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Thursday, March 20, 2008

OSK goes high end in Damansara

A landscaped linear park and jogging trails will be some of the facilities in the guarded precinct.

Guarded enclave offers terraces from RM433,000

Once upon a time, not too long ago, actually, the area in Selangor between the North Klang Valley Expressway's Sungai Buloh toll plaza and the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong intersection with the Middle Ring Road II was known as a place for mass affordable homes.

Such was the stereotype because of townships such as Damansara Damai and Bandar Sri Damansara.

How times have changed. With the arrival of the Sierramas and Valencia residential enclaves, the area has moved perceptibly upmarket and the latest project to reinforce this trend is Sutera Damansara.

A joint venture between Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd and OSK Property Holdings Bhd, this guarded development with a landscaped recreational park and jogging trails will feature 431 units of double-storey terraces and three-storey corner lots in its first phase called Sutera Ria.

Its standard unit with dimensions of 22ft by 75ft will have four-plus-one bedrooms and three baths in 2,305sq ft of space, while the three-storey version will have an extra bedroom and bath.

Priced from RM433,350 to RM1,193,400 , the tropical-designed units will be specified with column-free porches to allow two cars to be parked side-by-side and high ceilings on the ground floor.

The price range means the likely buyers will be those who can afford monthly repayments starting from RM2,300.

The leasehold phase is slated for completion by January 2010 and is accessible from Jalan Sungai Buloh via Damansara Damai.

For more information, please call 03-7726 7577 or visit website

By New Straits Times (by Zuhaila Sedek)

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