Luxury homes close to nature

The Natalea units of Astana Parkhomes have double-volume ceilings for better ventilation.

TRUE to its name, the luxurious Astana Parkhomes in the idyllic surroundings of Sungai Petani, Kedah, redefine the boundaries of wholesome natural living.

Carefully master-planned so parks take centre stage and homes are built around them, this gated and guarded neighbourhood is where every homeowner can step out of their backyard right into reinvigorating green spaces.

Doors open to parklands with jogging trails, seating areas and play equipment. There is plenty of space for children to frolic around in complete abandonment, enjoying outdoor games of yesteryear.

Astana Parkhomes is also a celebration of community, with pockets of shelters and seating areas scattered throughout to encourage residents to get to know their neighbours.

The freehold development’s focus on parks also maximises safety and security as there is no vehicle access into the parks and no roads to cross to get there.

Homes in the strategically located enclave all feature contemporary architecture and spacious floor plans, catering to the needs of a wide spectrum of modern homeowners.

They include the stylish Natalea and Natasya single-storey link bungalows. Both types are set on plots of land measuring 40ft x 80ft.

The Natalea units are priced from RM385,000 and have built-up areas of 32ft x 50ft. Among its key features is the double-volume ceiling at the living area, which not only improves ventilation, but also opens up the space and makes it bright and airy.

The living, dining and dry kitchen areas also have an open concept layout, optimising space whilst offering flexibility for homeowners to lay out their furnishings in various ways. Meanwhile, the spacious kitchen allows for easy cooking and entertaining.

The Natasya units are priced from RM388,000 and have built-up areas of 32ft x 49.5ft. Their facades differ slightly, with a separation at the front between the linked units.

Its spacious dining hall opens to the parks, seamlessly merging the indoors with the outdoors. It similarly has double-volume ceiling at the living area for better ventilation and spaciousness, and an open concept layout for the common areas.

Both Natalea and Natasya units come with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, arranged around the main living spaces.

Also part of this urban community are Davinea single-storey bungalows that sit on land measuring 60ft x 90ft and with built-up areas of 33.5ft x 52.5ft.

These come with four bedrooms and three bathrooms and are ideal for growing families. They are also designed with double-volume ceiling at the living area and a dining hall that opens to parks, thus bring the outdoors inside.

Neris @ Puncak Surya

Another township-style project in Sungai Petani, Puncak Surya has been developed progressively for over a decade with a range of homes that epitomise the notion of ‘affordable style’.

Its latest components are the Neris single-storey linked bungalows that sit on plots sized at 40ft x 80ft. Designed to offer spacious living, they come with built-ups of 30.5ft x 45ft.

The living and dining areas both have open concepts, with the latter also opening to the garden. Each unit has four bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as separate wet and dry kitchens. Prices start from RM299,000.

Both Astana Parkhomes and Puncak Surya are developed by Eupe Kemajuan Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Eupe Corporation Berhad. For more information, call the sales hotlines at 013-4411858 or 04-4240668.

Alternatively, visit, look up eupecorpbhd on Facebook or eupeproperty on Twitter, or download the Eupe Property app available for both iOS and Android.

About the developer

Eupe was founded in 1986, and since then, has become one of Malaysia’s most successful and trusted township developers, having constructed nearly 20,000 homes in Kedah.

Formed in response to the Kedah government’s call to the private sector to undertake the development of low-cost houses during the recession of the mid-1980s, its first project was Taman Ria with 3,376 homes.

At the time, it was one of the largest mass housing projects in the northern region. This was followed by the 6,249-unit Taman Ria Jaya in 1988, as well as the Cinta Sayang Golf and Country Resort which pioneered the concept of living within golf greens.

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