Is Puchong Hartamas a good place to buy a double storey house?
My in-law are thinking of getting a double storey house in Puchong Hartamas, this housing estate is next to Bandar Puteri Puchong. As you know old folks value a quiet and safe neighbourhood and enviroment so that they can go for early morning walk without fear for their safety. They ask me for my opinion whether this is a right place for them. Since I don't have any friend staying there, I wish to ask for the nice Usj peoples here for your kind opinion about this Puchong Hartamas. All I know about this place is that they are freehold and price start from something like RM99k for a apartment up to RM500k plus for a decent double storey house with a build up area of 2625 sq feets. Thats all that I know.
Any comment and suggestion are wellcome. Thank you for your time.
NO place is safe now. Taxpayers have to pay extra money to stay in gated and/or guarded community (this does not mean is absolute safe also). Please spend an evening driving in USJ, SJ or Puchong and witness the security guard houses that mushrooming in these area.
Maybe, a safer way is to stay in a condo and walk around the garden/park inside the condo.
If old folks really want to have morning/evening walk, please advice them to walk in group.
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Originally Posted by Erino
Puchong hartamas is quite far off from KL.
Every area around greater KL (include puchong, usj) etc are dangerous due to lots of foreign workers.
it's not really true. my friend stay in KL and they also find a lot of foreign workers everywhere.....go to KL CC on the weekend and during the holidays and u will see them .... go to Petaling Street or Pudu or Chow Kit or Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and u will see them...the fact is this country is being overrun by foreign workers...the last I read is there are about 2 million of them (approx half are illegals) ....guess we can't complain they are dangerous cos we bring them in in the 1stt place
last time I checked there were about 25 million Malaysians in Malaysia. So how can it be that the country is being "overrun" by only 2 million foreigners?
Originally Posted by Phres
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"overrun" doesn't necessarily means "outnumber" what i mean is is "to invade, to cause harm, to ravage"
hahahahahaha... at one time,
Originally Posted by pucman
- pudu was known as 'Poon Sarm Pah' in canto or half jungle in inglis
- subang jaya so damn far and got aeroplanes frequently jettisoning **** onto your house amonsgt other things
- tmn zoo view is only for expats who luv to live with wild animals
- puchong nothin' there but labourers and abandoned tinmines & termite infested rubber estates
- bangsar was a pariah place filled with low class labourers working the railway lines
- cheras was gangster infested! Heck! even tiong nam is a black area filled with hokkien gangsta!
do i go on???
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There is a cemetery (hidden with tall bushy trees) next to the playing field.
It doesn't have the "wow" feeling when you drive into it, as you need to pass some small factory on the way.
The tupai clans have probably seen it all, havent they......
Originally Posted by tupai
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