Location : Sri Damansara
Name : The Airie
Developer : Green Heights Developments (Subsidiary Of Loh & Loh)
Architects : MKPL Architects Pte Ltd (Award winning singaporean firm)
Completion Date : Dec 2013
Selling Price : RM3mil Nego
Type : Semi Detached Type A
No Of Storey : 3 1/2 storey
Built Up : 4,285sf
Land Area : 2,507sf
No Of Bedrooms : 5+1
No Of Bathrooms : 6+1
• Clubhouse (Residence only)
• Function room
• Children's playground
• Infinity pool (located above club house)
• Children's wading pool
• Cascading water feature
The Airie is an exclusive freehold gated and guarded residential enclave comprising semi-detached homes, zero lot homes and bungalows nestled in the matured Bandar Sri Damansara. It is neighboring The Rafflesia, Paradesa Tropika and Paradesa Rustica.
With the Forest Research Institute (FRIM) forest as its backdrop and lush landscaped greenery within the enclave itself, The Airie offers natural ambiance and calm surrounding. The natural greenery is complemented by reflective pools, water features, thematic gardens, playgrounds and garden decks that linked the residences.
The Airie's security feature is enhanced with CCTV surveillance around the full perimeter fencing and round-the-clock guard patrols. The security is equipped with Central Monitoring System (CMS) that allows them to take immediate action upon any problem detected. Each house is equipped with a panic button on every floor, private access via individual porches and intercoms that connect to the guardhouse.
Ample amenities: SMK Sri Damansara 1, SK Bandar Sri Damansara 1 and Sekolah Sri Bistari, a mosque (Al-Mukarramah Mosque) and Sri Damansara Club – a sports and recreational club. There are rows of shop lots and big commercial projects, namely 8trium and Damansara Avenue will accommodate its residents better.
The Airie is within mere minutes away from established neighborhoods, such as Desa ParkCity, Damansara Perdana, TTDI and Bandar Utama. Furthermore, one can reach Mutiara Damansara shopping belt that consists of Ikea, Tesco Damansara and The Curve.