Major areas located north of Kuala Lumpur have seen rapid growth. As the real estate value is rising despite the overall property market slowing down in recent years. Some of the significant locations include Kepong, Batu Caves, Selayang and Sentul.
The properties located north of Kuala Lumpur also offer strong growth potential. One of the main reasons is the vicinity of these locations to the Kuala Lumpur city centre and its good connectivity to other areas in Klang Valley.
Major Highways And Public Transportation Accessibility
Most of the locations in the north of Kuala Lumpur are served by a variety of public transportation such as the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and the KTM train line.
The major highways that connect these places to other areas in Kuala Lumpur are the Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and the three phases of the Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway (DUKE). The easy access and connectivity of the areas will continue to stimulate the interest of property investors and homebuyers in areas north of Kuala Lumpur.
Homebuyers that are considering to buy a new house for sale in Batu Caves can enjoy the convenience of the KTM Komuter with stops at the KTM Batu Caves station. Batu Caves is also located just next to the MRR2 and can be accessed by various other roads such as Jalan Sentul and Jalan Kuching.
Sentul property and Kepong property are also well placed to benefit from the MRT infrastructure. Several MRT stations are serving these two neighbourhoods. These two areas are also connected via the DUKE highway to various parts of Kuala Lumpur.
The Selayang – Kepong Highway also offers access to various places. Residents staying in Selayang can also easily travel to multiple sites via the MRR2 and Jalan Kuching. Properties price in Selayang such as the Selayang new condo is on the uptrend as it is considered as a prime location property.
Kepong is the Hotspot For Property Investment
Properties in Kepong such as the Kepong condo and its surrounding area are seen as the most promising for the potential growth of the property. Many property developers have heavily invested in this area due to the development of the new MRT SSP Line.
There will be a total of five SSP Line stations in Kepong. The upgrade of the public transport infrastructure has given a boost to property prices and drawn many buyers outside of Kepong. It is located just 13 kilometres north from the Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is home to one of the largest forest reserves in the Klang Valley.
Residents of Kepong can enjoy the greenery in the Recreational Forest Bukit Lagong. The sizeable Taman Metropolitan lake park is also located in Kepong where many families will spend their free time there doing various activities.
Exciting Times Ahead For Jalan Ipoh
Jalan Ipoh is one of the oldest arterial roads in Kuala Lumpur. It stretches from the Jinjang and Segambut neighbourhoods to the older heart of the city near Sentul, Titiwangsa and Chow Kit.
Its residential property landscape comprises of old apartments, terraced houses and some newer Jalan Ipoh condominium that is catered to the middle-income group. Many property developers are recognising the potential of this area and beginning to develop properties here.
The property in Jalan Ipoh is also expected to see positive growth due to its excellent connectivity, central location and proximity to the city centre. Various amenities around the area will undoubtedly attract property buyers and investors.