Peace, privacy and pretty views


(Top) The Clovers’ signature ‘green wall’ will welcome residents home in the evening.(Right) QuayWest Residences’ lifestyle facilities include a clubhouse and infinity pool with lovely views.

ASIA Green Group’s The Clovers condominium in Sungai Ara, Penang, is a sanctuary offering a life of auspiciousness.

Completed with Certificate of Compliance and Completion (CCC) obtained, it has three 42-storey towers with a total of 892 units.

These blocks — Spes (representing Hope), Fides (Faith) and Fortuna (Fortuna) — are laid out in the shape of a clover.

The freehold development’s green surroundings and strategic location provide peace, ease, comfort and convenience.

Available units are priced from RM680,000. These will be open for sale at the StarProperty.my Fair 2018 in Queensbay Mall from Oct 11 to 14.

Notable are the larger units with built-ups of 1,633sq ft that have six bedrooms and a dual-key concept, which enables one unit to be shared by two separate tenants.

The Clovers signature ‘green wall’ feature will be a welcome sight for residents to come home to each day. (Oct 2, 2018)

The Clovers signature ‘green wall’ feature will be a welcome sight for residents to come home to each day. (Oct 2, 2018)

All types come with stunning views of the hills or sea, and are served by two private lifts that afford direct access to homes.

Residents will be pampered with a host of lifestyle facilities including three different swimming pools, Jacuzzi, gymnasium, children’s playground, BBQ area and a half-basketball court.

There is also a unique Jungle Trek — a serene 14,000sq ft trail winds around the property. More nature can be found in The Clovers’ other green features like a signature green wall.

Connectivity is a breeze with the Penang International Airport just a short drive away and the second Penang Bridge is easily accessible via Jalan Tun Dr Awang and also Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah.

If life by the waterfront is what you yearn for, Asia Green’s other signature development QuayWest Residences is worth considering.

Located on a 7.4-acre freehold plot just five minutes from Queensbay Mall, it has twin 24-storey towers with 1,235 stylish condominiums.

These are also served by a pair of private lifts for discreet and quick access to individual units which are sized between 750sq ft and 2,013sq ft.

All designed to offer functionality and comfort, the layouts range from two-bedroom units to spacious duplexes that feel like a landed home in the sky.

Some units also have an innovative dual- key concept which is ideal for extended families living together or owners wanting to rent out the adjoining unit.

Facilities include a rooftop infinity pool with sweeping views of the sea and Pulau Jerejak, a children’s pool, lazy pool, Sky Jacuzzi, children’s play area, sky deck with lounge, viewing deck and Linear Garden.

There are also private cabanas, a gymnasium-cum-dancing room, entertainment room, multipurpose hall plus conference and reading rooms.

Strategically located between both the Penang bridges, the project offers good connectivity via the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway.

Being near Queensbay Mall, the freehold QuayWest is surrounded by lifestyle amenities. Completion is targeted for mid-2020.

To find out more, visit Asia Green at booth C9 during the four-day fair open from 10.30am to 10.30pm daily. Entrance is free.

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