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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Ara Hill’s Phase 2 launch well received

PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Property has launched the second and final phase of its Ara Hill development now that sales of Phase 1 have reached more than 80%. To date, almost 50% of Phase 2 has been snapped up within two weeks.

The interior of one of Ara Hill's show units

Located in Ara Damansara, Phase 2 of Ara Hill offers 49 low-rise villas and 133 condominium units. The villas have built-ups of 1,948 to 4,715 sq ft and are priced between RM883,900 and
RM2.2 million. The condos have built-ups between 1,442 and 4,532 sq ft and are priced
from RM566,900 to RM2.26 million. There are two blocks with 16 design layouts to choose from.

The exclusive freehold project of Ara Hill was planned as a resort setting offering lush greenery and plenty of water features. In fact, almost 50% of the 16- acre Ara Hill will be covered
with ponds, fountains, gardens and other landscaping features upon completion in 2009. The developer has roped in popular songstress Camelia as its brand ambassador.

Ara Hill has a gross development value of RM350 million and an average selling price of RM420 psf. Maintenance has been set at 30 sen psf.

Phase 1, which was launched in February offered 218 low-rise villas and condos with built-ups ranging from 1,300 to 5,000 sq ft. Prices start from RM475,000 onwards with 11 design
layouts to choose from.

There will be a clubhosue offering a wide range of facilities that include a cascading free-form
swimming pool, playground, gym and tennis courts, each unit comes with two car parks. The more expensive units come with three car parks and a garage.

Ara Hill is accessible from the Federal Highway via the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport road, the NKVE and the LDP.

By theSun (By Tim Leonard)

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