• The 29-storey LEA by the Hills will have 344 residential units in total
  • Built-ups ranging from 1,050 to 1,243 sq ft

PETALING JAYA (July 4): OSK Property has launched its low-density leasehold residential development called LEA by the Hills in Taman Melawati, Selangor on Saturday (July 2).

In a statement on Saturday, OSK Property chief executive officer Ong Ghee Bin said: “LEA by the Hills is perfect for first-time homebuyers, young professionals, upgraders as well as downsizers who are seeking a comfortable space where they can call home. This is a project that offers a sense of exclusivity and privacy, as the Taman Melawati neighbourhood consists of mainly upscale landed homes and is considered a premium location.”

Sitting on a 2.9-acre parcel in Taman Nadayu, LEA by the Hills will comprise a 29-storey tower with 344 residential units in total. The development sits in a peaceful and quiet enclave within Taman Melawati, as well as offers spectacular views of the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge and is a short drive away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre.

With only 12 units per floor, the typical units at LEA by the Hills will come in layouts of three bedrooms, two bathrooms with a utility room, or four bedrooms, two bathrooms with a balcony, with built-ups ranging from 1,050 to 1,243 sq ft. There are six limited exclusive units that will come with a specially designed private terrace.

Due for completion in the third quarter of 2026, all of the units are designed with functional layouts and spacious living areas with prices starting from RM560,000.

“It is our privilege to offer homebuyers homes that are nature-oriented and value-focused, yet still come with the exclusivity and comfort that urban communities yearn for. A key attraction of LEA by the Hills is its surroundings, as one gets to live close to ample greenery with beautiful nature views,” he added.

According to the developer, the development is an attractive proposition for home seekers who want a comfortable and well-designed home within a mature neighbourhood. The project will also offer a 24-hour multi-tier security system, which is a feature that families with young children, urban professionals and those with busy lifestyles will appreciate.

In addition, LEA by the Hills will have three sections on level one, namely Dynamic Zone, Aquatic Zone and Leisure Zone, offering facilities such as a 30m-long infinity pool, hammock garden, multi-gen playground, dining pavilion, floating cabana and mini forest deck. It will cater for residents from all walks of life, from the young to the elderly. The maintenance fee, inclusive of the sinking fund, is 29 sen psf per month.

In terms of connectivity, the development enjoys easy access via the Middle Ring Road 2, Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway, Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway, Setiawangsa-Pantai Expressway and Jalan Genting Kelang. Nearby amenities include Melawati Mall, KL East Mall and Wangsa Walk Mall, SK Taman Melawati, SK Taman Melawati 2, SMK Taman Melawati, Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA), Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Fairview International School, Columbia Asia Hospital, KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

 

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