Strubenkop is a suburb of the east of Pretoria, the old east as that part of town is referred to.
The suburb was established in the early existence of Pretoria, thus it is well established and the demand for residential property in this security village is in high demand as it is deemed an upmarket suburb - basically an extension of Menlo Park. The property values are driven slightly higher by the security village tag that adds a bit more exclusivity to the suburb.
The architecture is diverse ranging from conventional to modern and mixed use from sectional title town house complexes, freehold homes and cluster homes.
Strubenkop is located in a prime position as there are a number of roads leading to amenities, schools, malls and other suburbs, universities and the Pretoria CBD.
The suburb is purely a residential suburb with a few up market guest houses which means the suburb serves well to tourists visiting the east of Pretoria.
Schools in close proximity to Strubenkop include Hoërskool Menlopark, Laerskool Lynnwood, Laerskool Menlopark snd Brooklyn Primary School.
Major roads close by the suburb are Lynnwood Road, Duxbury/ Brooklyn Road, Atterbury Road and Kings Highway, making traveling convenient.
The suburb also offers malls close by, including Menlyn Park Mall, Brooklyn Mall and Glenfair Shopping Mall.
Properties like sectional title townhouses are a good investment for use as student residents as Strubenkop is close to Tukkies University, and the CSIR is located almost walking distance from Meiring Naude Drive (which connects to Silverton and the Pretoria National Botanical Gardens).
Lynnwood Bridge Mall is close enough for nightlife entertainment for the family adding more value to the convenience of the suburb.
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