One of the show houses of Lavena at Gamuda Gardens.
More than 1,000 people showed interest in the second phase of Gamuda Gardens launched by Gamuda Land recently.

SECURE, family-friendly and nature-inspired community. In a nutshell, that is what Gamuda Gardens aspires to be.

Gamuda Gardens is a 328ha township in Rawang, Selangor, which is being developed by Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd. The 15-year development is being built in seven precincts and has a total gross development value (GDV) of RM10.1 billion.

The project is set to be a game changer, said Gamuda Land’s project general manager Wong Yik Fong.

“We are offering landed houses at competitive prices. The environment is also unique as it is blessed with scenic, beautiful and natural landscapes such as hills and watrefalls.

“We expect Gamuda Gardens will be the driver of this (Rawang) address,” said Wong.

Built on a natural undulating terrain, Gamuda Gardens offers lifestyle and nature living in a satellite township.

It features five cascading lakes and a waterfall in a 20.2ha park, a mixed terrain cycling trail and a waterfront village.

Gamuda Land launched the second phase of Gamuda Gardens recently due to the successful outcome from the first phase.

The second phase comprises 134 units of double-storey link houses, each selling at RM750,000. The total GDV for the phase is RM233 million.

Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng is confident that the second phase will receive good response from the public.

“We hope it will sell as well as the first phase due to the unique branding of Gamuda Gardens as well as its good location that is easily accessible from the city.

“The demand is there. I think Phase Two may not be selling as fast as Phase One, but it should be fully taken up within a short period,” he said.

Ngan said out of the 302 units of double-storey link houses in the first phase, 181 have been sold since February this year.

Future launches in Gamuda Gardens include semi-detached houses, cluster homes and affordable apartments.

He added that prices for the affordable apartments should be in the range of RM350,000 to RM500,000.

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