This mixed residential development is developed on 600 acres of freehold land which was purchased from SP Setia Bhd in 2005 for RM282 million. This enclave hosts medium to high-end developments and mostly are 2-storey terrace house. All houses are sold via build-then-sell (BTS). Initial buyers are only required to pay booking fee of RM500 before it is completed.
There are 5 phases of 2-storey terrace developments that have been released thus far, with some of them have completed. They are named Ayu Prima, Ayu Lestari, Ayu Klasik, Ayu Puri and Ayu Qaseh. Ayu Qaseh and Ayu Puri comprise of 170 and 144 units respectively. Each house is sited on 20′ × 70′ land size and comes with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There are several built-ups to choose from ranging from 1,818 sf to 1,960 sf.
Setia Alam is a well-planned to become a self-contained township with several amenities surrounding it. Alam Nusantara is within 5 minutes driving to Tesco Setia Alam and Setia City Mall. Besides that it is also near to is commercial centre that hosts aplenty restaurants, cafÃ©s, kopitiams et cetera such as Papparich, My SEN Learning Resources, 3Q MRC Kindergarten, Great Oil Stick Restaurant and 7 Eleven.
Alam Nusantara is easily accessible from New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) via Setia Alam Exit. It is also accessible from Klang via Jalan Meru. It is also near to Federal Highway and Selat Klang Highway.
Alam Nusantara is a well-located housing estate within Setia Alam township. The architecture of the houses is very well designed with a few concepts including modern and traditional contemporary facade. However, in terms of materials quality and finishing, SP Setia is way better compared to PKNS. Similar 2-storey houses from SP Setia are currently tagged at about the same price (with a little bit more expensive).