Waterkloof and its extensions have been highly sought after suburbs for as longs as their inception as Pretoria expanded.
This measure of demand has been driving property values to the point where suburbs like Waterkloof Heights have become middle to upper-class suburbs. In many respects Waterkloof is still a growing suburb which is evident in the number of vacant stands still in the market.
Townhouses in Waterkloof Heights is one good way of entering the suburbs competitive market which are still reasonably high priced but this reflects the exclusive status of the suburb.
The architecture in the suburb is mixed with conventional and modern which attracts young and more well-established families. Homes and stands are generally large which is ideal for outdoor entertainment in the idyllic summer weather of the Highveld and Pretoria.
Waterkloof Heights and its neighbors display a well-maintained infrastructure which spills down to home owners reflected in the manicured gardens and homes.
The suburb is in a prime location in relation to other suburbs, access to commercial hubs, major roads, schools and universities which is yet another factor increasing demand for homes in the suburb.
Because Waterkloof Heights is situated on undulating hills means some of the homes have spectacular designs and make full use of views over Pretoria. For developers or intended home owners the vacant stands could be an advantageous factor to develop that dream home on. And with infrastructure like street lights which are in place it is certainly another reason to consider the vacant stands for that special home.
Access to the N1 Freeway is a benefit to residents to reach either Midrand, Centurion to the south or the Northern suburbs like Lynnwood, Menlyn or further afield further highlighting the ideal location of the suburb.
There are a large number of reputable schools for residents to choose form such as Hoerskool Waterkloof, Hatfield Christian School and Pro Arte Alphen Park.
There are also malls for the shopaholics close to Waterkloof Heights such as Menlyn Park Shopping Centre and Brooklyn Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Waterkloof Heights via the Myroof web-site.