Danau Idaman is a medium end condominium that is conveniently located in Taman Danau Desa, within the serene Taman Desa vicinity. Its design is similar to its siblings, Danau Permai and Danau Impian; just the difference it is in white with green finishing.
Danau Idaman is a joint-venture collaboration project in between Faber Group and the city hall, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur. It consists of three 22-storey blocks with a total of 659 units. Each unit comprises 938 sf with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Taman Danau Desa is part of the self contained Taman Desa. Within the vicinity itself, there are loads of amenities to serve the residents. Next to Danau Idaman, there is a commercial area comprises of rows of shop-lots with offices, restaurants, cafes, groceries et cetera. Besides that, it is also near to Taman Desa’s town centre. There are few schools located nearby, namely SMK Taman Desa (within 5 minutes walking distance) and SMK Desa Perdana.
For accessibility, Danau Idaman is accessible via several highways – New Pantai Expressway (NPE), Federal Highway, Kuala Lumpur – Seremban Highway, Sungai Besi Highway and Smart Tunnel. It is about 15 minutes drive to KL City Centre (via Smart Tunnel) and 8 minutes to MidValley City.
Danau Idaman is another condominium development by Faber Group. The Group is a memberof the UEM Group. Faber Group is well-known for its property developments in Taman Desa and Taman Danau Desa. Its past developments include Faber Ria, Faber Heights, Casa Desa, and Danau Murni to name a few.
Danau Idaman is loved by locals, as well as a few groups of expatriates – the Arabs and the Africans. It is in demand because of its strategic location as well as decent design. Because of these foreigners, demand for rental is quite good and delivers decent rental yield for investors.
However, if you are looking for better rental yield (and also better in other things), you should probably opt for Danau Permai, as it is claimed to offer better living experience with pool, gardens and lake view. It is much more preferred by the expatriates.