Due to the location of Sunningdale in Johannesburg there are a number of cultural and historical landmarks which adds nostalgia to the suburb which can be traced back to Edenvale that was at its inception a mining community.
The centrally located of Sunningdale, Johannesburg enjoys its fair share in the property market due to its location and stable growth in property values.
Property values will suit a large income group from middle-class to the upper-class which puts the suburb in a highly competitive segment within the property market in the region.
Surrounding suburbs like Corlett Gardens also have a positive influence on Sunningdale when there is nothing that buyers find in say Corlett Gardens.
The architecture of homes in the suburb is also a good mixture of classic, modern and exclusive.
The central location is not exclusive or dependent on the commercial hubs which are a major source of sustainability to the northern region of Johannesburg but the suburb also offers access to many of the major industrial hubs like Germiston, Isando, Sebenza and Jet Park.
This also indicates the diverse demographic of the suburb which translates to the mixed pricing structure of homes in the suburb.
The suburb falls more within what can be categorized as the east rand but falls within the definition of the Johannesburg CBD and Bruma.
All the important amenities like schools and malls are well-established.
Here is a list of some of the nearby reputable schools; Sandringham High School, Eden College Lyndhurst, Highlands North Boys’ High School and Summerwood Primary School.
Malls servicing this idyllic suburb are; Norwood Mall, Balfour Park Shopping Mall and if you don’t mind to travel slightly further there is Eastgate Shopping Centre which is within easy access.
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