The well-established suburb of Lyttelton Manor in Centurion has it all to offer for the middle-class income group. There are major benefits to the suburb that should not be discounted when looking for property in the region.
As far as location is concerned the suburb is in a prime location as it offers access to major roads to the north and south with access to the N14, R21 and N1. These major roads offer access to commercial and industrial hubs in Centurion, the Pretoria CBD, and Midrand and on the N14 to Sandton, Bryanston and further south Krugersdorp.
Property values are driven by demand and the individual properties are generally spacious with larger gardens. This is the ideal suburb for established families and first-time home buyers as the pricing structure is within the sector with the most movement.
The property usage consists of free-hold homes and town-houses which adds to the ideal property values. Neighboring suburbs like Doringkloof and Monument Park influence the property values positively, not that the suburb needs it with its own positive attributes like the proximity to amenities like schools and malls.
Tree-lined streets and neat gardens are aesthetically pleasing and inviting adding to the tranquility of the suburb.
Being an older suburb means the architecture leans more towards the conventional, there are however some modern designs adding to the general property values.
This well-established suburb has a vast number of established schools to choose from such as Hoerskool Centurion, Lyttelton Primary School, Fleur Primary School and Village Montessori School.
Centurion Mall is the most conveniently located mall and access to malls line Menlyn Park Mall and Menlyn Retail Park are equally accessible.
Situated close to the Gautrain Terminal means there is an alternative mode of transport, doing away with the tedium of congested freeways.
Take a tour of the homes in Lyttelton Manor via the Myroof web-site.