The town of Queensburgh has a rich history dating back to the colonial days of the British. Hence the name Queensburgh was adopted by the residents.
The town expanded over the years to now have a number of its own suburbs. Part of the reason for the town being established was families that wanted to escape the high humidity of the Durban CBD and its suburbs nearby.
The suburb of Malvern became one of the sought after suburbs and this led to the demand the suburb now enjoys. This has been the factor in ensuring that the property values in the suburb have increased steadily and now yields market related growth within the greater eThekwini municipality.
By today’s standards the suburb is classified as a middle class suburb with large spacious family homes and manicured gardens which speak of wellness and a sense of pride in the suburb.
The mixed property use of the suburb comprises apartments, townhouses and freehold homes thus a large market will find the ideal home depending on specific requirements.
Senior citizens favor the suburb for its tranquil atmosphere and pleasant surrounding as well as the close proximity to important amenities like medical facilities and malls.
These factors are true for larger families too as all the important amenities like schools, commercial and industrial hubs are within easy access and if the need does arise to travel to the Durban CBD then the major roads service this requirement.
All these combined factors mean the suburb is in a prime location which is yet another factor to consider when seeking property in this region of KZN.
Here is a list of some of the popular reputable schools in the suburb, West Park School, Hillary Primary School, Queensburgh Boys High School and Queensburgh Girls High School.
Malls which service the suburb are conveniently close. Here is a list of some of the malls, Malvern Centre and The Pavilion Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Malvern, KZN via the Myroof web-site.