Woodmere is a suburb situated on the East Rand or east of Jo’burg if you will. The architecture of homes in the suburb would suggest that it is an old well-established suburb which commands some degree of demand in the property market in the region. Most of the homes in the suburb are set on large stands, which is perfect for growing children.
One of the reasons for this demand is its prime location which is a common factor with most suburbs on the East Rand.
The other factor is the varied pricing structure which puts property in the suburb in the middle-class income group. With a varied property usage which consists of freestanding homes, cluster homes means it is in some ways a familial oriented suburb with its neat tree lined sidewalks and consisting mainly of the younger generation. The pricing structure is in many ways the segment in the market place that shows the most sales which makes homes in the suburb a good long-term investment.
Being so close to all the major industrial hubs means many residents employed in the industrial sector do not spend precious time on congested freeways to reach destinations.
The industrial hubs forming part of the household income of Woodmere are Hughes, Driefontein, Elandsfontein, Jet Park, Germiston and Knights. Major roads which connect the suburb to these hubs are Craft Road, Barbara Road and then easy access to the R21, R24 and Gilooly’s interchange which also connects to the major commercial hubs in Bryanston, Woodmead, Midrand, Rivonia and Bedfordview.
The suburb has access to well-established schools in the region such as Wendywood High School, St Mary’s School, Sandringham High School and Bellavista School.
The suburb has access to too many malls to compile a substantial list; here are just some nearby malls, Greenstone Shopping Centre, Eastgate Shopping Centre, Killarney Mall, Norwood Mall and Festival Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Woodmere via the Myroof web-site.