When taking a drive on the N1 and taking the Gordon Road off ramp you will see beautiful properties on your right hand side at the rocky hills.
Roodepoort is not part of the west rand as is perceived. Roodepoort forms part of the Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.
It is said by statisticians that Roodepoort is the fastest growing suburb in Gauteng.
With Monash University in Roodepoort you can be sure rental income derived from property will be good. Students are always in search of place to stay.
Since Roodepoort is close to Johannesburg City Centre it is a popular suburb for both property investors and residents alike. The higher the demand for a suburb the higher the asking price will be due to supply and demand. Buyers attracted to Roodepoort will ensure a resurgence in the market.
There is a variety of attractions in and around Roodepoort. One such attraction is the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens. It is the youngest Botanical Garden to date in South Africa with much to see. For one, there is a rare pair of Vereaux's Eagles nesting there. The Botanical Gardens have been recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world.
Also in close proximity, at the countryside of Roodepoort, you will find an immaculate golf course. This is a 18 hole golf course comprising out of 7 water hazards and 72 bunkers. Not only do they cater for the golfers but also for the non-golfers, offering tennis courts, bowling greens and a sports pub.
Take a look at the properties on offer at Myroof. Roodepoort is close to amenities and a good area to invest in property.