Affordable units launched in Puchong Suria Garden

Suria Garden

Affordable living with all the amenities of a luxury lifestyle is now available in Puchong.

Binastra Land has announced the launch of the exclusive Tower C for Suria [email protected] Puchong, comprising a limited number of affordable homes under the “Rumah Mampu Milik” category that caters to those with a monthly income of RM10,000 and below.

With a built-up of 556sq ft and two parking bays, the freehold units of Tower C are available at RM270,000.

Also, 2ft x 2ft floor tiles are being incorporated into the construction of these units, a material rarely used in the affordable housing category.

Adding to that is the fact that the units are semi-furnished, allowing buyers the seamless process of moving into their new homes.

The master bedroom comes with air-conditioning, while the master bathroom comes with shower screen and water heater.

The kitchen is fitted with cabinets, a hob and hood.

Unlike most residential developments which segregate high-end units from those of the affordable units, residents of Tower C get to enjoy access to all facilities enjoyed by those at Tower A and B.

They also share the same maintenance fee of 35sen per sq ft, inclusive of sinking fund.

Since the units of Tower C are under the affordable category, the buyers are also entitled to 100% loan, with repayments of about RM1,000 per month.

To further facilitate homeownership, Binastra Land is ready to subscribe for the loan agreement as well as the sale and purchase agreement.

The three towers at Suria Garden @ Puchong have already registered over 70% take-up.

The development embodies the essence of an urban family living in a nature-inspired setting, all within the well-connected neighbourhood of Puchong.

The location offers residents unrivalled access to various areas across the Klang Valley, thanks to the links to major highways such as Shah Alam Expressway (Kesas) and Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP).

Besides that, LRT stations located nearby allow ease of commute.

Source: The Star

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