Property in the northern regions of Pretoria has a high demand. Suburbs in this region have the industrial hubs as a primary source of sustainability.
One such suburb is Montana Park. A familial warm atmosphere welcomes residents and visitors with neat sidewalks and well-maintained homes.
Montana Park is classified as a middle-class to upper-class suburb with a mixed property usage.
Factors which drive demand for homes in Montana Park are its prime location in relation to industrial hubs, major roads, and access to amenities like schools and malls and commercial hubs.
These are made possible via major roads such as the N1 north and south, Sefako Makgatho Drive connecting to suburbs like Wonderboom and the Pretoria CBD.
Homes in Montana Park have mixed architecture consisting of conventional homes, Tuscan and contemporary designs. The suburb appeals to the younger generation and this is echoed by the great number of schools in the region.
Townhouses add some variety in the market with young start-up families opting to be near to the office. Demand for townhouses in the rental market is high and this present the opportunity for investors to buy into this high demand market with stable growth and yields from rental income.
Median property prices have been on a steadily upward curve which means it is a stable market and with the high demand resale of property fall within the turnaround time of the market in general.
Here is a list of some of the popular schools in and near to Montana Park; Anchor Christian Academy, Hoerskool Montana, Laerskool Wonderboom and Northridge Primary School.
There are malls nearby catering for retail needs and entertainment like Kolonnade Shopping Centre, Zambezi Junction and Montana Value Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Montana Park via the Myroof web-site.