Bukit Damansara is home to the National Science Centre and the National Palace. It is also the address of an upscale residential area which is surrounded by various amenities and easily accessible via Jalan Semantan, Jalan Damansara and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim.
IQI Realty Sdn Bhd real estate agent Swiss Tan, who co-broked a bungalow unit in Bukit Damansara this June, told EdgeProp.my that Bukit Damansara, or widely known as Damansara Heights, is one of the most affluent and exclusive neighbourhoods in Kuala Lumpur.
She shared that the double-storey bungalow house is a good deal as the asking price was very reasonable. There were more than 10 real estate negotiators marketing the bungalow simultaneously as everyone knew it was a rare supply in the market.
“The semi-furnished modern design bungalow is in very good condition. It has a calming hill and forest view from the second floor, which is one of the biggest selling points of the unit,” Tan noted.
The unit was taken by a couple in their early 30s in the first viewing. “They absolutely loved this unit, and it was approved by their feng shui master.”
Meanwhile, the seller let go of this unit to move to another property.
According to EdgeProp Research, some 44 transactions of landed properties in Bukit Damansara were recorded in 2019 with an average transaction price of RM4.61 million or RM833 psf based on land size.
As at Oct 2020, 15 landed properties in Bukit Damansara changed hands this year at an average price of RM5.25 million or RM835 psf based on land size.
At the same period, some 158 landed properties of Bukit Damansara were listed on EdgeProp.my for sale. The average asking price was RM6.77 million or RM981 psf. Meanwhile, 25 landed properties were listed for rent with an average asking monthly rental of RM12,450 or RM1.50 psf.
Planning to buy or sell a home? With EdgeProp's FREE transacted price tool, you can check past transaction prices for any property by name or area and make an informed decision.
Get the latest news @ www.EdgeProp.my