Buyers flock to Midrand Estates

Secure living and convenient access to the main routes between Pretoria, Johannesburg and Midrand is attracting a wide range of buyers to Midrand Estates.

The lifestyle development, some 7km from the Centurion waterfront, consists of three separate estates - Midstream, Midfield and Midlands.

"The development offers a wide selection of residential property ranging from sectional title townhouses to full title cluster homes and exclusive stand-alone properties," say Chas Everitt International area specialists Carol van Zyl and Irma Mans.

"And Midstream College, the fast-growing local private school, caters for the full spectrum of children with a baby care section, pre-primary, primary and high schools. It offers parallel medium instruction and has a top teaching staff."

The development also offers a high standard of security managed by former SAPS General Suiker Brits, and an estate lifestyle complete with walking trails, natural parks, and various sport facilities such as a family golf course, gymnasium and day-spa.

On the cards for the near future are a village shopping complex, various churches, a medical centre and a retirement village, which will add even more value, they say.
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