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SAFFRON @ SENTUL EAST, THE SAFFRON CONDOMINIUM Sentul ...

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The Saffron is the second development launched at Sentul East, designed to revitalise and regenerate this historical part of the city. With its proximity to the city centre, The Saffron at Sentul East is downtown living in Kuala Lumpur, redefined.The Saffron is 4 towers of 17 and 24 storey condominiums, all either 3+1 or 4+1. In terms of facilities, they have this geometrically inspired playground and 3 different well-designed pools for everyone. The 30-acre Sentul Park in the West side is an enclosed area only of residents. Block A & C have 8 units per floor, while B has 6 and D has an exclusive 3. Units range from 1,000sq.ft to 1,873sq.ft. What we can see is that they’ve limited the size of the units to a smaller range, presumably to keep the pricing affordable. They are also providing the units with bare finishes (not even airconditioning provided, but the pipings are there). There is a small park next to the Saffron specially for the residents, something not provided for Tamarind.The units are pretty nicely laid out, the general feel of it is simplistic, rectangularish, with tall windows, similar to the what you see at Lake Edge.Units get one parking spot, larger ones get max of two, RM16k for an additional parking spot. RM0.25psf maintenance fee.For accessibility, there is the Sentul KTM Komuter Station right in the middle of it, the Sentul LRT Station within walking distance, and the proposed Sentul Link under construction. KLCC is just less than 10 minutes away (normal traffic) and major highways are all around. But of course, the unit sizes could have been bigger, and if they had thrown in some freebies like cabinets or better finishes, it would have been much better. But for this price, there are many good things going for it – freehold, facilities, thoughtful planning. Some people have aversion to Sentul, so for them other development may look more attractive. The Saffron, just like the Tamarind, is named after the commonly used spice. It’s from the purple crocus flower, and the spice names ...