The mixed property use of the suburb and its location are some of the factors which drive demand in the suburb. The mixed use comprises sectional-title townhouse complexes, freehold homes, clusters and apartments.
Architecture consists of modern and conventional styles with the newer developments.
Parts of the suburb have been boomed which adds to the exclusivity of the suburb and add further value to the general property values.
The prime location of the suburb is in relation to industrial and commercial hubs which are easily accessable on the many major roads in the suburb.
The demand for property in the suburb is further highlighted by exclusive developments like the Serengeti Wildlife and Golf estate developed on 780 hectares of prime land which has a 27 hole golf course designed by the famous golfer Jack Nicklaus and exclusive homes.
There are a number of guest houses within the suburb adding value with property use rezoned for commercial use.
The rental market in the suburb is strong and this is in part due to the proximity of the suburb to commercial and industrial hubs, schools and access roads and of course the exclusivity of he homes.
The other benefits of the suburb are its proximity to Caesar’s Palace Casino and OR Tambo Airport which are easily accessable on the R21 freeway or the less travelled side roads in the suburb.
The schools in the region are popular with good reputations. Here is a list of some of the schools;
Maranatha Christian School
Hoerskool Kempton Park
Aston Manor Primary School
Residents are spoilt with the selection of malls in the region namely;
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