jalan brp 2, Bukit Rahman Putra, Ascott Hill, 47000, Selangor,Selangor,Sungai Buloh
3 storey semi d for RENT"" corner lot balcony more carpark Ascott Hill is a residential development that consists of 3 phases of 2 to 3-storey semi detached houses. It is developed by the subsidiary company of Hong Leong Group, which is Guocoland. This is a freehold development that just located at the fringes of Rahman Putra Golf Course in Sungai Buloh, and most of the residents here are able to enjoy the nice panorama view from their houses. Ascot Hill is situated at a quiet and cozy environment that under 24-hour safe guarded. The security of residents is assured by the access card to get in and get out from the guard house and also the CCTV at the check in point. Besides, it is surrounded by other established and high end projects namely Sierramas, Sierramas West, Valencia, Cosmo West, and Castilla. provided with the covered parking, playground, jogging track and clubhouse. From Ascott Hill, it takes around 2 km to reach to the nearest amenities such as banks and restaurants. It is near to the newly constructed General Hospital and also not far from the vibrant places, such as Mutiara Damansara and Kota Damansara. From there, shopping malls and hypermarkets such as Ikea, Ikano Power, One Utama, The Curve, Tesco, Giant, and Carrefour can be accessible easily via Kota Damansara free toll new widened road. Besides, it is just 15 minutes driving to the Kuala Lumpur City Center. Also, schools and colleges can be found mere minutes away from Ascott Hill, which are Sekolah Sri Bestari, SMK Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh, SMK Bukit Gading and SMK Bukit Rahman Putra, ELC International School, Segi College and so on. It can be accessible via major highways such as New Klang Valley Express (NKVE), Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR 2), Guthrie and Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong (LDP). It is near to the new exit of Sungai Buloh Hospital and takes only 5km to the Sungai Buluh Exit along NKVE Highway. Besides, there is a KTM Station in Sungai Buloh that connects to the Rawang-Seremban line.