The fastest developed region on the East Rand could be the Greenstone development which was the central marketing point for the rest of the region and its success in the property market. The spinoff from Greenstone which was originally vacant land belonging to AECI made way for a vast number of individual estates.
Due to the demand for estates within suburbs Thornhill Estate capitalized on this demand and has seen the rewards of this venture in the stable growth in property values and further increasing demand for homes in the estate.
The prime location of the estate, the exclusive status and stable growth in property values makes the estate the deal long term investment prospect and more so within the rental market as the estate is close to both commercial and industrial hubs or offer easy access to these crucial hubs further increasing demand for homes in the estate.
Other benefits that are more specific to the estate are the close proximity to the OR Tambo International airport on the R21 which is ideal for executives that travel within local and international borders.
As is the norm with new security and lifestyle estates there is a limit to architectural style and the minimum footprint permissible for the homes. This adds to the general exclusivity of individual estates and this is no different for Thornhill Estate.
Commercial hubs in Bedfordview, Fourways, Bryanston, Buccleuch, Marlboro and Rivonia are all within easy access and not to forget the number of commercial companies that have taken up residence in Longmeadow Business Estate within the borders of Modderfontein.
The region is well-established which means all the important amenities are in place with the benefit of more modern architectural malls.
Here is a list of some of the popular schools servicing the region; Eastleigh primary School, Edenvale High School and Dowerglen High School.
There are more than enough malls for the shopaholics such as Greenstone Mall, Greenstone Valley Shopping Centre and Stoneridge Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Thornhill Estate via the Myroof web-site.