The median sale at Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is RM 360,000

RM 180,000
RM 229 (PSF)
RM 360,000
RM 366 (PSF)
RM 450,000
RM 453 (PSF)



Sentul is a suburb in northern Kuala Lumpur, situated merely 5km away from the city centre. It is located between matured areas of Titiwangsa and Segambut.

The 294-acre district houses the old Malayan Railway train depot. There are many Hindu temples and churches within Sentul as the distinct was populated by Indian workers at the train depot back in around 1896.

Currently, Sentul’s public transport network is well established with a number of bus stops, Sentul LRT station and Sentul Timur LRT station as well as Sentul KTM station. The upcoming MRT Putrajaya Line (MRT 2) will serve the area with Sentul Barat station which is expected to be operational in 2023.

Major highways include DUKE Highway, Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and Jalan Kuching are linking Sentul with the rest of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. The district is also accessible via Jalan Sentul and Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah.

Property Development

Sentul is generally being divided into two sections. On the north side of the DUKE highway is Sentul Pasar, while on the south side of the highway is Sentul Raya.

A major developer here is YTL Land which initiated a multi-billion ringgit urban renewal project at Sentul in 2002. Before the urban redevelopment project undertaken by YTL Land, railway tracks, historic pre-war living quarters and shops from the yesteryears were all staples of Sentul’s image.

The developer’s renewal plan is made up of Sentul East and Sentul West, divided by the Sentul KTM station and tracks. The master plan involves the development of non-landed homes, commercial offices and retail outlets over phases.

Nowadays, Sentul is a home to many luxury high-rise residential properties such as The Capers, The Saffron, The Fennel and Bayu Sentul, while more new developments are mushrooming especially around Sentul Pasar. The incoming projects include Sky Awani Residensi, One Maxim, Sentul Point Residence and M Centura.

For greeneries and relaxation, there is Metropolitan Batu Park and Sentul Park within the district. Besides, the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) in Sentul Park is the landmark of Sentul and one of the renowned performing art centers in Malaysia.

Past Transactions

Project / TownShipsTypeMedian Price PsfMedian PriceFiled Transactions
Taman Datuk SenuCluster House,Terrace HouseRM 482RM 280,442140 Transactions
Bandar Baru SentulFlat,Condominium/ApartmentRM 310RM 187,725133 Transactions
Flat Sentul Utama, Sentul MurniFlatRM 217RM 148,356121 Transactions
The CapersCondominium/ApartmentRM 706RM 871,946114 Transactions
Sentul Utama CondominiumCondominium/ApartmentRM 385RM 338,363102 Transactions
Sri Suajaya CondominiumCondominium/ApartmentRM 286RM 306,34981 Transactions
Pangsapuri Fasa 3 Bandar Baru SentulFlat,Condominium/ApartmentRM 200RM 122,91077 Transactions
The SaffronCondominium/ApartmentRM 583RM 701,81777 Transactions
Maxim Citylights @ Sentul KLHotel/Service ApartmentRM 401RM 397,47174 Transactions
Pangsapuri MawarCondominium/Apartment,FlatRM 359RM 333,09762 Transactions

Rent and Sale Prices in Sentul

BedroomsSale PriceMonthly RentRental Yield
1RM 383,933RM ----
2RM 419,000RM 1,8805.38%
3RM 475,144RM 1,8164.59%
4RM 591,417RM 2,7125.5%
5RM --RM ----

Price per Square Foot

SectorPrice Psf (Non Landed)Price Psf (Landed)
Area AverageRM 351RM 414
State AverageRM 475RM 509

Highest Price Growth

ProjectsAnnual Growth
Sentul Point Residence0%
M Centura-0.01%

Lowest Price Growth

ProjectsAnnual Growth
Bandar Baru Sentul-0.39%
M Arisa-0.04%