Luxurious Garden Living Made Affordable

21 Nov 2019

The reputable city of Putrajaya is seeing the development of a new high-rise in Precinct 11. This new arrival is none other than Flora Rosa. Developed by Putrajaya Holdings, the residential high-rise faithfully embodies garden city living, without falling short on convenience and accessibility!

But don’t feel put off by its modern, fluid-inspired facade. Flora Rosa comes at an affordable price – one that budget-savvy homebuyers will no doubt find ideal.

This endeavour by Putrajaya Holdings points towards the difficulties Malaysian homeseekers face in buying a property.

With the strict loan eligibility criteria and limited finances many homeseekers face, owning a property is certainly no easy feat. Not to mention owning a luxurious one!

The state of homeownership is also heavily supported by research from PropertyGuru, illustrating the ever-growing appetite for affordable properties.

But now, with efforts from the government and developers alike to reduce this divide, homeseekers can rest assured that luxury isn’t too far out of reach. Yes, even despite their financial constraints!

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Putrajaya Holdings is bringing affordable luxury back to the masses with Flora Rosa. The residential condominium comprises eight towers, with a total of 676 units. 

With over 11.29 acres of greenery and facilities, Flora Rosa makes coming home more alluring for residents. Refreshing touches of green can be seen in landscaped gardens which surround and outline the towers, giving the condo a most verdant atmosphere.

Greenery aside, jogging and cycling tracks allow residents of all ages to better pursue a healthier lifestyle within the condominium’s compounds itself.

Residents will find two different pools for their enjoyment – an infinity pool, and a learner’s one for younger children within view. The array of facilities is completed with the addition of a gymnasium, function room and recreational area.

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Yet, perhaps what sets Flora Rosa apart from most other developments is its dedicated designer surau. Islamic geometric motifs adorn the walls of the exceptionally crafted surau, making for a beautiful sight right in view of the main drop-off area.

Flora Rosa is situated in Precinct 11 of Putrajaya – in itself, a well-established, flourishing neighborhood. The development is easily within reach of everyday amenities, such as SK and SMK Putrajaya Precinct 11(1), both of which are local government school complexes.

But, that’s not all! Another focal point is the nearby neighbourhood community centre, which houses a variety of additional amenities such as an Olympic-sized swimming pool, badminton and squash courts, food court, library, as well as a nursery.

Most notably though, is Flora Rosa’s close proximity to Taman Saujana Hijau – an expansive park spanning 41 hectares. The huge landscaped recreational park sweeps over three rolling hills, offering one-of-a-kind hilltop views of Putrajaya. With themed gardens and gazebos to boot!

For buyers looking for a fantastic view, that’s one more box to be ticked off the checklist.

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Fitting in with the concept of garden-living next door to nature, Taman Botani Putrajaya and Taman Wetlands are also a mere 6km away, while a 6-minute drive would take you to the ever-happening Putrajaya Lake Club.

With such facilities nearby hosting multiple events yearly, Flora Rosa residents will never be short of things to see and do, with some of the most highlighted events in Malaysia.

Events such as the Merdeka Parade during National Day on 31st August, Royal Floria Putrajaya (the country’s biggest floral exhibition), and the magnificent Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta come to mind.

Convenience and quality of life is further heightened through access to Alamanda Shopping Centre, Taman Ekuestrian, and Putrajaya International Convention Centre.

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Connectivity need not be a concern for homeseekers, as the development boasts fantastic connectivity to MEX, LDP, SKVE, SILK, PLUS and LEKAS. Flora Rosa is most easily accessed via Persiaran Utara, which is connected via the Maju Expressway (MEX).

But connectivity doesn’t end there. The development is also easily accessible via public transport options such as the stop at Putrajaya Sentral. It’ll be accessible via the upcoming MRT2 SSP and ECRL lines, targeted to be completed in year 2023 and 2026 respectively.

In addition, Putrajaya Sentral will be serviced by intra and intercity buses i.e. Nadi Putra and RapidKL buses.

With 5 types of unit layouts to choose from, the development takes into consideration all sizes of families. The largest layout is Type E, at 2,250 sq ft with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms – perfect to house a lively family of 6 and upwards.

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Of course, not forgetting newlyweds and couples too. The smallest option comes in the form of Type C. Its cozy layout features a built-up area of 829 sq ft, with 2 bedrooms and 2 adjacent bathrooms. 

Aside from that, Type A measures at 1,399 sq ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, Type B at 1,184 sq ft with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and Type D at 1,227 sq ft with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Each unit comes alongside 2 complimentary parking lots.

The current market is definitely not lacking in properties. The gap between average household income and market prices however, still remains a gap yet to be closed. 

This is why a property like Flora Rosa is so hard to come by. It stands out amongst a market saturated with pricey properties of few facilities, poor connectivity, and most of all – aren’t within the affordability range. 

Flora Rosa however, is reasonably priced with a starting price of RM426,800 per unit. Interested buyers can find out more at https://www.propertyguru.com.my/new-property-launch/flora-rosa-4302014, or speak to sales officers at +603-8888 6633.

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