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Saturday, 25 February 2017

(The Star) Ideal home for the family

JOHOR BARU: UDA Land’s latest residential project is the ideal home for families looking to enjoy the comforts of urban living.

The double storey terrace houses at Plumeria Avenue feature a tropical living concept within the bustling southern location of Johor Baru.

The surroundings of Plumeria Avenue in Bandar UDA Utama is currently home to some 200,000 people as it is located near Taman Perling, Taman Sutera Utama, Taman Nusa Bestari and Taman Tan Sri Yacob.

Perfect for a small urban family, the four-bedroom and four-bathroom home boasts a spacious living space and a large garden area especially for the corner units.




The spacious living and dining room.

Not only is the fully tiled porch able to accommodate two cars, those who prefer a larger kitchen would enjoy the extra space at the back, which allows for extensions.

Each corner and end unit also comes with a terraced area and sliding door at the side of the building.

Residents will also be pleased to know that the homes come with a built-in alarm system to provide them with greater peace of mind.

Those looking to reside in the up-and-coming area can choose from two options, Type A and B.

UDA Holdings Bhd managing director Datuk Ahmad Abu Bakar said that the 112 freehold double storey homes in Plumeria Avenue are scheduled for completion by May next year.

“While it is true that competition is growing in southern property segments, our projects continue to thrive as the company caters to current market needs.





Featuring a tropical living concept, residents can enjoy a spacious garden area with the Type A facade.

“We focus on the uniqueness of every product built,” said Ahmad, adding they have a good track record since 1975, with most of UDA Land’s developments being successfully sold out throughout the years.

Plumeria Avenue is easily accessible and within reach of amenities such as banks, hypermarkets, recreational parks, shopping malls, cafes as well as pubic and private schools.

They include hypermarkets such as Tesco, Giant and Aeon Big, as well as banks such as Maybank, Public Bank and CIMB, making the residential area a convenient place for shopping and to run errands.

Further boosting the development’s value as an ideal location for families is the presence of several education institutions nearby.




The Type B facade of Plumeria Avenue.

They include Sri Sutera International School, Matahari International School, SMK Bandar Utama, SJK(C) Kuo Kuang 2 as well as Sekolah Rendah Agama Taman Perling.

On top of that, residents will find the connectivity a boon as they can travel to Singapore via the Second Link Expressway while Kota Iskandar and the northern states are easily accessible too.

Ahmad added there are more commercial and landed residential projects in the works within Bandar UDA Utama.

“There will be Rosa Terraces, a two-storey terrace house development as well as Neuvo Centro, which consists of two and three-storey shop offices,” he said, adding that there will also be a superlink landed residential project.

He added that all projects are currently open for registration.




The bright and airy master bedroom.

Those interested in an exclusive southern address can head to the property fair at Komtar JBCC today and tomorrow to check out this UDA Land (South) Sdn Bhd project and many more.

UDA Land is also offering a low down payment of RM3,000 for a home in Plumeria Avenue.

Those who pay a deposit of RM3,000 and sign the Sales & Purchase Agreement by tomorrow are also entitled to an Aeon shopping voucher worth RM1,000.

Besides Plumeria Avenue, the property fair will also showcase Anggun Residences, a project located in the central business district of Kuala Lumpur.





The contemporary design of a dining room.

The five layouts which include studio units, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, 2+1 bedroom and 3+1 bedroom units, offer comfortable living in the capital.

Those interested can also visit the Anggun Residences Sales Gallery, off Jalan Sultan Ismail in Kuala Lumpur, from 9am to 6pm daily.