This article is brought to you by The Mews.
To be in the heart of the city and within easy reach of its conveniences, yet so removed in vibe as to be a soothing haven, is certainly no mean feat. But it can be done, as The Mews KLCC has shown.
Behind the Name
The name of the property, The Mews, comes from a British term describing a row stables, usually with carriage houses below and living quarters above built around a paved yard or court, or along a street behind large city houses, such as those of London, during the 17th and 18th centuries. Most mews stables have been converted into dwellings, some greatly modernized and considered highly desirable residences.
Here’s what you can expect when you live at The Mews.
Private & Safe Sanctuary
When you have a home at The Mews, you have a private sanctuary that’s conceptualised for refined living among expansive spaces. Each of the 256 residential units is custom-designed for the ultimate in form and function. Generous storage spaces, including walk-in wardrobes and a full height shoe cabinet, fulfil every homeowner’s key need, complemented by quality appliances and fittings. WiFi in the common areas ensure that residents can stay connected anywhere within the property while top-notch security systems are in place for utmost peace of mind.
Concierge & Shuttle Service
The Mews Serviced Residences is the kind of home you’d want to stay in at all day and immerse in all that it offers, because it feels like there’s little else that you need. But if you do need to venture out of the city, The Mews has it covered. Important business meeting or urgent errand to run? Just hop aboard the complementary chauffered shuttle service to key locations around the Kuala Lumpur city centre.
There is also exclusive five-star Concierge Service for residents of The Mews who can cater to your every need, whether you need something delivered, laundry services, a handyman, limousine transfers, or tickets to a show.
The Mews’ excellent position within Kuala Lumpur’s prime cosmopolitan area means that the city’s hotspots, be it for sightseeing, dining, shopping, or the arts, are short commutes away so residents can fully savour all the conveniences of an urban lifestyle. Yet, once you step within the well-guarded premises of The Mews, the hustle fades away and the bustle slows down considerably.
Level 6 is set to be residents’ favourite, with a Water Sanctuary that’s home to several swimming pools and a pond, along with a squash court, gymnasium, children’s playground, residents’ lounge, and a function room. The Rooftop is expected to be equally popular, with a postcard-perfect terrace and landscaped garden sharing the spotlight with an open lawn, private garden, and function space.
Several expats are only in Kuala Lumpur for a few years, unable to commit to purchasing a property. This is why The Mews is the perfect residential option for expats as there are fully-furnished 1-bedroom and 3+1 bedroom units (sizes are 925 sq ft and 2066 sq ft) available for rent. At rental prices from RM 4,500 per month, it’s a great choice to live at the heart of the city with resort-like facilities and luxuries that make you feel like on vacation once you return home.
Show Units are open for viewing daily, from 10 am to 6pm.
The Mews KLCC
19, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6017 266 1188/ +603 2161 3668
E-mail: [email protected]
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