Rivonia has a rich cultural heritage including being home to Lilliesleaf Farm that was used as an underground meeting place for the ANC and SACP in the 1960s. Today, Rivonia has lots to offer residential buyers and property developers – and as a high-density residential node, it looks set to boom in coming years. Whether you’re looking for a modern sectional title or a thatch-style family home, Rivonia offers great value for money and is located close to shops, restaurants, schools and entertainment options.
“I love living in Rivonia as the properties provide a tranquil and country-like feel to them. This, coupled with good security, allows for a great family environment. Rivonia also has great restaurants, spas, a library, plus easy access to Sandton, the highway and the Gautrain bus route.”
Properties listed for sale in Rivonia comprise approximately 5% of the total sale listings in the Sandton and Bryanston (North) area. Approximately 5% of the interest (views) in properties for sale in the Sandton and Bryanston (North) area is attributable to properties listed for sale in Rivonia. Properties listed for rent in Rivonia comprise approximately 4% of the total rental listings in the Sandton and Bryanston (North) area. Approximately 5% of the interest (views) in properties for rent in the Sandton and Bryanston (North) area is attributable to properties listed for rent in Rivonia.
Buying in Rivonia
The monthly bond repayment to purchase a typical property in Rivonia, namely a two-bedroom flat, with the median asking price of R1,51m is R14,823 per month over 20 years at prime of 10,25% with no deposit.
- Rivonia primary
- Redhill school
- Brescia House School
Best in food
- Pizza Luna
- The Barnyard Theatre
- Clubs such as: The Manhattan Club and Movida.
- There are great restaurants along Rivonia Boulevard
- Close to the freeway and Sandton CBD
- Access to the nearby Gautrain
- Plenty of land available for development
- Rich in cultural heritage and home to Lilliesleaf Farm.
Words: Catherine Black