Zwavelpoort has been developing over time to become a sought after residential address due to the tranquility of the property in the region. The mixed use means there are now town houses and clusters which are aimed more at the upper end of the income groups.
The townhouses have a typical market values which is dependent on architecture and finishings and it seems many of the complexes have been finished in the more maintenance friendly facebrick which also blends well with the surroundings being mostly undeveloped.
Vacant land up for sale is still reasonably priced, which may change in time as the demand for property in the suburb increases.
Currently farms make a large portion of the property sales in the suburb which may be attributed to the limitations on land use having been lifted to now include residential suburb development. There are opportunities in the suburb for property investors, developers and intended residents.
The free standing home architecture is very modern and this sets exclusivity similar to that of lifestyle and golf estates with the homes having mostly mansion proportions.
Being more removed from the bustle of well established suburbs in the east of Pretoria means that malls and amenities are still in the planning phase, and thus this falls on the surrounding suburbs.
Schools reasonably close to Zwavelpoort include The Montessori Academy, Hoërskool Garsfontein, Laerskool Garsfontein, Woodhill College and Tshwane Christian School.
Malls which service the suburb are Woodlands Boulevard, Cedar Junction and Menlyn Park Shopping Mall.
There are a number of lodges and venues in the suburb which has already established a type of commercial property use which will only benefit the suburb as it expands in time bringing further demand and stability to the suburb’s property market.
Take a tour of the various properties in Zwavelpoort via the MyRoof website.