Sungai Buloh development holds promise for young households


Tan says the Bandar Seri Coalfields development, where Ixora Residences is located, is expected to become a major focal point in Sungai Buloh.

KLK Land Sdn Bhd, the property development arm of listed plantation company KLK Bhd, says its latest offering in the Bandar Seri Coalfields township development in Sungai Buloh will make ideal homes for young families.

The two-storey link houses of the Ixora Residences phase feature expansive built-up areas between 2,281sq ft and 3,033sq ft, four bedrooms and attached bathrooms, two built-in units of storage water heaters, 12ft high ceilings and pre-installed automatic gates.

Prices for the homes start from RM630,000.

The company has plans for a total of 226 units, which will be built in three phases – with the second having just being launched.

Units of the second phase are still under construction and are expected to be completed by mid-2017.

This latest development is part of the company’s comprehensive 1,000-acre Bandar Seri Coalfields township, a freehold development with dedicated commercial hubs, public amenities like schools, hypermarkets, police station, and recreational facilities like a private clubhouse and 20-hectare park.

1 The Ixora Residences link homes will feature built-up areas ranging from 2,281sq ft to 3,033sq ft. 2 Tan says the Bandar Seri Coalfields development, where Ixora Residences is located, is expected to become a major focal point in Sungai Buloh. — SHAARI CHE MAT/The Star
Tan says the Bandar Seri Coalfields development, where Ixora Residences is located, is expected to become a major focal point in Sungai Buloh. — SHAARI CHE MAT/The Star

To-date, KLK Land has delivered more than 1,000 homes in Bandar Seri Coalfields.

“Buyers of the homes in Bandar Seri Coalfields comprise families and working executives from places like Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur and Sungai Buloh who seek landed homes with affordable price tags,” said KLK Land managing director Datuk David Tan Thean Thye.

Tan added that the township offered a conducive environment for young families as it was away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The township is easily accessed via the KL-Kuala Selangor Express­way, Guthrie Corridor Expressway, New Klang Valley Expressway, Damansara-Puchong Expressway and the upcoming Damansara-Shah Alam Elevated Expressway.

Tan also said there were plans to have multiple access points and better connectivity to the area through various forms of public transportation like Mass Rapid Transit and railways, both which are currently being proposed.

Bandar Seri Coalfields is part of 2,630 hectares which KLK Land says it intends to turn into a major focal point in Sungai Buloh, and part of the Greater KL North area with Shah Alam North and Puncak Alam.

“We are already in the midst of working on plans for the other 2,226 hectares and we envision a great city in the making, offering home buyers and investors choice properties,” Tan said.

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