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Malaysia Property: 10 Beautiful Homes in Malaysia That Will Make You Want To Move In Now

1. The Vibrant Life at Icon City

The residence units in Icon City are inspired by the bright lights of famous cities around the world. It is nothing short of classy and fancy urban sanctuary. This Icon City has a new energy that comes in the form of NEON, a recreational space within the world-class community of Icon City. It offers a whole new level of stay, work, and leisure concept where you can find everything you need in just one location.

Icon City is a Triple Green Certified integrated development with a contemporary design which has achieved the MSC Malaysia Status. Its NEON Food Hub also ensures a colorful and lively atmosphere to the residents and workers of Icon City with a local and international modern dining experience.

Icon City, 2, Jalan SS8/2, SS8 Sungai Way Free Trade Zone, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

2. Escape to the Bungalow in Masera Bukit Segar, Cheras

Masera Bukit Segar is a prime residential area surrounded by Mother Nature and is perfect for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. In 1974, part of Cheras was officially transferred under the Federal Government to form the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur through the 1974 Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Agreement. Since then, Cheras has split into two parts, one falls under Federal Territory’s jurisdiction, another falls under Selangor.

This bungalow offer much fresh air and peacefully quiet and good neighborhood. The family-oriented units were conceived to b family-friendly, prioritizing the values and comforts of an intimate household, specifically catering to the needs and lifestyle of an extended family. The units are also warm and welcoming. It is practical and spacious that comes with a private lift to ensure that their elderly parents or relatives don’t have the burden of climbing up flights of stairs.

Jalan Bukit Segar, Bukit Segar, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

3. D’Sara Sentral, The Entertainment Hub of Sungai Buloh

D’sara Sentral is designed for those who want the convenience of city life, but also want a slice of the tranquillity of the suburbs. The location is designed in a transit-oriented development concept with a walking distance to Kampung Selamat MRT station. It is a mixed development of small office versatile office (SOVO), serviced residences, and lifestyle shopping malls. Upon its completion, D’Sara Sentral is set to be the entertainment hub of Sungai Buloh.

D’Sara Sentral, Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh, 40160 Sungai Buloh, Selangor.

4. The Ultimate Garden Home in M City

M City certainly makes a good impression with is megapolis of people and trees rising in the air. It is the first ever multi-level thematic hanging gardens incorporates with small gardens of trees, streams, and extensive landscape on the ground as well as in the mid-air. M City sets a new benchmark as the most iconic tower in Jalan Ampang area, just 5km away from KLCC with an all-new natural living experience.

M City has also simplified your weekly grocery from its anchor retailer. You will be pleased to know that the exceptional conveniences are within your reach. It is an ideal place for people to work, play, and live with its integrated serviced apartments, small office home office (SOHO), boutique 3-story shops, and sky villas. It is a living space that is truly elegant and exclusive with its natural landscape.

M City, Jalan Ampang, Desa Pahlawan, 55000 Kuala Lumpur.

5. “Green System” Clay Roof House

This Clay Roof House is located in the older suburbs of Petaling Jaya. The owners had purchased an old dilapidated house and discovered that it had good quality Indian clay roof tiles that were still robust. Hence, they decided to remove, store, and reuse the roof tiles as a façade screen to reduce the morning and afternoon soon. The vertical steel rods were designed to hold the clay tiles whilst allowing free movement to swivel and turn.

This has transformed the house into an insulated and well-ventilated cube comprising volumes of spaces. There is a breath of minimalism in the simple lines and a touch of purism in the raw walls. With noticeable functionality in the floor plan, ‘green’ systems and outer skins as well as the reuse of the original terracotta roof tiles of the demolished old house as a lattice screen of animated clay that swivels with the undulating wind.  

Location: Petaling Jaya, Selangor

6. The Deck House in the Forest

This Deck House is a 2 and a half story house located above sea level in the forest of Janda Baik, Pahang (close to Bukit Tinggi). One can almost touch the leaves of the trees from the deck as it is surrounded by nature. Despite its steel and glass look, the house functions as a traditional Malay house with sufficient ventilation and aluminum louvers at the highest portion of the building.

Many people have been asking if this house is for rent as it looks like a luxury guest house. Unfortunately, this is a private home and is not for rent. This house was designed by Choo Gim Wah. Timber is used as the floor furnishes for both living room and deck areas. This combination creates a special platform with an undisturbed 360 degree of forest view.

Location: Janda Baik, Pahang

7. Jungle House (The Cocoon 17)

Imagine a tropical-themed bungalow nestled in the upper scale of Bukit Damansara in KL. It does not need a roof, as the tall canopy trees provide the shade. It needs no wall, as the surrounding bushes provide the privacy one may need. This house surrounded with plants hanging down the wall creating a cooling effect and it is also environmentally friendly.

As a vision of green oasis, we would not turn away from the nostalgic images of “kampung house” surrounded by rambutan and mango trees with children running around along the rivers and waterfalls. This jungle house would seem to be in another world disconnected from urbanity. It provides peace, calm, and tranquillity to the people who stay in the house.

The concept of the cocoon exemplifies three layers of space. The outer space is the shell that protects, and this protective layer is expressed as a forest garden that not only surrounds the building but covers it. The forest acts as a sunscreen that lets in diffused light and provides privacy. In reverse, the visual screen provides a delightful forest background to the house. The result is a contemporary house that works in concert with its environment in respond to the tropical context.

Location: Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur

8. Limited Edition Seaview by The Loft

The Loft at Southbay City is an exclusive limited edition sea view residential suites project in Penang. Located along the scenic Jalan Permatang Damar Laut in Bayan Lepas, the Loft features elegantly designed luxury suites that ooze modern charm and sophistication. It is also boasted as an open concept that allows easy interior decoration, free flow of ventilation, and natural light.

The Loft also provides you with a seemingly infinite view of the sea with instagrammable pool and private gardens. It also has a swimming pool that set against lush greenery offering a tropical paradise-like feel. Other facilities include a pool bar lounge, a children’s pool, a playground, a multipurpose room, and a reading lounge.

The Loft, 11960 Batu Maung, Pulau Pinang.

9. Living at peace of mind in Meridin East

Meridin East is a new township strategically situated in the Eastern Gateway of Iskandar Malaysia. If garden living is what you are looking for, then you should definitely check out Meridin East, surrounded by gardens of different themes, mini theatre, café and lounge, jogging track, fishing piers, lakes with pavilions, treehouse, and green exercise areas.

Meridin East is a freehold gated and guarded picturesque master-planned community which caters to the lifestyle of its residents. You will also be having a peace of mind living in a secure neighborhood that provides 24-hour security with CCTV surveillance, trained guards, and perimeter fencing with beautiful scenery to boot.

Meridin East, Jalan Kong Kong, 81700 Pasir Gudang, Johor.

10. Wake up to the city skyline and seaview at Sutera Avenue

Located in Kota Kinabalu, Sutera Avenue provides the best of both worlds with a view of Kota Kinabalu city lights and a great view of the ocean. Its sky garden, rooftop playground, and infinity are among the popular facilities. The serviced apartment is also near to many restaurants, banks, shop lots, offices, clinics, mosque and many more.

Imago Shopping Mall is 1.1 miles from Sutera Avenue Kota Kinabalu, while the nearest airport is Kota Kinabalu International Airport, 3.5 miles from the accommodation. Public transportation services are also available in this neighborhood.

Sutera Avenue, Coastal Highway, Kota Kinabalu Times Square, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

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