Having these details in hand it is fair to assume that the suburb of Solridge carries status. This is confirmed by the property values which puts the suburb in the upmarket category and part of the exclusive status comes from the prime location, a well-established suburb and a high degree of demand.
The street appeal is the first thing you notice about the suburb as the streets are tree lined and that is followed by the landscaped gardens and well-proportioned contemporary architectural homes. There are a number of classic homes with functionality in mind adding to the diverse income and age group attracted to the suburb within the exclusive segment.
A mixed property usage which consists of freehold homes, townhouses, cluster homes and apartments means the marketability of the suburb is increased and thus increases demand ensuring stable growth of property values.
Being in the heart of the northern region of the commercial sector is of major benefit to residents in Solridge as travel times are considerably reduced to commercial hubs in Bryanston, Rivonia, Sandton, Buccleuch and Marlboro.
The close proximity to William Nicol Drive also means that access to industrial and commercial hubs in Midrand is convenient.
Infrastructure like waste disposal and road maintenance are usually a good benchmark of the state of a suburb and Solridge has a good track record where this is concerned further highlighting the many beneficial aspects of owning a property in the suburb.
Other important services that are crucial to a suburb are access to educational institutions and Solridge has the benefit of renowned institutions on the doorstep such as St Stithians College, Bryanston High School and Knights College.
There are some exclusive malls close to Solridge such as Nicolway Bryanston, Grosvenor Crossing and Bryanston Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Solridge via the Myroof website.