The rolling hills in the southern region of Johannesburg are always going to be a major asset to homes in the region.
One such privileged suburb is Oakdene which carries the status as a middle-class suburb with aplomb. The property usage in the suburb consists of freehold homes and apartments which means there is a large market being catered for. The suburb is also in a prime location with access to major highways and roads connecting to commercial and industrial hubs.
The mixed architecture ensures a strong demand and this helps in creating a stable investment market which is further buoyed by the strong demand for rental property in the suburb. Being a reasonably valued middle-class suburb is a further benefit in the market place where the greatest demand is within the current economic climate. The property values offer real value for money with spacious sturdy homes, stunning views and of course the use of the summer conditions which are ideal for outdoor entertainment. There are, as in any suburb bargains to be had and as usual they are grabbed up as soon as they hit the advertising stands or web sites.
The tree lined streets, tidy pavements and well-kept gardens speak of pride and a family oriented suburb. As with middle-class suburbs that are in the privileged position to have a good collection of modern apartments and townhouses which attract young couples, single people entering the middle-class market via the sectional title market and the rental market which is ideal as long term investment prospects.
Roads like Kliprivier Drive direct access to the N12 East and West and access to the N3 further along means there are various hubs within easy access for example Sandton and Rivonia are accessed via the N1 Southern Bypass.
Industrial hubs in Rosherville, Wadeville and Germiston are within equally easy access.
The region is well-established this means there are a number of popular schools servicing the suburb such as Marist Brothers Linmeyer, Sir John Adamson High School and Townsview Primary School.
Take a tour of the homes in Oakdene via the Myroof web-site.