GAMUDA GARDENS’ ILLARIA HILLSIDE HOMES FULLY TAKEN UP


Buyers were initially attracted to Illaria’s attractive price for a landed home, but were further convinced of its value after seeing the development and understanding the development features.

GAMUDA Gardens’ Illaria Hillside Homes was snapped up in just two hours during a recent public preview.

The special two-hour preview, which was held from 10am to noon on Oct 10 at the Gamuda Gardens Experience Gallery, garnered more than 2,800 registrants prior to the preview.

Illaria Hillside Homes comprises three-storey townhouses and two-storey link homes with three to four bedrooms. The land areas of Illaria Hillside homes vary from 18ft x 65ft, 20ft x 65ft and up to 22ft x 70ft.

With a total gross development value of RM257mil, Illaria Hillside Homes sits on a 13.8ha park. Planned during the pandemic, the homes incorporate multifunctional designs. They take into consideration changes in lifestyle and what homebuyers now look for as a result of the pandemic and quarantine experience.

Illaria Hillside Homes is also all about its community and social spaces. These include a fruit orchard, community garden and a Sakura Lane. Co-living amenities such as a community kitchen, a barbecue area and a hilltop co-working space also make this an enviable township. The development also benefits from its auspicious layout – translating into an abundance of positive energy for residents.“Residents at Illaria Hillside Homes can look forward to the scenic view of Gamuda Gardens or spend evenings gazing at the stars from the hilltop viewing platform.

“At the 3.6ha private park located within the precinct, residents can find an outdoor playground and obstacle course, and a yoga space for residents of all ages, ” said Gamuda Gardens general manager Chu Wai Lune.

Prospective buyers were seen queuing up since 8.30am.Prospective buyers were seen queuing up since 8.30am.

Observing all the standard operating procedures including physical distancing, prospective buyers were seen queuing at the gallery from 8.30am to book their preferred unit.

Kevin Yap, who was there with his wife Sara since 8.30am, said they had been anticipating the preview for some time and were very grateful to have been able to secure their preferred unit. The couple is no stranger to Gamuda Gardens, having visited the Central Park for recreational activities in the past.

“We simply love the green spaces here. It gives us a very positive vibe to be surrounded by nature. With the attractive starting price for Illaria, we knew this was our opportunity to own a home here, ” Yap added.

Another buyer, Ryan Chan, who booked the two-storey link house, said he too was initially fascinated by the attractive price for a landed home, and was further convinced of Illaria’s value after seeing the development and understanding the development features.

“This is the first development in this town where the landed homes are priced from RM480,000. So, it’s been designed for the new era and also priced right for the current market, ” said Chu.

Within two hours, the units offered in the first phase of Illaria Hillside Homes were taken up.Within two hours, the units offered in the first phase of Illaria Hillside Homes were taken up.

The overwhelming response and enthusiasm from prospective buyers, in spite of the pandemic, are a testament to the extensive planning that has gone into crafting the town.

“We have thought through the design of the township, from the layout of the streets to offer good access and connectivity for the community to the way the 20ha pet-friendly central park with its two waterfalls and five cascading lakes anchor the entire township.

“And the fact that prospective buyers can experience the completed placemaking at Gamuda Gardens – that is the evidence they need, as seeing is believing, ” Chu concluded.

To find out more, visit gamudaland.com.my/gamudagardens or call 03-2727 7438.

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