Die Hoewes at a glance

You would be hard pressed to find a more centrally located suburb - close to all the major routes, amenities, schools and outdoor activities, Die Hoewes is the kind of area where you will find a wealth of property options inside a tight-knit community.

As part of the Centurion East neighbourhood, Die Hoewes boasts with a good selection of safe, high quality property options. The area has a large selection of gated villages, complexes and estates which has attracted a cosmopolitan community and functions as something of a mini city of its own.

The properties in this area vary in style, from the older Tuscan and French style homes, to the newer homes with a contemporary look.

Despite its proximity to all the major routes and amenities, the area is considered quiet and peaceful.

Property Types

  • Houses
  • Townhouses
  • Apartments


  • Lyttelton Primary School
  • Laerskool Doringkloof Primary
  • Lyttelton Manor High School
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Market & Opinion
Pretoria property market booms as sellers take opportunities to upscale
03 Mar 2021
The Pretoria property market up to R3 million to R4 million is booming given the current circumstances and is offering great opportunities for sellers according to Seeff’s branches
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Market & Opinion
5 Apartments for sale in Gauteng
09 Feb 2021
If you are looking for your first home or a solid investment these 5 apartments in Johannesburg, Sandton, Centurion, Pretoria, and Roodepoort not only offer a lock-up-and-go lifestyle for young professionals but also price tags under R1,3 million!
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Market & Opinion
Centurion offers a prime property investment market
27 Oct 2020
What used to be the sleepy area of Pretoria known as Centurion is today a bustling hub of activity with much working in its favour – specifically in terms of the abundance of sectional titles which is drawing new buyers and tenants to the area.
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Market & Opinion
Millennial property buyers piling into top Gauteng suburbs
08 Oct 2020
Millennial buyers are piling into the property market despite the belief that they would rather rent. This is no surprise, says Samuel Seeff, chairman of the Seeff Property Group, we are in the “perfect storm” for young homebuyers who are using the benefits of buying right now and taking the property market by storm.
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