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Houses and Flats in Cresta, Randburg

Area Information

One of the most popular suburbs in Randburg is Cresta and that is largely due to its main attraction: the Cresta Shopping Mall which is the biggest mall in the southern hemisphere. The suburb lies in the northern region of Johannesburg and is close to Darrenwood and Windsor East. It is ideally located near the N1 and Johannesburg CBD which makes commuting an absolute breeze. It is the ideal suburb for young professionals that want a slice of suburban life whilst climbing the career ladder.

Attractions near Cresta

As mentioned, Cresta Shopping Mall is the shining beacon of this suburb but it is by no means the only attraction in Cresta. There are also three other mega malls in the area including Brightwater Commons, Northgate, and Clear Water Mall, making the suburb a shopper’s paradise. Residents also frequent the villages of Melville and Greenside at night and over the weekends. Here you will find a wide range of restaurants and boutique shops. Cresta also has a few places where one can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. Emmarentia Dam and the Botanical Gardens lie just beyond Linden, a neighbouring suburb that is easily accessible. It is also very easy to take a hike up Northcliff Hill and enjoy the picturesque view of Johannesburg at your feet.

The appeal of Cresta

Property for sale in Cresta is in high demand due to its proximity to Johannesburg and Sandton. The suburb offers beautiful freestanding homes, townhouses, and apartments that are affordable and well-maintained. Cresta also offers a taste of the outdoors, making it even more appealing to buyers. Investing in property in Cresta is one of the best decisions that an investor can make and it will deliver high returns in the long run.

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