Welcome to Strandfontein , the vibrant seaside village situated on the falsebay coast line between Mitchells Plain property and Muizenberg p... Read More
Welcome to Strandfontein , the vibrant seaside village situated on the falsebay coast line between Mitchells Plain property and Muizenberg property markets. It’s about 2 minutes drive to the well-known Strandfontein Pavillion & Baden Powell coastal road which leads to Muizenberg & Stellenbosch property areas. Familiar camping sites in Strandfontein includes Blue Waters, Rotary, John Power and David Lewis Camps. Strandfontein Pavillion also boast the largest tidal pool in the southern hemisphere and host the familiar Strandfontein Life Saving Club. The beach also obtained Blue Flag Status meaning it is clean and adheres to international safety standards. The open stretched, seagull inhabited beach between Strandfontein and Muizenberg attracts anglers and fishermen from both local & surrounding communities all the time.
The suburb has grown phenomenally since the first residents moved into the area in 1977. Since then the area has become reasonably established. Important facilities includes 2 primary schools, a high school, a sports complex, places of worship, a library, a day clinic, a post office, etc. Also based in Strandfontein is the Motor car licence & Registration department.
Strandfontein consist of approximately 7000 residential properties and includes sub areas such as Old Strandfontein (the oldest section), Strandfontein Village, Wavecrest, Admirals Hill, San Remo and Bay View. Right now property prices are ranging from as low as R300 000 up to about R900 000 depending on location, size and features although the average selling bracket in the current market is between R400 000 and R500 000. This affordable price range attracts many first time purchasers such as young people wanting to get into the market and property investors looking for a reasonable return on their investment.
Rawson Properties, Strandfontein franchise opened its doors in November 2004 and quickly established itself as a household name through its aggressive marketing approach. Although specializing in Strandfontein, the franchise also covers neighbouring suburbs like Pelican Park, Pelican Heights as well as the wider Mitchells Plain. We have gained fair market share through regular brand advertising, prospecting and striving to uphold our professional edge in the market place. Due to the rental demand having increased over the years, our office has also steadily increased its letting portfolio since inception. Strandfontein has thus become one of the prime areas for property in South Africa.
So whether you thinking of buying /selling / letting / renting a property, our professional and passionate team of property consultants invites you to ‘think yellow’ and contact us on 0213937456 or email@example.com.
Your prospective Sunninghill Property has the makings of a superb investment, rich in historical significance as well as firmly grounded in modern day, upmarket living. The established suburb has a long history that goes back as far as the 1900’s era. At this time, it is said that Sunninghill was totally inhabited and frequented by lions and other wild animals. Sunninghill was described as a quiet semi-rural area with large, vacant ground spaces, plots and vegetable gardens. Interestingly, Sunninghill lies directly on the old wagon route which was used by traders from Pretoria to Rivonia as well as the early Witwatersrand mining camps. The land north of Sunninghill was given to Ahmed Mia, as trader, by Paul Kruger. Today Mia’s site is known as the Waterfall Estate.
During the 1980’s Sunninghill emerged into residential development and the arrival of businesses sprouted extensively. Some of the largest IT, Legal/ Accounting firms and travel businesses such as Acer, Unisys, Pricewaterhouse coopers and RCI are located in this part of the Sunninghill Property region. Eskom and SARS have offices located in Sunninghill. Sunninghill property thus became the new CBD as many now commuted to Sunninghill to work. Commuters also sought properties to live in, close proximity to the Sunninghill area. Residents of Sunninghill tend to be fairly young, motivated professionals. Although, a number of young families and retirees have made Sunninghill their home as the area offers security and easy access to some of Johannesburg’s prominent suburbs.
Today, Sunninghill has emerged into an upmarket commercial and residential suburb in Johannesburg, becoming one of the most sort after areas for real estate in South Africa.It is as a residential area as well as a thriving business community. In fact, both local and international companies have settled in Sunninghill. Easy access is provided via the Rivonia offramp to the N1, via the Woodmead and Sandton/Bucdeuch interchanges to the M1 and N3 and the K60 to the north. Sunninghill is bordered by Paulshof Property to the west, Kyalami to the north. Woodmead and Rivonia located in the south.
In terms of the residential property development, Sunninghill is roughly subdivided into four major, formal residential areas; Sunninghill Gardens, Sunninghill Estates which comprise of boomed security areas with a Home Owners Association focussed on the environment and security, as well as Sunninghill Park AH and the new Waterfall country and Equestrian Estate. Each Sunninghill Property area has its own specific residential zoning and unique characteristics.
Real estate tends to be ranges from smaller, single family stands to larger, rustic plots. The Waterfall Estate stands are approximately 8000m². Upmarket sectional title and freeholder duster scheme accommodation can be found in this area. Most of Sunninghill property is maintained well and thus values has risen which equals outstanding resale value.
For entertainment, Sunninghill is renowned for The Kyalami Race Circuit which hosts many Grand Prix and Superbike events. The Montecasino not too far away offers slot machines, betting tables as well as a bowling alley, skate parka and crèche for the children.
Sunninghill property area is also ideal for families as it is home to some of Johannesburg’s top schools such as St. Peters College and Summit College in Kyalami. Sunninghill hospital, previously a community hospital is now one of the top medical facilities in Africa and specializes in 17 difference medial conditions. St. Stephens Anglican Church, a Catholic Church in Woodmead, a Methodist in Lonehill and a Synagogue/Shul in Morningside as well as a Mosque is located in Sunninghill. Read Less