This is the Most Expensive Terrace House in Malaysia, and Why
Do you know that The Mansions is Malaysia’s most expensive terrace houses? The highest transaction price for a unit of this terrace house recorded in 2020 was a staggering RM 6.5 million.
Located in the Bel-Air of Kuala Lumpur, The Mansions of Desa ParkCity makes the ultimate residence for those with class and a deep pocket.
And it’s obvious why. These super-linked properties tick all the boxes for the perfect home: Ideal location, first-class amenities, excellent security, and elegant design.
So, how much are we talking about, exactly?
As mentioned, the highest transaction price for a unit of this terrace house recorded in 2020 was a staggering RM 6.5 million.
Currently, the most expensive unit for sale is asking for RM 7.28 million.
You might have thought the price is higher but we are talking about terrace houses, and not bungalow.
The Mansions is located in the most exclusive spot of a prime residential area, which is Park City Heights of Desa ParkCity.
127 units of The Mansions went for sale after completion in May 2014. This project costs RM 196 million and is built on 19.6 acres of hillside land. From these units, you get a spectacular view of Kuala Lumpur.
Watch this 4 minute drone footage of how this beautiful neighborhood looks like:
On top of being in the most expensive location in Malaysia, the houses for sale in Desa ParkCity have great value because of the township. Desa ParkCity is an award-winning residential area that combines the relaxing feels and greenery of a park and the convenience of being in a city center.
As the name suggests, every residential area is close to a park. The parks are designed beautifully, lined with trees, and adorned with artificial waterfall and streams.
The playground equipment is cool and new which is great for families. Desa ParkCity also hosts one of the few dog-friendly parks in Malaysia.
From market places, cozy cafés and restaurants, to schools, and a medical center. You don’t need to travel far to get anything you need. It is also lively during festive seasons, hosting live performances and bazaars.
The Mansions comprises 2 ½, 3, and 3 ½ storey homes. There are five designs, the smallest with 3 + 2 bedrooms, and the largest with 6 + 3 bedrooms. Some units even have a private elevator for accessibility.
With widths spanning 31-33 feet, the driveway of these houses easily parks 3 cars.
The units have a wide living and dining area, ideal for hosting large parties and entertaining guests. Larger units also have a separate family area on the second floor.
The back of each house has an open and paneled balcony for privacy. The back alley of these units maintains the organic hillside slopes and greenery. So, you can enjoy a great view while having your afternoon tea.
Across the designs, the units maintain contemporary features with careful use of space. With large stairwells, high glass panels, and wooden floor finishes, these houses boast extravagance.
The idea behind this project is to create a ‘modern resort’, and the amenities are nothing short of a luxurious hotel experience. Residents of The Mansions get full access to exclusive amenities, not open to the public.
The focal point of this project has got to be the infinity pool. Next to it, a clubhouse and glass gym. To add to that, residents get to enjoy linear parks, outdoor pavilions, a suspended bridge, and water features just a stone’s throw away from their houses.
Fancy some organic local fruits? There is even an orchard in this area. Get a fresh pick of durians, mangoes, and citrus right in the neighborhood. The best part of it is that the greeneries are maintained by gardeners all year round.
Home to the rich and famous, this residential area offers tip-top security for your house and belongings. The perimeter is secured with video motion detection and a fibre-optic fence protection system.
It is equipped with a single guarded entrance and exit point, monitored by high-resolution CCTV. Like other guarded neighbourhoods, residents and visitors enter through separate lanes. Residents’ vehicles are recognized by vehicle access control systems with transponders.
Built-in alarms are included for all housing units. An intercom system connected to the guardhouse is available, in case of a security breach. This neighbourhood also offers patrolling throughout the day for added security.
But in all honesty, which burglar would want to intrude an area with this much security, right?
If anybody tells you that money can’t buy you happiness, show them what a RM 7 million property looks like in Malaysia. You will surely change their mind.
Have this multimillion-ringgit house crept its way to your heart and replaced your dream home? Or do you think it is not worth the hype? Let us know in the comments below.