The KZN Drakensberg is a splendid setting for a residential suburb for anyone who appreciates the nature. The middle-class suburb of Queensburgh is one such privileged suburb to be set in the Drakensberg. Queensburgh consists of four main suburbs namely Malvern, Escombe, Northdene and Moseley and demand for homes in all four these suburbs have increased in recent times. This is very much evident in the increase in property values. Queensburgh has the status of a middle-class suburb with a number of guest houses added to diversify the market slightly in terms of property usage. Many of the stands in Queensburgh are large and some have already been rezoned for subdivision of which owners have developed sectional title simplexes and duplex residential units on. This creates the opportunity to enter the rental market as holiday explorers’ flock to the region in and off peak season to enjoy either the beaches or nature hiking trails into this end of the Drakensberg Mountains. Queensburgh is of course a residential town and as such the town has all the important amenities in place like schools, malls and access to industrial and commercial hubs. With a short 15 minute drive from Queensburgh to the Durban CBD many opt to reside in this tranquil town rather than the busy city life. The mixed property usage means the town offers all the opportunity to own property within their budget with townhouses, apartments, cluster homes and freehold homes. This also means that the rental market for permanent residents is a lucrative long term investment prospect with a high level of demand. The town is serviced by a number of schools such as Queensburgh Boys’ High School, Queensburgh Girls’ High School, Northdene Primary School and Escombe Primary School. There are more than enough malls catering for retail and entertainment needs such as Malvern Centre, Queensburgh Centre and Shall Cross Mall.Take a tour of the homes in Queensburgh’s suburbs via the Myroof web-site.