A delightfully modern family home. Its offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths , kitchen, lounge, study and a dinning hall. he The entrance of this home welcomes you with a beautiful spacious green gardenand then taking you the lounge and dinning hall. All designed to modern taste. The entrance into the home from the double automated garage, fully tiled leads you the dinning hall. The lounge and study are spacious. The kitchen is a dream offering all that is desired for any housewife. Fitted with granite tops and plenty of space for every appliance. The kitchen leads out to enclosed patio which is also carports. Vast and spacious for entertaining as well.
The 3 bedrooms all offer built-in cupboards and are modern. The baths are designed fully with modernity in mind. The en-suite being a shower.
This wonderful home also offers a flatlet and a foundation with approved plans for a 3 bedroom. Its located in full tranquility and is a well maintained home. Erasmia! Pretoria!
The Laudium Hospital, a state hospital created under apartheid for Indians from Laudium and surrounding areas, closed down, and is now the Laudium Community Health Centre.
• Andrew Anthony Primary School
• Hillside Primary School
• Himalaya Secondary School
• Jacaranda Primary School
• Laudium Heights Primary School
• Laudium Primary School
• Laudium Secondary School
• Rosina Sedibane Sports School
• Sunrise School
• PMT Sunni School
• Central Islamic School
• Pretoria Hindu School
• Pretoria Muslim School
• Al Ghazali College
• Al-Asr Educational Institute
There is also an Islamic educational institute which specialises in teaching Islamic Sciences called the Sunni Darul Uloom Pretoria
The Transvaal College of Education, which trained Indian teachers in the former Transvaal province was moved to a large campus in Laudium. However, after the end of apartheid, the college was deemed redundant and closed down (Indian teachers were no longer barred from colleges formerly used by white teachers). The college campus is now used by the Rosina Sedibane Sports School. Erasmia! Pretoria!