That would mean the suburb is a middle-class suburb with the benefit of being in a prime location as its neighbors.
With the Klein Jukskei River passing by the suburb means there are some properties bordering this feature which some home owners have used to its full potential as a backdrop to executive homes.
The suburb started off as small holdings and there are still a few small holdings and farms adding to some diversity in the suburb. Vacant land is being developed into exclusive residential estates bringing with it more exposure thus increasing sales in the suburb and this translates to a stable growth market.
The mostly contemporary architecture will speak to young executive families and more established families seeking respite from the daily hum-drum of the city. Neat tree lined streets are inviting and add to the tranquil atmosphere of the suburb.
Townhouses are also highly sought after in the suburb for the security they offer, the status they offer within the exclusive property market and the prime location.
This also means rental income in the sectional title market is stable with a high degree of demand and is often a stepping stone for the younger generation to enter the market.
With Johannesburg North still being developed there is a definite indication that demand had not tapered down and demand is sustained.
The viability of vacant land in this region of Johannesburg as commercial use should not be overlooked as the region is still being developed and the trend is that commercial sector follows with expanding suburbs.
Service delivery to the suburb is prompt and the neat pavements also indicate a well-managed infrastructure.
There are a number of reputable schools servicing Johannesburg North such as North Riding High School, Cooper College and Cairncross College.
Take a tour of the homes in Johannesburg North via the Myroof website.