Centurion and its many suburbs have been in high demand for various reasons such as the proximity to Midrand, the Pretoria CBD and the north of Johannesburg to suburbs such as Bryanston, Sandton and Rivonia, Lonehill and Witkoppen in the greater Sandton region.
This prime location became even more beneficial when the Gautrain rail system was introduced and this almost eliminated the inconvenience of traveling to these commercial hubs via congested highways and an added reduction in travel spending.
Zwartkop is one such suburb which is favoured for many reasons and the fact that the suburb is a middle to upper-class suburb.
Zwartkop is a family oriented suburb which appeals to the retired citizens as well as young executives. The property usage which consists of freehold homes, townhouses, clusters homes, duets and apartments attracts a large market and adds to the sales movement in the suburb bringing stability and growth in property values. Townhouse units are highly competitive with the price range falling into the exclusive end of the market.
The architecture of the homes in Zwartkop is a good mixture of conventional, classic and contemporary styles further adding to the appeal of the homes in the suburb.
Being such a well-established suburb means the schools servicing the suburb have longstanding reputations. Here is a list of some of the popular schools nearby; Zwartkop Christian School, Abbots College Senior High School, Damelin Centurion and Hoerskool Zwartkop.
Zwartkop has access to most malls catering for retail and entertainment activities such as Centurion Mall, Ridgeback Village and Hennopsview Centre.
Major roads which highlight the prime location of Zwartkop are the Ben Schoeman Freeway, the N1 Danie Joubert Freeway, Pretoria Main Road and Lyttelton Road.
The Gautrain Station in Centurion is not only on the doorstep but is a further beneficial factor highlighting the reason why Zwartkop is the prefect address for those who reside in the Centurion region.
Take a tour of the homes in Zwartkop via the Myroof web-site.