This translates to the fact that Parkview has a status of exclusivity which is derived from the general property values, its prime location, the individualistic architecture and proximity to amenities such as commercial hubs, schools and malls.
Being neighbored by a suburb like Westcliff means the architecture is carried from here which in large part was inspired by the famous architect Sir Herbert Baker. This was after all the retreat for the “randlords” of yesteryear and property values have kept in keeping with the status.
Suburbs like Parkview are all in a prime location in relation to the important commercial hubs such as Rivonia, Sandton, Bryanston and Auckland Park which have become the primary reason for potential buyers to seek property in the suburb.
The mixed property usage of the suburb is primarily residential made up of freehold homes and cluster homes and all fall within the exclusive income group.
The well-maintained suburb is echoed by the manicured landscaped gardens and clean pavements which will draw perspective buyers seeking the aesthetic look.
Major roads which highlight the prime location of the suburb are roads such as Barry Hertzog Avenue, Jan Smuts Avenue, access to Oxford Road and Chester Road connecting to the M1 north and south.
Being a well-established suburb and having an exclusive status means there are a number of reputable and popular schools servicing the suburb such as Parkhurst Primary School, De La Salle Holy Cross College, Greenside High School and Hyde Park High School.
One may think the suburb suffers from a degree of noise pollution but this is not the case as the major roads are far enough away to not intrude on the tranquility of the suburb.
Take a tour of the homes in Park View via the Myroof web-site.