Station 18

Station 18 is a small town located in Ipoh, Perak. Station 18 is widely known as a residential area outside the city centre of Ipoh where it is quiet and peaceful. The recent establishment of the AEON Mall Station 18 has seen more people coming to the area for shopping and entertainment. Station 18 neighbours Taman Pengkalan Utama.

Station 18 is accessible by main roads such as Jalan Pegoh, Jalan Tokong and Jalan Lahat. The Sultan Azlan Shah Airport is 19 minutes away by car. Driving to the Ipoh city centre takes about 20 minutes. In terms of public transport, some public busses serve the area, making it convenient for those who do not drive to get around.

Station 18 is not lacking in amenities for the convenience of its residents. Residents of Station 18 can find plenty of amazing food options nearby including the usual fast food chains, cafes as well as local cuisines like Malay restaurants, Indian food and Chinese eateries. As for groceries, the SPPK wet market is 8 minutes away from Station 18. Groceries and daily essentials can also be obtained from the supermarket in AEON Mall Station 18 as well as from Tesco Station 18. In terms of shopping, the AEON Mall Station 18 is the main shopping mall that local residents and people from other parts of Ipoh come to for retail shopping and entertainment.

For healthcare services, Poliklinik Klinik Dr Azhar & Rakan-Rakan, LS Medical Clinic, Klinik Safri & Hamimah and Klinik 1Malaysia Station 18 are within the vicinity, providing ease of mind to the residents of Station 18 should any medical emergencies arise. For places of worship, some churches, Buddhist temples and Hindu temples can be found here, catering to the diverse community living in the area. There are also major banks and ATMs in Station 18, making it convenient for individuals and businesses to run financial errands.

Families with school-going children will be happy to find that there are primary and secondary schools nearby Station 18 such as SMK Kg. Pasir Puteh, SK Jalan Pegoh and SK Pinji. Other than these, many enrichment centres and kindergartens can also be found in the area as well.

The properties in Station 18 are a mix of freehold and leasehold projects. The properties here have a median price of MYR 340,000 or median price psf of MYR 183.  This neighbourhood offers a vast variety of property projects for both investors and home owners with the likes of 1 Manhattan Condominium, Ipoh, Taman Desa Pelancongan, Panorama Lapangan Perdana as well as Pengkalan Mutiara.

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 440 listings in Station 18, 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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