S P Setia to launch double-storey terrace homes of Irama Villa IV in Puchong


Due for completion in 2026, Irama Villa IV comprises 38 units of freehold, double- storey terrace homes, and forms part of the 1,904-acre self-sustaining township of Bandar Kinrara, Puchong.

PETALING JAYA: S P Setia Bhd is launching the upcoming phase, Irama Villa IV, marking the final lineup of the Irama Villa series in Bandar Kinrara in Puchong, Selangor comprising 38 units of freehold, double-storey terrace homes on Mar 3, 2024.

In a statement, the developer said the development situated in a mature, vibrant neighbourhood of Bandar Kinrara.

The four to five bedroom-units will have built-ups ranging from 2,414 to 2,927 sq ft with lot sizes of 22’x80’ and 24’x100’, and are targeted towards couples, young families, and upgraders who are seeking for private, spacious homes.

“We are confident that the 38 units will be well-received and taken up swiftly, especially among our affluent target market of families, upgraders in the catchment areas of Puchong who recognise our signature products, and their steady values,” divisional general manager Razly Mohammad Rus said.

“There is a demand for larger floor plans and column-less porches and layouts, particularly ones with sleek, contemporary designs.”

The developer said the Irama Vila IV homes will include sustainable amenities under its concept of Setia eGreenLiving such as the Box 366 food and parcel delivery dropbox, designed by S P Setia.

Due for completion in 2026, Irama Villa IV has a gross development value (GDV) of RM74.1mil, and forms part of the 1,904-acre self-sustaining township of Bandar Kinrara, Puchong. Prices of the units will range from RM1.7mil to RM3.05mil.

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