Whitney Gardens is in a prime location situated between Kew and Bramley which gives the suburb direct access to Sandton, Rosebank, Rivonia and Bryanston where all the major commercial nodes are. Then the suburb also has access to The newer Longmeadow Business Estate, The N3 north and south putting places like Centurion and Midrand within easy reach.
The suburb is well-established and the property values are at an incline and this can be attributed to the prime location, the size and architecture of homes and the property usage which consists of freehold homes, apartment complexes and townhouses.
That means the suburb caters for the entire property market and all age groups from first-time buyers, established families, young professionals and pensioners. Tree-lined streets give the suburb a tranquil atmosphere and manicured gardens complement and display beautifully against homes which mean residents are proud of their suburb.
This should also give some indication about the pricing structure of the suburb which ranges from the mid R 500 000,00 mark and up to around the R 300 0000,00 mark making homes in the suburb a stable growth investment.
The suburb is also close to all the exclusive malls and entertainment venues like Sandton Square, Rosebank Mall, Melrose Arch and Sandton City Mall.
Schools in and close to the suburb are Future Nation Schools Lyndhurst, Lyndhurst Primary School and Eden Primary School.
In as far as sales movement goes the pace is slightly sedate which means residents are very comfortable living in the suburb and this is generally a fact with older established suburbs. When homes become available it is generally because a family is relocating or downsizing. So if you are considering Whitney Gardens as your next home keep your ears to the ground. The purchase and wait will be well rewarded.