Bukit Indah,Ampang

ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

RM 5,900,000

Land Area: RM 640.54 per sq. ft.
Built-Up: RM 607.37 per sq. ft.
Listed by: JEFF SOH
Last Updated: 06 Jan 2017
Taman Bukit IndahTerrace House
For Sale
RM 5,900,000 9,211 sq. ft. 9,714 sq. ft.
Partially Furnished66

MUST VIEW! A majestic 4 storey (with basement) bungalow located in superb location in Ampang.

- 5 mins drive to KLCC
- Gated and guarded
- Balinese design by SP Setia
- Fantastic and unblocked view of KLCC. Next to green lung and located on a breezy hilltop
- Infinity pool. Fantastic place to hold pool side private events
- Open space design. Much natural sunlight and ventilation
- Fully equipped wet and dry kitchen
- Comes with timber flooring, built in wardrobes and fully air conditioned
- Added security feature of CCTV and Alarm.

Call Jeff, your bungalow specialist at 0172813843 for viewing appointment today!

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