Though Rynfield is not quite that old, it is certainly a well-established middle-class suburb with tree lined child friendly streets and is today sustained by subsidiary industries to mining and engineering.
The mixed property use is diverse with freehold homes of all ages, town-house complexes which became the fashion in the 80’s and 90’s with a more modern architecture and clusters of every design and size. This mixed use also caters for a larger market and age group with a few opportunities of commercial properties in the form of guest houses presently on the market.
The suburb is not fully developed as there are still a number of vacant stands at reasonable prices in cluster developments and freehold homes.
On the entry level there is also a number of apartment buildings at market related prices which should suit the buy-to-let market with stable growth And a high degree of demand which stems from the proximity of the suburb to various amenities. There are bargains to be had in the suburb with older homes that have been neglected, distressed or repossessed. The demand for homes in the suburb is a good indication of the performance of the suburb as a stable investment prospect
Rynfield is in a prime location in relation to major roads and amenities like schools, entertainment venues and malls.
Other advantages to the suburb are firstly that it is close to the OR Tambo airport and secondly that it is surrounded by other upmarket suburbs that help in driving demand and property values.
Access to towns like Johannesburg, Pretoria and Centurion are convenient on the R21 freeway.
Rynfield is also in the advantageous position to have a large number of schools to choose from nearby.
Here is a list of schools near to Rynfield;
St Dunstan’s College
Benoni High School
Malls servicing the suburb are;
Take a tour of the properties in Rynfield via the Myroof website.