Bandar Bukit Raja is one of those types of new developments that you would hardly have any qualms over as far as quality and aesthetics are concerned. After all, it is developed by Sime Darby, one of the biggest and best-known names in Malaysia’s real estate industry. If they have come up with outstanding and exemplary developments in the past decades, surely, this new one in Klang wouldn’t be any different; if at all it is different, it should only be better than the rest.
This Klang development is a mixed development, self-contained township that is still on the verge of full birth. Of its three planned clusters, only the first part is completed and available for residency. And from what is currently available in Bandar Bukit Raja’s first offering, the vision is promising and says a lot about what to look forward to in the yet unfinished parts of the township.
Bandar Bukit Raja, being a mixed development freehold estate, houses several types of residential and commercial spaces. There are low-cost apartments, terrace houses, semi-detached homes along with their excellent commercial spaces. As proof to the diversity in the residential areas in Bandar Bukit Raja, the prices of homes here starts at RM 300,000 and goes up to over RM 1 million.
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The low cost housing in Bukit Raja, including the inexpensive apartment units, are part of the developers’ collaboration with the government on the latter’s project to promote more low-cost housing for Malaysia’s middle income earners. Through the project the government aims to provide the average earners a chance to live in decent, clean and nice neighborhoods that only private townships like Bandar Bukit Raja can provide and their villages could not.
There are currently 16 types of house layouts to choose from, varying not only in the interior layout but on the prices and sizes as well. Most of the houses have at least 4 rooms, but there are also 3+1 room layouts, 5 rooms, and 4+1 layouts especially on the larger ones like the 2-storey semi-links.
Being self-sustained, the residents of Bandar Bukit Raja need not go far from their homes to send their kids to school, to dine out, to buy their groceries, not even to worship. There’s always a facility for practically every need just within the township including a Grand Aeon Mall and a Tesco outlet. Furthermore, Bandar Bukit Raja already has its own police and fire stations to go with their recreational parks and playgrounds, adding a sense of security and safety on top of the round-the-clock security provided for by the developers. That would mean the only thing any resident would have to put up with on traffic is the relatively un-congested traffic situation within the township – none of the heavily congested traffic in the major highways of Klang.
Both for residence and investment purposes, now would actually be a great time to buy a property at Bandar Bukit Raja. The values are still low but are expected to rise, especially since the township is expected to be completed by the year 2016.