Taman Wangsa Cheras is a neighborhood placed next to a forest reserve, wedged between residential areas Sunway Cheras and Hijauan Residence. It is secluded from the busy main roads of Selangor and Taman Wangsa Cheras is located pretty inward, toward the forest reserve.
The residences in Taman Wangsa Cheras consists of link houses with two types of built-in, 2,377 and 2,939 sf. Most of the corner units are already tenanted due to their exclusivity. It has two entrances, one shared with Hijauan Residence, another which is narrow and thus rather a hassle to go through.
Taman Wangsa Cheras is accessible from Cheras-Kajang Highway, MRR2 and Seremban Highway. However, Taman Wangsa Cheras is hard to reach by public transportation. The only service provided is bus service. However, residents with vehicles can get to KL toll-free.
Amenities nearby Taman Wangsa Cheras are food court, hospital, petrol stations, surau and schools – SK Taman Puteri, Sri Cempaka School, Master Skill Nursing College and SRK Taman Cuepacs. It is near to Cheras Leisure Mall and Venice Hill for recreational means.
Dominion Park is a subsidiary of Prestamewah Development which has launched projects mostly in the suburbs of other states such as Johor, Perak and Melaka, most of them linkhouse residences. Prestamewah Development has undergone quite a few of constructions and there are currently some ongoing projects, too.
The developer of Taman Wangsa Cheras also provides a free alarm system to each house and kept the architectures designed in a simple yet modest way, thus maintaining the prices on a reasonable level.
The area would be tightly guarded as the neighborhood is close to a square in shape and it has only two entrances, unlike the larger Sunway Cheras, which is a residential lower in density but yet not completely fenced. Taman Wangsa Cheras is also closer to the forest reserve, hence supplying its residents literally a breath of fresh air, and there is already a jogging area, an activity to start your day with.
Overall, Taman Wangsa Cheras would sound like a warm invitation for the families of medium-income and above for a serene and safe living place. It is understood that these families would need to own at least one means of transportation in order to access to other places, even those that are just around the corner.