Perched on the hilly countryside overlooking the valley of Erasmuskloof and parts of Waterkloof make for interesting architecture and this adds to the property value which is more in the middle to higher income groups.
Access routes in most directions highlight the location of the suburb which is one factor in increasing demand for property in the suburb.
The mixed property use in the suburb further increases demand with townhouse complexes being highly sought after firstly for affordability and secondly the convenience of lock-up-and-go lifestyle with the added benefit of security.
Highlights of residing in the suburb is the proximity of prominent schools which are nearby like;
Village Waldorf School
Other infrastructure which further enhances the convenience of the suburb has to be the major roads which are;
Solomon Mahlangu Drive
The Garsfontein Road N1 intersection north and south via Rigel Avenue and Garsfontein Roads
Delmas Road leading to the R21
Boeing Road which leads to the Nelmapius Road R21 on and off ramps and offers access to Irene and Centurion
The suburb has a number of guest houses and lodges which further highlight the attraction to the suburb for various positive reasons.
With all these major roads intersecting close to the suburb it is surprisingly quiet and tranquil and very rarely is there congestion to get in pour out of the suburb.
The commercial hub of Armscor Defense Institute is just over Rigel Avenue to the east which serves as an open commercial hub.
Buy-to-let investment in the sectional title market yields good and stable returns with a constant high demand and rental income derived is typically 1% of the registered bond value.
Take a tour of the properties in Erasmusrand via the Myroof website.