The suburb of Lyme Park is part of the greater Sandton. Due in part to its locations and neighbours it is a middle-class suburb which offers a mixed property usage which consists of freehold homes, apartments and cluster homes.

With this higher end of the middle-class market comes an architecture which is more contemporary and very current which one can also assume will be a feature to the finishings like bathrooms and kitchens reflecting this state of exclusivity.

Apartments in Lyme Park are in high demand within the rental market which many young executive tenants use as a stepping stone to enter the property market in the region. This is thus a very sound investment prospect for long term landlords with good yields from rental income.

Demand for homes in Lyme Park is further driven by its prime location, strong growth in property values, good service delivery and established amenities like schools, malls and entertainment venues.

The status of the suburb is firstly an appeal from the tree lined streets and clean pavements and then extends to manicured and landscaped gardens which offset the architectural homes perfectly.

Surrounded by major commercial hubs like Bryanston, Randburg, Ferndale, Sandton and Rivonia may imply that many residents are employed in the commercial sector.

There are however a number of industrial hubs close to Lyme Park too like Kya Sand and easy access to Midrand and Centurion. Major roads which define the suburbs prime location are Bram Fischer Drive, Republic Road, Jan Smuts Avenue and then easy access to William Nicol Drive which also connects to the N1 Western Bypass.

There are a number of reputable schools servicing Lyme Park such as St Stithians College, Bryanston High School, Radley Private School and Ferndale High School.

Lyme Park has access to the many exclusive retail and entertainment malls such as Nicolway, Sandton City Mall, Coachman’s Crossing Shopping Centre and Hyde Park Corner.

Take a tour of the homes in Lyme Park via the Myroof web-site.

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