The Garden Route traverses a fair part of Western Cape and to be exact 300km of some of the most spectacular breath taking landscape there is. But many will agree the epitome of the Garden Route has to be the region from George to Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.
The region is a playground for local tourists, pensioners and international tourists, with the latter generally ending up investing in the property market in Knysna and George because of the unspoilt nature and laid back lifestyle and then of course, the properties.
These are all factors which contribute to the strength of the property market in George and Knysna. George is the largest and main administrative centre on the Garden Route and this impact on the suburbs and property values of George.
The middle-class suburb of Loerie Park is one such suburb which is also to some degree a prestigious suburb. The fact that there is still vacant land in the suburb is an indication that the suburb is far from reaching it saturation point. This in turn plays a role in increasing demand and increasing property values.
The suburb is tranquil and has a familial atmosphere which will appeal to young and old. A mixed architecture will attract a lot more interest as this factor caters for the entire market.
Loerie Park is in the advantageous position to draw on the resources of other established suburbs for infrastructure and amenities like schools and malls.
There may be a perception that the region does not have a hand in the industrial manufacturing sector but there is a fair contribution from the greater George to the economy. This of course means that location is important to some extent.
Schools catering for educational requirements of the suburb are Outeniqua High School, York High School and Glenwood House School.
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