The suburb of Paulshof in the exclusive northern regions of Johannesburg offers a lot in terms of property investment.
Property usage consists of freehold homes, cluster homes, townhouses and apartments. This diverse use of available property draws a large demographic within the middleclass income group to the sunny north.
With many of the undeveloped ground now under development is a sure indication that demand for property in the suburb has far from been sated.
By architectural standards the suburb is reasonably young as the architecture is mostly modern and fresh which is a common sight in the newer townhouse complexes and cluster homes.
The other benefit of being a resident or considering the suburb as a residential address is its prime location as it is close to the major commercial hubs, retail outlets, industrial hubs and schools.
Major roads connecting to commercial hubs like Sandton, Bryanston, which is less than 5km away, Rosebank and Rivonia are access via Witkoppen Road, William Nicol Drive and the N1 Western Bypass which also connects to Woodmead and Bucchleuch.
Manicured gardens and well-maintained homes create a picture of family, community and wellness which is inviting to residents and visitors alike.
Being aimed more towards the middle income group which is the strongest segment in the market place, there is a fair amount of movement from residents upgrading, relocating or downsizing due to age. This creates a demand and in turn ensures stable growth in property values. As with many suburbs that have a large number of sectional title properties the demand for rental property is generally high and being a more middle-to upper-class suburb means rental income is good.
There are ample reputable schools catering to the suburb such as Bryanston Primary Private School, Brescia House School and Cairncross College.
Retail therapy is an important past time for residents with access to exclusive malls such as Sunninghill Village, Nicolway Bryanston, and The Square Centre Sunninghill.
Take a tour of the homes in Paulshof, Sandton via the Myroof web-site.