This post is brought to you in part by Symphony Life.
In the same style as the TV programmes ‘Through the Keyhole‘ and ‘Cribs’, we’ll be bringing you regular exclusive insights into the some of the most high-end properties in Malaysia. This month, it’s Tijani Ukay.
Tijani Ukay is located at Ukay Perdana and borders the vast green reserves of Selangor, bringing you closer to nature. This low density development comprises 118 units of three-storey bungalows, with just five residences per acre, right at the edge of the city.
Let’s take a look at some highlights of the property.
Tijani Ukay is located close enough to the bustling metropolis so that you do not lose touch. Just a 20-minute drive to KLCC, Tijani Ukay is easily accessible via the DUKE and MRR2 highways, as well as Jalan Ampang.
It is also near many appealing amenities as well. Some nearby shopping and entertainment venues include Suria KLCC, Ampang Point, Great Eastern Mall, Tamarind Hill, and the up and coming Melawati Mall.
Top international schools and hospitals aren’t far away either, like ISKL, Fairview International School Malaysia, Sayfol International School, Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre and Pusat Perubatan Naluri.
Tijani Ukay also has a three-tiered security system which includes perimeter fencing and CCTV surveillance as the first tier, and a 24-hour security control within the area as the second tier.
The third tier of the security system is an alarm system pre-installed in the bungalow with panic buttons and a direct intercom to the guardhouse.
The comprehensive facilities available here are an infinity pool and wading pool for anyone who fancies taking a dip, as well as a 1.6km jogging track that weaves around the area.
The on-site clubhouse also has a tennis court, basketball court and a gymnasium, great for keeping fit and healthy. Families can benefit from the surau, child daycare and barbecue facilities provided at the clubhouse as well.
With only five residences on each acre of land, the property is designed for living in harmony with nature. This is an interactive floorplan of Type B property:
The landscaped pond at its heart complete with a cascading water feature as well as greenery dotted around blends harmoniously with the modern styles of the bungalows. The design concept here is serenity and modernity, with homes complete and ready to be lived in.
The company behind it: Symphony Life
Symphony Life (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) is a developer of prime property such as [email protected] Tunku, [email protected] Tunku, Star [email protected] KL City Centre, [email protected], 6 Ceylon, Lavender Heights, TWY @ Mont Kiara, Tijani Ukay and The Wharf Residences and Elevia Residences, located in Taman Tasik Prima, Puchong.
Having built more than 15,000 retail, residential, commercial, and industrial properties around the country, Symphony Life seeks to define a new lifestyles and realities in property.
For more information, visit www.symphonylife.my or call +6016-333 4488 and +016-639 9670
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