SEMENYIH (JULY 28): S P Setia will be having a preview of the first single-storey bungalows at its Setia EcoHill township development in Semenyih this weekend.
Known as Kingsville, the 184 bungalow units will be made available in three phases. Phase 1 comprises 59 units of single-storey and 16 units of one-and-a-half-storey bungalows with built-ups ranging from 2,373 sq ft to 3,273 sq ft. The selling price starts from RM1.28 million. Phase 1 is slated for completion by September 2019.
“The English-inspired architecture of the homes exude a modern take of colonial-style residences. It features an open space concept for the layout design. We are building single-storey bungalows to cater to small families, empty-nesters, families with elderly members and terraced house owners who would like to upgrade their lifestyle,” said general manager of Setia EcoHill SM Koh in a statement today.
He added that the demand for single-storey bungalows are high, but the market supply is rather limited. “We saw the need to build homes that the market needs.”
Koh expressed confidence that the response would be overwhelming due to its practical design, award-winning landscape features and the complete facilities and amenities.
The bungalows in Kingsville feature high ceilings, practical layouts without stairs and generous land sizes. The houses will be pre-installed with solar heating and rainwater harvesting systems. Kingsville will be a gated and guarded community with central monitoring system for 24-hour security.
Some of the amenities nearby are Tenby International School and the Setia EcoHill community clubhouse Club 360, which is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
“Residents will not need to travel out of town with the conveniences of EcoHill Taipan, the township’s first commercial project to be completed by 3Q this year and the upcoming EcoHill Walk,” SP Setia said.
EcoHill Walk is currently under construction with its lifestyle shops now open for sale and is expected to attract patrons from neighbouring townships such as Kajang, Cheras and Bangi with its many lifestyle retail shops and beautiful water features.
Accessibility is via the LEKAS-EcoHill Link, which will be connected with other key expressways such as South Klang Valley Expressway, Cheras-Kajang Expressway, New Klang Valley Expressway, North-South Expressway, Silk Highway and the soon-to-be-completed East Klang Valley Expressway, all of which will provide a shorter drive to the other main cities as well as KL city centre.