Brickfields

Median Price

RM 697k

Based on 3136 units sold preceding 12 mths.

Annual Growth

-1.8%

Compound annual growth rate in median price.

Brickfields is a well known neighbourhood for being Kuala Lumpur’s Little India due to the high percentage of Indian residents and businesses. Brickfields is located on the western flank central Kuala Lumpur. It all began when a flood swept through Kuala Lumpur during a disastrous fire that destroyed the structures of wood and atap. In order to curb such things in happening again, Frank Swettenham, the Bristish Resident of Selangor, made a requirement that the buildings are to be constructed of brick and tile. Kapitan Yap Ah Loy took this as an opportunity in setting up a brick industry that would contribute to the rebuilding of Kuala Lumpur.

Brickfields is a neighbourhood that houses the transportation hub, KL Sentral. One can travel from one city to another with ease with public transportation. For those who prefer to drive, major roads and highways such as Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Jalan Bangsar, Jalan Raja Chulan and Lebuhraya Sultan Iskandar act as connectors to towns and cities in the surrounding such as Bangsar, Bukit Bintang and Kuala Lumpur city centre.

Brickfields is a neighbourhood that is filled with culture and history. Since it is home to a large population of Indians, one can comfortably enjoy the culture of Indians in Brickfields. In Brickfields, one can still find historical government quarters that were built during the British era. Although it is under harm from the rapid development of the area, one can still visit the 100 railways quarters that is located in Jalan Rozario. The “Hundred Quarters” was built in 1915 as terrace houses for junior servants. Apart from that, one can also visit the religious buildings that are located in Brickfields. The Lutheran Zion Church, Sri Kandaswamy Kovil and Three Teachings Chinese Temple are some of the religious buildings with a popular reputation amongst tourists.

Since Brickfields is known as Little India, tourists and visitors can enjoy delicious Indian foods that are available here. One can enjoy a nice serving of Banana Leaf Rice, mutton, chicken or vegetarian briyani along with a nice cup of brew coffee. For those who prefer to prepare their own meals can obtain their groceries in the supermarkets that are available in Brickfields. Murugan Store Silver, Value Bazaar and Sam’s Groceria are among the many supermarkets in the area that one can frequent to obtain their groceries from.

Brickfields is a rapidly developing neighbourhood and there are a variety of amenities that are popping up that residents and tourists can enjoy. NU Sentral, one of the biggest shopping mall located in Brickfields is a popular spot for shoppers and those that work in the area. Brickfields is also well equipped in the medical department as there are hospitals and clinics in the area that one can visit during emergencies or when they are sick. Among the hospital and clinics available in Brickfields are Prince Court Medical Centre, Bangsar Medical Centre and Kajungan Hospital.

To meet the demands of the ever-growing population of Brickfields, there are a variety of schools and higher learning institutions in Brickfields. Families can consider the school that fits their preference that they would like their children to attend. There are public and private schools that families can choose from. SMK La Salle School, SK Brickfields 1 & 2 and SRJK (T) Vivekananda are some of the public schools available in Brickfields City. International schools such as Havil International School and Global Indian International School are among the few international schools located in Brickfields.

Brickfields is a neighbourhood that is made up of freehold and leasehold properties. The median price for the properties in Brickfields is priced at RM 722 k whereas the median price per square feet is priced at RM 522. There are a total of 390 project listings as of now in Brickfields. This showcases the variety of property type that home owners and investors can browse through to find the one they fancy such as Menara Pelangi, Best Western Premier Dua Sentral, 633 Residency, Villa Scott Condominium and Bangunan Siewdor.

Buying, selling, or investing property is a very big decision. Even moving to your desired location can sometimes be very emotional. Using data from more than 780 listings in Brickfields, PropertyGuru aim to help you make the right decisions on selecting property, by providing you helpful news and property statistics such as median and growth in the area, but also our opinion on local neighborhood area.

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