Superb First Floor 2-Bedroom Apartment For Sale in sought-after Leopard Rock Complex in Noordwyk.

Home buyers continue to flock to the Midrand area in Gauteng due to the value for money, accessibility, and numerous amenities on offer. Centrally located and secure – no wonder growth in Midrand is exploding.

Midrand, also known as the Halfway House, was established as a municipality in 1981. It is a very vibrant, accessible area that is growing. Midrand, as the name aptly suggests, is the area halfway between the Witwaterstrand and Pretoria, built around the N1 highway.

Noordwyk is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in the Midrand region. This 2 Bedroom Apartment for Sale in Noordwyk is a superb first floor unit available in the sought-after Leopard rock complex in Noordwyk.

This first floor unit unit boasts 2 spacious bedrooms fitted with carpets as well as ample cupboard space. The unit has one full bathroom.

Open plan living room area that is tiled it walks out onto a private balcony overlooking a well-maintained garden. The Kitchen has melamine tops as well as space for a fridge and two under space appliances, it is open plan and has a breakfast nook.

This is not a pet friendly Complex. Leopard rock has a communal play area.

Nearby suburbs include, Carlswald Estate, Country View, Glen Austin, Halfway Gardens, Halfway House, Kyalami, Beaulieu, Noordwyk as well as so many more.

Midrand is a municipality in central Gauteng Province, South Africa. It is situated in-between Centurion and Sandton and forms part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Midrand was established as a municipality in 1981 (in an area known as Halfway House, after its position between Pretoria and Johannesburg), but ceased to be an independent town in the restructuring of local government that followed the end of apartheid in 1994.

It was incorporated in the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality in 2000. It was made part of region 2 and, as of 2006, when the number of regions were reduced to seven, it forms part of Region A of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.

Midrand is a thriving business node, home to the offices of major corporations such as Vodacom, Microsoft, Neotel, and Altech Autopage as well as an array of SMEs such as Wesslink Electrical (Pty) Ltd. In 2013, Atterbury Properties announced plans to build the Mall of Africa, which would be the continents largest. The Mall of Africa is located within the green, mixed-use Waterfall City precinct. The N1 Business Park and International Business Gateway are among the commercial developments in Midrand.

Midrand is the home of Grand Central Airport and also to one of the stations in the Gautrain rapid rail system. There are a lot of activities and entertainment areas located in Midrand.

Affordability continues to drive demand in the established Midrand suburb of Halfway Gardens, with home buyers being drawn to its varied property offering and accessible prices. The rental market in Johannesburg is booming and these are the most popular areas to rent in.