Sunsuria to launch 20 single-key villas in Sunsuria City this month

This article first appeared in City & Country, The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on September 7, 2020 - September 13, 2020.

The single-key villas will have built-ups of 3,449 to 3,970 sq ft (Photo by Sunsuria)

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Sunsuria Bhd plans to launch 20 single-key, 3-storey villas in the Monet Garden precinct at its Sunsuria City township in Salak Tinggi, Selangor, in the middle of this month.

Occupying an 18.7-acre freehold parcel, Monet Garden comprises 132 units of 1½-storey townhouses and 114 three-storey villas — 94 dual-key and 20 single-key units — with a combined gross development value (GDV) of RM243 million. The townhouses were launched in November 2017 with 76% taken up to date while the 94 dual-key villas were launched in 2018, 12% of which have been sold.

“Inspired by the paintings of famed impressionist Claude Monet, Monet Garden will have a comfortable living environment and spaces of grandeur in nature for families to discover and enjoy,” says group chief operating officer Simon Kwan Hoong Wai in an email.

The single-key villas, with built-ups of 3,449 to 3,970 sq ft, will have six bedrooms, one powder room and four bathrooms each. Selling prices start at RM1.56 million and the project is expected to be completed next May.

“These units cater mainly for the upper middle-income group with bigger families, and provide more space for family bonding and recreation. We foresee that there will be demand for these units as there are limited landed properties in Selangor that offer this type of design and size at reasonable prices,” says Kwan.

Kwan: These units cater mainly for the upper middle-income group with bigger families, and provide more space for family bonding and recreation (Photo by Sunsuria)

“We aim to create a place for residents to share knowledge and grow in a strong community, and that boasts of a perfect balance of relaxation and perpetual improvement. Buyers will find whatever they need in the township, whether for personal, professional, recreational or leisure pursuits.”

Facilities will include an exclusive clubhouse with a main swimming pool, wading pool and shaded pergola walkway, barbecue pit, children’s playground, gymnasium, jogging track, basketball court and function room. The maintenance fee will start at RM270 per month.

With a GDV of RM10 billion, the 525-acre Sunsuria City comprises residential and commercial components. The township is easily accessible via the Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway that connects to the Elite interchange and Maju Expressway.

Residents of the township can commute via the Express Rail Link speed train transit hub located within Sunsuria City, which connects to Kuala Lumpur Sentral, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2. Surrounding amenities include Xiamen University Malaysia, the upcoming SJK(C) Sunsuria and Concord College Malaysia.