Craigavon like many of its neighbors is a sought after suburb for various factors like its prime location offering easy access to amenities like schools malls, industrial and commercial hubs. Other factors to keep in mind are the high degree of demand for homes in the suburb which speaks of a stable market.
The property usage in the suburb is another advantageous factor in driving demand as there are townhouses, apartments, cluster homes and exclusive freehold homes thus a large income spectrum from middle to upper-class will find the ideally suited home in the suburb.
The architecture is aesthetically pleasing with a mixture of classic, modern and more conventional adding to a more varied pricing structure in the suburb. The aesthetically pleasing street lined streets are inviting single people, young married couple and larger families and this is echoed in the manicured gardens and lends to a sense of family and wellness.
Flanked by the Norscot Koppies, Cedar Lakes and Witkoppen means perspective buyers in those suburbs are also exposed to Craigavon further increasing market share which increases the stability of the suburbs property values.
The prime location of the suburb is highlighted by the major roads like Cedar Road, Witkoppen Road and William Nicol Drive which connect to commercial and industrial hubs like Sandton, Bryanston, Rivonia and industrial hubs in Kya Sands, Lanseria and a bit further Krugersdorp.
Access to the Ni 1 Western Bypass is equally close which means Midrand, Buccleuch, Marlboro and Centurion are less than 30 minutes’ drive away.
Residents need not look too far for reputable and well-established schools as there are more than enough to choose from such as Cairncross College, Fourways High School, Brescia House and Unity College.
There are more than enough malls catering for retail needs like, Fourways Crossing, Fourways Mall, Cedar Square and The Leaping Frog Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Craigavon AH via the Myroof web-site.