Living at Allevia will give residents the luxury of residing in a high-rise residence that is actually low-density, and that too in Mont Kiara!
16 Sierra, Puchong South ─ GPS Coordinates 2.969613, 101.654731─ is a garden township of a variety of residential units built inside 16 themed parks linked to each other and to its core 7.2-acre Central Park. The township spans 535 acres of leasehold land and is located about 3.8km away from the LDP Puchong Selatan Toll.
As seen on the map, on the side of the highway where 16 Sierra is, Cyberjaya and Putrajaya are below and to its right. Specifically, 16 Sierra is 8km away from IOI Resort City Mall, Putrajaya and 11km away from the Government Administrative Centre (Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan) in Putrajaya, (22.2km if you’re going to Putrajaya through Cyberjaya of course).
Concept of 16 Sierra ─ a complete ‘Play-Learn-Bond’ experience
16 Sierra is a residential township where its concept of living-among-greenery is realised by its 16 themed gardens within which 16 of its mostly-residential developments are arranged.
The 16 gardens with Educational, Forest, Flower and Herbal Fragrance and other themes, complete with exercise stations, playsets, and of course plant-specie appropriate landscaping, are connected by walkways and bicycle tracks to allow residents to visit all the gardens within the neighbourhood.
All these smaller gardens lead to the 7.2-acre Central Park ─ the largest themed garden of all in 16 Sierra ─ where “Ladybird” and “Froggery” playsets, a Grand Lawn, Tai Chi Lawn, Jogging Tracks, Basketball and Futsal Courts and an Outdoor Amphitheatre for events and celebrations culminate for a full “Play-Learn-Bond” experience.
This people-centric, green-inspired neighbourhood also boasts a Clubhouse called Amigo with even more recreational facilities for residents.
16 Sierra is by IOI Properties, the same people behind IOI Resort City in Putrajaya, Bandar Puteri Puchong and Bandar Puching Jaya in Puchong and many other township and individual property developments all over the country and beyond. The properties in 16 Sierra are developed by Lush Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of IOI Properties Group Berhad.
About SIERRA 6
SIERRA 6 comprises 217 two and three-storey IOI Signature Superlink homes measuring 27’ by 73’ with generous built-ups from 2,683sq ft to 3,526sq ft and beyond in the Sierra 6 precinct of 16 Sierra.
Located in the parcel just next to the 7.2-acre Central Park (and adjacent Amigo Clubhouse) with not one but two private outdoor gardens of its own, SIERRA 6 is arguably one of 16 Sierra’s nicest homes, designed as exquisite living spaces housed in fine architecture, and provided with exceptional streetscapes ─ which stands to reason why they have been called the township’s Signature homes.
SIERRA 6 homes, whether 2 or 3 storey, are in fact, hybrids ─ meaning, they are a new creation born out of “crossing” two or more elements: the Link house with the Semi-D with some ideas borrowed from “backlane-less” cluster homes.
Yes, SIERRA 6 have been given the Semi-D treatment in that they look like Semi-Ds from the outside but in essence are link houses. Furthermore, every unit is a corner unit─ a very clever and very contemporary idea indeed!
There were two phases of SIERRA 6 developments ─ the 113 three-storey Superlinks which will be completed in Q3 or Q4, 2016 under Phase 1, and the 104 two-storey Superlinks which will be completed in August 2018 under Phase 2.
As with all enclaves within the 16 Sierra township, SIERRA 6 comes complete with their own themed garden called the Tic-Tac-Toe Garden (seen in above picture). Not only that, it has the additional Scuplture Walk Linear Garden and roads that are paved with bicycle tracks.
Project Name: SIERRA 6, 16 Sierra
GPS Coordinates: 2.969613, 101.654731
Developer: Lush Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of IOI Properties Group Berhad
Developer’s Address: ML, Two IOI Square, IOI Resort, 62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Marketing and Sales Office: IOI Galleria @ 16 Sierra ─ Persiaran Sierra Utama, Bandar 16 Sierra, 47100 Puchong, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03-8944-9999 Fax: 03-8944-9959 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SIERRA 6 website: http://www.sierra6superlink.com.my/
Total Land Area of 16 Sierra: 535 acres
Property Type: 2 and 3 Storey Superlink Homes
3 Storey Unit Types and Built Up:
- Type A / A1: 3 -Storey 27’ by 73’
Gross Built-Up from 3526sq ft | 5 Bedrooms + 6 Bathrooms (2 Master Bathrooms with Toto & Grohe Sanitary Fittings |
Included in Unit:
Home Alarm System | Rainwater Harvesting Tank | Solar Hot Water System
| 3-Phase Wiring | Digital Lockset for Main Door
- Type C: 3 -Storey 39’ by 73’
Gross Built-Up from 5251sq ft | 5 Bedrooms + 1 AV Room + 1 Utility Room | Master Bedroom with Hotel Style Bathroom | Study Area + Balcony | Living and Dining integrated with Semi Outdoor Deck | Large Windows for Ample Ventilation and Lighting
Included in Unit:
Home Alarm System | Rainwater Harvesting Tank | Solar Hot Water System | 3-Phase Wiring | Digital Lockset for Main Door | Water Booster Pump
2 Storey Unit Types and Built Up:
- Type B / B1 and D: 2 -Storey 27’ by 73’
Gross Built-Up from 2798sq ft | 4 Bedrooms + 4 Bathrooms | Living and Dining areas integrated with Sky Light
Included in Unit:
Home Alarm System | Solar Hot Water System | 3-Phase Wiring | Digital Lockset for Main Door
Land Title: Residential (Strata Title) ─ No Renovation
Tenure: Leasehold 99 years
Price per sq ft: average: About RM350++ psf
Maintenance Fee: About RM0.12sen psf
Price of Units: 2-Storey Superlink from RM1.1M | 3 Storey Superlink from RM1.4M
Expected Date of Completion: 2-Storey Superlink August 2018 | 3-Storey Superlink Q3 or Q4 2016
The unusualness of SIERRA 6 starts with its name. You see, all the other precincts have homes that have been given specific names such as AKIRA in Sierra 9, N’Dira in Sierra 12, DUMALIS in Sierra 11 and so on. Only SIERRA 6 has been named after its own precinct. Naturally, SIERRA 6 is in the Sierra 6 precinct.
This precinct or enclave is on one of the primest spots in 16 Sierra because it is closest to the 7.2-acre Central Park. Of course, like all the other enclaves, SIERRA 6 has its own private garden, and it so happens to be one of the nicest and neatest gardens too. SIERRA 6’s garden is the Tic-Tac-Toe Garden. Added to that is the additional Sculpture Walk Linear Garden with bicycle track
What is SIERRA 6?
SIERRA 6 is the name given to 217 two and three-storey superlink houses in the precinct of Sierra 6. Two phases were planned. Phase 1, due for completion this year, are the 3-storey lots with 113 units and Phase 2, due to be completed in 2018, are the 2-storey lots with 104 units. This is a low density enclave with personal space between neighbours further enhanced by the Semi-D treatment to the design, the Linear Garden and the wide inner roads and bicycle tracks. Do scroll down to the Site Plan below to see the location of the different lots.
2-Storey SIERRA 6 Superlinks Type B and D and their variations
Lot Size: From 27’ by 73’ | Built Up: From 2798sq ft
Feature Highlights ─ Gated and Guarded Community | North-South Orientation | Digital Lockset for main entrance | Solar Hot Water System | Home Alarm System | Living and Dining integrated with Skylight |
Floor Plan of 2-Storey SIERRA 6
Specifications of 2-Storey SIERRA 6
Site Plan for 2-Storey SIERRA 6
3-Storey SIERRA 6 Superlinks Type A and C and their variations
Lot Size: From 27’ by 73’ | Built Up: From 3526sq ft
Feature Highlights ─ High Ceiling Height of 11 to 12 ft | Digital Lockset for main entrance | Solar Hot Water System | Rainwater Harvesting Tank | Home Alarm System | Living and Dining integrated with Skylight or Semi Outdoor Deck | Master Bedroom with Hotel Style Bathrooms with tub | Large windows for Ventilation and Lighting
Floor Plan of 3-Storey SIERRA 6
Specifications of 3-Storey SIERRA 6
Site Plan for 3-Storey SIERRA 6
Show Unit Look Around
Sierra Zentro would be the first thing you’d see of 16 Sierra if you were driving along the SKVE anywhere near the Plaza Toll Ayer Hitam East-Bound. Sierra Zentro is the commercial component of the 16 Sierra township and comprises very eye-catching 3 and 4 storey shop offices perfect for banks, supermarkets and such to serve the needs of the growing township and its surrounding neighbourhoods. Sierra Zentro (phase 1) was launched in 2013. Today, the project is putting in its finishing touches, ready to serve an emergent community.
Indeed, 16 Sierra the township, launched in 2010, is fast becoming a household name now that it is in its 6th year of development, and having completed or is in the midst of completing 8 of its developmental phases. (There are 16 lined up, hence the name 16 Sierra).
Many of the earlier residential phases such as 251-unit Linkhouses ADENIA and ARECA, 441-unit Townhouses ODORA and 228-unit 2-Storey Terraces LYDEN in Sierra 8, Sierra 1 and Sierra 2 (respectively) are already filled up, lived in and thriving. (note: Sierra 8, Sierra 1 and Sierra 2 refer to the precincts as can be seen in the Masterplan below.)
16 Sierra, located on “high-ish” ground about 90m above sea level, can be prominently seen and accessed through 3 existing highways ─ SKVE, LDP, MEX and MAJU, and a fourth upcoming one SKIP, as well as through a few trunk roads from the Bukit Jalil Highway.
If coming from the Bukit Jalil Highway, one can use the inner roads through Kinrara to join to Persiaran Puncak Jalil. Or you could turn in to Taman Puncak Jalil itself from the said highway which then cuts through to 16 Sierra via Persiaran Puncak Jalil (the same straight, traffic-less, residential road if you had turned in from Kinrara), then to Persiaran Puncak Jalil 1, then to Persiaran Lestari Perdana, pass Giant Hypermart/The Atmosphere and Sfera and then straight across the bridge that goes over the LDP then on to Persiaran Alpinia where you will see the wall sign that announces your arrival at 16 Sierra.
Or you could use the SKVE itself if you are coming from Putrajaya, Semenyih, Kajang, KL and Cheras. The SKVE is the most direct access to use. Or if you are coming from Puchong, PJ, Sunway and Klang, you could use the LDP and make a turn back at the Diamond Interchange.
Connnection by Rail: MRT and HSR
16 Sierra is not only connected by roads but also by rail. The Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP line) will have Station 31 (S31) at Equine Park, S33 at 16 Sierra, S35 at Cyberjaya City Centre and S36 at Putrajaya Sentral to interchange with KLIA Transit.
And speaking of the KLIA Transit, there is exciting news for frequent travelers as in the pipeline, is the RM43b High Speed Rail KL-SG line (HSR) that will cut KL to Singapore travelling time to a mere 90 minutes. This project will commence in 2017.
Here is an except from Wikipedia.
The railway will be about 375 km and the travel time will be 90 minutes. The construction cost will be MYR 43 billion. The project will request the construction of a brand-new line with dedicated tracks, which will allow trains to travel at least 270 km/h. YTL and SPAD will co-ordinate the project for the essential construction within the Malaysia corridor, whereas LTA will be in charge for Singapore corridor.
Malaysia’s Land Public Transport Commission chairman, Syed Hamid Albar announced the planned stops for the HSR on 22 October 2014. The stations are in:
Bandar Malaysia KL, Putrajaya, Seremban, Ayer Keroh, Muar, Batu Pahat, Kempas Baru and Iskandar Puteri (formerly known as Nusajaya).
The Putrajaya Sentral station is 9.1km or just 10 minutes away from 16 Sierra.
Amenities All Within Reach
16 Sierra is 2.5km or 5 to 10 minutes to Giant Hypermart, The Atmosphere and Pasar Borong Selangor, 4.3km or 9 minutes to Taman Ekuin’s AEON Jusco, and 8.9km or 9 minutes to the super-regional IOI City Mall in IOI Resort City, Putrajaya (via the breezy, mostly traffic-free SKVE).
The township is 13km or 13 minutes to the Government Administrative Centre in Putrajaya and over at the other end, also 13km or 15 minutes (via the LDP) to the famous IOI Mall in Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong.
And when it comes to the City Centre of Kuala Lumpur City Centre: 26km, KLIA: 34km and Hospital Serdang: 7km.
In terms of education, it is close to tertiary institutions such as LimKokWing University, MMU, UPM and Uniten and Alice Smith International School (in Taman Ekuin) as well as Rafflesia International and Private School within 16 Sierra itself. Chinese schools will include SJK © Bukit Serdang in Seri Kembangan and SJK © Union in Cyberjaya.
IOI Properties Group Berhad is one of Malaysia’s leading public-listed property developers. It has a solid reputation and is renowned as one of the largest property companies in the country with a proven track record spanning more than three decades in the property development industry.
Its principal activities include property development, property investment, leisure and hospitality. It has successfully developed sustainable townships in sought-after regions of Klang Valley and Johor in Malaysia while embarking on property developments in Singapore and the People’s Republic of China.
In terms of Township developments, IOI Properties has many under its belt. They include: Bandar Puteri Puchong, Bandar Puchong Jaya, Bandar Putera Klang, Bandar Puteri Klang, the recently-launched Bandar Puteri Bangi, Bandar Puteri Warisan, Bandar IOI Bahau, Bandar Putra Kulai, Bandar IOI Segamat, Desaria and of course, coming back to Selangor ─ IOI Resort City, Putrajaya with its glittering Putrajaya Marriot Hotel & Spa, Palm Garden Hotel, Palm Garden Golf Club, and the much touted IOI City Mall.
To read more about IOI Resort City, Putrajaya, click on the link provided to theSundaily’s coverage of the group’s launch of IOI Resort City’s Conezion Condominium recently.
Over in Puchong South, in January 2010, 16 Sierra was launched. Through the years, this development has won many awards, both for the individual property types in 16 Sierra (“Best Landed Development”) as well as for the 16 Sierra Township as a whole (“Best Family-Centric Development”).
For reasons shown in the above map, 16 Sierra homes are often compared to D’Alpinia homes by Hap Seng Land. D’Alpinia homes also comprise low-density, gated landed properties (both 2 and 3 storey) and also highrises such as their latest launch of Andana, d’Alpinia Condo (with landed Villa options). The following are the comparative figures collated.
|Name||Tenure||Unit Size||No of Units||Average Price PSF||Approx Start Price per Unit|
|AKIRA, 16 Sierra (3Storey Semi-D)||L hold||4596sq ft ̶̶ 4617sq ft||122||RM350++||From RM2.2M|
|DUMALIS, 16 Sierra (3 storey Superlink)||L hold||4221sq ft (Type A)||99||RM350++||From RM1.3M|
|NDIRA, 16 Sierra (3 Storey Townhouses)||L hold||2099sq ft ─ 2573sq ft||336||RM350++||From 709,920|
|LA THEA, 16 Sierra (Condo)||L hold||787sq ft ─1205sq ft||526||RM550||From RM470,000|
|SIERRA 6, 16 Sierra (2 and 3 Storey Superlink)||L hold||Builtups spanning both 2798sq ft ─ 3526sq ft||3storey: 113 2storey: 104||RM350++||3 storey: RM1.4M 2 Storey: RM1.1M|
|LYDEN, 16 Sierra (3 Storey Terrace and 2 ½ and 3 Storey Semi-D)||L hold||2668 sq ft ─ 4,000sq ft||35 Semi D and Zero Lot Bungalows||RM350++||2 ½ Storey: RM1.7M 3 Storey: RM1.92M Bungalows: RM2.1M|
|Urbana, D’Alpinia (Link Bungalows and Bungalows)||L hold||3489sqft ─ 5846sq ft||64||RM350++||RM1.7M at launch (Completed 2013)|
|Andana, D’Alpinia (Condo and Villa)||L hold||Condo: 1572sq ft – 1690sq ft Villa: 2568sqft ─ 2740sq ft||Condo: 116 Villa: 30||RM407||Condo: RM680,980 Villa: RM1,048,210|
To find out more about the other available residential units in 16 Sierra, please click on the links provided below:
As you can see, SIERRA 6 is made to be a house-proud homeowner’s gem. The home ─ whichever Type you choose ─ has been made for staying in and more importantly, to be appreciated for all its artistic nuances and elegance. Buying a home is not just about how much floor space you’ll be getting for your money but an investment that involves the emotional and intangible like style, and in the case of SIERRA 6, freshness and out-of-the-box innovation and how that might all work out for you. Of course, these homes cost a little more than say, a conventional terrace with the same built-up but these will be sans the panache that SIERRA 6 possesses. There’s a premium to be paid for panache. End word: SIERRA 6 is for the discerning, and for those who can afford the premium of course.
Puchong South ─ Before, Now and After
These days, every astute property investor is bullish about Puchong South because they know that’s where growth is at.
Puchong South is actually a relatively new tag for the vast 50-odd sq km tract spanning the entire southern portion of Puchong from the south end of the Ayer Hitam Forest Reserve, to the border of the ELITE Highway, right up to the perimeters of Cyberjaya and Putrajaya and just across the boundaries of Seri Kembangan.
Before it was rebranded though, there was no Puchong South. Actually there was no name for the area that was vaguely referred to as the jungle, estate and ex-mining land fringed by little shanty towns and languid villages in “that section of Serdang”. In fact, over at the Sri Kembangan side of things, a huge swathe of land called the Ayer Hitam Landfill Site (where many upscale new developments now surround) was the open dumping ground for more than 3,000 tonnes of the Klang Valley’s daily waste and refuse. That was what the area was all about in those days. The stench that permeated the air 24/7 for miles around gravely impacted the rise of real estate there for a long time.
But all that, of course, is now in the past…recent past, that is.
The entire dump site is today a Landfills Park for jogging, walking and exercise. The oxidation ponds are still there, as you can see in the picture below. Entry to the park is free, of course.
(For more on the story, read the Star’s 2004 coverage on Conflicting Interests At Landfill).
Covering up the dump site is not the only reason why Puchong South is doing so well these days although the move did contribute to the area’s recovery from a fetid past.
Puchong South has become a hot spot for development because of many factors. For one, the real Puchong ─ the one called Pusat Bandar Puchong inside throbbing Bandar Puchong Jaya and Bandar Puteri Puchong ─ is now too developed, too packed and too expensive to bargain for affordability, whereas Puchong South, still pristine in many ways and just “waking up”, has room to manoeuvre, including room to build townships of luxurious landed properties within idyllic botanical settings that pitch a lifestyle replete with contemporary comforts as demanded by the rising affluence of the growing population there.
That’s the draw of Puchong South.
Besides, its PSF prices are amenable and certainly a lot less than the older properties in advanced areas like Puchong Central (subsale Semi-D at RM571psf in Bandar Puteri) or even Kinrara (subsale Semi-D at RM583psf in BK6).
And, Puchong South is heavily connected ─ not just by the road and highway infrastructure but also by MRTs (as shown above in the Location section) to access a selection of nearby shopping malls, entertainment, recreation and food and beverage options, as well as educational institutions at all levels and types.
In The Final Analysis
So given all these things going for 16 Sierra ─ its excellent location, its potential to “ong”, its environment-friendly, garden-inspired concept, its stylish architecture, its quality materials and finishings, its family centric-ness, its developer’s good standing in the industry…the question you’ll have to ask yourself is: Will the township boom and will the home you put your faith and money into today give you the returns you seek tomorrow? What do you think?