Gamuda Garden’s Illaria Hillside Homes had a special public preview on 10th October (Saturday). Illaria Hillside Homes It consists of townhouses and two-storey link homes. Sizes ranged from 18′ x 65′ to 22′ x 70′. Prices… this is within Gamuda Gardens yeah. It starts from RM480,000. How’s the result? One word, positive.
In many conversations, the naysayers continue to insist they will only buy when the market crashes. Here we are, debating those who said the property market is going to collapse and doing our best to provide numbers and analysis. Well, this latest launch (NOT somewhere with a KL address) which has somehow attracted 2,800 registrations.
Article in theedgemarkets.com The public preview was just a few days before the start of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). It was a special 2-hour preview for registrants. Illaria Hillside Homes is located at the peak of Gamuda Gardens and it comprises three-storey townhouses and two-storey link homes with three to four bedrooms. The land areas of Illaria Hillside homes vary from 18′ x 65′ to 22′ x 70′.
Chu Wai Lune, General Manager of Gamuda Gardens said, “Residents at Illaria Hillside Homes can look forward to the scenic view of Gamuda Gardens or spend evenings gazing at the stars from the hilltop viewing platform. At the 3.6ha private park located within the precinct, residents can find an outdoor playground and obstacle course, and a yoga space for residents of all ages.”
Chu added that Illaria Hillside Homes is also all about its community and social spaces. These include a community garden, fruit orchard and a Sakura Lane. Co-living amenities such as a community kitchen, a barbecue area and a hilltop co-working space also make this an enviable address. The development also benefits from its auspicious layout – translating into an abundance of good, positive energy for residents. Do read the full article here which also includes many comments from the buyers too. Article in theedgemarkets.com
By the way, buying a home within Gamuda Gardens are likely to be people looking to become a resident there. If they were buying so that they could rent out the properties in the future, I think there are many more choices nearer to KL city centre yeah. Probably some of them were attracted to the whole Gamuda Gardens because it is designed as a township of 810 acres with many facilities and of course the many cascading waterfall features too.
Well, perhaps the current COVID-19 has also helped many to decide to move a little further away but for a much bigger space and environment. After all, working from home seems to have become a norm these days. If you happened to be one of those who booked a unit, let us know why you booked it yeah. Cheers.
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