To define Heatherdale as a specific income group suburb would be a huge ask. The property usage which consists of freestanding homes, townhouses, apartments and cluster homes is so varied that the whole market from low to middle income and all the way up to the prestigious end of the market is catered for. This is also echoed in the diverse architecture which tens mostly towards the modern end of the spectrum.
The suburb has an air of community and pride which is echoed in the pristine state of the sidewalks and manicured private gardens and the general state of the homes.
The location of Heatherdale is a relative factor as the suburb has easy access to major commercial and industrial hubs, schools and malls with the many roads that connect the suburb.
Demand for property in Heatherdale is directly visible in the number of new townhouse developments which are all compliant to the current architectural trends in the market. The effect of this is a norm that property values are influenced in a very positive manor thus becoming beneficial for the whole income spectrum to the suburb. This also means the largest growing segment in the property market namely fist-time buyers consisting of the singles, just married and couples starting a family, are catered for within a large income spectrum.
The suburb is also dotted with exclusive guest houses which add a diversity of commercial use of property in the suburb.
There are also a number of reputable schools servicing the region such as Hoerskool Pretoria Noord, Queensood Christian School, Hillview High Schools, Hoerskool Wonderboom and Laerskool Rachel de Beer.
The residents in Heatherdale are spoilt for choice with all the exclusive malls in the region such as Kolonnade Shopping Centre, Wonderpark Shopping Centre, Madelief Shopping Centre and Wonderboom Junction.
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