Midrand is bursting at its seams with demand for residential homes. This has spurred developers into a high gear. Noordwyk is a suburb of Midrand which is a bit of juxtaposition as it is both established and developing.
The mixed property usage attracts the whole income platform within the middle to prestigious segment. The property usage consists of freestanding homes, townhouses, apartments and cluster homes.
The large scale development of vacant land has washed over to the general property values in a positive growth making it a highly buoyant property market with demand outstripping supply.
The architecture is another of its appealing attributes with a good mixture of conventional to the current ultra-modern modular homes which the market demands. The newer developments are spectacular even by sectional title standards in architecture, craftsmanship and the exquisite interior fittings and accessories which make for a highly prestigious market.
The trend towards prestigious townhouse developments is setting new standards with buyers with top properties selling way above the R 2.7 million mark. This is for the well-heeled young executives that do not want to be stuck in traffic or worry about security when going on business trips abroad.
The other benefit for those executives that have to travel to commercial hubs in Rivonia, Sandton and Bryanston can make use of the ultra-fast Gautrain which will also drop one off right at the OR Tambo airport or Hatfield in Pretoria or Centurion.
Of course, this is a residential suburb which means there are families with toddlers and school attending children, for these families there are a number of educational institutions to access such as Summerhill International School, Sagewood School, Midrand Montessori, Noordwyk and Midrand Afrikaanse Akademie.
This suburb would not function as well as it does without quick access to exclusive malls of which The Mall of Africa, Southdown Shopping Centre and Boulders Shopping Centre to mention a few.