Sold for: RM1.3 million (about RM110 psf based on land area)
Concluded by: Elvie Ho (REN 22102, 012-303 3788) of Reapfield Properties (H.Q) Sdn Bhd
When: November 2019
● Land area: 11,743 sq ft
● Built-up: 3,000 sq ft
● Semi furnished with basic fittings and lighting
● 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
● Nearby amenities: Within 5km of Tesco Extra Shah Alam, Giant Hypermarket, Shah Alam Convention Centre, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Golf and Country Club and hospitals
● Easy access to the Federal Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), North-South Expressway Central Link (Elite), Kemuning-Shah Alam Highway (LKSA), 15km from Subang Airport, 55km away from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and around 30km to Kuala Lumpur city centre
Section 9 in Shah Alam comprises retail and commercial properties, hotels, schools and some government agencies. Terraced houses, semidees and bungalows make up the residences in Section 9.
Elvie Ho from Reapfield Properties said homebuyers like Section 9 for its location and amenities as well as its serene and lush surroundings. There are landed homes here with large land sizes especially bungalows.
Ho who concluded this bungalow house sale, said the seller loved the house but it was a challenge for her to maintain the more than 10,000 sq ft property as she got older. Hence, she decided to downsize and sell off the house.
“The buyer was looking for a spacious home and found that this bungalow not only offered a large outdoor space but was in a quiet and nice neighbourhood. The property was also well-maintained,” he added.
EdgeProp.my data showed that there were two Section 9 bungalows that were sold for an average price of RM1.82 million or RM165 psf in 2018.
Meanwhile, in January 2020, there were 25 similar sized bungalows in Sections 9, 11 and 13 listed for sale on EdgeProp.my. Their asking prices averaged RM2.54 million or RM325 psf.