Paulshof

The village of Paulshof is bounded by the N1 Western Bypass on the South, Leeuwkop Estate on the North, Sunninghill on the East and Lonehill on the West, lying slightly uphill from Sunninghill, on the other side of the N1 from Petervale and Rivonia, Paulshof is a fairly modern, upmarket suburb rich in townhouse complexes lying just above the Braamfontein Spruit. Commercial and Residential property in Paulshof is popular due to its prime location and beautiful homes.

 

Paulshof is located about 10 km from Sandton CBD and about 2 km from Rivonia, making it very convenient for all working in the Sandton area. Paulshof is ideal for getting about with easy access to the N1 and N3. Fourways and Sandton are in close proximity while Midrand is also easy to reach from here.

Paulshof is known as the "garden village of the north" and it features the Rietfontein Nature Reserve - a 25-hectare reserve home to indigenous plants and unspoiled birdlife. Paulshof lies in a particularly green part of a major city, sandwiched between the spruit and Rietfontein Ridge. The suburb lies on the edge of development with its northern quarters flanked by open land and that gives it a distinct country flavour, despite the number of complexes and modern developments. Many younger executivess and families make Paulshof their base because of this ideal geographic location. Paulshof residents enjoy plenty of local amenities such as cafes and restaurants, health clubs (Virgin Active and Planet Fitness) as well as a few night clubs. The Cambridge shopping centre is a delightful addition to the suburb and offers a wide selection of restaurants, a Woolworths and a Mugg and Bean and O’Hagans pub. For the sporting types there is Vodacom World of golf and Leeuwkop Golf Course and Rivonia Sport Club offers horse riding among other activities. The suburb is intersected by the arterial Witkoppen throughfare and many of the most recent residential and commercial developments have sprung up on the sides of this busy road that runs parallel to the N1 highway. 

Property in Paulshof is often considered to be among of the best spots in South Africa, making it an attractive choice for the first time buyer and shrewd investors alike. Paulshof boasts sectional titles, very secure complexes and ample modern developments to choose from. There is a selection of upmarket well-sized offices, of which a number are located at the Braamfontein spruit. Most commercial property is upmarket (A-B grade) and contemporary with access control, 24 hour security, offering high visibility onto the main Witkoppen road and close to shopping facilities. Prices have remained steady throughout the general dips in the market.