Stunning property in Pretoria

With a number of security estates, top notch schools and a plethora of amenities to choose from, Pretoria property is in high demand with first time and family home buyers.

Quick Overview

Pretoria is a city steeped in history - from the Union Buildings to Church Square. Due to the historic roots of the city many of the suburbs boasts with beautiful old grand dames but you would be wrong if you assumed that it is not a hub for new property developments.

From trendy lifestyle estates to sleepy suburbs - Pretoria has it all!

Property Types

Pretoria property buyers are spoilt for choices when it comes to property types and due to the popularity of the city, many older homes are being upgraded, while newer property developments such as apartments and sectional title units are added to the property landscape.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Rietvalleirand, Pretoria

Suburbs in Pretoria include Boardwalk Manor, Equestria, Faerie Glen, Garsfontein, Lynnwood, Menlyn, Olympus and Waterkloof to just name a few.

The Eastern suburbs of Pretoria is currently a hotspot for new residential developments, particularly security estates, while you will find larger family homes in tree-lined streets in areas such as Brooklyn.

Venturing towards the outskirts of Pretoria you will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of beautiful small holdings and golfers will be glad to know that Pretoria is home to some of the most sought after golf estates in Gauteng.

3 Bedroom House for sale in Silver Lakes Golf Estate, Pretoria

According to the latest statistics, the average home price in Pretoria is R 1 390 769, while you can expect to pay R 818 566 for apartments in the city. It should also be taken in account that due to congestion in neighbouring Centurion, many people prefer moving away to suburbs in Pretoria which plays a major role in stock demand.


Because Pretoria is an older city, it has a fantastic network of amenities. From health and fitness facilities to superb restaurants - every weekend is a new adventure! 

Medical facilities in Pretoria are world renowned and includes the well known Steve Biko Academic Hospital. 

3 Bedroom House for sale in Faerie Glen, Pretoria

Not only does Pretoria host one of South Africa’s first mega malls, Menlyn Shopping Centre, it is also known for its food and craft markets during weekends. These food and craft markets include the Hazel Food Market and Boeremark.

Students in Pretoria has ensured that the live music scene in the city has remained healthy and kicking, and many events such as Park Acoustics held at the Voortrekker Monument attracts musicians and fans alike. 


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 horse riding facilities.

Golfers are spoilt for choice and can play around at award winning courses such as Woodhill Golf Estate, Wingate Park or Silver Lakes Golf Estate.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Silver Woods Country Estate, Pretoria

For many Pretoria is the spiritual home of rugby and during the rugby season fans flock to Loftus Versfeld to watch both local and international teams battle it out over the course of 80 minutes. For those seeking a more relaxed vibe a visit to the world class National Zoological Gardens of South Africa is a must or for a day packed with information why not visit Freedom Park?


The city has a humid subtropical climate with long hot rainy summers and short cool to cold,dry winters. The city experiences the typical winters of South Africa with cold, clear nights and mild to moderately warm days. Although the average lows during winter are mild it can get bitterly cold due to the clear skies and this in recent years have caused Pretoria to experience temperatures in the range of 2C to -5C at night.

3 Bedroom House for sale in Montana Park, Pretoria

The average annual temperature is 18.7 °C (65.7 °F).[8] This is rather high considering its relatively high altitude of about 1339 metres and is due mainly to its sheltered valley position, which acts as a heat trap and cuts it off from cool southerly and south-easterly air masses for much of the year. 

Rain is chiefly concentrated in the summer months, with drought conditions prevailing over the winter months, when frosts may be sharp. Snowfall is an extremely rare event; snowflakes were spotted in 1959, 1968 and 2012 in the city, but the city has never experienced an accumulation in its history. 

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