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If ever there was a suburb in Pretoria indicative of the status that the capital city of South Africa holds, then Hatfield would be that suburb. Hatfield is known by the locals as the embassy suburb and boasts magnificent palatial homes found along wide jacaranda-lined streets. Besides its prestigious standing, Hatfield is literally minutes from the Pretoria CBD, putting travellers within easy reach of the city’s attractions and business district. Furthermore, Hatfield itself is home to numerous lifestyle centres, excellent restaurants, chic cafés and bistros, and many other amenities.
There is a large student community resident in the suburb, the University of Pretoria being within walking distance. Hatfield includes an urban village where residences, businesses and recreation facilities are housed within the complex.
The suburb of Hatfield could best be defined as part academic, part old money with a bit of bohemia thrown into the mix.
Top 8 reasons to visit Hatfield
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