Lynnwood Glen

Place in Gauteng, South Africa
25°46′26″S 28°16′54″E / 25.77389°S 28.28167°E / -25.77389; 28.28167Coordinates: 25°46′26″S 28°16′54″E / 25.77389°S 28.28167°E / -25.77389; 28.28167CountrySouth AfricaProvinceGautengMunicipalityCity of TshwaneMain PlacePretoriaArea • Total2.78 km2 (1.07 sq mi)Population
 • Total4,123 • Density1,500/km2 (3,800/sq mi)Racial makeup (2011) • Black African20.7% • Coloured1.3% • Indian/Asian2.2% • White73.0% • Other2.8%First languages (2011) • Afrikaans50.2% • English31.7% • Zulu Sotho2.1% • Tswana2.7% • Other13.4%Time zoneUTC+2 (SAST)Postal code (street)

Lynnwood Glen is a suburb of the city of Pretoria, South Africa. It is a well-developed area, lying to the east of the city centre.

When it was first established in 1967, it was the most eastern suburb of Pretoria, but the city has since considerably expanded eastwards and southwards.

Together with Brooklyn and Menlo Park, it was most likely named after American counterparts. Today these suburbs are known as the old east and boast to have some of the city's most high-end residential properties. The St. Alban's College, a prestige boarding and day school for boys, is located in the centre of the suburb.

St. Alban's College situated in Lynnwood Glen with its cricket fields in the foreground. This private boys' school was founded in 1963 with 37 learners and 3 masters ― by 2019 it boasted some 590 learners and 60 teachers.[2]


  1. ^ a b c d "Sub Place Lynnwood Glen". Census 2011.
  2. ^ Welcome to St. Alban's College: Head's Welcome, Shane Kidwell, 2019
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