Property options from R400k to R16m in Joburg's Kempton Park
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Kempton Park in the City of Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, is experiencing a bustling property market, despite challenging conditions in South Africa's property trade as a whole. This double-storey cluster home in Glen Marais in Kempton Park has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is selling for R1.47 million - click here to view. André Landman, MD at Seeff Kempton Park, says prices in Kempton Park has always been fair compared to many other areas in Johannesburg. "This means that even in a buyer's market we aren't experiencing major price reductions. Kempton Park has the advantage of offering good value for money in any market." Landman continues that it is not only price that makes Kempton Park a popular choice to invest or reside in, but also the strategic location, good job opportunities, property options to suit every budget and major developments currently taking place here. This unit in a secure complex in Glen Marais, Kempton Park, has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a balcony, patio with braai area and double garage. It is on the market for R1.23 million - click here to view. "With the strategic location of Kempton Park resulting in many new developments, our property market is poised for take-off. A tremendous amount of development is taking place as you drive along the R21 from OR Tambo towards Pretoria. This includes commercial, residential and retail development." Commercial developments include logistics companies, freight, packaging and construction equipment manufacturers. This four bedroom, two bathroom home in an upmarket estate in Van Riebeeck Park, Kempton Park, has a study, large garden, pool, jacuzzi, staff quarters and double garage. It is selling for R3.85 million - click here to view. "As for residential and retail development, there is a vast amount of vacant land adjoining the highway between Kempton Park and Pretoria to work with. Once this land has been developed it will add to further growth of the town and create even more job opportunities," says Landman. Landman continues that job opportunities are always available in the fully developed industrial townships of Isando, Spartan, Chloorkop, and Jet Park, which also fall within the boundaries of Kempton Park. This three bedroom, two bathroom home in Norkem Park, Kempton Park, has a fireplace, pool, staff quarters, two garages and a granny flat. It is on the market for R1.35 million - click here to view. "Homes in Kempton Park are priced from as low as R400 000 for an entry-level home, up to R16 million for a home in an upmarket estate. Most homes in this town are situated within gated areas, security complexes and security estates and have vast price ranges." Landman notes that vacant, fully-serviced commercial stands in Kempton Park are listed for approximately R1 200 per square metre. Vacant residential stands in the Serengeti Golf estate cost around R800 per square metre. This three bedroom, two bathroom home in Kempton Park Central is close to amenities and has a patio with braai area. It is on the market for R935 000 - click here to view. Entry-level properties priced at around R 400 000 consisting of two bedrooms and one bathroom units can be found in Kempton Central and Rhodesfield, located within walking distance of Kempton Park Station and the Gautrain Station. Larger three bedroom, two bathroom properties are located in areas like Edleen, Van Riebeeck Park, Glen Marais, Norkem Park, Birch Acres, Birchleigh and Birchleigh North, and are selling for between R1 million and R 1.5 million. This three bedroom, two bathroom townhouse for sale in Norkem Park, Kempton Park, has open-plan living areas. It is on the market for R750 000 - click here to view. "The more luxurious homes priced between R3 million and R16 million are found in Van Riebeeck Park, Glen Marais and Serengeti Golf Estate," says Landman. Landman says Kempton Park is experiencing a shortage of townhouse and cluster developments in all areas ranging between R850 000 and R1.2 million. "Hopefully the residential development will alleviate this shortage."