The developer wants to be inclusive and cater to everybody’s needs. This is why they offer homes of different price ranges in LBS Alam Perdana. It is meant to be a township for all.
Are you familiar with LBS Bina Group Berhad? Perhaps not. But if we mention Bandar Saujana Putra (BSP), it will ring a bell. Apart from BSP, the developer has developed a series of high-rise project around Klang Valley such as D’Island Residence, SkyLake Residence and Zenopy Residences.
It further has interests in Genting Highlands and Cameron Highlands property developments too such as MidHills in Genting and Golden Hills in Cameron. The developer also has interests in hospitality by investing in the LBS Hotels and Residences brand name.
The company has numerous subsidiaries under it and has reported gross revenue exceeding RM900m as at 2016. Bandar Saujana Putra has won the Asia Pacific Property Awards: Highly Commended Apartment, Malaysia in 2015. Similarly in 2016, again BSP has won the Asia Pacific Property Awards for 5 Stars, Best Development Marketing Malaysia.
Its presence stretches internationally even to China where it has jointly developed the Zhuhai Racing track with a local company.
Address: Alam Perdana, 48020 Kuala Selangor, Selangor
Property Type: Double Storey Terrace House
Land Title: Residential
No. of Storeys: –
No of Units: 349
No of Blocks: –
Sales Gallery: LBS Alam Perdana Sales Gallery, Jalan Persiaran Alam Perdana, Bandar Puncak Alam, 42300, Selangor
Site GPS Coordinates: N3.243694°, E.101.463245°
Expected Date of Completion: November 2020
Built-up area: 1,191 – 1,208 sq ft (20’ x 60’)
- Welcoming Garden
- Chill Out Garden
- Garden Entry Plaza
- Community Open Lawn
- Children’s Play Park
- Signature Swing
- Adult Exercise Station
- Outdoor Gym
- Multipurpose Court
- Futsal Court
- Taichi Plaza
- Jogging Trail
- Bicycle Track
- Mound Garden
- Therapeutic Garden
- Aromatic Garden
- Reflexology Path
- BBQ Pit
- Picnic Lawn
- Silver Station
- Kite Playing Area
- Backlane Garden
- Community Centre
- Badminton Court
- Tadika & Library
- Lake Park
Launch Price: RM540,385 – RM707,135
Price psf.: Approximately RM 450 psf.
Maintenance Fee psf.: RM 150 per month
Parking Bay/s per Unit: 2
- Wide spacious living
- 9% rebate
Located strategically in the heart of Alam Perdana, Irama Perdana is a proud development by LBS Bina Group. The project is part of the vast 496.86 acres Alam Perdana township. The project consists of only 349 units and delivers the true definition of low-density living.
The double-storey terrace house has a built-up area of 1,197 to 1,208 sq ft (20’ x 60’) and consists of 4 spacious bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The car porch is big enough to accommodate up to 3-4 cars. There will be 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom located on the ground floor.
The other 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms will be located on the upper floor. The master bedroom comes with an ensuite bathroom while the other 2 bedrooms will have a shared bathroom.
The leasehold development with 99 years expiry will bear the residential title and is expected to be completed in November 2020.
With the wide array of facilities available, residents will be charged RM150 per month per unit for maintenance fees.
Currently, the developer is providing a 9% rebate on the purchase price to potential buyers. This means that purchasers will only have to fork out 1% as down payment. The launch price is set from RM540,385 to RM707,135. Bumiputera will enjoy a 7% discount on top of the purchase price. Price after Bumi discount will be approximately RM437,007.
The project is gated and guarded boasting 24 hours CCTV monitoring and security guards patrolling, which enhances overall security for residents.
Each unit comes ready with 15 lighting points and 8 power points installed. It also comes with 2 airconditioner points and 5 ceiling fan points ready.
The history of Ijok dates back to the 1900s where the township was initially founded by Javanese from Indonesia. It is due to this fact that the Malay population in Ijok is mostly Javanese. During the British colonization era, many villagers from other places were forced to live together in the settlement such as Ijok.
In the 1980s, the Chinese started entering the town establishing businesses such as rubber estates and cocoa bean plantations. It eventually shifted into palm oil plantation due to its high demand. As time goes by, more and more modern businesses are established in the township such as restaurants, grocery stores and mechanic shops.
Today, Ijok is very different from what it is 30 years ago. Despite it being a small township compared to big cities, a considerable number of properties such as shop lots and double-storey terrace houses are being built to cater to residents’ needs.
Located at approximately 60km away from Kuala Lumpur City Centre, the township is perched alongside Federal Route 54. It is reachable by travelling through its main highway, the LATAR, Kuala Lumpur–Kuala Selangor Expressway. The journey will take approximately 1 hour.
Despite it being a small town, it maintains its charm. On weekends, many tourists will come to Ijok for a break as it a stopover place for those travelling to Kuala Selangor and Teluk Intan. Particularly, many are interested in trying its infamous Beggar Chicken which takes more than 7 hours to prepare.
Tourists love travelling to this town due to its simplicity and less hectic living. After a long week of work in the city, it is certainly relaxing to be unwinding in such a township.
There are several primary and secondary school in Ijok catering to local residents’ educational needs. Religious schools such as Sekolah Rendah Agama Ijok and Sekolah Rendah Agama Bukit Badong are established mainly for Islamic students. Other non-religious schools present in the township are such as Sekolah Rendah Jenis Kebangsaan (C) Ijok and Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Ijok.
Ijok New Village’s town center is the most happening place in the township. Over the years, a number of shop lots and businesses have been established, providing the town with a breath of life.
No. of Units
1,197 – 1,208 sq ft
Between RM540,385 to RM707,135
1,191 – 1,308 sq ft
Between RM423,200 to RM547,400
The concept of community-based living coupled with topnotch facilities is one of the reasons Irama Perdana is a sought-after property. Although some may debate that distance is an issue, the well-knit community and the provision of necessities within the property is sufficient for day-to-day living.