NOTHING describes a life of fulfilment than coming home to your own comfortable abode and surrounded by your family.
It is the ideal life typified by Baby Boomers in the 1930s to 50s – an image of perfection that’s always complete with a sizable house to symbolise security and a sense of belonging, with comfort and luxury.
Today’s view of a contented family life is more progressive and inclusive, although the sentiments of warmth and security conjured up by owning a home still blaze bright in the hearts of potential buyers.
Buyers today are busier and are more mobile than our forefathers. We also live in a more congested world, where jams and commitments constantly collide and this translates to higher expectations.
As such, accessibility, availability of amenities and affordability are issues that home buyers grapple with when looking to buy at any potential location.
Prime choice north of KL
Tucked in the northern region of the Klang Valley within the municipality of Selayang is Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP), just a stone’s throw away from the prestigious precincts of Shah Alam to the south-west and Rawang to the north-east.
Straddled between these two, BTP taps into the commercial and retail opportunities within these areas and beyond.
This northern township within the Greater Kuala Lumpur plan was established back in the year 2000 and roughly covers an area of about 1,080 hectares, and is the largest this side of the Klang Valley.
The terrain is gentle and is well suited for cultivating a self-sustaining neighbourhood within its booming township.
BTP is plugged into the lifeline of the Klang Valley with links to major road systems such as the LATAR Expressway, the North-South Expressway, and the Guthrie Corridor Expressway, all of which have significantly reduced the travelling distance and time to the city centre.
It is currently home to over 60,000 residents, but its population is expected to expand to about 100,000, which will stimulate subsequent urban development within the populated parts and in new upcoming areas.
And part of this sprawling capacious landscape is the new development of ParkHomes.
Home parked in perfectionParkHomes forms a 4.8ha leasehold property that is set to host 151 units of two-storey terrace houses, each with an allocated build-up of approximately 1,603sqft (148.9sqm).
These homes follow an open community concept which gives the homes a contemporary look that’s similar with affluent urban townships overseas.
Even so, security is an all-important factor to consider. Buyers can rest assured as BTP’s in-house security guards regularly patrol the township, including ParkHomes. The open concept is also integrated into the homes’ design with the living room area, dining and kitchen laid out in a linear fashion without walls.
This provides you a blank slate whereby you can design the blueprint and take your home to a whole new level. Each unit has three bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, while downstairs has a bedroom and a bathroom.
ParkHome houses largely consist of intermediate units with a lot size of 22ft x 75ft (6.7m x 22.9m).
But on top of that, buyers also have the choice of selecting corner (26ft, 7.9m) and special corner lots (40ft, 12.2m), which come with a larger land area and end lots with or without adjoining land.
Step out of your home and you are surrounded by manicured lawns, trimmed hedgerows, an individual park and playground, all within the ParkHomes precinct.
An uplifting lifestyle
BTP also complements your life at ParkHomes with amenities within the larger township area.
You and your family can look forward to a lush 13.4ha central park that offers a verdant respite for residents to relax and indulge in recreational activities.
There is also the popular award-winning 27-hole Tasik Puteri Golf & Country Club where golf enthusiasts can look forward to when they settle down for good in BTP.
To cater to your needs as a resident and for potential investors as well, BTP will soon embark on exciting new concept developments in the immediate and near future.
These exciting developments include a retail hub called Paradise Fair to be completed within two years’ time, with future plans for street shops, offices, SOHO, an education hub, an international school, fast food franchises, recreational activities, commercial banking and a medical centre. Other facilities that will be undertaken by the relevant authorities include a police station, a fire brigade, wet market and community centre.
Exciting progress await
ParkHomes units start from an affordable RM450,000 onwards and the project is currently in its earthwork preparation stage. It is expected to be completed by the end of 2022 or early 2023.
It is developed by Rawang Lakes Sdn Bhd, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Low Yat Group. The group was the main developer for the overall BTP back in the early 2000s.
To date, BTP has garnered an overall sales of about RM98 million since the movement control order (MCO) period.
During this time, its online booking platform (see link below) has been instrumental for helping visitors gain access to brochures, engage with sales consultants, place a booking or even purchase, all while safeguarding their health.
ParkHomes has been open for registration since the MCO and has garnered good response with 98% sold currently.
To know more, visit btphouzdeal.com.my, call 03-6093 5188 or visit the BTP Sales Gallery Rawang using the Waze app to navigate there.
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