The newest addition to the Starter Home series by S P Setia dubbed Artoca was quickly snapped up on the first day of its launch in Setia Alam due to overwhelming response. The event saw the participation of over 200 eager home buyers.

Bandar Setia Alam general manager Tan Siow Chung, introduced the Starter Home series, in 2018 to give both first-time home buyers and those looking for an upgrade of their living space, a chance to own a landed residence placed within a thriving community.

The RM60mil phase offers 106 units of 18' by 65’ sized double-storey terrace homes with built-ups ranging between 1,499sq ft and 1,630sq ft, that come with either three or four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The freehold property comes with a column-free car porch and is sold from just RM494,760 for Bumi units.

Tan explained, “with prices starting from below RM500,000, Artoca homes are the most affordable option of landed homes for prospective homeowners looking to settle down in Setia Alam; a mature, amenity-rich and award-winning township.”

The developer anticipates that the sought after address and its reasonably priced homes will draw the attention of purchasers from surrounding areas such as Meru, Klang, Kapar, Bukit Tinggi, Shah Alam and even those living in highly populated areas such as Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya as well as Puchong.

Artoca is safeguarded by natural barriers which include hedges and streams as well as a perimeter fencing. The precincts’ access point is closely monitored by security guards to assure the safety and security of residents that would soon call the newly launched phase, home.

Launched in April 2004, Setia Alam offers a substantial 400-acre green space, wetland parks as well as urban parks. The self-contained township offers amenities such as Setia City Mall, convention centres, parks, petrol kiosks, neighbourhood-friendly retail outlets, numerous educational institutions, banks and restaurants.

The said township is easily accessed via a link to the NKVE that was constructed by S P Setia connecting Setia Alam with Shah Alam, Subang, Damansara, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur.

Additionally, residents can find alternative routes via Federal Highway, Jalan Meru, Shapadu Highway and the KESAS highway.

(19 June 2019)