The Haven, Tambun
The Haven is a groundbreaking property in Ipoh. It is an upscale lakeside condominium residence next to the 280 million year old limestone formation in Bukit Tambun. Developed by Superbook Projects, this residence is a development that aims to create heaven on earth, with its development being built next to a lake as well as the beautiful limestone formations to make it close to nature and yet minutes away from the city.
This RM230 million residential development is situated on a 13.8 acre area of leasehold land. It consists of 3 blocks of 26-storey condominium towers, which house 489 units. There are either 5 or 7 units per floor. At 26-storeys high, this makes it one of the tallest buildings in Perak state. The remaining 10 acres will be retained for landscaping purposes.
These luxury abodes at The Haven have a built-up area of between 958 to 2,840 sf, while the penthouses have a built-up area of 3,743 - 4,345 sf. Most units have a beautiful view that faces the lake. The average price is at RM298 psf, so this means units will cost between RM250,000 - RM1.4 million.
Facilities here at The Haven include a swimming pool, waterway gardens, landscaped driveway, playground, a jogging track, picnic grounds, saunas, barbecue area, gym, cafe, badminton court, high-speed broadband access, and a 5-tiers of security. Solar panels and wind technology will be used to power and maintain common aras, while water from the lake will be harvested for the common washing areas.
The Haven is located 10 minutes away from Ipoh. It is also just less than 5 km away from the North-South Highway, and is close to the Tambun Interchange. Nearby facilities include golf courses, Giant, Pantai Puteri Hospital, Tesco, and more.
The Haven in Ipoh is a place which aims to make heaven on earth, in a beautiful natural lake and limestone hill surrounding. Here, you can truly make your own sanctuary with each unit being fairly spacious as well as having incredible views like no other. The green features which feature wind and solar power are truly a welcome addition and are an added bonus to environmentally savvy investors.
There is no doubt that the price is rather steep for Ipoh, so many Ipohais may be wondering who on earth would buy such an expensive property. The target market for these units are rich local investors, or investors from overseas such as Singapore, Korea, and Japan who work nearby.
Also, it is thought that more Korean and Japanese factories will open up soon in Ipoh or nearby towns, so it can attract expatriates. It can also be made into a beautiful holiday home for those seeking a peaceful respite on the weekends away from the hustle and bustle of both Kuala Lumpur and Penang.