It is an almost known fact that every suburb in South Africa has its own identity and thus will appeal to a specific person or family and also the location of any of these suburbs.
It should also be kept in mind that suburbs are expanding at almost disproportionate levels due to population growth. Then there are of course municipalities that are requiring higher population density figures in these growing suburbs. These factors contribute to a suburbs ceiling selling value and this is where part of the identity is found. The status of any given suburb is directly linked to this ceiling value.
In the case of Ninapark, North West of Pretoria is categorised as middle to upper-class suburb with a mixed property usage which then consists of freestanding homes, apartments, townhouses and the exclusive lifestyle and security estates. Security estates are currently a major driving factor in suburbs sales values.
It can be safely assumed that homes in estates are prestigious but what about freestanding homes. In Ninapark, these freestanding homes can compete with homes in estates in terms of size and interior fittings and architecture, which further cement the status of the suburb.
This factor does not mean young couples starting with families or single persons are not catered for as the number of townhouse complexes which consist of apartments and townhouses do cater for their household income within a more middle-class income bracket.
The prime location of Ninapark is in relation to the access to commercial and industrial hubs, schools and malls. All of which are indeed within easy access.
Manicured sidewalk, well-maintained homes and landscaped gardens further tell the story of prestige but in some way echoes a sense of pride and community.
Ninapark is well-established which means there are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb such as CVO Magalies School, Laerskool Theresapark, Voortrekker Eufeesskool and Hoerskool Pretoria Noord.
Take a tour of the homes in Ninapark via the Myroof web-site.