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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Pleasant precincts to call home

By New Straits Times

With a name like Impian Heights, developer Berinda Properties Sdn Bhd (BPSB) says it has every intention of making dream lifestyles a reality for Johor's homeseekers at its latest residential project.

"We are not assuming we know the inner-most dreams of buyers... we are just offering a house they will want to come home to, and the dream of living safely and securely," BPSB's sales manager Lim Sung Heng said.

Taking shape within BPSB's 3,000-acre Taman Impian Emas township development in Johor Baru's Tebrau locale, the 600-acre freehold offering will be home to upmarket residences that will enjoy green surroundings, a host of leisure facilities and state-of-the-art security.

Impian Heights is offering buyers a wide variety of terraces, villas and bungalows spread over five gatedand- guarded enclaves dubbed Park Precinct, Lake Precinct, Gardens Precinct, Fairway Precinct and Sierra Precinct.

First off the mark will be Park Precinct, which is launched today, comprising 159 units of double-storey terraces, 100 park link villas and 20 exclusive bungalow lots.

Split into two phases, Park Precinct's first phase will have 79 double-storey terraces with 24ft by 80ft units with typical built-up sizes of 2,146sq ft. These units, featuring five bedrooms and five baths, are tagged from RM298,000.

Another 80 terraces will be delivered in phase 2, offering similar dimensions and larger built-up areas of 2,341sq ft. Also offering five bedrooms and five baths, these are priced from RM338,000.

According to BPSB, all terraces are designed to allow for plenty of natural lighting, offer finishings such as polished tile and parquet flooring, and boast porches that can hold two cars side by side.

Park Precinct will also feature 100 units of park link villas, offered in two types.

The first will have lot sizes of 40ft by 90ft and land areas of 3,600sq ft, offering spacious builtup areas of 3,143sq ft. Priced from RM598,000, these units will have five bedrooms, each with an attached bath.

The second variation of the park link villas offers land dimensions of between 48ft by 100ft and 48ft by 105ft, with built-up spaces of between 3,431sq ft and 3,532sq ft. These will be will be tagged from RM698,000.

Besides being able to park three cars in the porch, the park link villas will boast spacious living areas and extra large master bedrooms. A unique selling point is that the dining area will front the garden, making dining a scenic affair.

The precinct's limited bungalows lots, in sizes that start from 14,000sq ft, are being offered from RM65psf.

BPSB said the RM500 million Park Precinct is expected to be completed by December 2009, while information on the other precincts will be released closer to their launch dates.

Residents of the five precincts within Impian Heights will have access to an exclusive clubhouse offering facilities such as Jacuzzi, steam and sauna rooms, a tennis court and a luxury freeform swimming pool.

"At the clubhouse, mothers and daughters can spend a day together at the day spa, friends who visit can be entertained by live bands in the evening, or they can even enjoy international cuisines at the restaurant we plan to open there," Lim said.

Additionally, Impian Heights will boast a 27-hole golf course and landscaping designed by renowned multiaward winning landscape architectural firm Malek Lip & Associates.

Most importantly, Lim said, this lifestyle will be offered within a high-tech secured compound using the latest Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to provide safe access to the individual precinct and homes.

Located within the Iskandar Development Region, Impian Heights and Taman Impian Emas are accessible from several roads, including the new Pontian Interchange, while the North-South Highway is just five minutes away from the development.

Amenities within the area include primary and secondary schools, colleges, a wet market and neighbourhood retail outlets. There are also plans for Chinese and international schools, as well as a shopping centre, in the near future.

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