For over 20 years Pam Golding Properties has been selling property in Durban - including the Berea, Morningside, Glenwood and the beachfront. We’ve seen the area not only retain its unique character and appeal, but come into its own as an extremely sought after, ‘green’ residential area. 

The Berea, which incorporates Morningside, really has it all, and something to cater for all home buyers – from grand mansions and spacious family residences with beautiful gardens to low maintenance apartments and affordable bachelor pads.

The key to the ongoing demand for homes in the Berea area is its ideal location in close proximity to the city of Durban as well as major access routes to the north, south and west. It’s rare to find an attractive residential area which has all these attributes and more – close to good schools and the university, technikons, appealing shopping centres, an abundance of good restaurants and leisure activities, parks, hospitals and medical facilities and every amenity required. 

The Berea successfully blends the past with the future in terms of architectural design of homes, it’s matured into an area with its own identity, with successful, vibrant nodes, both business and social, catering for people of all ages, from the younger to an older generation, many of whom have remained in the area most of their lives. Others, including professionals and singles, continue to relocate here for the convenient location and lifestyle, where you can have a business meeting at a street coffee shop or offices, meet up with friends or colleagues after work at a pub or restaurant, or jog through the treed avenues, then return home – all within a short radius.

Explore Berea

Nightlife and entertainment

Nightlife and entertainment

Florida Road is an exciting eclectic mix of restaurants, night clubs, and boutique hotels offering something for everyone. Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World provides world-class casino action along with a plethora of additional entertainment, leisure and business opportunities. Enjoy a dinner cabaret or visit one of Durban's theatres to watch a play, while the nightlife ranges from trendy clubs to pubs.

Family activities

Family activities

U-Shaka is unrivalled as one of Durban’s key attraction venues for for the whole family, offering Wet ‘n Wild water park; Sea World, shark dives and ray feeds; The Village Walk, a unique outdoor shopping experience; and of course there is uShaka Kids Worlds.

Outdoor fun

Outdoor fun

Botanical Gardens boasts some of the most extensive and oldest collection of cycads in the country.  Take a walk around Mitchells Park which has a small selection of birds and reptiles to view. Moses Mabhida Stadium offers the public other attractions including the SkyCar, Adventure Walk, Stadium Tours and the Big Swing.

Sport and recreation

Sport and recreation

Hire bicycles, go karts and go for a ride along Durban’s beachfront. There is a Park Run every Saturday morning at North Beach at 8am. It is a weekly, free timed run.

Living in Berea

Areas near to Berea

Amanzimtoti, Ballito, Durban, Durban North, Hibberdene, Kokstad, La Lucia, Margate, Montclair, Mount Edgecombe, Newcastle, Pinetown, Port Edward, Port Shepstone, Richards Bay, Scottburgh and Pennington, The Midlands, Umdloti, uMhlanga, Umtentweni, Underberg, Upper Highway, Westville,


There are renowned schools such as Maris Stella, Clifton and Durban High School for Berea residents to consider as schooling options.


Entabeni Hospital, part of Life Healthcare and Parklands Hospital, part of the Netcare group, are both situated in the Berea area.


Overport Shopping Centre, renamed The Atrium at Overport, recently underwent a R100 Million refurbishment  and Windemere Centre are both located in the vicinity of Berea and offers shoppers the usual popular chain stores as well as a food court.


The N3 and M13, N2 and M4 road networks  are within easy access from the Berea.  King Shaka International airport is a 20 minute drive via the N3 or M4.

Berea Property Market

Property prices on the Berea start from around R400 000 to an average of R2 million to R3 million, and achieve higher prices in prime locations such as Eastbourne and Mentone Roads where top end homes are priced between R6 million and R19 million. 

Essenwood (Stephen Dlamini) and Musgrave Roads remain extremely popular with their close proximity to Musgrave Centre, which has undergone a R160 million makeover, restoring it to its former glory. Apartment buildings such as 206 Musgrave Road, Branksome Towers, Hertford House and 741 Musgrave Road are very sought after, with apartments seldom coming onto the open market. 

Durban itself has benefited from the transformation of the beaches and the new promenades which have become globally renowned. KZN Tourism is promoting Durban and its coastline extensively, which has had the positive spin-off of a boost in security and cleanliness along the beachfront, creating an ambience which is desirable to the investment market.

Pam Golding Properties are proud to present a magnificent example of Cape Dutch architecture. Situated in Wallace Rd, prime Morningside, close to top schools & amenities, this home has everything to offer the discerning buyer. The traditional exterior with sash windows & gables belies the contemporary & sometimes quirky finishes inside. The home has been beautifully restored with spacious bedrooms, open plan living in the informal areas as well as a formal lounge and TV lounge. Reception rooms lead out onto generous verandahs surrounding the secluded pool area, creating tranquil areas for relaxation. Two full flats are an added feature. Plenty of drive in access and state of the art security combine to make this a very attractive buy.

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