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Roodepoort - Property for sale

Roodepoort has grown from its historic beginnings to include residential suburbs, argicultural holdings in the north, part of the mining belt in the south, and some areas of commercial activity such as Westgate, Constantia and Laser Park.

Suburbs in Roodepoort where properties are for sale are Weltevredenpark, Wilgeheuwel, Ruimsig, Helderkruin, Honeydew Ridge, Little Falls, Florida, Honeydew, Radiokop, Wilro Park, Roodekrans, Strubensvallei,Witpoortjie, Allens Nek, Groblerpark, Constantia Kloof, Willowbrook,Discovery, Bergbron, Florida Park, Amarosa A H, Florida Lake, Quellerina,Florida Glen, Kloofendal, Horison, Lindhaven, Florida Hills, Roodepoort,Horison View, Eagle Canyon Golf Estate, Poortview, Weltevredenpark & Ext,Floracliffe, Roodepoort West,

What makes Roodepoort such an attractive area for potential home buyers is the fact that Roodepoort not only offers family homes but that the area is also favoured by younger residents because of its proximity to the Monash University. This means that Roodepoort has a thriving nightlife and a plethora of restaurants on offer.

There are plenty of open spaces, golf courses and entertainment areas, as well as what many consider the city's finest parks, the Witwatersrand Botanical Gardens and the Watler Sisulu Botanical Garden. It is also in very close proximity to the Cradle of Humankind.

Roodepoort is accesible through dual-carriage highways which connects the suburb with important routes, these routes are not only important for commercial and industrial purposes but also for residents wishing to break away from the city, whether it is for a day or more.

Roodepoort is ideally situated for those wanting to visit the Cradle of Humankind for both its historic and natural importance. Magaliesburg is also close enough for a day trip, while the road to Pilanesberg is also easily accesed from Roodepoort.

The area is self-contained, offering a wide range of services including ample shopping centres, schools, a museum, major private hospitals – Olivedale, Wilgeheuwel and Flora Clinic - country lodges, trails and restaurants, golf courses and country clubs







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