The sunny tranquil suburb of Moodie Hill in Sandton has a definition as an exclusive suburb which is affirmed by the property values.
Situated in what can be described as the older Sandton means the suburb is well-established and service delivery is consistent which does add more value to the suburb.
Moodie Hill has an architecture that will appeal to a large market with a good mixture of classic conventional, modern and contemporary classic styles.
These architectural styles add in small part to the slightly higher property values, and attract a wider demographic than suburbs conforming to the modern architectural designs.
Property usage consists of freehold homes which generally offer generous space and are aimed at family living and entertainment then there is cluster homes offering the younger executive generation the opportunity to step into the higher end of the property market and then finally the sectional title market with townhouses and apartments which will suit single persons and the investors in the rental market.
Moodie Hill has many benefits on offer for residents and one of them is its prime location as the suburb intersects many of the major roads leading to commercial hubs in Rivonia, Sandton, Hyde Park, Rosebank and Melrose.
The list of access roads is endless and destinations equally endless, here is a list of some of the major roads; Ballyclare Drive, easy access to William Nicol Drive which brings Bryanston’s commercial hub conveniently close and a connecting road to Peter Place which leads to Randburg.
The other benefit Moodie Hill enjoys is the number of reputable schools nearby such as St Stithians College, Bryanston High School, Sandown High School and Crawford College Sandton.
Residents to Moodie Hill are spoilt with the number of exclusive malls servicing the suburb with retail needs such as Coachman’s Crossing, Bryanston hopping Centre, Nicolway Bryanston and Hobart Grove.
Take a tour of the homes in Moodie Hill, Sandton via the Myroof web-site.