IJM Land’s Rimbun Impian in Seremban 2 is 75% sold

This article first appeared in City & Country, The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on August 31, 2020 - September 06, 2020.

Rimbun Impian has a GDV of RM167 million (Photo by IJM Land)

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IJM Land Bhd’s Rimbun Impian development at Seremban 2 Heights in its Seremban 2 township in Negeri Sembilan has been 75% taken up since its launch in January.

“Rimbun Impian offers both quality of life and a futuristic lifestyle through its lush surroundings and built-in smart technology.  The project caters to upgraders, growing families, executive and management level professionals as well as investors,” says IJM Land senior general manager (central region) Datuk Hoo Kim See.

Occupying a 41.6-acre freehold parcel in Seremban 2 — a 3,800-acre township in Negeri Sembilan — Rimbun Impian has a gross development value (GDV) of RM167 million and will comprise 345 two-storey linked homes that measure 22ft by 78ft, 22ft by 75ft and 24ft by 75ft.

The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom houses, due for completion by November 2021, will have built-ups ranging from 2,586 sq ft (Type A) to 2,820 sq ft (Type B) and prices starting from RM659,420.

According to the developer, one of the highlights of Rimbun Impian is that the units are incorporated with a smart home system, which allows the lighting, air conditioners and door sensors to be controlled remotely.

“Each unit will be installed with a digital door lock for easy access in and out of the house using either card keys, mechanical keys or a PIN code, which reduces the hassle of using old school keys,” says Hoo.

Photo by Sam Foong/The Edge

“We aim to provide a variety of properties within the Seremban 2 township that cater for different lifestyles and needs. There will always be a demand for houses, and Rimbun Impian will meet the gap of homebuyers who intend to upgrade from smaller homes but have yet to reach the capability of owning a semidee,” he adds.

Residents of the project will enjoy easy access to five acres of green spaces, the 15-acre City Park and 30-acre Hill Park, as well as jogging and cycling tracks that promote a healthier lifestyle among residents.

Photo by IJM Land

Amenities in the township include Mydin Mall, AEON Mall, Palm Mall, Tesco hypermarket, Columbia Asia Hospital and KPJ Hospital, as well as five national schools, two Chinese primary schools, two colleges and one international school. The area is also complemented by several commercial entities and small businesses such as banks, hotels, car showrooms, beauty centres, mini marts, fashion boutiques, petrol stations and F&B outlets.

Rimbun Impian will have access to the North-South Expressway and Kajang-Seremban Highway. Homebuyers can easily travel to the Kuala Lumpur city centre, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), klia2, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, all within a 30 to 45-minute drive from Seremban 2.

The RM4.7 billion Seremban 2 comprises residential, commercial and recreational components. The integrated township is currently 80% completed and has more than 13,000 homes with over 62,000 residents.