Starter Home at Setia Alam by S P Setia sold out on launch day

Home buyers enquiring for more information at the launch of Artoca

17 June, SETIA ALAM – The latest addition to the Starter Home series by S P Setia, Artoca, received overwhelming response from more than 200 eager home buyers on the first day of its launch and was immediately sold out on the same day.

General Manager of Bandar Setia Alam, Tan Siow Chung, introduced that the Starter Home series was first launched in 2018 to give both first-time home buyers and those looking for an upgrade of their living space a chance to own a landed residence in a thriving community.

With a GDV of RM60 million, Artoca offers 106 units of  18’ x 65’ double storey terrace homes between a range of 1,499 to 1,630 sq ft. Buyers are free to select from two types of homes that come with either three or four bedrooms and three bathrooms. These freehold properties that come with column-free car porch are available at a starting price of RM 494,760 (Bumiputra lots).

Tan added that with prices starting from below RM500,000, Artoca homes are the most affordable option for landed home buyers looking to settle down in Setia Alam; a mature, amenity-rich and award-winning township.

The developer anticipates that the sought after postcode and reasonably-priced homes will win over buyers from the surrounding areas such as Meru, Klang, Kapar, Bukit Tinggi, Shah Alam, and even attracting people from highly populated urban areas like Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya and Puchong. 

As with all the other precincts in Setia Alam, Artoca is safeguarded by natural barriers of hedges and streams, and fortified by perimeter fencing. The single access point is closely monitored by security guards to assure the safety and security of the residents, said Tan.

First launched in April 2004, Setia Alam offers a substantial 400 acres of green space, wetland parks and urban parks. The self-contained township has amenities such as Setia City Mall, convention centres, parks, petrol kiosks, neighbourhood-friendly retail outlets, numerous educational institutions, banks and restaurants.

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