Parkrand is a Boksburg suburb thus located on the East Rand. It is a well-established and highly sought after suburb for various reasons like its prime location, proximity to amenities and stable growth in property values. The suburb can be described as a middle to upper-class suburb with a good mixture of property use.
Townhouses are popular for the convenience and security they offer and the architecture which is generally on the more modern end of the scale and offering properties in the affordable range for first time home buyers and single people to buy-to-let investors.
Apartments are aimed at the same market segment with a large array of living arrangements from bachelor units to three bedroom units catering for all ages. Rental income is similar to market trends which are generally at 1% of the registered bond and add to that the stable growth in property value and the property in the suburb becomes a viable investment option.
The suburbs prime location is highlighted by the access roads to industrial and commercial hubs, schools and malls and other suburbs.
The Parklands Estate that was constructed has brought some new attention to Parkrand and highlighted the many benefits to owning property in the suburb.
As with most of the older suburb there are bargains to be had which caters for both he owners and buy-to-let market. Surprisingly there are a number of vacant stand in the suburb which is a sound investment when the cost of owner building is offset against buying existing homes. The other benefit is the architecture which unlike many other older suburbs has not stagnated as there are a number of new developments that are modern which makes for a good mixture in preference choice.
Schools close to and in the suburb are conveniently located.
Here is a list of some of the nearby schools;
Parkrand Primary School
CBC (Christian Brothers College) Boksburg
Boksburg High School
Malls that cater for retail and entertainment needs are;
East Rand Mall
Palms Value Centre
K90 North Shopping Centre
Take a tour of the homes in Parkrand via the Myroof website.