Centrally situated within Centurion, you will find Clubview, an established suburb with tall trees, leafy gardens and community charm. The Hennops River flows through the centre of Clubview, which is a pull for individuals who enjoy the pleasures of country life without having to compromise big city conveniences.
Clubview is a sought-after residential and commercial area because of its ideal location alongside Midrand and between Pretoria and Johannesburg. It falls under the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and is a main stop along the Gautrain route.
Part of burgeoning Centurion
“Centurion has evolved from a sleepy Pretoria suburb with smallholdings and large open spaces into one of South Africa’s fastest growing cities. Property developments have mushroomed, the city limits have expanded and large corporates have set up head offices in the area. It is no wonder that residential property is in high demand,” says Craig Hutchison, CEO of Engel & Völkers Southern Africa.
From Centurion there is expedient access to highways and main routes and with the Gautrain at its core, commuters have the convenience of comfortable travel to Sandton, Kempton Park, Johannesburg CBD, OR Tambo International Airport and Pretoria. The neighbourhood has a wealth of educational and medical facilities, it has a library, police station, post o¬ffice and churches and is also a destination for its eateries, co¬ffee shops, pubs and clubs.
For Clubview residents, malls in the immediate vicinity include the Clubview Shopping Centre, Clubview Corner shopping centre as well as the Eldoraigne Village Centre. World-class shopping and entertainment is on the suburb’s doorstep with the super-regional Centurion Mall and the newly opened dining, gaming and entertainment complex Time Square in Menlyn Maine.
Additionally, there are various sports facilities, including golf courses, gyms, the Alpha Centurion sports club and the Supersport Park cricket grounds. In terms of healthcare there are hospitals, clinics and dental care facilities. Schools in the area include Hennopspark Primary, Reformia, Regio and Zwartkop High. Nursery schools include Montessori and Sunshine Corner.
“For consumers who want the best of both worlds – country feel plus the live, play and work lifestyle of the burgeoning Centurion area - Clubview is the quintessential choice,” says Hutchison. “Furthermore, Centurion is fast becoming the new higher education node with Centurion Academy, Tshwane South TVET College, Technicol SA College, Open Window Institute for Arts and Digital Sciences, Prue Leith Chefs Academy and SA Chefs Training and Innovation Academy. This adds another attractive dimension to Clubview.”
Clubview properties offer low-risk high return investment
Although Clubview offers a mix of residential properties such as houses, townhouses apartments, clusters and new developments, it is still very undeveloped compared to any of its neighbouring suburbs. The Agricultural Holdings have become very popular for developers as it gives them the land required to build their developments at reasonable prices in order to make it affordable for the affordable income bracket.
Currently freestanding homes ranges from R1,2 million to upwards of R4,5 million and the price of sectional title apartments from R750 000, however this is expected to rapidly change over the next few years as the area becomes more popular, and land becomes less obtainable.
“Clubview offers investors and buyers the opportunity for an early take-up into the real estate market as the area is experiencing an upward trajectory of growth and development. A 5% to 10% ROI is projected, which is a good return on relatively low-risk investments” Craig noted.
Whether a home to live in or to rent out, Clubview offers excellent quality for price.