The area is home to the modern Heuwelsig Estate, conveniently positioned close to both the R55 and N14 access routes making it simple for commuters needing access to Midrand as well as the hubs of Pretoria andSandton. This in itself has increased its appeal amongst working couples and the demographics reflect this with young families making up a fair percentage of the owners here.
The area also offers easy access to the likes of Lanseria Airport which is around twenty five kilometres away from Heuwelsig Estate and also affords owners convenient access to several well rated schools, medical services and the recently completed Forest Hill shopping centre, the Copperleaf golf estate.
For the motor racing fans, the renowned Zwartkop Race Track is also located close by.
Heuwelsig is seen to be offering very good value for money in comparison to similar areas around it.
The Heuwelsig area has been a popular haven for buy to let investors, due to the high demand for rental properties in Centurion.
There is also strong demand for rental properties in Heuwelsig and units being offered to let are snapped up quickly at present giving it appeal with the buy to let investors which can return rentals between R5 000 and R7000 monthly even in the smaller sectional title properties. This makes for a fair return, and as indications are that the area will also afford decent capital growth, it’s attractive.
Home types in Heuwelsig Estate
Heuwelsig has a large variety of both different sectional title and full title sectors and the strong security provisions on offer in the properties here plays a part in its growth and increasing popularity.
The sectional title homes in Heuwelsig Estate range from small simplexes to duplex units and what are commonly referred to as “stack units”.
The areas sectional title property prices vary from the low of approximately R450 – 500 000 up to around the R1 million or so mark, whereas the areas freestanding full-title houses in Heuwelsig are for sale starting around just over the R1 million mark, up to around to the two and a half million Rand level.
Author: Barry Davies