Nestled between the Akasia Country Club and De Onderstepoort Private Nature Reserve, lays the suburb of Hestiapark.
The suburb is the advantageous position of having a very diverse property usage which consists of freestanding homes, commercial property and a large selection of sectional title properties. This means the whole sector is catered for in the suburb. The mixed property use also means a varying architecture and sizes of homes inviting single people, young start-up families and established families to the suburb along with the commercial sector.
The suburb is still being developed as is visible with the number of sectional title complex under construction which is a good indication that there is a demand for property in the suburb with a high degree. This also almost ensures a stable growth in property values.
The well-maintained streets and sidewalks may indicate that the utility services to the suburb are running smoothly and pride of residents in the suburb, is echoed with the neat sidewalks and manicured private gardens.
The other benefits to the suburb is of course the prime location in relation to commercial hubs, industrial hubs, malls and schools with easy access to four major roads namely the N4 West and East, the R566 and the R513 and Daan de Wet Drive.
Rosslyn is the major industrial hub which brings sustainable income to many households in Hestiapark and then Brits with its large industrial area is only a few minutes’ drive away.
The suburbs surrounding Hestiapark all contribute to expose for one another thus attracting more attention to the various properties in the market.
There are a number of well-established and reputable schools servicing the suburb such as CVO Magalies School, Laerskool Akasia, Hoerskool Pretoria Noord and Assumption Convent Primary School.
The malls which service the retail and entertainment needs to the suburb are Northpark Mall, Kolonnade Shopping Centre, Wonderpark and Wonderboom Junction.
Take a tour of the various homes in Hestiapark via the Myroof web-site.