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Bryanston | Property and General Area Information

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Bryanston properties hold excellent value and upmarket sales currently average over R 6, 5 million, with over 600 Bryanston properties listed for sale according to current market analysis reports.

Data gleaned (SAPTG, Lightstone, FNB Property Reports) indicate a healthy trend with house prices gradually, but consistently increasing in the Bryanston area. Traditional freehold 3 to 4 bedroom Bryanston houses priced at around R 3,4 million in 2010 and over the last 3 years have gone up to over R 3,8 million. The larger more exclusive Bryanston properties with 5 bedrooms and more can fetch from R 7 million upwards.

What about sectional title properties in Bryanston (flats, apartments and townhouses)? Property sales stats trends show that these have also gone up from about R 1 million to over R1,1 million for 2 to 3 bedroom apartments.

Demographically, a large portion of buyers of Bryanston property are under 35 years of age and the areas property options are diverse and myriad. You can find properties listed for anywhere from around the R850 000 mark all the way up to around R50 million, so there is literally something for everyone!

The secure lifestyle offered in Bryanston cluster homes and complex units ensure they sell at a real premium and are in high demand. Cluster property in Bryanston, much like the sectional title market in the area are highly marketable due to the lower stock levels as well as the convenience and affordability these offer. Many find the move from a traditional house to a cluster home an easier transition than to a townhouse, and the additional security offered in cluster housing adds to the appeal.

Cluster houses in Bryanston are typically priced from about R 2 million to over R7 million for the more exclusive and spacious offerings. The larger part of the sectional title unit sales in Bryanston range from R 850 000 up to around R 1, 500 000.

Since Bryanston also offers excellent investment opportunities, recent reports have estimated that up to a third of cluster and sectional title properties, in particular, are bought for buy to let and present excellent return on investments. The upmarket rental ‘sector’ is still very much alive in Bryanston and many of the high end Bryanston homes are leased out to large corporates.

Bryanston | Area Information

Originally a “farming community” established in the 1940s, today Bryanston is a very wealthy suburb of Johannesburg and is home to some of the biggest corporations in Southern Africa, including the likes of Microsoft SA and Ogilvy & Mather.

Bryanston properties are highly sought-after as they offer great residential and investment value, together with an excellent “address”. This is why most Bryanston properties don’t last very long on the market!

Bryanston is also considered to be the largest suburb in SA, and the upmarket area attracts a large number of businesspersons and professionals. It is still a great place to start a family as it has managed to maintain its “family and community-oriented” appeal.

Commuting is also made easy with convenient transport routes and Bryanston is well located between Sandton and Fourways. It is perfect for executives working in the area.

Bryanston was named after Bryanston Square, the developer’s original home in London, and soon after creation became South Africa’s first golfing estate. Since then Bryanston has flourished and Bryanston homes have been constantly gaining in both popularity and price. The all-round beauty, safety and high-class living make the properties for sale in Bryanston the perfect place to start a family, get your career up and running or even retire.

Bryanston | Amenities

Bryanston is very well situated, also being close to the Sandton CBD - with every imaginable amenity close at hand!

Bryanston | Schools and Community

The selection of Bryanston schools is a major influencer on the areas property market. Many families find the easy access afforded to schools combined with the central nature of Bryanston for commuters adds to its appeal.

Residents have a great selection of upper-class schools that are available around Bryanston, including Michael Mount Waldorf School, Brescia House, St Stithians, Bryanston Parallel Medium and Bryandale Primary amongst others. These and other private schools provide excellent facilitation and child-safety.

Other schools in or close to Bryanston include Bryneven Primary, Bryanston Primary and Bryanston High School to name a few more.

The Bryanston community has always been close-knit and many residents who move away tend to return later and purchase properties due to starting a family, or career advancement.

Bryanston | Health and Safety

It’s no surprise that you will find world-class medical facilities including one of the most popular clinics in Johannesburg, Sandton Medi-Clinic, and various other health centres.

You will also find a large number of practising doctors and medical specialists in the immediate and neighbouring vicinity. Safety-wise apart from the significant private security and community watches usually associated with most of the homes and properties, Bryanston is also well policed by SAPS based in Randburg and Sandton.

Bryanston | Shopping

There are several shopping centres to choose from including Bryanston Shopping Centre, The Nicolway, Epsom Downs, Grosvenor Crossing & Posthouse Shopping Centre. Neighbouring Shopping Centres include Sandton City, Nelson Mandela Square & Benmore Shopping Centre.

There are a number of excellent first rate dining restaurants to choose from, as well as other convenience-based eateries.

Bryanston | Leisure

The Bryanston Country Club Golf Course is the perfect place to release tension and have some fun with friends. There are over 10 luxurious health and beauty spas, ranging from purely natural to new-age beauty treatments. Sports fanatics will enjoy the Bryanston Sports Club and various Virgin Active Gyms.

For a selection of prime property in Bryanston contact Chas Everitt Bryanston today on +27 11 463 2033. With our extensive expertise in and in-house knowledge we are well-equipped to assist you with your purchase or sale, as well as any Bryanston property rental or leasing options.

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