Olievenhoutbosch was established as an RDP suburb in the 90’s. It did not take long however for the demand for homes in the suburb to reach the proportions it has. Current property values are performing equal to those in the greater Centurion which bodes well for property owners in the suburb.
The architecture is a feature of the suburb with modern designs dominating the aesthetics of the suburb with a few RDP homes for good measure.
The ideal location of the suburb should not be overlooked as a residential address with all the roads that connect conveniently to amenities and other suburbs.
Some of the major roads like Summit Road, R55, Samrand Road and the N14 highway which connect suburbs to one another. The suburb could in time link with Diepsloot which means the suburb is in a prime location to reach at least three major towns like Midrand, Fourways/Sandton and Centurion.
Even tough the suburb is reasonably young there are schools to cater for educational needs like, Steve Tswete Secondary School, Olievenhoutbosch Primary School and Seshegong Secondary School.
The suburb boasts a few extensions which bode well for demand and constant stable property growth.
Property values are typically from the mid R500’s to above the R800 mark and higher for more exclusive modern homes.
Being located so close to Olifanstfontein and Midrand at the other end, means travel is much more convenient than many other remote suburbs in Gauteng.
The suburb is surrounded by security and lifestyle estates like Blue Valley Golf Estate, Arundo Estate and Stone Ridge Country Estate means these estates will have a long term positive influence on the property values in Olievenhoutbosch.
There are a good number of malls catering for retail needs of the community like the Olievenhoutbosch Plaza, Forest Hill Shopping Centre and various outlets in Midrand.
Take a tour of the properties on offer in Olievenhoutbosch via the Myroof website.