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Buccleuch is the undiscovered jewel of Sandton, located midway between the N1 and the N3 (when travelling from Durban and Johannesburg International Airport).
Buccleuch has its own off ramp to the highway, and at the Buccleuch interchange the M1, N1 and N3 highways meet making for quick and easy access to the Sandton Central Business District which is of course, ideal for business tourists to Sandton.
The suburb is an old and well established one with leafy green tree-lined streets, that has grown in recent years due to new development. Buccleuch is located alongside the Jukskei River, bordered in the East by the Modderfontein River. Between the two rivers is the older part of Buccleuch. The newer parts of Buccleuch have been developed with security in mind and are mostly secure townhouse complexes.
Buccleuch boasts its own shopping mall and alongside the Old Pretoria Road is the Buccleuch Driving Range. The suburb is within easy driving distance of Johannesburg’s International Airport making it an ideal tourist stop-over suburb.
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Featured Attractions in (or near) Buccleuch
The Gautrain is an 80 kilometre mass rapid transit railway system, which is a long-winded way of saying that Johannesburg constructed a (really) fast train that cuts out all of the traffic to and from the airport, just in time for the Soccer World Cup of 2010. Its presence is estimated to cut 20% of the ... more information
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The country club Johannesburg is one of Africa's finest golfing facilities, with two championship courses on a large piece of ground in the plush northern suburbs. The Woodmead Course opened in 1968 and Woodlands in 1992 and both are splendid 18 hole layouts with opinion... more information