If you are to ask me what’s especially interesting about Sunway South Quay, and I’ll say that it’s the 28-acre lake. It’s quite awesome, really. Go and see it!
The Sunway South Quay project (“designed as an international neighbourhood” according to its marketing collaterals) is situated at the epicentre of Bandar Sunway. Located along Jalan Lagoon Selatan neighbouring the spankingly new D’Latour and Palmville Resort Condominiums, this project is rather strategically positioned. Sunway South Quay is leasehold property.
Developed by (surprise, surprise) Sunway City Bhd, Sunway South Quay has all the trademarks of a, well, Sunway project – a thoughtful master plan, bountiful “resort living” elements as well as seamless integration into the bigger Sunway Resort City. The project in its entirety is comprised of commercial spaces and residences. Among its current developments under its residential portion are:
- Nautica Lake Suites
Condos or Bungalows? The Choice Is Yours… If Ye Got De Mullah
Now let’s go through everything that you can have and more… if you can cough up the necessary money, of course. 😉
Bayrocks is a garden waterfront bungalows type of development featuring some 77 units. Built-up sizes are pretty generous measuring from 6,469 to 6,757 sq.ft. A’marine, on one hand, is a condominium property with 242 units to offers. Built up sizes for the condos range from 1,426 to 1,932 sq.ft. LaCosta is another condominium option with 377 units and a wide selection of designs. Built-up sizes measure from 1,302 to as much as 3,226 sq.ft.
There is also the Nautica Lake Suites, another condo project (but according to some agents we know, these have already been pre-sold to Korean buyers, so everyone else, eat yer heart out). This block houses a total of 249 condo and duplex units with built up size of 2,376 sq.ft.
For Sunway South Quay’s condo units and bungalow homes, launch price is set from RM1.188 and RM4.53 million for condominiums and bungalows respectively. Looking at the figures, they look really pricey and if you want to make sure if they are fair enough, use our free price valuation guide to find out the property’s market value.
What’s Around Town
Cocooned inside Bandar Sunway, Sunway South Quay fits the bill perfectly if breathtaking views, luxury and unprecedented comfort are your requirements. Within the gated and guarded neighbourhood are aplenty of amenities to meet every need from education to healthcare, shopping and leisure.
A few minutes away from the condominiums and bungalow homes are popular landmark such as Sunway Pyramid for shopping and Sunway Lagoon for relaxation. In case of medical needs, Sunway Medical Centre is ready to serve. As for education, parents can choose from a number of institutions in the vicinity. Among the notable choices are Sunway University, Sunway International School and Monash University.
Connected to the rest of the world via a network of major highways, the development is quite accessible. It is further kept connected to key destinations via two linkages in addition a proposed Bas Rapid Transit that connects to Subang Jaya KTM station. Also available for dwellers is the free shuttle bus to conveniently carry you from one amenity to another.
Part of a residential and commercial enclave which is already established itself firmly in the annals of Malaysia property, Sunway South Quay seems destined to be a hit. As areas such as Sunway is already bursting at its seams, prices of properties here seem to be going nowhere but up, up and up.
What we like about Sunway South Quay:-
- It’s in Bandar Sunway.
- It’s built by Sunway.
- It has got a nice looking lake.
- It’s really central.
- It’s quite self-contained.
- Very nice designs.
- Good masterplan.
What we don’t like about Sunway South Quay:-
- The price.
- Traffic situation can be a little screwed up sometimes.
- Did I mention about the price?
Some may argue that with RM5 million, one would get a nice freehold bungalow in Damansara Heights (maybe), but that’s not the point here. The Sunway moniker already carries some premium, and we know for a fact that branded projects like this often (but not always) do well in the sub sale market. Are these fair prices to pay? Get the definitive answer by figuring out the fair market value (FMV) – use this simple method which we share in this mini-guide below –