Taman Sri Hartamas
(also known as Sri Hartamas) is one of the upper middle class housing neighborhoods in Kuala Lumpur. The neighborhood consists of mainly townhouses, linked houses and semi-detached houses, catering to the affluent working class in Malaysia. It is situated in between of Mont Kiara and Damansara Heights, making it one of the most sought after addresses in Kuala Lumpur. Built in the 1980's by unknown Malaysian developer, Taman Sri Hartamas was initially a secluded neighbourhood hidden away from the city. Therefore, unlike any Kuala Lumpur neighbourhoods, the streets here are wide and cars can be parked on the road sides if the resident's own garage is limited.Taman Sri Hartamas is easily accessible via Lebuhraya Jalan Duta - Sungai Buloh, Lebuhraya SPRINT, and Jalan Sri Hartamas. It is strategically located within walking distance to Hartamas Shopping Center (Plaza Damas) and SK Seri Hartamas. The DUKE Highway and Penchala Link also offer extra accessibility to the residents, making it easy for them to travel to Amapang and Mutiara Damansara within the hour.Being located near to Mont Kiara, expatriates can send their kids to numerous international schools in the vicinity, namely Garden International School, Sri Cempaka International School and Mont Kiara International School within short driving distance. In addition, a new branch campus of Taylor's College is opening at nearby.
Property Details Name: Taman Sri Hartamas Address: Off Jalan Sri Hartamas 1, Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Completion date: 1980s Type: Townhouse, Terrace & Semi-Detached Tenure: Freehold No. of Bedrooms: 2 - 4 No. of Bathrooms: 2 - 4 Dimension Townhouse: 22 x 83 ft Built-up: 1,430 - 3,900 sf Subsale Price: Rental:
Houses in Taman Sri Hartamas are highly sought after by the upper middle class Malaysians and expatriates since middle of 1990s. Even during economic crisis, property prices in this exclusive neighborhood hardly drop. Sri Hartamas's most prized feature is the greenery and isolation. It is surrounded by a hill range that dots the Klang Valley, giving the area an isolated country feel, despite being only 15 minutes away from the center of Kuala Lumpur. The country feel at Taman Sri Hartamas, coupled with the easy transportation access via car, has made it a magnet for the up and coming, young professional and Malaysian upper middle class. It has also been attracting expatriates, making it an international neighbourhood, with the amenities it offers. Nowadays, plenty of language classes, international cuisine restaurants and pubs are available nearby.