Pinetown and its suburbs are typified by an undulating countryside which translates to some breathtaking views and architecture.
Kloof is a middle to upper-class suburb with a mixed property use which comprises apartments, townhouses and freehold homes, some of which are palatial in size. There are a number of vacant stands in the suburb which should attract those in the market wanting to build that exclusive home.
The suburb commands a high degree of demand which is in part due to the exclusivity of homes in the suburb and the other is the location of the suburb. The architecture of the homes is varied which is the other driving factor in property values which are modern and conventional.
That important factor that should not be overlooked is the rental market in the suburb within the sectional title market that is performing well which is generally the norm for suburbs close to the important amenities like schools, malls industrial and commercial hubs and the distances to the amenities.
The suburb is only 20 minutes’ drive to the Durban CBD which means there is no real need to relocate to Durban itself to be close to major centers.
The industrial hubs of New Germany and Pinetown are conveniently close which is a cost saving in travel expenses.
The great number of B&B’s and guest houses in the suburb is an indication that the region is an ideal tourist haven which offers income potential in the commercial property sector.
The popular schools in the suburb are St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls, Kloof High School and Gillitts Primary School.
Of malls there are more than enough like the Kloof Village Mall, Delcairn Centre and Pine Crest Centre.
Major roads that highlight the prime location of the suburb are King Cetshwayo Highway, The N3 Highway and the M1 Freeway via Mariann Hill.
Take a tour of the various homes in Kloof via the Myroof web-site.