Rooihuiskraal North is part of the greater Centurion. By today’s standards it is an almost monumental task to decide on which address would suite your needs best.
Rooihuiskraal North is a suburb that will satisfy most consumer criteria, if not all.
Taking a drive through the suburb one gets a sense of well-being and a manner of affluence which pegs the suburb somewhere between middle and upper-class. The established manicured gardens and neat sidewalks make the suburb aesthetically appealing.
Rooihuiskraal North has a mixed property usage which means the whole spectrum of age groups is catered for. Apartments and townhouses, cluster homes and freestanding homes cater from single persons, young married couples and established families. This mixed property usage also gives the suburb a wider pricing structure adding to the appeal of the suburb as a residential address.
The age of the suburb is reflected in the timeline of architecture from the classic conventional homes and moving up the rung to the modern contemporary architecture and then the new developments which cater for the younger generation. The large number of new sectional title developments under construction in the suburb is also a good indication that the suburb is a buoyant property market that will continue to yield value on property investments.
Rooihuiskraal North is situated close to the major commercial and industrial hubs in Midrand, Randtjespark, Olifantsfontein, Woodmead, Rivonia, Sandton and Bryanston and in the opposite direction to Centurion and Menlyn. Major roads which connect to these various hubs and which confirm the prime location are direct access to the N1 north and south, the N14, Old Johannesburg Road and Samrand Avenue.
The number of schools which cater for the suburb is staggering with easy access to schools such as Etheos Christian School, Laerskool Rooihuiskraal, Eldoraigne High School and Wierda Independent School.