Midrand in Gauteng is possibly a region that has experienced the largest property development in past years.
Before 1981 Halfway House as the region was known was mostly known for the world famous motorsport race track named Kyalami and surrounding suburbs like Vorna Valley which is still mostly smallholdings, Barbeque Downs and Midrand.
Kyalami Gardens is one of the suburbs in the region which makes full use of its prime location which is certainly the most important factor in attracting tenants, investors and buyers alike. The recently constructed Kyalami Estate also adds to the stable growth in property values and demand for property.
Property values tend more towards the exclusive end of the market which is affirmed if the freehold homes market segment. Property usage consists of freehold homes, cluster developments and newer apartments which increases demand for property in the suburb.
The suburb can be described as vibrant and young but also has a sense of family orientation.
The major roads like the N1 north and south, New Road, Allandale Road and Pitts Avenue, offering ideal access to commercial and industrial hubs, do not invade on the noise pollution and aesthetics of the suburb in general. These major roads offer access to suburb like Sandton, Midrand and Pretoria which certainly increases the attractive prospects the suburb offers.
It is a well, yet expanding suburb with all the important amenities in place like schools and malls.
There are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb and region such as Beaulieu College, Jubilate Primary School and Cedarwood School.
Malls servicing the suburb are Kyalami on Main Shopping Centre, Waterfall Corner and The Boulders Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Kyalami Gardens via the Myroof web-site.