Welcome to Centurion, a rapidly growing city that is nestled at the intersection of N1 and N14 Highways between Midrand and Pretoria. Before it fell under the City of Tshwane Metropolitan municipality, Centurion was an independent municipality, with its own town council.
Centurion is a burgeoning modern city offering a wide range of properties to suit different budgets and many types of buyers, from those seeking an urban lifestyle close to the Gautrain station, office parks and transport routes, to those looking for homes in “country” estates that offer convenience and security combined with a more relaxed ambience.
With an expansion of Johannesburg, Midrand and Pretoria, many businesses are now relocating to Centurion, turning it into an ideal residential area for business-people and their families. Centurion offers its current and prospective residents a trendy urban lifestyle along with a tranquility of a country side, a combination that most home buyers dream of. The ongoing demand for property in Centurion is largely due to its central location, and easy access to Gauteng's major cities such as Johannesburg, Midrand, Krugersdorp, Kempton Park, Germiston and Pretoria makes it a perfect home for public transport commuters as well. Other than the N1, N14 and R21 Highways passing through Centurion, the Gautrain railway line also goes through this city, giving its residents a plethora of travelling options. It takes about 27 minutes drive to access OR Tambo international airport from Centurion.
While high-density property developments in Centurion have steadily attracted younger residents with lower incomes, the community remains one of the most affluent in the country.
Centurion has 109 active suburbs.
Between 2016-09-01 to 2017-08-31:
Compared to the previous year(2015-09-01 to 2016-08-31):
Full Title and Sectional Title sales in Centurion had a combined value of R 8,710,627,202 with a median price of R 1,020,000 compared to R 10,293,285,487 with the median price of R1,100,000 for the prior period.
Full Title sales in Centurion had a total value of R 5,102,376,956 with a median price of R 1,500,000 compared to R 6,071,017,086 with the median price of R1,450,000 for the prior period.
Sectional Title sales in Centurion had a total value of R 3,608,250,246 with the median price of R 850,000 compared to R 4,222,268,401 with the median price of R920,000 for the prior period.
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Centurion is also a home of SuperSport Park, a South African famous cricket stadium that has been described by various International Captains as "One of the grounds with the best players' facilities in the world. This city is also a mother of Rietvlei Nature Reserve, one of the world's well known urban Nature Reserves. The Sterkfontein caves, a place where the homonoid fossils were dicovered, is situated less than 50km from Centurion. Centurion is also a historical home of Swartkop Air Force Base, a place where the South African Airforce first started in 1922.
Centurion Mall and the Mall@Reds shopping centres are currently undergoing massive upgrades. A multibillion rand facelift for the Centurion CBD has been planned over the next couple of decades and will see several main routes being revamped, an interlinked rapid bus service being introduced and open space corridors being created. Being a modern South African city it has grown to be, Centurion offers an abundance of residential and industrial properties for sale or to rent.