Nuri Court, Pandan
Nuri Court is a long time completed medium low cost apartment located in Pandan, Ampang. The apartment stands on leasehold land. It spreads over 6 blocks with all of them standing at 5 storeys tall. It is to be noted that this is a walk-up apartment and that there are no lifts available. The units here are all an average of 830 sf big, and has a typical layout of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
These homes are obtainable at prices as low as RM198,000 and yields a rental of approximately RM1,100 per month. Being a long completed building that boasts of being fully occupied, all the units here that are being released were pre-owned. Therefore buyers will have the advantage of choosing homes that have been renovated upon or are partially furnished at a slightly higher price and buyers who wish to fully personalise their homes may opt for an unfurnished unit at a lower price.
Nuri Court has the bare facilities of a modern high rise. Residents are provided with a barbecue area, a jogging track and children are provided with a playground. Tenants will get the pre-requisite covered parking lots expected of modern developments, and the apartment boasts 24-hours security to ensure the safety of its residents. The residence is strategically located in Ampang with many shops within walking distance of the apartment.
Residents of Nuri Court have an ample choice of supermarket outlets with Giant, Tecso Extra and The Store within close driving distance. Fast food outlets are also nearby the home as well as a selection of banks. It is centrally located with KLCC and Bukit Bintang only 20 minutes away. Commuters will love the location of this apartment as it is within only 5 minutes walking distance to the Cempaka LRT station; one of the reasons why this place has a high rental yield. Residents will find the MRRII close to their homes, ensuring easy travelling.
Nuri Court is considered a reasonably priced property as it is placed in a good location. The reason for its low price could be due to the fact that it has not received a new coat of paint in years deeming it aesthetically unpleasant, and also the fact that it is a walk up apartment which makes it unsuitable for some families.
Traffic congestion is a norm in this area, but most of the residents who stay in Nuri Court take the public transportation as the LRT is within walking distance from their homes. It is the opinion of current residents who are staying here that they have everything they need here and that they do not wish to move out. There have not been any reported break ins and residents do not find a problem walking to and fro the train station everyday; this gives the impression that this is a safe area.
Despite its outward appearance, Nuri Court holds appeal for investment purposes due to its proximity to the train station which offsets its looks. The apartment also holds appeal as a permanent residence for those who are familiar to the area as portrayed by a resident who converted from being a renter to an owner of a unit in Nuri Court when the owner of the unit decided to sell it.