Kyalami A.H is no doubt familiar with a large portion of the Gauteng population. What may not be common knowledge is the status that the suburb has attained over the years.
To say that this is a prestigious suburb would be putting it mildly. The Kyalami region of Midrand was always the halfway point between Johannesburg and Pretoria but because it was mostly smallholdings, it did not appeal to a broad market as a residential address.
That has drastically changed over time, though most of the suburb is still smallholdings there has also been a fair amount of new property development in Kyalami A.H. this brought a new more diverse property usage which now consists of smallholdings, estates, residential freestanding homes, townhouses and apartments.
Take leisurely drive through the well-maintained streets and one immediately gets the sense of prestige, landscaped lush manicured gardens and modern breath taking architecture with homes set on large grounds.
There have been a number of exclusive, lifestyle, golf and security estates that were constructed in the suburb which has added further interest to the suburb along with a more diverse average median property value.
As a residential address, Kyalami A.H has now become a prime property investment market catering for the well-heeled. With Midrand in general expanding the way it has, has also added to the appeal of the suburb and with the Gautrain terminal in Midrand, travelling to the office has become cost effective and convenient.
As a recognised residential suburb, amenities like schools and malls are established. There are a number of reputable private and public schools nearby such as Beaulieu College, Cedarwood School, Charter College International High School and Sandton Afrikaanse Akademie, Kyalami.
With the newly constructed Mall of Africa mega mall one is certain to find all the retail and entertainment requirements are met. The are other malls to such as Kyalami on Main Shopping Centre, Crowthorne Shopping Centre and 4 Kyalami Boulevard.