer safe spaces to walk dogs and children to play like the Jimmy Avis Park which has the added benefit of having tennis courts and a putt-putt course as neighboring concerns.
Take a tour of the properties in Garsfontein via the Myroof website.