Ametis is Subang Bestari’s latest attraction


AMETIS is a luxury semi-detached development built to serve lifestyle-seeking home buyers. The 20-unit semi-detached homes worth RM34 million in gross development value carry the same key features and concept of the latest properties developed by Worldwide Holdings.

“Designed with perfect home-living and privacy in mind, Ametis is the last offering of luxury semi-detached units with spacious family homes and private gardens within the Subang Bestari township,” said Worldwide Holdings head of property Rosli Ismail.

He said space is indeed a luxury with unit sizes ranging from 3,049 sq ft to 7,841 sq ft and built-up areas between 3,284 sq ft and 3,743 sq ft. There are four designs to select from, offering 4+1 rooms and five bathrooms each. Each unit is priced from RM1.6 million.

Ametis is located in the matured Subang Bestari township, which has schools, college, a public hall, mosque, shops, offices, shopping centre and recreation areas.

Backed by its strategic location, good quality, excellent connectivity and a matured surrounding, Ametis will do well in the market as proven during its preview launch where 40 per cent of the units offered taken up, he added.

Situated within a five-minute drive from Subang Airport and sandwiched between Kota Damansara, Kelana Jaya, Subang Jaya and Petaling Jaya, Ametis boasts an unmatched development that is a stone’s throw away from some of the most prestigious golf clubs in the country, such as Saujana Golf & Country Club, Kelab Golf Negara Subang, Glenmarie Golf & Country Club, Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah and Monterez Golf & Country Club.

Buyers will also enjoy amenities such as autogate point, reliable alarm system, solar water heater with booster pump, rain water harvesting feature for landscape and parking space for three cars.

Rosli said accessing Ametis is a breeze with easy links to various roads and highway
networks, namely Guthrie Corridor Highway, Federal Highway, Damansara-Puchong Expressway, New Klang Valley Expressway and the proposed Damansara-Shah Alam Highway, and Subang Airport and a proposed mass rapid transit station.


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