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Monday, December 31, 2007

Nam Fatt's Esente offers urban escape - the property is wired with a smart home system and designed to facilitate working from home

COUNTRY LIVING: Artist's impression of Esente Luxury residences

Property developer Nam Fatt Corp will be launching its latest boutique high-end residences at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Golf Club (KGSAAS) in Shah Alam, Selangor, in September.

Called Esente, the contemporary luxury residences will comprise 13 exclusive and 12 semi-detached units as well as a bungalow.

Esente, which is Italian for "free", is situated in the high-security Zone C of the 240ha golf and residential community.

According to Nam Fatt, the development Esente@KGSAAS offers an escape for urbanites seeking a country-living lifestyle as the surroundings are pleasant and tranquil.

"An Esente home is one which is intelligently designed, comprehensively equipped with technology, and well laid out to facilitate conventional living while minimising clutter and opening up living spaces for unconventional working from home," the company said in a statement.

The Esente home is wired with a smart home system, which allows for lightening automation, panic button and data points in every room, among other features.

Internet connectivity is available throughout the property to facilitate residents working from home.

Nam Fatt said that Esente@KGSAAS goes beyond simple visual aesthetics as the highly-functional design also takes into account key elements of the tropical climate.

The property is cross-ventilated and extensively shaded, while the interiors are marked by plenty of natural light.

The semi-detached units are designed to appear like a bungalow with the pond that separates the two adjoining units within a single structure.

Nam Fatt is also releasing its limited stock of "reserved" bungalow plots for a more personalised creation.

By New Straits Times (by Hamisah Hamid)

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