Mandarina Court is a leasehold 15-storey apartment situated within the vicinity of Bukit Mandarin in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. It can be found near to Taman Orkid and Taman Len Sen. It offers a total of 291 units and each unit has a built-up area of 780 sf and 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Facilities provided here are covered parking lots and 24 hours security.
Amenities such as the Econsave Hypermarket as well as the famous 118 Food Court are located just a stone’s throw away from Mandarina Court where residents can enjoy various local delicacies and shop for basic necessities with ease. Other than that, residential areas like Taman Len Sen and Taman Connaught are both situated just within a 10 minutes drive away where residents can find ample amenities like banks, clinics, restaurants, pharmacies, saloons and more.
SMK Alam Shah, Maktab Guru Ilmu Khas, Institut Perguruan Teknik and SMK Teknik Cheras are some of the educational establishments located within a 0.5km radius away from Mandarina Court. One can easily locate Mandarina Court using Persiaran Alam Damai. As for those who travel via public transportation, the Cheras RapidKL LRT station is the nearest mode of public transportation situated to Mandarina Court.
In terms of pricing, the apartment is affordably priced though it is not very cheap if it is calculated by per sq ft (about RM358 psf). However, you might want to top up some tens of thousands and get yourself a condominium instead such as Warisan Cityview or go for older and cheaper condominium such as Miharja Condominium.
Mandarina Court is suitable for those with a small family. Some potential buyers would prefer Mandarina Court than the apartments near to USCI as those staying at the apartments near USCI commented that there is constant noise pollution from the students studying there. However, there are also concerns over the leasehold issue that as some still think that in the long term, buying a freehold landed property is still a better investment.