Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

Damansara Heights (also known as Bukit Damansara) is a freehold town that is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has come a long way since its inception as a residential area for just government officials. Transforming into a premium location for a range of businesses, institutions, and residences, it rightfully holds its place amongst the most-sought addresses in Kuala Lumpur. Boasting prestigious locales of colleges, government offices, multinational corporations, and many upscale dining spots, Damansara Heights satiates the high-end demands of both the locals and expats. With an exciting nightlife culture, it doesn't disappoint either, offering a range of bars and pubs for people to unwind after a long day of work.

The built-up available in this town is 2,200 sf to 18,000 sf for houses. Other neighbouring towns around are Bangsar Utama, Bukit Bandaraya, Bukit Kiara, Bukit Tunku, Dutamas, KL Sentral, North Kiara, Semantan, Sri Hartamas and Sungai Penchala.

Property Type
Town
Land Tenure
Freehold
Built-up
2,200 sf - 18,000 sf (House)
Market Price
RM1,690,000 - RM21,960,000 (House)
Total Units
-NA-
Completion Date
1970s
Developer
-NA-
Launch Price
-NA-

This town has some amenities nearby, e.g. universities, schools, transit stations and hospitals. The following are some of the main universities here:

As for schools, there are Cempaka International School Damansara Heights and Stella Maris School Medan Damansara. There are also some transit stations here, such as MRT Pusat Bandar Damansara and MRT Semantan.

The current rental yield of Damansara Heights is 2.4% for houses. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 5.66% in Q4 2015 (house); while the lowest one was 1.92% in Q2 2014 (house). Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

House Layouts

The most popular layout and size (built-up) combination at Damansara Heights for houses is 5-bedroom / 5,000 sf with a median price of RM1,300 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 7-bedroom / 6,000 sf with a median price of RM1,650 psf; while the cheapest one is 3-bedroom / 2,200 sf with a median price of RM770 psf.

Latest Damansara Heights sale listings:

DateProperty TypeBuilt-upPrice
TodayCondominium614 sfRM1,080,000
TodayCondominium614 sfRM1,080,000
TodayCondominium775 sfRM1,280,000
TodayCondominium702 sfRM1,166,000
30 Mar 2024Commercial Land-NA-RM829,380,000
8 Apr 2024Studio363 sfRM175,000
22 Mar 2024Terrace2,500 sfRM1,660,000
22 Mar 2024Condominium1,728 sfRM1,600,000
21 Mar 2024Bungalow4,712 sfRM5,000,000
27 Mar 2024Bungalow5,000 sfRM5,000,000

Latest Damansara Heights rental listings:

DateProperty TypeBuilt-upRental
TodayMaster Room-NA-RM1,400
YesterdayBungalow4,712 sfRM16,000
TodayMaster Room-NA-RM1,400
TodayRoom-NA-RM1,240
TodayRoom-NA-RM988
TodayMedium Room-NA-RM1,100
TodayRoom-NA-RM938
TodaySingle Room-NA-RM900
5 Apr 2024Single Room-NA-RM900
4 Apr 2024Medium Room-NA-RM1,100
3 user comments on Damansara Heights
Joe
1 Aug 2019 @ 6:54 PM

Dysfunctional JMC and useless Chairmans for the last several years ... the property manager of Twins told me this is a low-class condominium himself.

Anyway, I sold my unit already as I couldn't bear with the bad management!

Joe
7 Aug 2019 @ 10:49 AM

Good news for Twins, as Sprint bypass to KL is being built next to Pavilion Damansara Heights. So less traffic and reduced traffic noise for Twins when bypass is completed.

Joe
7 Aug 2019 @ 10:58 AM

A very niche community mall with some nice restaurants. The food here are expensive though, especially the Thai restaurant on the ground floor.