Ketumbar Hill is a condominium where you can create your own hill top sanctuary. It sits on freehold land, and is next to Mahajaya’s Ketumbar Heights. It is developed by Mahajaya.
Painted red and white, Ketumbar Hill comprises of 543 units spread out on 16 floors. The built-up area of these condominium units are between 750 to 1,211 sf. Typical layouts are 2, 3, or 3+1 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. Unfortunately, the bedrooms here are a bit small. However, this is made up for the beautiful view of KL city, featuring KLCC.
Facilities at Ketumbar Hill include 24 hour security with video intercom and card access, children’s pool, leisure pool, BBQ pits, laundry area, nursery, reflexology path, mini market, covered car park, badminton court, CCTV, changing rooms, clubhouse, games room, gymnasium, landscaped gardens, multi-purpose court, multi-purpose hall, reading room, spa/sauna room, and a large swimming pool.
This area is easily accessible via Jalan Cheras and Jalan Kuari. It is also within a 3.17 to 3.5 kilometer radius to RapidKL Pandan Jaya, RapidKL Maluri, RapidKL Pandan Indah, and Rapid KL Bus Terminal Pandan Indah. In terms of township amenities, it is close by to many schools, a Chinese temple, Surau Cheras Utama and Surau J Kuari, a Government clinic, Pantai Cheras Medical Centre, shops, banks, food courts, and petrol stations.
Ketumbar Hill is a hill top condominium on freehold land. It is generally quiet despite the fact that it is a medium to high density building, with just less than 550 units. Positive points for this condominium is that it is located near shops, banks, and food courts. In addition, units come with 3 car parks (1 single, 1 double car park) as well a great KL view.
The disadvantages of Ketumbar Hill is that the maintenance fees are high, at 20 sen psf. However, this is made up for by the many facilities provided here. The layout can be considered not as good as other condominiums in the market, as the kitchen and bedrooms (including the master bedroom) is small.
Also, the car park is at the centre of all the blocks, so residents are required to cross the ‘bridge’ every time. Other than this, those residing in units that are facing the road may be affected by noise. This is because lorries do climb the hill on this road.