Suria Stonor, KLCC
Lorong Stonor, KLCC, 50450, Kuala Lumpur
- Built-up : 3,304 sq. ft.
- Land area : -
RM 12,980 per month
Suria Stonor, KLCC
Suria Stonor is a luxury twin towers condominium residing within the green lung of KLCC enclave and was developed by the reputable Glomac. Suria Stonor comprises of 138 condominium units with large built-ups of 3,048 sf to 8,604 sf. There are only 4 units on each floor for both 23-storey towers. It was launched in mid-2005. Suria Stonor features luxurious living with "Garden in the Sky" concept, as it offers airy and generous space and surrounded by lush greenery. There are three types of units available, which are single, duplex and penthouse. The single units comprise about three quarters of the total units, and consist of 2 different layouts, each with 3 sub-variants. 28 units of duplexes and 8 penthouses are offered on the higher floors. Penthouse residents are pampered with special private lift to incorporate residents’ lavish lifestyle. There are various layouts to choose from at Suria Stonor. The 4+1 unit comprises of 3,264 sf and comes with an additional AV room, which is equipped with its own attached bathroom and study room. Master bedroom is built with walk-in closet and its attached bathroom is equipped with Jacuzzi. Meanwhile, the 3+1 unit does not come with AV room and its wet kitchen is a quite narrow. As for the duplex unit that comprises of 5,447 sf, it features large space of living, dining and family areas. All units come with large glass windows that allow natural light as well as spectacular view of either Park Seven, Bukit Bintang and Royal Selangor Golf Club. The main master bedroom is built with open air shower. Persiaran Stonor or Stonor enclave is famous for being less developed and less congested within KLCC vicinity and remains as the green lung of the city. It is linked by Jalan Binjai and Jalan Tun Razak. This small enclave is filled by low rise bungalows, colonial bungalows and embassies.
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