Suburb in Ekurhuleni are all centred around commercial or industrial hubs, more so than many other suburbs which means they are all in a prime location in respect to their hubs.
Hurlyvale for example, which is a suburb of Edenvale, has access to both industrial and commercial hubs of which industrial hubs are Isando, Isandovale, Meadowdale, Sebenza and Tunney Industrial and commercial hubs in Marlboro, Buccleuch, Woodmead and Bryanston thus it is evident why Hurlyvale is such a high demand suburb which is also a middle-class suburb, making it an even more appealing suburb as a residential address.
Being a well-established suburb is at first sight obvious by the architecture which is mixed between contemporary and conventional functional designs.
Tree lined streets with neat pavements speak of good service delivery and manicured gardens are a familial setting and invites home entertainment made possible by the Highveld weather and this is echoed by the tranquillity.
Other benefits to Hurlyvale are the fact that some homes are in a boomed security area adding to an increased property value and a slight increase in security and the many established and reputable schools the suburb has access to such as Hurlyvale Primary School, Edenglen Primary School, Edenvale High School and St Benedict’s College.
Major roads which highlights the prime location of Hurlyvale are the R24 connecting to the N12, Edenvale Road and access from the R24 to the R21 connecting the suburb to Pretoria East and the OR Tambo Airport.
The Greenstone development has also had a positive impact on property values due to extra exposure the suburb enjoys for its slightly more affordable property values and is also a further benefit with the Longmeadow Business Estate in Greenstone.
Greenstone has also brought retail shopping much closer with the Greenstone Shopping Centre, Stoneridge Shopping Centre and for the more loyal shoppers there is always Eastgate Shopping Centre in Bedfordview.
Take a tour of the homes in Hurlyvale via the Myroof web-site.