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Find your dream home in Centurion

Its ideal position between Johannesburg and Pretoria means that real estate in Centurion is ideal for the young professional market

Quick Overview

Centurion is one of the fastest growing nodes in Gauteng, mainly due to its ideal location between major economic routes and its proximity to other business nodes.


Supersport Park - a favourite with Centurion cricket fans

You would be forgiven for thinking that Centurion is non-stop hustle and bustle, but a quick glance at some of the suburbs shows that you can choose whether you would prefer an apartment close to the Gautrain station or a home in the almost farm-like suburb of Irene.

Property Types

Centurion has a plethora of choices when it comes to real estate and due to the growing nature of this city, new residential property developments also play a major role in the property market.


4 Bedroom House for sale in Blair Atholl Golf Estate

Suburbs in Centurion include areas such as Amberfield, Clubview, Eldoraigne, Highveld, Lyttelton, Pierre van Ryneveld and Rooihuiskraal, to name just a few.

In older areas such as Valhalla, you will find large family homes and leafy tree-lined streets, whilst newer areas such as Midstream Estate is a hotspot for new residential developments. 


3 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Ridge

You will find new and older apartments situated close to the Gautrain routes and station, while sectional title developments and cluster developments can be found in between the leafy suburbs and business nodes.

Venturing towards the outskirts of Centurion, you will be surprised by the large amount of small holdings which still reflects the rural feel of the area.

The average estimated home value in Centurion is R 2 092 647, while apartments are estimated at R 644 335. It should also be noted that  each year sees more potential tenants entering the Centurion property market as newly graduated students start to work, and due to the proximity to the Gautrain, many University of Pretoria students prefer staying in Centurion and commuting to the campus every day.

Amenities

Centurion residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to services available to them. World class medical facilities include Unitas or Mediclinic Midstream, both situated in easily accessed areas.


Irene Village Mall celebrates the farm beginings of this suburb

From high end fashion stores to convenience stores, you will be sure to find exactly what you need at one of the city’s shopping centres. Centurion Mall, Mall@Reds and Irene Village Mall are just a few of the shopping facilities available in the area.

Schools

Centurion boasts with some of the country’s best schools and with a plethora of Afrikaans and English schools to choose from, you will be assured that your children will receive the education they deserve.

Outdoor Activity

The residents of Centurion are not in short supply when it comes to outdoor facilities - golf courses, running clubs, cycling clubs and even community bootcamp groups! 


4 Bedroom House for sale in Copperleaf Golf & Country Estate

With courses such Zwartkop Golf Course, Blair Atholl and Copperleaf Country & Golf Estate the avid golfer will always be able to play a round.

Families with young children flock to Irene Dairy Farm over warm summer weekends where the kids can feed animals and parents can sit back and enjoy the delicious food. For the more adventurous residents mountain biking routes like Big Red Barn, a mere 15 minutes outside of Centurion is the perfect place to spend a day exercising and having fun.

Weather

Centurion is situated on the Highveld and has a similar climate to Johannesburg, but is generally a few degrees warmer. Winters are dry and sunny with temperatures ranging from 5 degrees to 22 degrees whilst summers are accompanied by late afternoon thunderstorms with temperatures ranging from 12 degrees to 36 degrees.



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