Accommodation in Melrose, Sandton
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From originally being just a small residential and mainly commercial area, Melrose has expanded into an up-market suburb with an expanding commercial sector. The streets are lined with many international branded motor car dealerships. Until the early 2000s, Melrose had many fine traditional houses, which are rapidly giving way to cluster house complexes.
The streets here are tree lined and beautiful allowing for superb coffee shops to set up tables under the trees. World class restaurants and coffee shops fill the air with enticing aromas. Take a stroll down these beautiful streets and wi... [continued]