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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Developer transforms properties into exclusive high-end abodes

Those looking for property in niche areas such as Bukit Ledang, Bukit Tunku and Damansara Heights should consider the exclusive high-end properties developed by Ingenious Network Sdn Bhd (INSB).

The boutique developer’s expertise is in transforming old properties in the Klang Valley into exclusive high-end abodes.

INSB managing director John Tan said the company would acquire old properties in niche localities, demolish them and build new designs in their place.

“It is a ‘build-then-sell’ concept. Either the buyer purchases the property the way it is presented or we make modifications to the home, both to the interior and exterior, the way the new owners see it fit,” said Tan.

Tan: ‘We strongly believe there is a good market for niche products.’

Unique: A glass house project that is nearing completion in Bukit Damansara.

Alluring: This three-storey project in Bukit Damansara comes with an inviting swimming pool.

He said it was the company’s policy to deliver houses that were of value for money and user-friendly, which means ensuring good quality workmanship and good quality furnishings and fittings from the United States and Germany.

Some houses, especially those in Bukit Ledang, are also fitted with lifts to ensure that the needs of the purchaser are well taken care of till old age.

Although the company has acquired several old properties in the Klang Valley which is being transformed, their concentration is however the Ledang Court property in Bukit Ledang and in Bukit Tunku.

Some of the properties have a built-up of 5,000 to 6,000 sq ft and priced as much as RM7 million.

“We strongly believe there is a good market for niche products,’’ he added

Tan said the company’s emphasis was the locality and they would go to any length to purchase old properties for the right price.

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By The Star (by Charles Fernandez

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