Sime Darby showcases Seri Pilmoor in Ara Damansara
Offers luxury bungalows and semi-detached homes Mar 12, 2010
Sime Darby Property has unveiled Seri Pilmoor, a
high-end residential project located in Ara Damansara. Seri Pilmoor comprises
74 bungalows and 34 semi-detached homes set within 28.5 acres of freehold land.
The bungalows and semi-ds have built-ups of 6,500 sq
ft onwards and 4,600 sq ft onwards respectively. Residents at Seri Pilmoor will
also get to enjoy ‘The Lanai’ facility that features a 2,700 sq ft
conservatory, a swimming pool, wading pool, secure play space for children,
kitchenette, meeting rooms, a pantry.
Dato’ Tunku Putra Badlishah, managing director of Sime
Darby Property said, “Seri Pilmoor offers investors and owners a sanctuary
which is exclusive and prestigious. A niche development, Seri Pilmoor
predominantly offers distinctive architecture both externally and internally;
50 per cent green footprint; sustainable features which were meticulously
designed and thoughtfully planned in line with Sime Darby Property’s corporate
philosophy of sustainable development.”
He added, “The low density, wide-frontage with
contemporary designs, use of sustainable materials, high level of security and
exclusive touches such as the private rooftop pavilions create a residential
development in a prime location which is highly desirable yet very limited in
its availability, which is what makes Seri Pilmoor so exclusive.”
Prices of the bungalows will begin from RM4.57 million
while the semi-detached units begin from RM2.8 million. There are three design
types and six different rooftop pavilion layouts for the bungalows, while the
semi-detached units have two different pavilion layouts.
The rooftop pavilions come with options for a swimming
pool, reflective pool or Jacuzzi.
Seri Pilmoor homes are designed in compliance with the
Green Building Index with features such as a rainwater harvesting system, use
of formaldehyde-free finishes, all-natural products such as bamboo flooring and
asphalt roof shingles made from recycled materials.
Feng Shui consultant Joey Yap has accessed Seri
Pilmoor and commented that the development receives a flow of life-giving Qi
from the ‘hills’ to the North, which also creates a ‘cradle-like’ formation
that helps to lock in the life-generating Qi for the residents of Seri Pilmoor
to ensure an idyllic, auspicious and harmonious life for the residents.