Housebuyers getting keys in phases


Celebrity Yasmin Hani (right) receiving a mock key to her house in Gamuda Gardens from Ngan.

Property developer Gamuda Land has delivered vacant possession for its houses in two of its new townships that fit the new norm lifestyle.

It has begun the handover process for the first phase in Gamuda Gardens in Sungai Buloh and twentyfive.7 in Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam.

Lucent Residence in twentyfive.7, a 104ha self-sustained township, was launched in 2017. It comprises 181 units of superlink houses and 98 units of semi-detached houses.

To date, about 80% of Lucent Residence have been sold and its units are being handed over in phases on appointment basis.

On the northern side of Klang Valley, Gamuda Gardens will see the delivery of vacant possession for 562 units of two-storey terrace houses in the Village Homes precinct, which has direct access to a waterfront village, clubhouse and a 20.2ha pet-friendly central park. These houses were also launched in 2017 and more than 83% had been sold, with only limited units available.

“We warmly welcome our new community to their new home, which we are glad to say befits the new normal lifestyle, ” said Gamuda Land chief executive officer Ngan Chee Meng.

“Our customers’ feedback tells us that they highly anticipate the handover and cannot wait to move in to their new homes.

“This assures us once again that with mindful town-making, a good town such as Gamuda Gardens and twentyfive.7 take into consideration people’s lifestyle beyond their home place.

“When people visit our towns, they will get a feel of the town’s personality and will want to be a part of it, ” he said.

True to its promise of delivering more than just a home place for the community, the facilities, conveniences and infrastructure are already in place prior to handover.

Both townships feature a completed pet-friendly central park where the community can gather and get to know their neighbours, aside from lush landscaping, placemaking spaces, high-speed broadband and proper access roads.

While twentyfive.7 has Quayside Mall, a lifestyle waterfront community mall with a unique concept that is opening in December, Gamuda Gardens features a waterfront village where the neighbourhood’s conveniences are located.

With a heightened need to improve one’s well-being due to the pandemic, houseowners in Gamuda Gardens can enjoy clubhouse facilities at Gardens Wellness Club overlooking the majestic waterfall and just a short stroll away from their houses.

The club is fitted with an Olympic-length swimming pool, a well-equipped gym, eight badminton courts as well as a dance room and sauna.

Right next to the wellness club is a neighbourhood waterplay park called Big Bucket Splash, where children can have some splashing fun.

Besides having direct access to the central park, homes in Gamuda Gardens and twentyfive.7 feature practical layouts, making it easier for residents to convert their home space according to their lifestyle needs.

Windows and skylights are strategically placed to maximise natural daylight and views of outdoor greenery.

Linear parks in both townships allow more access to green and open space within the precincts, improving overall well-being of the community.

Residents with pets will appreciate the pet-friendly spaces in both townships, where their pets will have space to run around.

Gamuda Land chief operating officer Aw Sei Cheh noted: “We understand that handover is probably the most crucial process of our customers’ property ownership journey with us, as it is the first time they will be seeing their dream home after months of anticipation.

“We are glad to be able to keep to our promise and deliver vacant possession at this time, giving our customers something exciting to look forward to.”

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