Property in Bonaero Park
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Property in Bonaero Park
Bonaero Park is a quiet, well-established suburb with both traditional and modern housing available. While the suburb is admittedly situated moderately close to airport runways, it is still a relatively tranquil suburb, a good three kilometres from OR Tambo International Airport. The suburb of Bonaero Park occupies much of the old Lionel Beetge’s milk farm, an historic establishment that has sold off much of its land for road and housing developments in the area. The original farmhouse still stands however, and is occupied to this day by the Beetge family.
The available real estate in Bonaero Park varies from old to modern. The suburb features many old buildings, most of which were once owned by the Atlas Aircraft company and leased out to working immigrants from the UK. However it also has some very recent and contemporary homes. The suburb provides quick access to all major highways, from Atlas Road, directly onto the Pretoria and Johannesburg highways. As such, one also has quick access to Benoni and Boksburg.
Bonaero Park offers some interesting attractions, such as a bird sanctuary and a Nature reserve called Pamula Park Nature Reserve, which includes Blaauwpan Dam, a catch and release fishing facility with lovely braai facilities. Bonaero Park also offers all the usual, everyday establishments, with a police station, a library, a chemist and two shopping centres in the suburb. There is a Medi Cross clinic at the Aero centre in Bonaero Park, as well as several doctors and dental practices in nearby Kempton Park. The nearest hospital is also located in Kempton Park.
While there is only one school in Bonaero Park, the Bonaero Park Primary School, Kempton Park offers a variety of English and Afrikaans schools that are only a few kilometres away. There is also a soccer club in Bonaero Park which gives a sense of community, and a viewing area where locals go to watch airplanes land and take off in the distance.
This is certainly an area worth investing in if one is in search of value for money real estate on Gauteng’s East Rand.