Scott Sentral is a low density serviced apartment located in Brickfields vicinity, right next to Villa Scott. It was developed by Aston Villa and the whole project was completed in the end of 2006. This 23-storey condominium comprises of 189 units with 11 units on each floor. There is a number of unit sizes available ranging from 804 to 1,733 sf in several of layouts.
Facilities at Scott Sentral include gym, swimming pool, indoor children playground, laundry, squash court and function rooms which are located on the 6th floor. 1st to 5th floor are for car park while condominium units are positioned on the rest of the floors.
In terms of its location, Scott Sentral is strategically located between Jalan Scott and Jalan Tun Sambathan 3. It is within 4 minutes walking to Tun Sambathan Monorail station. Also, one can opt to walk to the transportation hub of KL Sentral (Stesen Sentral) to access Putra Line LRT, KTM Komuter, KLIA Transit, KTM Intercity and KLIA Express.
Besides its advantage on numerous public transportation accesses available nearby, there are also a number of amenities nearby Scott Sentral as well. For instance, one can walk to a morning wet market, 7-Eleven, banks, groceries, night market and rows of shops and food stalls. There are also nursery and kindergarten nearby. Among its immediate neighbors are 633 Residency, Villa Scott, and Siewdor Mansion.
Brickfields is a medium-sized town which is mixed with religious structures which some are over 100 years old and massive development of commercial centers. It is also known as Kuala Lumpur’s Little India as Indian is the main community within the vicinity. It has rapidly revolved from just a residential into a commercial extension of Kuala Lumpur.
This area is an ideal neighborhood for Indian locals and expatriates to raise kids. There are several Indian government schools and international schools in the area. These schools are SK ST Theresa 1 and 2, SRJK (T) Vivekananda, SMK Vivekananda, Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL) and Global Indian International School.
Brickfields is one of the most congested areas in Kuala Lumpur. Its roads cater thousands of people commuting to work as it links the city to Bangsar. While, it also plays role as a transportation hub for another thousands of people who use public transportation to commute to work, school and even for leisure. Adding these with numerous religious structures, commercial centers and residential located within the enclave, each part of the town is packed and crammed. Jalan Tun Sambathan and Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad are among the most congested.
Besides that, Scott Sentral is built facing Jalan Damansara which connects to Mahameru Highway. Jalan Damansara is one of main road access for the people to commute to the city center from Damansara, Sg Besi, and even Seremban. It caters thousands of motorists every single day and night. Therefore, residents that live facing the road have to suffer intolerable noise from the vehicles which passing by. Also, these vehicles also cause air pollution.
Even though Brickfields is a high density area, it attracts a lot of Indian expatriates to reside in the area. This is due to the neighborhood is mainly populated by Indian as well as being near to the Indian temples. Also, there are numerous facilities amenities catered for Indian community including Tamil schools and international schools, numerous Indian delicacies restaurants and others.
This is a rightful investment if you know and understand Indian market very well, as it is a niche market. In spite of its strategic location nearby plenty of public transportation, Brickfields does not attract any other expatriates or appeal other local races much. Also, Brickfields is a matured neighborhood and there is no vacant land available for future residential development. Thus, Scott Sentral will continue to offer rental yield gain for its investors from time to time.