Property surrounding the Hartebeespoort Dam has become prime property in recent years due to its proximity to the dam, which creates a sense of outdoor living and community.
Pecanwood Golf Estate is one of many estates around the Hartebeespoort Dam which have become popular due to the exclusivity, security and modern architecture along with the beauty of nature on the doorstep.
The mixed property use in the estate comprises freehold homes and clusters all within the upper-class income group. There are a few vacant stands left in the estate which is surprising given the high degree of demand the estate commands in the region at reasonable pricing.
The rental market in estates yield strong returns and are favored by foreign contract workers across South Africa and Pecanwood is no exception and again due to its setting will find favor with foreign executives working in Sandton or Pretoria.
For many well-heeled investors the estate is the ideal weekend getaway that offers the ultimate in exclusivity.
For permanent residents the estate has all the important amenities like schools, malls and entertainment on the doorstep.
The main access roads connect to Pretoria via the N4 freeway and the R511 to towns like Sandton, Rosebank and Bryanston which means the seemingly remote location has more benefits than negative drawbacks like distance. The other benefit of residing in the region as a whole is the fact that traffic during peak hours flows in one direction at both times of the day therefor there is no congestion from and to the estate.
There are a number of exclusive schools near to Pecanwood which were established by the various estates to cater for educational requirements to the developing region.
Here is a short list of some of the popular and exclusive schools such as Pecanwood College, Doxa Deo School Hartebeespoort and Hartebeespoort High School.
Of course retail needs had to be catered for with malls in the region like Village Mall and Chameleon Village.
Take a tour of the property on offer in Pecanwood Golf Estate via the Myroof web-site.