beverly heights phase 3

ukay perdana, 68000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

RM 2,600,000

Land Area: RM 812.50 per sq. ft.
Built-Up: RM 520.00 per sq. ft.
Listed by: Matt Tian
Last Updated: 10 Jan 2017
Co - Agency: Available
Link Bungalow / Semi-Detached House
For Sale
RM 2,600,000 (Negotiable) 3,200 sq. ft. 5,000 sq. ft.
Partially Furnished67

3.5 storey unit with partially furnished fittedBalinese design.
1 of the only 8 units available in phase 3 with front terrace of outdoor sitting area outside the living hall.
Covered car porch with water feature.

Quality Renovated with built in kitchen cabinet (Dry & wet kitchen) and wardrobes, extended backyard, fully air-cons, lighting, fans, auto-gate, solar water, heater, curtains, etc.

Phase 3 consists of 34 units only. Exclusive gated & guarded community.Nice expats neighbourhood.

Air Conditioning
Cooker Hob / Hood
Water Heater
Park / Greenery View

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