Randburg and its suburbs are known for their exquisite gardens, lush green lawns and tree lined streets.
Robin Acres falls in this same category of pride and the familial atmosphere which is also most apparent in the use of space in many of the homes.
The architecture of Robin Acres is both contemporary functional and conventional with many homes having had renovation work done on many of the more dated homes bringing with it a slight increase in general property values.
Property usage consists of freehold homes, townhouses and cluster homes which appeals to a larger middle-class market which means resale values will not disappoint as demand is driven by factors like the status of the suburb, its prime location and amenities like schools and malls on offer. This general upmarket status is borrowed from its neighbouring suburbs like Blairgowrie, Moret and Jacanlee which are also exclusive suburbs thus having the effect of more exposure to one another.
Robin Acres is set on undulating ground which offers some diversity in architecture and also raises interest for homes in the suburb.
The prime location of Robin Acres is soon apparent from the distances and location of commercial hubs and industrial hubs which sustain the economic stability to the suburb. Commercial; hubs near to Robin Acres are Randburg CBD, Ferndale, Sandton, Rivonia and Melrose which are access via roads like Republic Road, Conrad Drive onto Jan Smuts Avenue and Bram Fischer Drive respectively.
Industrial hubs close to Robin Acres are Strydom Park, Wynberg and Kew which are accessed via Republic Road and onto the M1.
Of course Randburg and its suburbs have access to reputable schools and Robin Acres benefits from the established institutions like Hoerskool Randburg, The King’s School Randburg, Robin Hills Primary School and Unika Laerskool.
Malls which cater for retail needs and entertainment are Randburg Square, Cresta Shopping Centre and Blackheath Pavilion.
Take a tour of the homes in Robin Acres via the Myroof web-site.