Setia Alam: Towards a greener lifestyle with Anggun Kirana

This article first appeared in City & Country, The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on August 19, 2019 - August 25, 2019.

The development comprises 50 units of 3-storey superlink houses measuring 28ft by 90ft

Anggun Kirana has 6-bedroom 7-bathroom units

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Sitting atop a grassy 6.1-acre freehold parcel in Alam Nusantara, Setia Alam, in Shah Alam, Anggun Kirana Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) Property is a low-density, strategic development.

Boasting parks, gardens and tree-lined streets, the gated-and-guarded development exudes a modern yet homely feel. It is completed and set to be launched this year.

PKNS Property’s latest offering comprises 50 units of 3-storey superlink houses measuring 28ft 90ft. The developer sees Anggun Kirana’s potential as a modern, spacious development for city dwellers and is banking on the project’s all-encompassing qualities and the mature neighbourhood of Setia Alam.

“Our vision is to build communities, to empower lives and to realise dreams. It is our pleasure to help people own this special type of house, and we hope it will bring happiness to them,” says property sales department senior manager (northern region) Azilah Arshad.

Situated in Jalan Setia Wawasan (Seksyen U13), Anggun Kirana offers 3-storey superlink houses with built-ups of 4,238 sq ft (intermediate lots), 4,489 sq ft (end lots) and 5,330 sq ft (corner lots). Each unit comes with parking space for one or two cars.

The development has several layouts for 6-bedroom and 7-bathroom units. The prices of the houses are RM1,795,500 for intermediate lots, RM2,135,500 for end lots and RM2,396,500 for corner lots.

PKNS Property is giving a 12% discount to Malaysian buyers. It is also offering free legal fees for the sales and purchase agreements, stamp duty exemption on memorandums of transfer, RM15,000 vouchers for Smart Home Living and cash rebates of RM20,000.

“We are aiming for a good mix of owner-occupiers and investors,” says Azilah.


Lifts, indoor courtyards and connectivity

According to Azilah, the development has unique qualities. “Anggun Kirana has a modern, contemporary design with spacious layouts. One of the selling points is that the houses come with lifts.

“Another notable feature is that they have indoor courtyards.”

The indoor courtyards, along with the surrounding greenery and parks, are part of the developer’s efforts to promote a green lifestyle and community living.

Flanked Klang and Shah Alam, Anggun Kirana’s strategic location — right behind the well-known Setia City Mall — will be a big plus. Among the amenities nearare KPJ Klang, Klinik Mediviron, Hospital Shah Alam and the upcoming Columbia Asia Hospital Bukit Raja.

Others include Surau Al Ihsan (Ayu Prima), Masjid Nurul Jannah (Taman Meru Aman), Balai Polis Setia Alam, Balai Bomba Sungai Pinang, Setia Permai MBSA Hall, Badminton Academy, Tesco and Giant hypermarket.

Neareducational institutions include Bright Kids Kindergarten Setia Alam, 3Q MRC Junior Setia Alam (kindergarten), TenInternational and Private Schools Setia Eco Park, SMK Setia Alam, SK Setia Alam, SJK Pin Hwa, UiTM Puncak Perdana and Asia College of Exercise & Sports Medicine.

Anggun Kirana is located close to Klang Sentral and KTM Klang. The development is accessible via the New Klang Valley Expressway-Setia Alam link and Jalan Kapar-Meru.

“With its strategic location and the modern conveniences nearby, Anggun Kirana is expected to see an appreciation in value in the long term,” says Azilah.

PKNS Property was established in 1964 as a development agency for Selangor. It is the real estate investment arm of the PKNS group of companies. To date, the company has a portfolio — comprising three shopping complexes and three office buildings — worth about RM700 million.

PKNS Property’s developments include Aquavilla, Marbella and Opal Residensi in Shah Alam; Azhara and Cassia in Antara Gapi, Serendah; Intana Ria 3 in Bandar Baru Bangi; Residensi Kamelia and Bernam Square in Bernam Jaya; and Residensi Kerinchi in Kerinchi.