An artist’s impression of a bungalow unit at The Enclave boutique properties by Pulai Springs Resort Bhd.
A semi-detached unit at The Enclave. Pictures from Pulai Springs Resort Bhd.

HOSPITALITY development firm Pulai Springs Resort Bhd will soon have a new area dedicated to boutique houses on its Jalan Pontian property in Johor Baru.

Known as The Enclave, it will have 33 semi-detached houses and bungalows with green features that are slated for completion in the third quarter of 2019.

The two- and three-storey houses, ranging from 4,129 sq ft to 6,541 sq ft, come with seven designs.

Group executive director Nick Mah said the boutique development offers low-density living at its finest.

He said owners will live amid the lush, green surroundings of the Pulai Springs Resort and enjoy amenities such the 18-hole and nine-hole golf courses.

“Each home at The Enclave is meticulously designed, featuring dual-roof concept and double-layer brick wall system to create a cooler, breezier and more energy-efficient living space.

“The Enclave is a boutique development with a cosmopolitan edge.”

Mah said it is well-connected to two major airports in Senai and Changi in Singapore, four seaports and a coastal highway.

It is located near the Johor Premium Outlets, the newly-opened Paradigm Mall Johor Baru, Aeon Taman Universiti mall, Sultan Abu Bakar customs, immigration and quarantine complex at the Second Link, Kota Iskandar state administrative centre, Puteri Harbour and Iskandar Puteri.

Mah said the guarded community is a short drive to several world-class educational institutions, healthcare and wellness facilities, and the Legoland Malaysia and Hello Kitty and The Little Big Club theme parks.

The company also operates the Cinta Ayu Resort Apartments and Anugraha Boutique Hotel in Johor Baru.

The Pulai Springs Resort’s 18-hole golf course won the International Real Estate Federation’s (FIABCI) Prix d’Excellence Award in 2000. The resort had also won the FIABCI Malaysia Chapter Award of Distinction For Best Resort Development 1998-1999.

These accolades were described by the Wall Street Journal as “the most prestigious real estate award in the world”.

Last year, the Johor government awarded the Best Landscape (Hotel/Resort Category) to the resort during the Johor Landscape Day.

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