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Friday, 11 August 2017

(The Star) S P Setia’s Kingsville project gets good response

PETALING JAYA: S P Setia Bhd expects all single storey bungalows within its Kingsville development in Setia Ecohill, Semenyih, to be taken up by year-end.

In a statement yesterday, Setia Ecohill general manager SM Koh said response for Kingsville had been good since the launch at the end of last month.

“The take-up rate for our Kingsville collection has been good despite the current slow economic condition and I am very pleased to announce that all our 1½-storey bungalow units of Phase 1 are fully booked.

“With the right product and pricing, we are quite confident that all the remaining units of the single storey bungalows will be fully taken up come year-end,” he said.

Koh said the launch attracted buyers from neighbouring areas seeking single-storey homes.

He said the Kingsville collection made an outstanding impression offering ample lush greenery in the surrounding environment, coupled with easy access into the township via the Lekas-EcoHill Link.

The English-inspired architecture homes at Kingsville exude a modern take on colonial-style residences, with an open space concept for the layout design.

“We received good demand for the homes from small families and empty-nesters aspiring to have a better living environment with trusted security,” said Koh.

Kingsville boasts pocket gardens and streetscapes inspired by the Victorian era. Residents will be greeted by four distinctive pillars and tall juniper trees upon entering from Kings Avenue while the pocket gardens will feature a croquet grass playing-court, romantic gazebos, arches and beds of flowers to blend with the project’s theme.

The bungalows in Kingsville feature high ceilings, practical layouts without stairs and generous land sizes. All homes will be pre-installed with solar heating and rainwater harvesting systems.

The single-storey show unit is now currently under construction and will be open for viewing by the end of 2017. Phase 2 of Kingsville is likely to be launched at the same time.

Kingsville will consist of three phases totalling 184 homes. The first, second and third phase will comprise 75, 56 and 53 units respectively.

Since its inception in 2013, more than 2,000 Setia EcoHill homes have been handed over to buyers, with another 2,500 units under construction.

S P Setia is set to launch two more affordable landed projects in Setia EcoHill 2 by the early fourth quarter of this year.

Setia EcoHill 2 is a 1,010-acre township based on the same green living concept, located just 2.5km from Setia EcoHill.

The two residential products to be launched, called Barras and Elmera, are targeted at small families and first-time home buyers who would prefer to live on landed property. Prices start from below RM500,000.

Setia EcoHill 2 will have one of the largest community parks in the region and a highland adventure park open to the public.

Spanning 17 acres, the South Creek is targeted to be ready by the end of 2017. Also underway is the Adventure Park in the Highlands, which will feature a myriad of outdoor activities and extreme sports to cater to those who are more adventurous.