Randburg and its suburbs have enjoyed positive attention form buyers, sellers and tenants over the years.
Kensington B is a suburb of Randburg which has a middle-class status with stable growth in property values which are in line with the current market trends for middle-class suburbs. Factors that benefit Kensington B are factors like a well-established suburb with consistent service delivery, educational infrastructure with reputable reputations and the close proximity to various commercial and industrial hubs.
The suburb has a pleasant and inviting atmosphere and this is echoed by the family oriented sized homes which consist of freehold homes and townhouses which are all generally quiet spacious.
Architecture in Kensington B could tend to be on the more conventional end of the spectrum but as stated it is very much a suburb promoting family living in some form of exclusivity.
In the economic climate of today location must be one of the major deciding factors when buying or renting property. This puts Kensington B on the top of many lists when looking at which roads surround the suburb and where they connect.
There is for example Bram Fischer Drive which connects to Randburg and its CBD and Jan Smuts Avenue connecting to Republic Road and in turn connects to William Nicol Drive. William Nicol Drive also connects Kensington B to Buccleuch and Marlboro with their commercial and industrial hubs.
Being one of the older suburbs the benefit is that the schools servicing the suburb are equally well-established like Ferndale High School, Knights College and Kensington Ridge Primary School.
A suburb would not be complete without malls and here is a list of malls catering for Kensington B; Randburg Square, Boskruin Village and Bel Air Shopping Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Kensington B via the Myroof web-site.