Noordwyk in Midrand is a high-density residential suburb with scores of new estates that were constructed with the inception of the Gautrain Railway system. The target market was broad with mostly young professionals investing in the suburb as the estates offer a carefree lock-up and go lifestyle and of course access to the Gautrain terminal in Midrand means one is within easy access of entertainment retail malls, schools, industrial and commercial nodes within Midrand, Centurion and Sandton.
Leopard Rock Apartment Estate offers residents a high level of 24-hour security with added high perimeter walls and a guard post controlling entry to the complex.
The face brick exterior finish of the apartments does cut down on maintenance thus reducing the monthly levies by some margin. The communal grounds are well-maintained with loads of grass and paved pedestrian walkways.
The interior of the apartments are well-appointed and the craftsmanship is excellent which all means the sales values currently achieved reflect the true market value and of course the high degree of demand which will also never dwindle because of the prime location of the estate.
Apartments consist of three levels but this does not come across as crowded living simply wise use of limited space.
The individual units also consist of one, two or three-bedroom units so the entire market is catered for.
A body corporate is established and a managing agent to run the estate as it is meant to be given the fact that property is the single biggest investment one makes in life and one would expect your investment to be managed to the optimum to maintain and increase in value and this can only be achieved when the body corporate and managing agent work together to utilize levies correctly.