The five-storey Stutong Heights apartments located along Jalan Stampin Baru has been unveiled over the weekend, reported The Borneo Post.
Developed by Ibraco Bhd (Ibraco), the 272-unit development will house eight units on each level and is expected to appeal to buyers looking for privacy and a strategic location, said David CJ Lee, Sales and Marketing Manager at Ibrasco.
“Stutong Heights is positioned near to the Kuching International Airport, a specialist hospital, private and public schools as well as several commercial centres,” he explained.
“Being a guarded enclave, we ensure your privacy and peace of mind.”
Moreover, the apartments will be equipped with facilities such as multi-purpose court, lifts catering to a cluster of four apartment blocks, shaded parkings, a basketball court and playground.
Offering varying legends, built-up sizes of units will range between 634.8 sq ft and 1,054.4 sq ft.
“Only few selected units in this development will have a balcony for a breath of fresh air and views,” said Lee, adding that most of the units have already been sold with limited unit available in the Bumiputera lots.
In line with the New Year celebration, Ibraco currently offers a five percent early bird discount to buyers. Thus, Bumiputra buyers can own a home with a low downpayment of just RM4,200 and monthly loan repayment of RM670.
Aside from that, buyers need not worry of legal fees and stamp duties for the sale and purchase agreements as well as loan documents as these will all be borne by the group.
Besides the sinking fund, the group revealed that they also accept federal and state government loan.
Farah Wahida, Editor of PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email email@example.com
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