The greater Sandton region has been an upswing market for as long as the suburb has been in existence. This has had the effect of its suburbs carrying the same exclusive status and in many instances exceeded the norm in as far as property values go.
One such suburb is Sandhurst. The property usage in the suburb is varied with freehold homes, cluster homes and apartments in a varying price range. The overall picture is that of affluence when viewed as a whole.
With most of the family homes the definition of family homes has been recalibrated. Vast expanses are the norm with the lavish designer gardens and stately homes with a varied architectural style from classic, new age classic, ultra-modern and the current trend of an art-deco ambiance in the sectional title market.
The suburb is located in the heart of the richest square mile in Africa and the centre of South Africa’s commercial hubs of Rivonia and Sandton thus it is the address of choice for the well-heeled seeking the exclusivity and the convenience that comes with this exclusivity status.
Apartments are in high demand with owners and within the rental market and they offer almost unrivaled opulence, security and convenience.
Other major attraction factors to the suburb are the ease of access to amenities like reputable schools and malls and access to major roads connecting to other suburbs and commercial hubs as far afield as Midrand and Bucchleuch on roads such as William Nicol Drive which connects to Bryanston and its newly redeveloped commercial hub, Jan Smuts Ave which connects to the M1 further along.
Schools which service the suburb are; Hyde Park High School, Montrose Primary School and St David’s College.
Malls that service the suburb are Melrose Arch, Rosebank Mall and Sandton City Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Sandhurst via the Myroof web-site.