Alberton is a strange stand-alone suburb situated on the East Rand. The population as mixed in culture as is the land use. The footprint of Alberton is not by any means small with a staggering 77.16 km2.
Some present day heroes and celebrities also have a strong tie with Alberton. They are either currently residing or have resided in Alberton. Included is the great springbok rugby player Japie Mulder, the politician Carl Niehaus and for the movie buffs there is Arnold Vosloo. Strangely Alberton also has a Voortrekker Road, something not many cities in South Africa has been spared of.
WesBank Raceway caters for the avid equestrian lovers and punters. Also close by is Rand Airport with Harvard Café a nice place to do some plane spotting, having a sun downer with friends, or to take a leisure flight around Gauteng.
For a nice day outing the Vaal River is not too far away.
Access via the N12 or N1 is simple. Alberton City mall has recently received a facelift and the shopping experience compares to the best. Southgate Mall caters for the surrounding areas including Soweto. The Glen Shopping centre caters for some of the more upmarket shoppers.
Alberton is situated close to Wadeville and Alrode, two major industrial areas.
Alberton and its surrounding suburbs offer great value in property and growth, catering for a full spectrum of home owners from low to upper class property. Design styles are mixed so every taste is catered for. Meyersdal and Brackenhurst are sought after suburbs as can be seen from the design style and the age of residents. From conventional to wow, prices from the low R500 000's up and above R3,000,000.
There are ample public schools in all the Alberton suburbs.
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