Roodepoort and it many suburbs were established around mining which was the primary reason for the greater Johannesburg’s existence.
Today the suburbs are well-established and all enjoy their fair share of demand in the market place. One such suburb is Honeydew Ridge.
A middle-class suburb which is sought after for various factors such as stable growth in property values, a strong rental market, its prime location with easy access to amenities such as schools, malls, industrial and commercial hubs via the many major roads connecting to other suburbs and the amenities are just some of the benefits to residing in Honeydew Ridge.
The architecture in the suburb is a mixture of conventional and modern which reflects the mixed demographics of the suburb making it an ideal suburb for single people, young and established families and pensioners.
The property usage of the suburb is another factor contributing to the demand for property in the suburb which consists of freehold homes, townhouses, apartments and clusters.
The rental market within the townhouse and apartment sector yields good returns which makes it the ideal investors’ suburb.
Within the greater Roodepoort municipality suburbs like Honeydew Ridge, Weltevreden Park and Strubens Valley means the visibility of the suburb is increased as an option for buyers.
Major roads which highlight the ideal location of the suburb are roads which offer access to the amenities are roads such as Paul Kruger Avenue which offers access to Christiaan De Wet Road, John Vorster Drive which offers access to Beyers Naude Drive and then to the N1Western Bypass and this connects to suburbs such as Bryanston, Fourways, Sandton and Lanseria with its light engineering hub.
There are a number of popular and reputable schools servicing the region and Honeydew Ridge such as Allen Glen High School, Radley Private School, and Curro Aurora Independent School.
There is a variety of malls close to Honeydew Ridge such as Clearwater Mall, Bidvest Cresta Shopping Mall and Hillfox Value Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Honeydew Ridge via the Myroof web-site.