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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Better value at Bangi

By News Straits Times

Home-hunters with a budget of RM450,000 to spend on a landed property in the Klang Valley with good access and growth potential certainly have a lot of choice. Among their picks: Terraces in Selangor's capital of Shah Alam, the suburbs of Cheras and Ampang ... or a semi-detached unit in Bangi.

Often overlooked - undeservingly - because of its slightly "grey" complexion, Bangi has the location, accessibility and promise to put it in the "must-see" list. And here's where Bandar Seri Putra (BSP) comes into the picture.

BSP's double-storey semidees will offer five bedrooms and four baths.

Situated 10 minutes from the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Highway's Sungei Besi toll plaza and served by an interchange it shares with the neighbouring Bukit Mahkota township, Bandar Seri Putra strong suits include its midway position of KL city and Putrajaya as well as the host of educational facilities in the area.

With a RM450,000 budget, buyers can consider one of the 60 units of double-storey semi-detached houses that will be launched together with 23 bungalows next month.

Developed by Bangi Heights Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of main-board listed UM Land Bhd, this newest phase on 14 acres marks the company's move to make BSP a place that will appeal to upgraders.

Its general manager of sales and marketing Lau Boon Ann said the semi-dees will feature four-plus-one bedrooms and will come in three styles ranging from 2,457 sq ft to 2,791 sq ft.

For the bungalows, he said it will be the "first bungalow-and land package offered in the development".
"Buyers can choose from four designs, each with five-plus-one bedrooms," he said.
"With dimensions varying from 55 ft by 80 ft to 80 ft by 70 ft, they will at least 3,329 sq ft of space."
Lau said he expects the bungalows to be tagged from the RM680,000 mark.

The 898-acre BSP that has so far been 11 years in the making and with a current population of 12,000 is characterised by a systematic road network, a host of amenities and recreational facilities, extensive landscaping and dedicated township management services.

Nearby it are institutions of higher learning such as Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Universiti Multimedia, Universiti Tenaga Nasional and Kolej Islam Malaysia.

"Being in one of the country's fastest growing corridors has also boosted property prices in the area... in fact, appreciation has been steady and there's still more capital upside to be had as the eventual population of the township will be 30,000," said Lau.

For more information call Bangi Heights at 03-8927 1611, or surf to

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