Meyersdal Eco Estate

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The attraction of property ownership in Meyersdal and in particular real estate within the residential estates such as Meyersdal Eco Estate, Meyersdal Nature Estate, Meyersdal Ridge, Meyersdal Crest, and Meyersdal View draws prospective Johannesburg property buyer as well as other ireal estate purchasers from in and around Gauteng.

Meyersdal Eco Estate

The Meyersdal Eco Estate is a sought after and highly exclusive Residential eco Estate, with top of the line secure twenty four seven access control giving it’s resident peace of mind in a highly controlled and secure environmentally friendly Estate.

The nearly five hundred hectare Meyersdal Eco Estate has some three hundred and forty odd erven or stands, ranging from 1600 square metres up to around 3600 square metres.

The Meyersdal Eco Estate is within very easy access distance wise to major access and arterial routes as well as a host of popular regional shopping centres.

The Meyersdal Eco Estate Lifestyle is aimed at combining man and nature while ensuring the protection of some of the areas’ endangered fauna and flora and size wise is one of the largest in Gauteng. There are also 3 dams stocked with tilapia which are fed from two springs.

Over a dozen game species, totaling some 300 animals, including antelope species from Eland to Steenbok as well as numerous bird species are ever present.

This unique and exclusive estate is proving a firm favourite amongst discerning property purchasers in Alberton and Johannesburg.

General Meyersdal Information

The surrounding area has three shopping malls close by. Education wise there are a number of Primary and secondary schools close by as well as clinics, hospitals and crèches - local public transport is available as well.

What makes Meyersdal a solid investment as an area?

Many business people enjoy this residential suburb because it offers tranquil living as well as convenient access to the metropolis of Johannesburg, and the industrial sector around Vereeniging.

Author: Barry Davies

Submitted 28 Nov 16 / Views 242