Saxonwold

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Saxonwold is an affluent suburb of Johannesburg. The area lies around the zoo and includes Parkview, Westcliff and Houghton. It’s also one of the oldest parts of Johannesburg, and is known for it’s winding roads lined with large, old trees. Promising easy access from the suburb to the M1 and to Jan Smuts Avenue, one of the major arteries from the city through the northern suburbs. The Johannesburg CBD is minutes’ drive from Saxonwold, particularly Braamfontein and the cultural arc, which includes the Constitutional Court, the Civic theatre, the famous Mandela Bridge that takes one into Newtown and the Market theatre and Museum Africa. Saxonwold is definitely an area you want to add to your bucket list.

 

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