The suburb of Suiderberg is part of the Pretoria North municipality established around 1964.
The architecture of the suburb is varied with newer modern homes and older more conventional architecture which cater for a larger consumer market. The mixed property use likewise caters for a larger income group and is made up of sectional-title townhouse complexes, duets and freehold homes.
One of the major driving factors in demand for property within the suburb is the location of the suburb and then the stable growth in property value and aesthetics of the suburb.
The suburb is ideal for first time home buyers with loads of affordable properties which can be upgraded and the good selection of townhouses further improves the affordable market.
Freehold homes are priced in line with the Pretoria North market with property values from the low R1 mil to above the R1.8 mil mark.
The affordable freehold homes are certainly viable for the buy-to-let market with a high demand for rental properties within the suburb including the sectional title market.
The number of popular schools in the suburb further highlights the convenience of the suburb. The schools in the region include schools like Laerskool Saamspan, Hoerskool Hercules, Laerskool Generaal Nicolaas Smit and Laerskool Booysens.
Access from the suburb is a major highlight along roads like Bremer Street, John Vorster Drive, Denyssen Avenue and Dorp Street. The roads connect the suburb to the Pretoria CBD, commercial and retail hubs.
Traveling to the south of Pretoria or skirting the Pretoria CBD is convenient along Bremer Street which is an entry point for those working in the Pretoria CBD or suburbs like Centurion.
Take a tour of the various properties in Suiderberg via the Myroof website.