Atteridgeville is a big suburb situated in the outskirts of Pretoria. It is flanked by four other major suburbs of the north western parts of Pretoria - Proclamation Hill, Laudium, Lotus Gardens and Saulsville.
Atteridgeville is an expanding suburb of Pretoria with residents traveling to the Pretoria CBD, Pretoria North and eastern parts of Pretoria for work. From that perspective the suburb is well located for convenience to public transport and routes.
It is also located close to the N4 highway towards Hartebeespoort, giving easy access to a major route towards the North West province.
The town has schools as well as retail- and commercial hubs catering for residents' needs.
Schools in and around Atteridgeville are Isaac More Primary School, JJ de Jong Primary School, Kgabo Primary School, and Hofmeyr Secondary School.
Many suburbs are also in close proximity to Atteridgeville, including Danville, Pretoria West, Philip Nel Park and Kirkney. The Tshwane University of Technology is also in close proximity, making traveling to and from it more convenient.
The suburb is self-sustaining in terms of retail needs with enough malls to cater for residents. These malls include Atteridgeville Mall, Attlyn Shopping Centre, and Kwagga Centre in Pretoria West.
Atteridgeville was granted its municipal status in 1984 giving residents a say in how the suburb should develop.
As with most suburbs there are different categories of properties and value. The prices of property in Atteridgeville ranges from affordable to exclusive with prices from the low R300 000 to above R1 000 000 for more exclusive homes. There are still loads of vacant stands available in the suburb at affordable prices.
The demand for homes in Atteridgeville is driven by its proximity to other suburbs, access and location in relation to the other suburbs.
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