Waverley stretches from Codonia Avenue in the western corner to the N4 highway on its eastern border and the mountain form the northern border with Collins Avenue forming its southern border. It is a fairly large area covered by this sought after old world charm suburb.
The homes in the suburb are well constructed and are a mixture of the old “railway houses” sectional title townhouse complexes, semi-detached full title duets and a few apartment buildings which make for an interesting demand in the suburb.
Paved sidewalks are reminiscent of the older suburbs when walking was still very much the primary mode of moving from point A to point B. Today the sidewalks serve as an afternoon breather after a day’s work in the industrial hubs which sustain the suburbs.
Industrial hubs close to Waverley are Koedoespoort, Pretoria North and Derdepoort.
Buy-to-let properties are popular as the suburb is close to the Pretoria CBD as is the sectional title townhouses.
The views from the homes up on Breyer Avenue are spectacular in the Highveld summer evenings offering panoramic views up to Menlyn in the east. These homes are modern and slightly more expensive than further down in the bowl.
Waverley is well established and quiet suburb with paved sidewalks, thus there are a number of well known schools in and close to the suburb. Some of the schools in close proximity to Waverley are Hoërskool Oos Moot, Laerskool Voorpos, Hoërskool Staatspresident CR Swart, Laerskool Totiusdal and Hoër Tegniese Skool John Vorster.
There are a number of convenience stores on Codonia Avenue catering for retail needs, with Waverley Plaza catering for further retail needs and some restaurants and entertainment.
Take a tour of the homes on offer in Waverley via the MyRoof website.