The suburb of Rabie Ridge north east of Johannesburg is, like so many other suburbs on the East Rand, located in a position to have access to major industrial hubs.
Rabie Ridge is a well-established suburb and due to its location a suburb enjoying a high degree of demand. The mixed culture of the suburb makes for a very unique architectural tone with homes ranging from functional conventional, more traditional in appearance and some more towards the contemporary side of the spectrum.
There is a real and visible sense of pride seen in the homes of Rabie Ridge which also speaks of a familial appeal echoed by the neat sidewalks.
The market segment in which Rabie Ridge homes fall is the middle-class income groups which is of major benefit to the suburbs property market as this ensures good sales and in turn drives property values.
The prime location of Rabie Ridge is justified when looking at the roads which connect the suburb to major hubs such as Midrand, Centurion, Isando, Commercia, Olifantsfontein and the various commercial hubs like Woodmead, Buccleuch and Bryanston. Major roads confirming this fact are easy access to Modderfontein Road connecting to Midrand and the N1 including Pretoria Main Road, Allandale Road and Zuurfontein Road. It is thus clear to see why Rabie Ridge is in such high demand.
Easy access to the R21 brings the various hubs in Pretoria so much closer with a few alternative roads thus doing away with the tedium of pending time on congested highways.
Rabie Ridge benefits from the larger development of Tembisa with infrastructure like schools and Malls having been established years earlier.
Here is a list of schools servicing Rabie Ridge; Allanridge Secondary School, Kanana Primary School, Dulcie September Primary School and Mikateka Primary School.
Residents are spoilt for choices when it comes to retail and entertainment needs with malls like Tembisa Tembi Mall, Festival Mall, Tembisa Phumulani Mall and Greenstone Shopping Centre.
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