Mutiara Bukit Jalil is a low-density housing development in Bukit Jalil. Developed by Puchong Kinrara Development (a subsidiary of Dolomite Corporation), this housing estate consists of 3 phases which were all completed in several stages, with the last phase completed in 2010.
All of the houses in Mutiara Bukit Jalil are 3-storey terrace link homes, situated on freehold land. Information for Phase 1 is unavailable. However, phase 2 consists of 135 houses. These houses in phase 2 are situated on a 22′ × 70′ piece of land, and have a built-up area of 2,895 sf. These houses are 5 + 1 rooms and have 4 bathrooms. They include 3-phase wiring, an auto-gate, a covered car porch which can fit 2 cars side by side, and high quality floor tiles. This phase was completed in 2007.
Phase 3 of Mutiara Bukit Jalil is slightly larger, as it sits on a 22′ × 75′ piece of land. This phase was completed in June 2010, and consists of only 40 units. These units have a built-up area of about 3,600 sf and are spacious with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and a wet and dry kitchen. These houses had an original launch price of between RM618,000 – RM1,068,888. For this, you get 8 free air conditioners, and flooring which includes ceramic tiles and laminated wood floor tiles.
Mutiara Bukit Jalil is accessible via the Sg Besi-Puchong road (aka Bukit Jalil Highway). Facilities nearby include Giant Bukit Jalil, schools, Hospital Kem Kinrara, Hindu temples, Bukit Jalil Golf Club, IOI Mall, Tesco, and restaurants. It is also less than 4 kilometres away from Bus Terminal Jln Othman, KTM Petaling, and RapidKL LRT Sri Petaling.
Mutiara Bukit Jalil is an exclusive and low density area with affordable, spacious 3-storey homes. It sits on freehold land, and is spacious enough for a large family to reside in. Freebies such as the fitted kitchen and 8 free air-conditioners are always excellent to have. However, there are a few disadvantages, such as there is a light industrial park right in front of Mutiara Bukit Jalil. The 2 entry points are in front of the industrial lots, which may be a problem for some people. It is also ex-mining land, which is why the lake or ex-mining pond exists.