Setia EcoHill’s zen-inspired Hanami Residences launched

PETALING JAYA (Sept 27): Setia EcoHill’s latest project, Hanami Residences, was unveiled by property developer S P Setia, last weekend.

Set within the 673-acre Setia EcoHill in Semenyih, Selangor, the homes are designed to bring the zen living experience to its residents, said Setia EcoHill general manager Koh Sooi Meng.

“Hanami Residences is designed with Japanese elements embedded into the architecture of the homes, which complement the zen-garden concept for this phase in Setia EcoHill,” Koh said.

Comprising 40 units of 38ft by 80ft double-storey semi-detached homes across 7.93 acres, Hanami Residences comes with a gross development value (GDV) of RM50 million, and is priced from RM1.23 million.

The home units have spacious built-ups, which range from 2,381sq ft to 2,621sq ft, with four types of layouts, offering up to five bedrooms and five bathrooms for its largest unit.

Koh said as the work-from-home trend in the post-pandemic era is still continuing, space has become the priority for upgrading homebuyers with families.

Selected units come with a double-volume living area. (Artist impression by S P Setia)
Selected units come with a double-volume living area. (Artist impression by S P Setia)

“With selected types in Hanami Residences, we have allocated a double-volume living area and extra room inside the master bedroom, which can be used as a home office or walk-in closet,” he added.  

Apart from the modern tatami-style facade, residents of Hanami Residences will also be enjoying its 3.2-acre Zen Garden, the 3.5-acre Rainbow Creek and the Woodland Park, which are just within walking distances.

“Hanami Residences is designed with an advanced security system to provide residents peace of mind within its gated-and-guarded enclave,” Koh said.  

Each home is equipped with a home alarm and intercom system, and is safeguarded by 24-hour security and CCTV surveillance.

Maximising liveability, Hanami Residences has a green-street concept where all wiring and cabling are concealed underground, coupled with 52ft-wide roads with dedicated cycling and jogging paths. Each home will also come with a rainwater harvesting system to provide a sustainable water source.

Launched in 2013, Setia EcoHill has a GDV of RM4 billion and is expected to be completed by 2026.

As one of S P Setia’s Eco-series township, more than 10% of Setia EcoHill’s land area is dedicated to gardens, parks, lakes and ponds to cultivate a sustainable ecosystem and community bonding among its residents.

The residents of Setia EcoHill enjoy a variety of amenities within the township such as the club360 clubhouse and Setia EcoHill park for recreational activities.

The Setia EcoHill Walk commercial hub and the newly opened Setia EcoHill Mall offers residents a diverse mix of F&B options and lifestyle outlets. Tenby International School and REAL Kids preschool are located within the township, while grocers such as Lotus’s and Jaya Grocer are also nearby.

Setia EcoHill is located in the Southern corridor of the Klang Valley and is well connected to Kuala Lumpur city centre and other neighbourhoods in its vicinity including Cheras, Kajang, Seri Kembangan, Puchong, Putrajaya, Nilai and Seremban.

The township is accessible via the Kajang-Seremban Highway (LEKAS), North-South Expressway (PLUS), South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE), Cheras-Kajang Expressway, and Kajang Dispersal Link Expressway (SILK).

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