Taman Camellia


Taman Camellia, a new phase of landed residential development by Toward Asia Properties Sdn. Bhd. at Bandar Perda in Bukit Mertajam. The project is located near Jalan Perda Utara, adjacent to Bandar Perda Lake. It is only a mere minute’s drive to MPSP City Tower, less than 5km to Bukit Mertajam Town Centre. Surrounding amenities within a 2km radius include banks, schools, hospital, eateries and market.

This development comprises 23 units of 2-storey terrace houses, with a typical built-up size of 18ft x 47ft. The indicative selling price starts from RM618,888 onwards.

Project Name : Taman Camelia
Location : Bukit Mertajam
Property Type : Terrace
Total Units: 23
Built-up Area: 1,668sq.ft.
Land Area: 1,259sq.ft.
Indicative Price: RM618,888 onwards
Developer : Toward Asia Properties Sdn. Bhd.

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