Hurlingham and its extensions are well-established suburbs with tree lined streets and the tranquility which is almost unrivaled.
Although the suburb is within easy access to all the major amenities it retains that tranquility and a certain sense of community and a family oriented lifestyle.
Thus is goes without saying that Hurlingham Gardens enjoys its high degree of demand in the market place ascribed to its prime location, stable growth in property values, the diverse property usage and its status as a middle to upper-class income suburb. Property usage consists of freehold homes, and clusters with a few new developments being undertaken as part of the population density initiative.
The individual stand sizes offer the major benefit of subdivision which could go a long way in reducing the outstanding interest on a bond and is certainly a factor to consider with existing homes provided the layout permits the subdivision.
The mixed architecture is another of the attributes which are advantageous to the suburb as there are some properties that fall within reach of the middle-class income group with a more convention design and then of course the majority are of the contemporary and modern style in keeping with current trends both exterior and interior design.
The central location of the suburb can be very deceiving due to the tranquility as it offers access to Bryanston in the north along William Nicol Drive, or slightly south to Sandton and Rivonia along Sandton Drive and then access to the N3 western Bypass connecting to Buccleuch, Marlboro and Midrand.
Randburg is also within easy access further indication to the fact that the suburb is in a prime location.
There are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb such as Montrose Primary School, St David’s College, Hyde Park High School and St Stithians College.
All the right malls are within easy access such as Coachman’s Crossing Shopping Centre, Benmore Gardens Shopping Centre and the various exclusive stores in Sandton and Rosebank.
Take a tour of the homes in Hurlingham Gardens via the Myroof web-site.