(also known as SouthLake Terraces) is a terrace house development in a gated and guarded community. It is another jewel nestled in Desa ParkCity. It comprises of 291 units of 2-storey and 3-storey terrace houses with built-up size at 22x75 and 20x75. It was launched from RM590,000 for 2-storey terrace and RM770,000 for the 3-storey terrace. This residential is located on the south side of the township right besides Zenia. Desa ParkCity is beautifully structured with numerous amenities for its residents needs. Just in front of the houses, there is The Waterfront, the neighborhood shopping centre that comprises of numerous stores from Jusco's Max Value, Kluang Station to Little Einstein. Besides that, there will be a town centre on the east side called The Quaritz that comprises of 100 units of 4-storey shop offices that will be completed in 2010. Moreover, there will soon be a hospital and an international school in the enclave as well. There are plenty of recreational activities can be done here, from jogging at the 17.2-ha Desa ParkCity Central Park to playing tennis at the community clubhouse.
Property Details Name: SouthLake (also known as SouthLake Terraces) Address: Desa ParkCity, Kuala Lumpur Developer: Perdana ParkCity (Samling Group) Completion Date: June 2006 Type: Terrace House Tenure: Freehold No. of Storeys: 2 & 3 No. of Units: 291 Built-up: 22x75 and 20x75 Launch Price: From RM486,000 Subsale Price: Rental:
Facilities 24-hour security Clubhouse Playground
SouthLake is well designed in terms of layout and facade. Unlike previous ones like Nadia and The Ridgewood, SouthLake's facade looks more modern. It does not have courtyard like Safa does, thus making it having larger built up. Besides that, it has more top-down glass window and door that brings lots of natural lighting and makes the house airy. The front porch is quite large. As there is no pillar there, it is possible for a resident to park up to 3 cars. Investment wise, Desa ParkCity houses including SouthLake are priced way above most terrace houses you can find. They are even more expensive than houses in Bandar Utama and Taman Tun Dr Ismail. So, unless you are considering this for own occupancy, there is very limited potential for the price to escalate further.