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Pinang Court refers to a flat nestled in Jelutong, Timor Laut (Island) in Penang. It is a leasehold property and a development by IJM Land Berhad, one of the most prominent property development companies in Malaysia, having developed approximately built 148 property projects in Malaysia. Pinang Court has a total of 556 units which are hosted by two 12-storey blocks. All units are three-bedrooms with two bathrooms in each. Lebuhraya Jelutong passes right in front of the property, making its accessibility from various locations a breeze. The flat is also near other amenities like schools, medical facilities, shopping outlets, bus stops, ATMs, recreational facilities, restaurants and pubs.
Although Pinang Court 1 is a leasehold property, it still has tens of years before it tenure lapses and so, its investors have time to earn decent rental income from their rented out units. Those who are interested in homes for self-stay also have a very long period of staying here if they buy a unit presently. They might even inherit the property to their children ten of years to come. When it comes to location, Pinang Court 1 enjoys a strategic one, where accessibility to and from different areas of Jelutong is a breeze. Access to education isn’t a struggle to the residents of the property considering that it hosts a kindergarten and there are many primary and secondary schools in the neighborhood. Same case applies to shopping because there are many shopping outlets in the locality, ranging from convenience stores and hypermarkets to shopping malls.
Pinang Court is easily accessible from various parts of Jelutong through Lebuhraya Jelutong, a road that passes in front of the property. Better still, there are numerous bus stops near the flat which make it easy for the non-drivers who live in the property to access public transport services.
Facilities & Amenities
Covered car park
24 hours security
95, Bazar Blok 1D Jalan Dagangan 4 Pusat Bandar Bertam Perdana, Taman Bertam Perdana, 13200 Kepala Batas, Pulau Pinang