There are a great number of smaller suburbs such as Willowild.
The suburb is surrounded by other upmarket suburbs which are all in a symbiotic relationship with buyers looking in all the perspective suburbs for similar properties thus increasing exposure and then in turn demand for homes in the various suburbs.
Property values in Willowild compare to those in Hurlingham and Parkmore which puts the suburb within the more exclusive status and income group. The architecture and property usage is also the same as surrounding suburbs which consists of modern, conventional and classic styles. The tree lined streets of Willowild are inviting and speak of a sense of wellness and there is a great presence of tranquility to the suburb
These are all contributing factors to both demand and stability in growth rates of property values.
The suburb is very well-established which is most notable by the exquisitely well-maintained and manicured gardens and the dense tree lined streets. Homes are equally well-maintained speaking of pride and a sense of value.
The other important factor in determining the demand of any suburb is the location which will also drive property values. Willowild is within the confines of these criteria in a prime location.
All the major commercial hubs like Sandton CBD, Rosebank, Rivonia and Melrose are within easy access along the major roads with the minimum effort. These major roads include a short drive to William Nicol, Republic Road to Jan Smuts Avenue and the further benefit to the suburb also being the easy access to the N3 Western Bypass connecting to Midrand with its major commercial and industrial hub.
There are of course the important infrastructures in place like schools which help promote the suburb as the residential suburb. Here is a list of some of the reputable schools; St Stithians College, IR Griffith Primary School and Randburg High School.
There are a number of well-known malls close to Willowild such as Sandton City Mall, Hyde Park Corner and Bryanston Shopping Centre.
Take a tour of the homes in Willowild via the Myroof web-site.