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Thursday, 16 January 2014

At RM 5,950,000 - Spacious Bungalow unit in Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar




Bukit Bandaraya offers graceful living lifestyle amidst high end Bangsar elite neighbourhood. Its much sought after Jalan Kemaris has tree-lined cul-de-sacs, offering extra privacy and simultaneously reduce traffic inflow into the enclave.
Highlighted as a most charming freehold bungalow. Its captivating exterior complements the extensive renovations that the interior has undergone, in effort to adapt to new technologies and modern living. The latest top quality additions is estimated to be RM1 million plus.
Such balanced design with the most calming and relaxing effect is rare in the market nowadays. It offers an art-gallery-like ambience with vast built-up interior, without sacrificing the coziness and warmth expected of an inviting family home.

Most of the six large bedrooms offer built-in wardrobes, glass-door cabinets and bathrooms with finest quality fittings. They would meet the requirements of the most fastidious international or local occupants.
There is a built-in alarm system with CCTVs and all round warm sensor lights for adequate lighting. For additional safety, there is around the clock gated security and security patrol in the neighbourhood.
The well maintained house is also equipped with 14 air conditioners, centralised water heater and a water filter fitted at the main water pipe. The expansive lawn, with shrubs and a magnificent fig tree, has tall palm trees lining the fence that provide extra privacy from the neighbours. It has ample space for a swimming pool, if desired.
“This is a value for money home for owners who appreciate space and elegance and a creative balance between timeless and contemporary design. Currently, other bungalows in the nearby area are going for over RM1,000 psf. At the offered negotiable price tag with vacant possession, it is a great deal,” says Khairil.
Bukit Bandaraya is most readily accessible via Sprint Highway and Jalan Maarof.

Details

Development:Bukit Bandaraya
Where: No. 12, Jalan Kemaris 6, Bukit Bandaraya, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Property type:Double storey split level
Tenure:Freehold
Completion date: 1979
Bedrooms: 6 + 2
Bathrooms: 4
Built-up area: 4,800 sqft (approximate)
Land area: 6,158 sq ft flat, rectangular, regular shape

Selling price: RM 5,950,000 (negotiable)
Selling price per sqft: RM966
Potential rental: RM15,000
Security: 24-hour security & patrol, CCTV, alarm system
Maintenance: RM130 per month
Developer: Bandar Raya Development Bhd

Neighbourhood
Business: Several multinational companies at Damansara Heights
Schools: SK Bukit Bandaraya, SMK Bukit Bandaraya, HELP University
Medical: 24-hour clinics, Pantai Hospital and University Hospital
Banks: Maybank, CIMB, Hong Leong, HSBC, RHB, Ambank, Public Bank, OCBC, Al Rajhi
Shopping: Bangsar Shopping Centre, Bangsar Village, Mid Valley Megamall
F&B: Cafes, coffee shops, restaurants along Jalan Telawi
Entertainment: Pubs, kopitiams & cafes along Jalan Telawi
Recreation: Bangsar Sports Complex
 Accessibility
Distance: Approximately 6.9 km or 10 minutes’ drive (without traffic) to Parliament House via Jalan Maarof & Jalan Bangsar
Public transport: 2.6km to Bangsar LRT Station

Viewing strictly thru appointment:-
Call En Putra at

012-2615337 (Maxis)

Email: putra.iec.properties@gmail.com

Thank you.

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