6 bedroom house for sale with 1,838m2 of land, Jalan Pantai Molek, Tanjung Tokong, Penang Island, Penang
2,619,925 USD 2,384,131.75 EUR 2,043,541.50 GBP
REF: 218566 Show Map
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 6
- Plot Size: 1,838 m2
A most desirable and spacious 2 storey property in a peaceful and exclusive neighbourhood in Jalan Pantai Molek, Tanjung Tokong on Penang island.
The freehold house sits in mature and lush L-shaped gardens with a swimming pool at the rear. The entrance of the property via its drive-way from the gate provides privacy to the residence and avoids noise from the street.
Being adjacent to ongoing reclaimation project of the Seri Tanjung Pinang, a new road will be built to the rear enabling another assess point to the subject premises.
The property includes:
6 en suite bedrooms , study x 2 plus bathroom, snooker room plus bathroom, , maids room plus bathroom, family dining room, formal dining room, formal reception room, family living room. Pool side shower plus wc.
This property makes an ideal family home with plenty of secure space for children and pets.
Similarly, it presents an excellent opportunity for re-development into townhouses or semi-detached homes for boutique developers.
Now for sale at MYR 11,000,000.
Jalan Pantai Molek is a minor road in Tanjong Tokong, Penang. The road comprises two arms joined together. Running between the two parallel arms of Jalan Pantai Molek is Lorong Pantai Molek.
Jalan Pantai Molek is lined with bungalows. Some of these were recently built while some dates back to the mid 20th century. The name Pantai Molek refers to the coastline which has since been reclaimed for the Seri Tanjung Pinang development.
Tanjong Tokong is a neighbourhood on the north-eastern part of Penang Island. Formerly a fishing village, it derives its name from the Tua Pek Kong temple located on the northern part of the neighbourhood.
The coastline of Tanjong Tokong was significantly affected by the December 2004 tsunami. The force of the wave was so great that it broke a retaining wall at the famous seafood restaurant near the Tua Pek Kong temple. It also hoisted several fishing boats and deposited them along Jalan Tanjong Tokong, the main road.
Until the 1970s Tanjong Tokong was just a quiet fishing village - the destination of those escaping the noise and dirt of George Town, with enjoy good seafood and a chance to swim in the (then) pristine sea. During that time, the coastline of Tanjong Tokong north of the Tua Pek Kong Temple comprised stretches of white sand interrupted by rocky coastal boulders, while south of the temple, the shore was a series of mudflats interspersed by groves of estuarine mangrove.
Apart from a few seaside bungalows, there was limited residential development in the area, and most of the houses until then comprised wooden village sheds haphazardly strewn along the coast and within the village of Tanjong Tokong. All this changed since the turn of the 21st century, as Tanjong Tokong gradually morphs into a skyscraper neighbourhood, with a large part of the latest development occupying reclaimed land.
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