Garden Route

Plettenberg Bay

When it comes to the property in the Garden Route, Plettenberg Bay property is still considered to be the Premier area for those fortunate real estate investors and holiday home buyers who are able to secure homes here. Property in Plettenberg Bay’s makeup has changed dramatically over the last decade with the growth in the amount of the sectional title sector of the property in Plettenberg Bay market. With the building boom of 2000 – 2009 being heavily weighted towards townhouse complexes, apartments and flats, section a title accounts for just under 30% of the entire Plettenberg Bay property arena. The top end of the real estate market here is...

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Gauteng

Alberton

Alberton is a town situated on the East Rand in Gauteng. It is one of the larger towns considered to be mainly residential and family oriented. Alberton is ideally located along the beautiful banks of the Natal Spruit, within close proximity of major highways as well as urban centres like Johannesburgand Pretoria, which are about 15km and 76km away, respectively. This makes life much simpler for the many Alberton property owners who commute to and from surrounding suburbs and business centres. What types of property are there in Alberton? The market stock of Alberton as per recent Lightstone reports is comprised in the main of freehold properties which account...

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Bedfordview

Bedfordview property offers some of the most upmarket and sought after real estate and properties in Johannesburg's East Rand area.   Popular suburbs include Bedford Gardens, Bedford Park, Essexwold, Morninghill, Oriel, Senderwood and St Andrews.   In terms of the options available to prospective property purchasers, Bedfordview affords a variety of real estate and housing possibilities according to your own budget and lifestyle needs.   Bedfordview properties (sectional title including townhouses, apartments, flats) are priced starting from around the R 550 000 for a flat or apartment and can range as high as R15 million or more, for some of...

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Benoni

Benoni is a sprawling city situated on the East Rand of Gauteng. This area forms part of the Greater Johannesburg region, and since 2000 has been part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. The "City of Lakes" as it is now known, was proclaimed a municipality in 1907, and achieved city status in October 1992. Whilst Benoni started as a “gold town” it has evolved over the years and is better known today for its importance to industry and as a service hub for the area. Read more about other areas in Benoni: Rynfield  Benoni History   Four groups, worlds apart in language, custom and background, formed the greater...

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Boksburg

Boksburg is thriving and bustling town located in the East Rand of SA’s Gauteng Province. The suburb is flanked by Benoni and Brakpan to the East, Kempton Park to the North, and Germiston and Alberton to the West. The suburb is also located just 25 kilometres East of Johannesburg’s CBD, putting nearly every conceivable amenity within close range of Boksburg property owners.   What are the major attractions in Boksburg and what makes the town unique?   When looking at what makes Boksburg unique, you really need to focus on the East Rand as a whole. The entire area can be considered the mining and manufacturing hub of the Gauteng region....

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Brakpan

Amid the hustle and bustle of Gauteng, South Africa’s smallest yet most densely populated province, lies Brakpan, a suburb located in the East Rand, just shy of 40 kilometres from Johannesburg city centre. Nestled between Boksburg, Benoni and Springs, Brakpan is easily accessible via the N17 highway from the city centre and is located just south of O.R. Tambo International Airport. Originally known for its mining of coal, Brakpan was established in the late nineteenth century. With the discovery of gold in the area in the early twentieth century, Brakpan became renowned for not only its coal, but its gold mining shafts too. Today, Brakpan is so much more than a...

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Centurion

Owning a property in Centurion puts you practically at the heart of South Africa’s commercial and financial hub.   Your Centurion property, be it a freestanding home, sectional-title or an upmarket Centurion Estate (like Amberfield, Brooklands Estate, Copperleaf Estate, Heuwelsig Estate, Midfield or Midlands Estate and Stone Ridge Country Estate) offers you a quieter, more relaxed environment without giving up access to all the benefits of big city life.   Whilst Cape Town has stunning mountain views and Durban has its beaches, cities like Centurion in Gauteng represent the ‘buzzing nerve centre’ of South Africa and form the hub of...

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Centurion, Irene

Steeped in history and tradition, the suburb of Irene offers a synergy of urban and rural living, reminiscent of an English village but with a distinct flavour of its own.  Originally proclaimed in 1902, the Irene of today features modern roads interspersed with narrow lanes and often lined with walls built from local rock. Homes are upmarket and range from vintage to ultra-modern, with extensive, well-established gardens rich in trees and birdlife. In more recent times, Irene has been entirely fenced off and transformed into a boomed area now known as the Irene Security Estate, a move which made it possible to preserve and maintain the rural charm and tranquility of...

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Centurion, Lyttelton

Lyttelton is widely known as a well-established, tranquil middle-class suburb characterised by leafy trees and wide pavements, a memento of days gone by when land was cheap and plentiful. Although it may no longer be the hub of the Centurion area, the legacy remains, and Lyttelton boasts no fewer than five public schools within its boundaries, a multitude of churches representing almost every denomination, and one of the few public libraries in the greater Tshwane area. Add to this the large erven and sprawling houses, and you'll understand why Lyttelton Manor is highly sought after by those seeking a more conventional and traditional setting in which to raise...

Edenvale

Prospective home buyers are certain to find the right Edenvale property, whether it’s a security estate, a cluster, one of the older Edenvale houses for sale, a modern townhouse complex or even an apartment. Edenvale Past   Edenvale formed part of the farm number 9, Rietfontein. This farm was owned by Tobias Mynhardt who subdivided the farm in 1890 into four major areas, namely: Eastleigh, Edenvale, Modderfontein Boundary to Elandsfontein station, and the last quarter he retained.   In 1903, Edenvale was a cosy village, where a small group of Cornish miners settled. This year also saw the first land being sold by John Eden. Eastleigh was subdivided...

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