The concept of a home can be ever-evolving depending on the age we live in and our individual preferences. But the thing that never changes when it comes to buying a place we can call home is its ability to provide value that uplifts our lives in terms of affordability, space, convenience, and lifestyle. Together, these create a value that makes the ideal home – a place where urban families can build a comfortable life and truly grow.
With their mission to build practical homes that bring comfort and assurance to homebuyers, pioneering developer Myra presents their latest residential development, Myra Vista. It is the fifth installment under the Myra brand following Myra Saujana in Putrajaya, Myra Meranti in Puchong, Myra Alam in Puncak Alam, and Myra Putra in Desa Pinggiran Putra.
Located in Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Myra Vista is a low-density, individual title township built on a Malay reserve land with a total estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM 48,143,000. It comprises 89 units of 20′ x 80′ double-storey terrace homes with a built-up of 1726 – 1766 sqft together with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms at the starting price of RM 439,000 with a booking fee of RM 500.
Built to fulfill the lifestyle of young Malay owner-occupiers, Myra Vista embodies all the values that transform a house into a home that can meet all the needs and wants of the young urban Malay community. In addition, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi is situated in the middle of other mature and rapidly developing areas including Kota Warisan, Nilai, and Jenderam Hilir. Hence, this residential development offers a highly reasonable housing option to those who are working in neighboring towns but also yearn for an affordable home of their own.
Designed to meet the gap in the property market, Myra Vista is confident that the homes they offer truly meet the needs of their aspiring homebuyers. Wendy Lim, General Manager of Sales and Marketing said, “We always plan our products with our target demographic in mind, and in this case of Myra Vista, the urban Malay market. How they would use them, what they need, and a breakdown of their wants tiered to their priorities. For us, it’s all about relevance – we’ll always seek to provide the best possible version of any product for the market it’s intended for.”
On top of a competitive price range, Myra Vista boasts a design that suits the lifestyle of its Malay audience who prioritize a comfortable and spacious communal area perfect for family gatherings. The homes are also designed to provide optimal privacy, space, and wellness for the individuals living in it. Knowing their target homebuyers who treasure spending quality time with family and friends, Myra Vista provides a family hall with an attached balcony on the corner and end lots. These invite natural sunlight and cool ventilation on the first floor while also providing some needed privacy.
Myra believes that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to lifestyle choices, and this is where Myra Vista excels in terms of offering its homebuyers flexibility. For instance, its 279 sqft backyard can be used for families to enjoy leisure activities or hosting guests outdoors. For the aspirational urban farmers, the backyard will be the ideal spot to grow their own vegetables. Additionally, it can be an open option for homebuyers who decide to extend their homes to cater to the changing needs of their family.
In ensuring that homebuyers and community members will be able to fulfill their religious duties without hassle, the residential development is located just 3 minutes away from the nearest surau for the ease of attending religious gatherings. Those who pray at home, on the other hand, will find it easy to do so with the help of an installed kiblat sign in every Myra Vista unit as a helpful guide.
With a great location, size and price, Myra Vista takes it up a notch to emphasize the importance of a healthy lifestyle, including living as one with nature. To encourage quality time outdoors, much thought has been put into the development’s landscaping that includes communal areas for a fun and healthy lifestyle among community members regardless of age.
As part of their communal area development, Myra Vista had taken into consideration the different lifestyle needs of their homebuyers to make their amenities more relevant, fun, and educational. One prime feature of Myra Vista’s outdoor amenities is a specially-developed themed cycling park for children that not only functions as a playground but also as an educational course that teaches them about road signs, traffic etiquette, and proper road usage. As for the adults, a jogging path will be built around the playground area with an adult par course section meant for exercise and healthy activities.
Security is never a compromise for Myra, which explains its prioritization in developing a guarded sanctuary for the safety of its residents. As a responsible developer that cares for the well-being of their community, they believe in optimizing security to protect the safety and peace of mind of homebuyers who should be able to enjoy the benefits of a landed home in a 24-hour guarded community that grants both privacy and freedom.
Accessibility is a prime factor to consider in today’s home buying process. Located near major highways such as the ELITE, North-South Expressway, MEX, LEKAS, and SKVE, the area has seen a drastic growth in terms of offering accessibility to its residents.
The array of connectivity options available also allow residents the option to connect or disconnect from other busy towns within minutes. Hence, homebuyers working in neighboring towns will find Myra Vista an ideal choice to call home as it is not only near to their workplace but also a more strategic location and an affordable option compared to neighboring cities like Nilai and Kota Warisan.
Besides providing affordable homes, Myra has also made it their mission to provide an easy home buying journey for young homebuyers through education and awareness. Listed under the MyHome affordable housing scheme that provides RM 30,000 worth of incentives, and as part of the Home Ownership Programme (HOC) 2020, Myra Vista homebuyers will be exempted from paying stamp duty for Memorandum of Transfer (MOT) and loans. With these benefits paired with guidance offered by their product experts, Myra is adamant to be part of the government’s initiative in helping first-time homebuyers to get a home of their own, and helping them realize that it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming experience.
“Throughout the entire process of development, Myra has always deeply considered the lifestyle and wellness needs of our target home buyers. Even from the launch right up to the key handover, we want to be involved in the lives of our homebuyers and continue to cultivate meaningful relationships for an ideal community living. It doesn’t matter if our homebuyers are large families, urbanites seeking a balanced lifestyle, or professionals working in the big city, we want to make Myra Vista an ideal choice for everyone to grow and build a long-lasting home,” Wendy said.