WITH the times and our lifestyles changing due to rapid urbanisation, homeowners now have different expectations when it comes to choosing property.
A residence is no longer just a place of shelter; today’s homeowner is looking for a sanctuary to go home to at the end of a long day – a home complete with all the facilities and amenities to complement daily living.
In one word: liveability.
An intrinsic part of liveability not only involves a restorative building design that focuses on occupant health and wellness, but also its interconnection with surrounding nature.
Community facilities enhance the lives of residents in numerous ways.
Parks provide green space and room to move for the neighbourhood that can serve many purposes as well.
Lush landscapes offer green space and fresh air to people for a breather from their work schedule at home – creating pockets of space for residents to unwind.
Traditionally, buildings have been created to meet certain needs, such as function and comfort, but with minimal focus on how well they fit with the natural surrounding environment.
As a departure from this, Bayu Sutera in the heart of Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban, offers quality living with ample daily essentials complete with abundant greenery for the discerning homeowner.
With this in mind, Bayu Sutera is positioned as the “Living Essence of a Premium Address”.
The neighbourhood itself is evolving into a self-sustaining one and balances a quality social life with privacy by maintaining a personal bubble in public spaces.
“With the change in the way we live, work, socialise and communicate, our neighbourhoods also need to go through a transition to cater to physical distancing without social disintegration,” said chief sales and marketing officer Lim Kok Yee.
The transformation is already visible in the design of new homes – terraces and courtyards are given prominence, while interiors are less rigid to accommodate more transformational spaces and family areas are designed as sterilisation spaces.
There is also an increased focus on enhancing the privacy of home residents.
Its concept and aim to provide a 360-degree residential experience within the development has attracted attention to its price point as a first-class self-sustaining city comprising residential, commercial, industrial, leisure and institutional properties.
All these are integrated with benefits and returns that can further be reaped and enjoyed over many generations to come.
“We strongly believe that a community with good parks and other facilities is a pleasant and sociable place to live in, with a lively outdoor and cultural life.
“Residents spend more time in the community, and therefore are more familiar with one another, and contribute ‘to a sense of community’,” said Lim.
For residents’ peace of mind that their safety is assured, Bayu Sutera will have security measures that include its own Pondok Rukun Tetangga, along with CCTV surveillance and perimeter fencing.
While the ongoing pandemic has wreaked major upheaval in the country, resulting in mid-range properties experiencing slower sales momentum depending on the location, those in mature townships such as Bandar Sri Sendayan still see demand from upgraders and families looking for the perfect place to raise their children.
“The property market is stabilising and undergoing consolidation.
“It is an open and level playing field for those who understand the dynamics to look at strengthening its business propositions.
“The adoption of digitalisation and the move to digitise certain processes online and/or online documents from sales and marketing promotions to adopting the right construction methodology will continue to be carried out by us,” said Lim.
Find your sanctuary in Bayu Sutera by calling 1800-88-2688, or visit www.bayusutera.com and start living a quality life today.