Cousin signed the papers at around RM360K last year. The price was, of course, bordering on unrealistic for a sleepy township.
Photos were taken three weeks ago. The homes were almost complete except for some wiring work.
I found the overall colour choice neat. Green tinted glass against white is nice on the eyes. It has always attracted me because it gives me an illussion of freshness. I like this combination very much.
I'm really picky about colours and I get riled up when architects or designers (whoever it is who gets to pick the colour) do a lousy job at matching.
It's off-putting when professionals choose to throw up an unimaginative colour scheme when they've been given the golden opportunity to showcase their creativity.
Unfortunately, I don't have the deets for this project. It wasn't a planned visit and I don't find it highly necessary to bug my cousin for it.
|The facade, with green tinted glass. |
The front porch fits 2 cars comfortably.
|The living hall|
|The kitchen - A large backyard|
|The kitchen, from another angle|
|Overview of the single storey terrace homes. |
A street party is possible.