The suburbs surrounding Rosebank are as sought after as Rosebank itself. The great attraction was mostly centered around Park Town as the main point of origin.
The suburb of Greenside East is an extension of Greenside which is an important indication that the suburbs origin was stable and has had a steady increase in demand and popularity.
The property values of the suburb in general belie the status and what the homes in the suburb have to offer like stable growth in value stemming from a high degree of demand the more modern architecture mixed with some more classic designs and homes dating back to its early inception adding that air of nostalgia which is more common to its neighboring suburbs.
Being a middle-class suburb means the properties generally sell quit fast depending on whether the property is correctly priced or not. Due to its prime location it also translates to a high degree of demand for the rental market making it the ideal investor’s haven.
The location of the suburb is an important factor which attracts investors and buyers to the suburb as it is close to major commercial hubs and the various amenities which help sustain suburbs.
Access roads highlight the prime location with access on roads like Jan Smuts Avenue, access to Barry Hertzog Avenue leading to Empire Road and access to the De Villiers Graaff Motorway for easy access to the north.
Commercial hubs close to the suburb are Melrose, Rosebank and Rivonia which are the main source adding to sustainability to residents in the suburb.
There are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb such as Greenside High School, Parkview Senior School and Parktown High School for Girls.
Of course being in the more elitist region of central northern Johannesburg means there is a fair number of malls catering for the shopaholics with malls like Rosebank Mall, Melrose Arch and The Zone @ Rosebank.
Take a tour of the homes in Greenside East via the Myroof web-site.