Bukit Tunku, Kuala Lumpur
Bukit Tunku (also known as Kenny Hills) is a freehold town located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is an upscale, posh enclave that is home to some of the most elite individuals in the country. Residential units here are mostly bungalows (some can even be considered a mansion) and luxury condominiums which generally worth millions. It is surrounded by matured neighbourhoods where amenities are aplenty and it is also within a short driving distance to the city centre.
The built-up available in this town is 4,500 sf to 15,020 sf for houses. Other neighbouring towns around are Bandar Baru Sentul, Chow Kit, Dang Wangi, Dutamas, Federal Hill, PWTC, Pudu, Pusat Bandar Damansara, Semantan and Titiwangsa.
This town has many amenities nearby, e.g. universities, metro transport stations, hospitals and schools. The following are some universities here:
- Adroit College
- Cosmopoint International College University
- Help University
- International Open College
- International University Of Malaya Wales
- KL Metropolitan University College
- Perdana University Clinical Centre
- Queens College KL
- The Regency College
As for metro transport stations, there are Komuter Bank Negara, Komuter Putra, LRT Bandaraya, LRT PWTC, LRT Sultan Ismail, Monorail Chow Kit and Monorail Medan Tuanku. There are also some hospitals here, such as Damai Service Hospital HQ, Ipoh Road Medical Centre, KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital, Lourdes Medical Centre and Sentul Medical Centre.
Lastly, the schools here are Marefat International School, SJK (C) Chung Kwok, SMK Sentul Utama and Spectrum International Islamic School KL.
The current rental yield of Bukit Tunku is 1.65% for houses. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 4.91% in Q3 2011 (House); while the lowest one was 0.97% in Q2 2020 (House). Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:
The most popular layout and size combination at Bukit Tunku for houses is 6-bedroom / 15,020 sf with a median price of RM1,000 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 5-bedroom / 6,000 sf with a median price of RM2,420 psf; while the cheapest one is 7-bedroom / 15,000 sf with a median price of RM830 psf.
Latest Bukit Tunku for sale listings:
|10 Jun 2021||Condominium||2,400 sf||RM1,900,000|
|10 Jun 2021||Bungalow||20,000 sf||RM16,800,000|
|8 Jun 2021||Condominium||2,100 sf||RM1,400,000|
|7 Jun 2021||Bungalow||28,314 sf||RM8,000,000|
|25 May 2021||Condominium||1,916 sf||RM1,400,000|
|2 Jun 2021||Residential Land||-NA-||RM29,000,000|
|2 Jun 2021||Bungalow||10,000 sf||RM15,000,000|
Latest Bukit Tunku for rent listings:
|Today||Room In Apartment||-NA-||RM800|
|4 Jun 2021||Condominium||2,000 sf||RM4,000|
|23 May 2021||Semi-Detached||8,000 sf||RM25,000|
|28 May 2021||Bungalow||7,300 sf||RM18,000|
|26 May 2021||Semi-Detached||4,000 sf||RM9,500|
|19 May 2021||Condominium||2,207 sf||RM7,000|
|7 May 2021||Condominium||1,589 sf||RM3,500|
|17 May 2021||Condominium||3,253 sf||RM6,000|
|16 May 2021||Condominium||4,225 sf||RM9,000|