Weavind Park is a Pretoria East suburb located just south east of the Pretoria Botanical Gardens.
The suburb is a good mixture of free standing homes and townhouse complexes which means there is a good demand for property in the suburb. This mixture also means the property values cater for a larger income group seeking to invest in homes in the suburb.
Weavind Park is in a prime location for access to amenities, schools and industrial hubs as well as commercial hubs. Routes making this easily accessible are Stanza Bopape Street, the N1 highway and Meiring Naude Drive.
Schools in and in close proximity to Weavind Park are Corner Stone College, Clapham High School and Rietondale Primary School.
Retail hubs which are conveniently close by include Silver Mall Silverton, Lynnwood Bridge and Glenfair Shopping Mall.
For travel to further suburbs, Weavind Park is convenient as the N1 highway offers easy access to suburbs like Lynnwood, Menlyn and Centurion.
The architecture in Weavind Park is reminiscent of the time the suburb was developed with sturdy constructed “railway” houses which have spacious rooms and living areas, and generally the stands are larger than 1000m2.
The benefit of residing or renting in Weavind Park is that the Pretoria CBD is close traveling on Stanza Bopape Street. For this reason the suburb is worth looking into as a buy-to-let suburb which will yield stable income.
Apartments are certainly the first target market for buy-to-let investors as the properties are reasonably priced, and are in constant demand with values ranging from the mid R 500,000 to above the R 600,000 mark, while free standing homes range from the R 800,000 to above R 1,100,000.
Take an armchair tour of the properties in Weavind Park via the MyRoof website.