Lifestyle, security and golf estates are almost the norm in property investment for the well-heeled today. With the advent of estates that incorporate something g unique the attractiveness of estates have become even more diverse.
Clearwater Fly-fishing Estate which is located in the east of Pretoria in one such estate which makes use of the proximity of the Rietvlei Dam and its tributaries as its origin.
As is customary with estates there is the obligatory 24 hour manned access control, the limitations on architecture and size of the homes and in this case the preservation of the natural habitat.
Thus it is in many respects very unique. Other benefits of the estate is the fact that it is in a prime location, surrounded by reputable schools, easy access to major roads and access to commercial and industrial hubs.
The architecture in the estate is modern which is the norm for most estates, and this is one factor in determining property values, demand and growth in property values.
The property usage in the estate comprises freehold homes and apartments which invites the middle-class income group into the lifestyle of an estate and to upgrade to freehold homes within the estate.
The apartments also offer great investment opportunities for investors in the letting market as rental income is determined by the exclusivity of the estate in general and add to that the overall growth in property values makes for the ideal investment prospect.
It is also important to mention that the rental market in the freehold homes also has a high demand which is ideal for reducing the bond at a fraction of the cost to owners.
The major roads which highlight the prime location of the estate are the proximity to the R21 north and south, Delmas road which interconnects north for access to Bronkhorstspruit and Ekandustria, Witbank and Middelburg.
The reputable schools close to the estate are Hoerskool Waterkloof, Laerskool Elardus Park and Laerskool Monument Park.
Take a tour of the homes in Clearwater Fly-fishing Estate via the Myroof website.