Mayberry Park in the East of Johannesburg is a suburb of Alberton which came into being as the city of Alberton continued to expand over the years and the need for more residential property grew along with land for industrial areas.
This is a well established suburb with all the amenities expected of towns in Gauteng like schools, malls, industrial and commercial hubs in place.
The benefit of suburbs like Mayberry Park is the proximity to these amenities which reduce travel time and enhance convenience and ease of access which is important in the super fast pace of life in the Gauteng Province.
Property values are thus driven by what they offer, appeal of architecture and location. The suburb is reasonably old and there is a mixture of design cues from old restored homes to the more modern styles of Balinese and Tuscan and the ultra modern homes of the 21st century.
The mixed use residential suburb has town house complexes and free hold homes which enhances the scope of property investors in the suburb. With a steady growth rate keeping pace with the market trends investing in Mayberry Park will be a consideration when looking for property in the Alberton area.
The suburb's infrastructure and services are reflected in the state of the homes which is well maintained, neat and litter free.
Mayberry Park also offers many available schools, including Kenton Primary School, Brackenhurst Primary School, Bracken High School and Laerskool Orion.
Industrial hubs are also in close proximity to Mayberry Park. These include Wadeville, Alrode, Roodekop, Alberton and Steeledale.
Major routes which add to convenience are also in close proximity to Mayberry Park. These routes are the R59, the R554 and Southernklipriversberg Drive.
The surrounding suburbs of Alberton further add to the attraction of the suburb as a residential address.
Take a tour of the homes in Mayberry Park via the MyRoof website.