There are various factors that are precursors to the reputation of a suburb. Hurlingham on the North of Johannesburg is one such suburb that can lay claim to the “exclusive” name tag.
The suburb was developed in the early 1900’s on land that was owned by various affluent British families like the Tillett family, then later by the Morros family and the property was finally donated by the latter family to be utilized as a mental facility which is today the H Moross Tara Mental Hospital.
Hurlingham is located one of Johannesburg North’s most famous roads namely William Nicol Drive which by itself spells opulence.
The suburb is made up of mixed use which is derived from sectional title townhouse complexes, apartments and freehold homes.
The suburb is well established and schools in the suburb and region are popular for their achievements. The schools in the region are St David’s College, Crawford College Sandton, IR Griffith Primary School and King David High School.
As mentioned there are major roads that highlight the suburb’s status and here are more roads that convenience travel to venues and malls like Jan Smuts Avenue, Republic Road and Bram Fisher Drive.
The exclusive malls which service the suburb are malls like Randburg Square, Sandton City, Nicolway Mall and Hyde Park Corner.
The suburb is serviced by commercial hubs in places like Sandton City, Randburg CBD, Hyde Park and Rosebank which are all accessable via William Nicol Drive or Jan Smuts Avenue.
Properties are stately and expensive with modern and ultra modern architecture which attracts specific investors.
Take a tour of the exclusive properties of Hurlingham via the Myroof website.