It is a rare opportunity to have a luxurious abode within walking distance of the famed Gurney Drive in Penang.
Now, this opportunity has emerged at the upcoming Star Property Fair 2014 with the Mansion One project.
The project by Magna Putih Sdn Bhd is located in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.
This excellent and strategic location has become one of its main selling point.
The units are only a five minutes’ walk to Gurney Drive, three minutes’ drive to Gurney Plaza shopping mall and it takes only five minutes to drive to the George Town heritage area.
The development has a unique hotel and residence concept with a total of 330 residence units and a four-star hotel.
Unit owners can also enjoy the hotel’s various facilities and services (chargeable).
There are three unit types to choose from — single bedroom, two bedrooms or the three-bedroom executive suite.
Built-up areas for the units currently available range from 655sq ft to 1,406sqft.
The units offer fascinating views of the sea off Gurney Drive and also George Town.
There are sales packages offering fully furnished smaller units and partially furnished bigger suites.
A further added value to the Mansion One project is the renovation of Hardwicke House, a heritage building that hosts a fine restaurant.
Apart from the Mansion One project, MPSB group director Terrence Lim said the group also had a few more projects in the pipeline for Penang and Kuala Lumpur.
“In Penang, we will launch a condominium project in the Gelugor area.
“It will comprise affordable housing schemes and low medium-cost apartments with a gross development value of RM170mil.
“In Kuala Lumpur, we will launch a high-end residential project with a gross development value of RM200mil in Bukit Tunku.
“Our second location is Dang Wangi which will feature a mixed development of a hotel, retail and small office home office units with a gross development value of RM140mil,” he said.
Visitors to the Star Property Fair 2014 at Queensbay Mall can learn more about these projects at the Magna Putih booth.
The fair from Oct 23 to Oct 26 is open from 10.30am to 10.30pm and admission is free. - By Edmund Ngo (The Star)