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Monday, April 7, 2008

The natural upgrade

Mah Sing's Hijauan Residence aims to satisfy the growing demand among home improvers to rediscover nature

If you’re looking to move up the home ownership ladder because you believe it’s “greener on the other side”, here’s one place that actually lives up to the adage.

Situated on 42 acres of freehold land on the periphery of the Klang Valley’s Hulu Langat Forest Reserve is Hijauan Residence, an eco-themed gated-andguarded enclave that will exclusively comprise semi-dees and bungalows.

Adding to its appeal is the fact that the project is in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, which is fast becoming a sought-after address due to the area’s improved infrastructure and amenities in recent years.

Developed by Mah Sing Group Bhd (MSG) subsidiary, Loyal Sierra Development Sdn Bhd, Hijauan Residence has proven to be popular among buyers looking to reconnect with nature, with all the semi-dees and link semi-dees offered in its first phase almost sold out.

Winning them over, said the developer, is the project’s green hilly backdrop, fresh and cool surroundings, eyecatching entrance statement, promise of extensive landscaping, and the “green street” concept that promotes a safer as well as more contemporary environment.

In terms of security, MSG pointed out that each phase will have individual guardhouses and 24-hour surveillance.

To encourage a healthy community, Hijauan Residence will also feature a resort-themed clubhouse equipped with facilities such as a swimming pool, gym and other amenities.

For those who missed out on the first opportunity, the good news is that the second phase is poised for launch and is now open for registration.

This time, the offer comprises 30 houses that will come in a variety of types ranging from double-storey semi-dees to large three-storey bungalows.

With the bungalows going for under RM1 million, Hijauan Residence represents a value buy, since simillar units in the area are pricier.

The second phase units will be styled with the “three-generation” home concept, and come with high ceilings, large windows that allow plenty of natural lighting inside, an outdoor shower in the master bedroom, a smart home alarm system and a porch that can fit three cars.

To give prospective buyers a clearer insight into the lifestyle proposition Hijauan Residence is offering, Mah Sing has built a show house on site.

The project's location at the periphery of the forest reserve, just minutes from the city, offers the best of both convenient and healthy living

By New Straits Times (by Chris Prasad)

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