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RM 22,000,000

Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Melaka , Melaka Tengah

91 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock , Melaka , 75100, Melaka

  • Built-up : 15,000 sq. ft.
  • Land area : 27x300
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    Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Melaka , Melaka Tengah

    Asking Price: RM 22,000,000.00 (Negotiable)
    Address: Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock [Hereen Street], Melaka Tengah 
    Location: Melaka City 
    Property Type: Shop Lot 
    Unit Type: Intermediate Lot  
    Tenure: Freehold 
    Land Title Type: Commercial 
    Title Type: Individual 
    Land Area: 8,100 Sq. Ft. 
    Land Size: 27 Ft. X 300 Ft. 
    Built Up: Approx 15,000 Sq. Ft.
    Floor: 2 Storey 
    Electricity: TBC 
    Direction: North East
    Occupancy: Tenanted
    Availability: Immediate
    Property Age: Approx. 200 years +- [Built during the dutch era, circa 1641 - 1825) 
    Remarks : 
    - Rare opportunity to own a piece of Melaka history property [Melacca jewel]. 
    - Built in the era of Dutch Colonial  [1641 - 1825], the building was constructed around 1800, making it approx. 200 years old. 
    - Situated in the centre of UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE core zone. 
    - Core zone ultimately the most valuable piece of land in Melaka city, due to its limited units, units for sale are very less [Jonker street (Jalan Hang Jebat) / Hereen Street (Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lok)] 
    - Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock is the main street connecting Jonker Street / Jonker Walk / Jalan Hang Jebat. The distance to Jonker Street is approx. 100M [2 mins walk] .
    - Busy main street with lots of human and vehicle traffic. Tourism area, many boutique hotels, BNB, motels, cafe's, antique shop and restaurant on this road. 
    - Property in very good condition compared to other units around same age. Minimum restoration needed. 
    - Suitable for rebuilt into boutique hotels, cafe's, retails outlet, art and exhibition studio. Very good retail exposure. 
    - High investment returns and rental yield. 
    - No restriction on title transfer. Title ready. 
    - The property has wide shop front (27 Ft.), with an exceptionally long built up (300 Ft.) 
    - The purchase of this properties includes; the Antique business (Almost 100 years establishment) plus all inventory (Lock, Stock & Barrel). Kindly contact me for details information. 
    - The antique shop has been established since 1920, almost 100 years in business, family run. The total value of the antique are worth more than MYR 18 Million. Most of the antique are furniture and decorative, from ceramics to chinas, old clock to war cannon.  
    Additional Information On Hereen & Jonker Street : 
    Jonker Street, or Jalan Hang Jebat, is possibly the most famous road in Malacca, thanks to Jonker Walk which attracts hordes of tourists from all over the world.
    But the road running parallel to it – Heeren Street – has a more interesting history and richer architectural charms.
    Heeren Street, or Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, was once the place to live for those who made it to the top.
    Originally called “Kampung Belanda” (Dutch Village), it ended up with the nickname of “Millionaires’ Row” because of its well-heeled residents.
    The narrow street with houses adorned with ornately decorated façades was the choice neighbourhood for the prosperous Straits-born Chinese (Peranakan or Babas and Nyonyas) in the mid-19th and early 20th century.
    Quite a number have been fully restored to their former glory and turned into highly popular boutique hotels, museums, galleries, restaurants and cafes.
    While Jonker Street (from the Dutch Jonghheer) was named after a place for “young noblemen” who had not quite made it to the upper level of nobility.
    Heeren Street (originally Heeren­straat), was for the “gentlemen” or “masters” in the upper crust of society.
    The characteristic features of most buildings are high roofs, floors and corridors lined with intricate tiles, teak front doors carved with family names or mottos in gold calligraphy.
    Most windows are also beautifully decorated with motifs while some homes even have decorated roofs with image of dragons, birds and flowers.
    The houses on the street are rather narrow and small when viewed from the outside but are long and spacious inside.
    This is because the houseowners then were taxed on the width of the buildings instead of the total area.
    Most of them have open courtyards to provide ventilation and light. Some even have small wells to draw water or ponds to collect rainwater from the roof.
    It may not be as hectic as Jonker Street where the tourists to Malacca throng but Heeren Street oozes more history, old-world charm and provides amazing sights and stories.
    For details information and property viewing, kindly contact us at:
    Bernard Wong
    REN No.: REN06825
    Mobile: +6012 372 6182

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    Posted Date:
    16 Nov 2018

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