Taman Sri Aman is a matured residential development located within the established neighborhood of Cheras South. It is within close proximity to similar developments like Taman Bukit Permai, Taman Bukit Mewah and Taman Bukit Segar. It comprises of mostly double-storey terrace houses. These freehold houses typically have built-up sizes ranging from 2,000 sf onward. Each of these houses comes with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Being strategically situated in the bustling hub of Cheras, residents will have easy access to many amenities. Cheras town is only a short driving distance away which is host to an abundance of amenities. Apart from that, it only takes a 5 minute drive to the nearest shopping mall while Lagenda Mas can be found within a 2km radius. There are quite a number of schools within close proximity from Taman Sri Aman. Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Cuepacs can be found right opposite the Cheras-Kajang highway.
Furthermore, there is the SK Batu 9, Maktab PDRM Cheras and SRA Al-Mubaraqh. There are quite a number of Surau that can be found within a 3km radius as well. Taman Sri Aman is well connected via several major highways, especially Cheras-Kajang highway. A short drive along that highway provide motorists with an opportunity to link to other highways such as New Klang Valley Expressway and MRR2. A good number of public transportation services can be found within the vicinity such as bus stops and taxi stands.
Taman Sri Aman would be ideal for the lower-middle class income group as it provides comfort and convenience at a largely affordable price. It’s close proximity to many amenities as well as KL City Center proves to be invaluable. The bustling hub of Cheras South will most certainly be able to provide many job opportunities that are not far from home.
Most of the houses in Taman Sri Aman are aged and worn, therefore potential buyers should take into consideration extra funds required for renovation or at least a new coat of paint. It’s close proximity to Cheras-Kajang highway may be a nuisance to some as it contributes largely to sound and air pollution.
Furthermore, traffic congestion is almost inevitable due to the large population in Cheras. Some may speculate that the area is currently over congested. Garbage woes and air pollution have been a constant issue for residents of Taman Sri Aman. The issue seem to be due to the fact that the rubbish there is only collected once or twice in a week. As such, some residents have resorted to dumping garbage nearby.
Residents of Taman Sri Aman have already issued a complaint to Alam Flora but was told that “there was no allocation for (communal) garbage bins in their neighborhood”. Moreover, there are complaints that the factory operating nearby have caused air pollution and residents have reported that their cars will be covered in dust every morning.
Security might be a prevailing issue within the vicinity, especially Taman Rasa Sayang. There have been reports of snatch thefts along Jalan Besar Rasa Sayang. There is also the issue of lack of signboards towards Taman Sri Aman from the main road as many motorists do not know where it is.