Tranquility, neat sidewalks and tree rich manicured gardens reflect the demeanor of the suburb which is that of pride and also speaks of family and community.
The varied architecture will also suite larger market with modern architecture more for the younger generation and executives and the more conventional homes for well-established families.
The fact that Wendywood is part of Sandton does have a positive influence on the general property values due to status, central location in relation to commercial hubs and some industrial hubs and the major roads which offer access to these hubs.
The suburbs surrounding Wendywood all benefit from one another as they all offer something unique and in turn help to attract a larger market to the area directly related to Wendywood.
Property usage is mainly freehold homes and this is beneficial as the suburb is thus almost purely residential suburb and free from a lot of noise pollution. There are however some properties that will serve well as business use properties again due to the prime location of the suburb and the major roads and amenities close to the suburb.
The rental market in the suburb enjoys a high degree of demand and this is the ideal range in which to invest if the rental market is a consideration.
The major commercial hubs close to Wendywood are Rivonia which is access Grayston Drive, Sandton via Rivonia Road and the same for Rosebank.
All the reputable schools synonymous with Sandton are also within easy access such as Crawford College Sandton, Wendywood Primary School and Wendywood High School.
There are malls close to Wendywood that will cater for most needs such as Moring Glen Mall, Kelvin Village Mall, Woodmead Square and Morningside Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Wendywood via the Myroof web-site.