Marlboro Gardens is a suburb of Johannesburg under Sandton municipality. It is more an extension of Marlboro which consists of Marlboro South, the industrial township and then Marlboro Gardens being the residential suburb.

The area was developed as part of the greater Johannesburg urban development program and was established somewhere in 1930’s or 40’s as an African township. Through time the suburb has evolved and changed and according to the last census there is a large India community that has taken up residency in this prime located suburb.

The location is prime due to the fact that access to major roads and other suburbs is convenient. The M3 and N3 pass nearby.

When viewing the selling prices of property, architecture and the development taking place in and around the suburb this paints a picture of growth. The suburb has a mixture of townhouse complexes and freehold homes making up the land use with schools and amenities catered for. Therefore, a large spectrum of income groups wants to invest in property in Marlboro Gardens. This could only mean that the suburb is a stable investment prospect and adding to that the commercial land use which is expanding almost daily then this suburb is stable, sought after and certainly worth investing in.

Schools in and close to Marlboro Gardens are Marlboro Gardens Secondary School and Marlboro Gardens Combined School.

Malls which cater for the residential suburb needs are located in either Bramley or Edenvale with Greenstone Mall being very conveniently located since this is a short drive to either.

The other suburbs close to Marlboro Gardens are Bramley, Kew, Alexandra, Edenvale and Wendywood. These suburbs also have a positive influence on the property value in Marlboro Gardens.

Traveling to towns like Bedfordview or Pretoria is not as cumbersome as living further into Johannesburg.

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