On the market in Johannesburg

If the City of Gold is calling your name and you are wondering where you are going to hang your hat at the end of a busy day then wonder no more as we take a look at five new properties for sale in Johannesburg.


The trendy Parkhurst has transformed itself in recent years from an ordinary suburb into one of the most sought-after areas with its vibey restaurants, cool shops and all-round family friendly atmosphere.

2 Bedroom House for sale in Parkhurst, Johannesburg


Dubbed the New South, Glenvista is becoming increasingly popular with property owners due to the increase in development in both commercial and residential properties. Despite this the affluent suburb remains quieter than other hotspots in the city.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Glenvista, Johannesburg

Orange Grove

Once an orange farm, Orange Grove is now a pretty suburb that is conveniently situated close to Sandton, which is an important commercial and retail hotspot. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Houghton Estate, Fairwood, Mountain View, Norwood, Victoria and Orchards and here the sense of community is tangible!

3 Bedroom House for sale in Orange Grove, Johannesburg


Once a forgotten area of Johannesburg, Braamfontein has undergone one of the most successful transformations and has become the darling with uber-cool. Young, energetic artists, musicians, writers and their ilk make up the residents of this oh-so-cool area. You will modernised apartments in walking distances from trendy eateries and live venues here.

Apartment for sale in Braamfontein, Johannesburg


An older suburb of Johannesburg, Bruma boasts with large family homes and beautiful views of the city.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Bruma, Johannesburg

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