Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh
Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh (also known as Sungai Buloh New Village) is a leasehold township situated at Sungai Buloh. This matured town is surrounded by Kampung Paya Jaras Hulu, Damansara Damai and Kota Damansara to name a few. It comprises of a mix of apartments, commercial land, shop-offices, bungalows, terrace and factories.
Apartment units in this town mainly have a built-up area of 850 sf and contain 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Commercial lands on the other hand mainly come with a land area of 49,500 sf whilst shop-offices mostly have a built-up area of 1,780 sf. A standard single-storey bungalow comes with a built-up area of 38,000 sf and comprises of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. A 2-storey terrace here mainly has a land area of 1,400 sf with a built-up area of 2,800 sf and comes with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Residents of Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh can easily find ample amenities that are sited within the vicinity of the town itself such as markets, clinics, restaurants, mini markets, petrol kiosks, workshops and many more. The schools that are located within the proximity are SJK (C) Sungai Buloh whilst SK BB Sungai Buloh, SRJK Saraswathy and ELC International School are some of the schools that are located within a short drive away from the township. This town can be easily located using Jalan Sungai Buloh and as for public transportation, the KTM Sungai Buloh Station is sited about 1.99km away.
Latest transaction in Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh, Sungai Buloh
|2014-10-31||X, JALAN TAIPING||7438 ft2||795000|
|2014-09-22||X(X), JALAN KAMPUNG||7350 ft2||1000000|
|2013-01-09||X, Jalan Middle, Sungai Buloh||7620 ft2||600000|
However, residents of Kampung Sungai Buloh Baru have been experiencing dissatisfaction over the many issues that comes with these developments and one of the is the traffic congestion that is due to the fact that roads are too small and are mostly badly damaged.
These issues have been raised but the local councils were not doing anything about it. The road conditions were so bad that 11 factories had to chip in a total of RM60,000 to fix a 300-metre stretch along Jalan Tong Seng. Apart from bad road conditions, there are also issues with people stealing metal rods around town to sell for money.