BINWAN Development’s Gelugor Heights @ Tasek Gelugor on mainland Penang puts luxury within reach of more Malaysians.
An exclusive residential spread across two-hectare (five acres) of prime land, it offers 40 stylish semi-detached homes and bungalows.
Check them out at the StarProperty.my Fair 2018 in Queensbay Mall which starts tomorrow and runs until Sunday.
The semi-detached units are available in two configurations — Type A with built-up of 3,200sq ft and lot size of 34ft x 100ft, and Type B at 2,800sq ft and 33ft x 70ft respectively. Prices are currently discounted, and start at RM539,999.
The bungalows have a built up of 3,700sq ft and sit on land sized from 3,282sq ft to 4,477sq ft. These have price tags of RM1.5mil onwards.
All types are designed for modern lifestyles and have features such as attached bathrooms for all rooms, separate wet and dry kitchens, as well as high-speed Internet provision.
They are also stratified properties and come with clubhouse facilities. Buyers can choose from bare units, semi-bare furnished units or fully furnished units.
Construction is currently around 70% complete. Certificate of Completion and Compliance is expected to be obtained by the end of 2018.
Gelugor Height’s strategic location within the north Seberang Prai administrative district makes it easily accessible via major roads such as Jalan Tasek Gelugor and Jalan Jalan Lunas (Kulim), 10km-away from Bertam tollgate and three minutes to Tasek Gelugor ETS railway station.
It is close to various amenities. The Tasek Gelugor railway station, market, several schools and bank branches are all within a five-minute drive.
Also nearby is a police station, health clinic, fire station, sports complex, hospital, industrial training institute and hypermarket.
The Penang International Airport and Penang Bridge can be reached in around 30 minutes, offering connectivity to many other places of interest.
To find out more about the homes, visit Binwan at booth 8B (beside Secret Recipe) during the four-day fair, open from 10.30am to 10.30pm daily.
Entrance is free.
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