North of Sandton, property in the walled estate of Fourways Gardens is highly sought-after and houses for sale don’t stay on the market very long. Historically, this was the first walled estate in the area when development began 30 years ago. Today, the estate is divided into 2 sections, with approximately 939 stands, a 37-unit cluster development and a 28-unit townhouse development. Care has been taken to ensure that property in Fourways Gardens is harmonious with nature and a good balance of amenities enrich residents’ lifestyles without spoiling the untouched beauty of the area.

Enjoy the clubhouse, which provides a delicious menu and specials for residents and guests, or pack a picnic for a day under the gazebos along the estate’s dam or enjoy the view from the hide overlooking the nature reserve and watering hole. Property for sale in Fourways Gardens represents more of a lifestyle than simply a place to call home. Enjoy long jogs though kilometres of canopy covered roads or teaching your kids to ride their bikes safe in the knowledge that you’re living in a safe and secure community.

Fourways Gardens prides itself on efficient and effective security, with access control points manned around the clock. Visitors are pre-cleared as the security control room acts as the central brain –electronically monitoring the perimeter electric fence, house alarms and security personnel check-ins. Buying property for sale in Fourways Gardens will put you central to three major financial hubs, Johannesburg, Sandton and Pretoria, making commuting a breeze. Enjoy the higher standard of living afforded by property for sale in Fourways Gardens, with an attractive variety of houses available.

Explore Fourways Gardens

Culture and heritage

Culture and heritage

Enjoy a show at the Pieter Torien Theatre, housed in Montecasino, or take in some contemporary outdoor art at the Nirox Foundation Sculpture Park. Maropeng is the official visitor’s centre at the Cradle of Humankind, and features installations about early man and ancient culture. 



The estate features many dams, parks and trails all safely tucked away inside while it is also surrounded by sprawling nature reserves and exciting safaris. The Rietfontein and Lone Hill Nature Reserves present idyllic hikes while further away the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve and Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site are worth the longer drive.



Sandton is an entertainment and tourism hub, with much to see and do including the Montecasino which hosts many revue shows and family-friendly activities. Enjoy a show at Theatre on the Square or Market Theatre which sees international performances from award-winning productions. Further away is Gold Reef City, which is a theme park promising something new to discover with every visit.



Fourways is a popular nightlife option with many luxurious clubs suited to any pace. Sip cocktails, lose inhibitions and be seen at one of its many clubs – there is never a dull moment. If you’re looking for a more refined night out, there are many cuisine restaurants in the upmarket area.

Living in Fourways Gardens

Areas near to Fourways Gardens

Douglasdale, Fernbrook Estate, Lonehill, Monaghan Farm, North Riding, Sunninghill,


Dainfern College, Unity College, Beaulieu College and the British International College are just a few of the many options for primary and secondary education in the area. The University of Witwatersrand and UNISA are 2 of the many universities, technikons and campuses that can be found nearby.


In the immediate area, Fourways Crossing Mall presents supermarkets and shops that will fulfil your every need. Sandton City is one of the biggest shopping centres in the Southern Hemisphere and is a short drive away.


The Olivedale Private Clinic, Life Hospital and Fourways Hospital are just the closest in a wide range of healthcare facilities in the area. These facilities include many general and specialised treatments, with highly-professional staff and state-of-the-art equipment.


Lanseria International Airport is an easy 20-minute drive away while O.R. Tambo International Airport is, on average, a 35-minute drive. The Gautrain is Africa’s first rapid rail transportation system that comprehensively covers the greater region including direct travel to the above mentioned airports.

For example Camps Bay or Mauritius