HOME hunters and investors seeking choice property at affordable prices should consider Desa Ku in Padang Meha, Kedah, marketed by MBI Desa Ku Sdn Bhd (MDK).
The mixed housing development project sprawls over 248 acres of land and when completed, will be a vibrant township with some 2,000 residences and shop offices as well as complete amenities.
It will be featured at the Star Property Fair 2016 in Sunway Carnival Mall, Penang, from Thursday to Sunday.
Currently under construction is Phase 2 of Desa Ku with 118 units, of which 88 are single-storey semi-detached homes priced at RM288,000.
The rest comprises 15 double-storey terrace homes costing RM238,000 and 15 double-storey shop offices with a price tag of RM558,000.
They are scheduled for completion by the end of this year.
The semi-detached unit has a built-up of 1,340sq ft and sits on plots sized 27ft x 70ft.
It comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large car porch that fits two vehicles side by side, high ceiling to facilitate better lighting and ventilation as well as sliding and folding gate.
The terrace units have more generous living spaces at 1,995sq ft on land sized 20ft x 70ft.
Each unit has four bedrooms, a family area on the first floor, and a large and airy porch for two vehicles.
Meanwhile, the shop offices come with built-ups of 2,660sq ft and a land area of 20ft x 70ft. They front the Butterworth-Kulim Expressway (BKE), giving them excellent visibility.
They boast of an open layout concept with ample parking spaces.
MDK, a project financing and property consultant firm specialising in the marketing of residential and commercial property, will soon introduce upcoming parcels in Desa Ku.
These include 380 single-storey semi- detached and double-storey terrace houses plus double-storey shop offices which are under construction.
Approximately four acres has also been set aside for a double-storey convention center with 47,000sq ft of built-up area.
To be known as the MBI Convention Hall, it will be one of the largest of its kind in the northern region of Malaysia outside Penang, once completed.
Construction of the centre is currently in progress.
The structure will one day be an iconic sight to those plying the BKE to the East- West Highway via Baling, Kedah, and Grik, Perak.
Also coming up in the township are landscaped parks, clubhouse facilities, bicycle lanes, petrol stations, community spaces, kindergarten, mosque and public transport stations.
Desa Ku’s strategic location near the Lunas Interchange makes it easily accessible via the BKE which also leads towards the Kulim Hi-Tech Park’s Phases I, II and III alongside its Phase IV Industrial Park.
Also nearby is the Inokom assembly plant which is one of the largest automotive factories in the northern region as well as established residential and commercial neighbourhoods and the 300-acre SME Kulim industrial lot.
The BKE also links to the Seberang Jaya township which boasts of various banks, Sunway Carnival Mall, shops, food and beverage outlets, hospitals, schools and government agencies.
All these factors should make Desa Ku a choice address for residents and offer great potential returns for investors.
To find out more, visit the company at booth S14 during the fair which is open from 10am to 10pm daily. Entrance is free.
Visitors to the property fair can have a good time taking part in the Spin & Win competition.
It offers prizes like four Samsung Galaxy A7, four Samsung Tab A 8.0, four Samsung Galaxy J2 and 28 sets of Parkson vouchers worth RM100 each.
For more details, call 04-6473838 ext 3899 (Maggie).