What is Carlswald?
Carlswald is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 2. The area was originally part of a farm owned by Carl Eisenberger.
The suburb is currently designated for small agricultural holdings with approximately 150 plots of land, each approximately 2.2 hectares in size.
Where Is Carlswald In South Africa
Modern Carlswald lies in a valley almost midway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, undoubtedly in a prime part of Johannesburg.
Midrand has fast become a business nucleus large enough to rival Sandton, minus the high rises, although Midrand has more of an industrial feel to it and lacks the glamour of Sandton. Despite this, close to 180 000 commuters wend their way to this part of the world on a daily basis.
Modern townhouses and simplex complexes as well as lifestyle estates have mushroomed here, and for people on business, Carlswald is probably one of the most trouble-free bases from which to access the rest of Johannesburg. The N1 is easily accessible from here, as are Kyalami Main Road, New Road, and Grand Central Airport.
Carlswald is not only about business either. To the north, on a clear day, are sweeping views of the Magaliesberg, a reminder that life is not all work and no play.
The Carlswald Lifestyle shopping center, a new open mall-style complex with a range of restaurants that spill out of doors encouraging outdoor living, has helped place Carlswald on the map and has provided the much-needed local shopping mall for residents.
Is Carlswald a suburb?
Carlswald is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 2.
Does Midrand fall under Pretoria or Johannesburg?
Midrand is a former municipality in central Gauteng, South Africa. It is situated in between Centurion and Sandton and now forms part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.