The greater Centurion has been increasing in popularity over the last few years. This is in part due to the generally good location of the town in relation to commercial and industrial hubs as far afield as Sandton, Rivonia and Midrand.
Through demand for property in the greater Centurion suburbs like Wierda Glen came into being. Needless to say all these suburbs have a strong degree of demand which bodes well for general property values.
Wierda Glen is a relatively new suburb but by the same token well-established with all the important infrastructure established like schools, malls and nearby commercial and industrial hubs which makes it the ideal suburb in many respects.
The mixed property usage of the suburb which consists of freehold homes, apartments, townhouses and clusters means a large income group is catered for and the added benefit is the fact that Wierda Glen is a middle-class suburb. This market segment is generally where most of the movement occurs making it the ideal long term property investment.
This also translates to a high demand for rental property in the suburb with good rental income.
The architecture is the suburb can be described as conventional and more modern catering for a broad spectrum of fashion and taste.
The major roads connecting the suburb like Rooihuiskraal Road, and Rooihuiskraal Road intersecting with the N14 and Pretoria Main Road does highlight the prime location of the suburb with most of these major roads linking to Midrand, the East of Pretoria, and Pretoria West, Sandton and Lanseria.
Being a well-established suburb means there are a number of reputable schools servicing the suburb such as Laerskool Rooihuiskraal, Sutherland High School, Laerskool Wierda Park and Hoerskool Eldoraigne.
As the suburb expands the need for retail outlet has increased to further add to the convenience of residing in the suburb. Here is a short list of malls close to Wierda Park, The Mall @ Reds, Centurion Lifestyle Centre and Blu Valley Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Wierda Glen via the Myroof web-site.