Sonneveld is a middle to upper-class suburb located on the East Rand. The suburb is well-established with sections of the suburb still being developed into upmarket town-house complexes and cluster developments.
When looking at the starting prices on the new properties you soon realize that the developers and banks have done their homework. The units are being sold at a general market value equal to some northern Johannesburg suburb properties.
This region of the Ekurhuleni municipality was founded on mining and has since diversified into other fields of manufacture which is the basis for the sustainability of the suburb and towns on the far East Rand.
Free-hold homes are a mixture of older architecture and then the modern designs currently the fashion across Gauteng thus property values cater for a large market segment within the middle to upper-class segment. The suburb will satisfy a very large portion of the market seeking property on the East Rand.
The location of the suburb can be described as prime within the larger picture of the East Rand with all the important amenities easily accessable on the major roads in the suburb.
The region is dotted with industrial hubs almost as huge as Isando and most of them are near to or easily accessable highlighting the prime location. Commercial hubs are slightly removed by the access roads convenience commuting to the hubs.
Schools and malls are not forgotten and entertainment venues like the popular Carnival City Casino are close by.
Major roads connect the suburb via the N17 or Springs road depending on the destination.
The region is also a tourist attraction with museums and heritage buildings in Springs and surrounds. For this reason there are a few guest houses in the suburb.
Here is a list of some of the schools in Strubenvale;
Brakpan High School
Major industrial hubs near to Sonneveld are;
Major roads in the suburb are;
N 17 FREEWAY
Take a tour of the homes in Sonneveld via the Myroof website.