The western region of Pretoria has grown in popularity over the last few years due to the decline in the economy. The knock on effect was that household expenditure had to be drastically curtailed and this has put suburbs like Centurion is the cross-hairs of people that travel to commercial hubs or industrial hubs for work.
The other effect this has had was that some suburbs received more attention and thus have earned a status in the market place.
Eldo Park is one such suburb that has filled the reputation of exclusives status as reflect red in the property values which fall within the middle to upper-class income groups.
Property usage consists mainly of freehold homes which are large and the status of the suburb is echoed in the sculpted and manicured gardens of the exclusive homes.
The mostly modern architecture of the suburb is fresh and vibey which attracts a mostly young demographic and executives that opt to travel that bit further to reach their employment destinations.
The now prime location of the suburb comes to the fore when one considers the expanse and growth of the region in general which offers easy access to commercial and industrial hubs in Midrand Sunderland Ridge, Pretoria West and Lanseria as good examples which are accessed via roads like Old Pretoria Road, the N14 Highway, Ruimte Road and access to the R24/R21 interchange which also connects to industrial hubs in Isando and Germiston.
Adjacent to the suburb there are two schools namely Hoerskool Eldoraigne and Sutherland High School and slightly further are Eldoraigne High School and Laerskool Wierdapark.
There are also a number of popular malls servicing the suburb such as Eldo Square, Mall @ Reds Shopping Mall and Eldoraigne Village Shopping Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Eldo Park via the Myroof web-site.