A stunning 3 bedroom townhouse for sale in the much sought after complex of Stonebrook, Paulsof. 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. Paulshof is often described as the 'garden village of the north' and indeed it is. Access to the N1 and N3 is excellent, Fourways and Sandton are easily reached, in fact many younger executives and families make Paulshof their base because of this, whilst Midrand is also easy to reach from here. Stonebrook is a well established complex with a solid,strong body corporate that maintains the landscaped gardens and common areas. Two parking carports are allocated conveniently close to this townhouse to allow for easy access to the unit. The residents respect a slow speed around the driveways and common areas. The parking bays are nestled between trees and pockets of garden. Walk up an easy flight of stairs to the corner unit that is tucked away at the end of the block to this bright freshly painted entirely tiled apartment. To the left is an open plan kitchen fitted with ample cupboards, a breakfast nook, granite tops, stove and oven hob. The large open plan living and dining room lead to the balcony beaming with the northern facing warmth of the sun. A corridor leads you to the three bedrooms that are fitted with built in cupboards, parquet floors and curtain rails. The first bathroom is entirely tiled from floor to ceiling, with modern amenities and refurbished with style and elegance. The second main en suite bathroom is elegantly tiled from wall to floor offering a bath, shower, basin and vanity cupboard. Stonebrook complex offers 24 hours security guards that survey and record the entrance and visitors. A well maintained swimming pool and clubhouse. The common garden with a quaint gazebo separates the blocks. Gardening is top class. Security and maintenance always up to date and maintained. Paulshof residents have taken it upon themselves to recycle and they make a concerted effort to maintain their section of the Braamfontein Spruit. Perhaps it is because they lie in a particularly green part of the major city, sandwiched as they are between the spruit and Rietfontein Ridge, or because the suburb lies on the edge of development, its northern quarters flanked by open land, which gives it a distinct country flavour, despite the number of complexes and modern developments. Weekends one can amuse oneself at the Paulshof Food Market on Saturdays and visit numerous large shopping malls, or head out to the 25 hectare green space known as Rietfontein Nature Reserve. It is also where FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is based, who heal and return to the wild a fair number of birds. There is also a beautiful 2.5km circular walking trail that is well maintained and provides a lovely pathway from which to sight the myriad birds that make this reserve home. Some of the species you may see include little swifts, Cape glossy starlings, sacred ibis, southern masked weavers, rock pigeons, black-collared barbets, Cape robin-chats, mousebirds, greater-striped swallows, fiscal flycatchers and many more. You are also likely to spot a number of buck roaming in the hills if you are quiet enough. The quartzite koppie is also home to grey loeries who seem to enjoy it as their center piece. Available immediately no stress of tenants and for early occupational rent during transfer. Call me to arrange a viewing.