The suburb of Wolmer is located in the Pretoria North municipal district. Akasia tree lined streets, manicured gardens and neat sidewalks bring a familial atmosphere to this well-established and sought after suburb.
One should not be surprised by the fact that the median property value has increased steadily and even holding its own. The suburb is a middle-class suburb which is the segment which is the highest performer in the property market. The mixed property usage of the suburb is one of the factors that contribute to its sales performance as the property usage includes the whole middle-class income group. First-time buyers, single buyers, established families and pensioners are catered for.
The commercial property market in Wolmer also adds to the general sales figures which is an indication in itself that Wolmer is in a prime location.
Sectional title apartments and townhouses are favoured by the younger generation and the trend towards modern architecture contributes to this demand, then townhouses likewise cater for the younger market but also the medium sized families and pensioners and freestanding homes for the well-established families.
Being such a well-established suburb is indicated by the architecture which is a timeline of progression which begins with the forming of the suburb going to the present more modern architecture with many homes also having been given a facelift to keep up with the same modern trends.
The prime location of Wolmer is accentuated when looking at the proximity of commercial hubs and industrial hubs which make up the household income of the suburb with industrial hubs in Rosslyn, Pretoria North, Hermanstad and Booysens.
Wolmer has access to a variety of popular schools such as Laerskool Rachel de Beer, Hoerskool Pretoria Noord, Voortrekker Eufees Skool and Gerrit Maritz High School.
Then there are a number of newer malls that cater for retail and entertainment such as Wonderboom Junction, Madelief Shopping Centre and North Park Mall.