Kosmos is a suburb of the North West municipality.
One of the main features of the suburb is the Krokodilrivier and the Magaliesrivier that merge before the suburb which is a major factor in driving property values and demand to put the suburb in the middle- to upper-class income brackets. Properties are exclusive as many of them offer a view over the dam and surrounding country side which is the perfect bushveld and tranquil setting.
Property values range from the mid R1.2 mil mark to way above the R3 mil mark and most of the homes are spacious adding to the exclusivity.
Kosmos may be seen as a remote location but the well-heeled that choose to live here do for reasons like the exclusivity and the distance from the bustle of major city centers and travel daily to various commercial hubs on the roads which make travel convenient.
The suburb itself is surrounded by lifestyle, nature and golf estates which mean the suburb is competing for the same market segment which further increases the demand for property in the suburb.
The property use is not limited to freehold homes which opens the market to middle-income groups starting off with families and this means there are sectional townhouses and cluster homes too.
Of course the important services like schools, roads and retail malls are close by. Here is a short list of some of the schools near to the suburb which are Brits Thornhill Primary School, Hartebeespoort High School, Laerskool Olienpark and Mountain Cambridge School.
Major roads connecting the suburb to other towns are the R511 highway and the N4 freeway which means the suburb is not as remote as maps may imply.
Myroof has a web page brimming with properties across South Africa. Take a finger tour of Myroof to find your new dream home.