Accommodation in Lonehill, Johannesburg
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It does not take a genius to work out that Lonehill, which lies just north of Witkoppen Road with excellent access to William Nicol Drive and the N1, must have been named after a solitary hill in the vicinity. Apart from the fact that this is one of the newer suburbs in the city, set as it is on the outskirts of Bryanston and inundated by yuppies during the 1990s, not many Jo'burgers know that Lonehill is home to a nature reserve - a sliver of nature in the midst of the concrete jungle.
The solitary Lonehill koppie is one of very few hills in this part of Johannesburg, 28 kilometres from the city centre. Solitary it might stand, but it is a very pretty koppi... [continued]