Randburg is situated centrally west of the Johannesburg CBD. Randburg itself consists of a large number of suburbs which all cater for various income groups.
What is a prime location and what defines a suburb as a good residential investment?
Some would argue that the architecture is important yet others will contend that the closest schools are important and yet others will indicate that the sizes of homes are important.
How then does one decide where to take up residency and why? Let’s investigate the reasons and attributes in short.
Pine Park is one of the greater Randburg suburbs. What does Pine Park offer?
Pine Park is firstly a tranquil familial suburb which is plainly evident by tree lined sidewalks and manicured and landscaped gardens. The Pine Park homes offer a variety of architectural styles to choose form which consists of functional and conventional to contemporary modern.
Thus far these are both attributes which indicate a stable market.
With Pine Park Classified as upper middle-class suburb with a mixed property usage, attracts a larger buyers’ market, thus keeping the sales of homes in the suburb buoyant. Townhouses allow the first-time buyers to buy into the middle-class with the status that will help appreciate the value of their homes in a more controlled or stable manner. Townhouses also vary in selling prices which means the smaller families can also find property in the suburb.
Then Pine Park can offer access to reputable and well-established schools which are, importantly, nearby. The list of schools includes King David High School, King David Primary School, Trinity House School and St David’s College.
Then there is the roads connecting to commercial hubs close to Pine Park which are Bram Fischer Drive, Malibongwe Drive and finally along the road access to the N3 Western Bypass bringing places like Sandton, Rivonia, Bryanston and Rosebank so much closer.
From these factors it should be clear that Pine Park is ideal for those seeking a home in the greater Randburg.
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