Bellisa Court are 12 blocks of low-rise condominium ranging from four to nine storeys high located at Leandro's Lane, Pulau Tikus. There are a total of 139 condo units at Bellisa Court, on freehold tenure. They were built in 1996, and range in size from 1,280 to 2,350 square feet. The estimated selling price is from RM480,000 to RM850,000 while the estimated monthly rental is from RM1,500 to RM3,000. Maintenance fee is from RM230 to RM420 per month.
Facilities at Bellisa Court includes security service, swimming pool, wading pool, a gymnasium, covering parking lot, squash court, sauna room, jacuzzi/whirlpool, intercom system, and car wash bays.
Bellisa Court is 3.7 km from Magazine Circus. It is ideal for those working in the city. Its proximity to the centre of Pulau Tikus means eating spots are just a walking distance away. But if you are working in Bayan Lepas, it is a bit far away, with heavy traffic in between to consider also.
Bellisa Court, Pulau Tikus (28 January, 2013)
People who live at Bellisa Court don't usually rely on public transport, but anyway, Rapid Penang Bus 103 pass through Kelawei Road, while 101 and 104 pass through Burmah Road, at either ends of Leandro's Lane.
During peak hours (lunch time), traffic along Burmah Road is heavier than along Kelawei Road, due to the proximity of the Cantonment Road junction. On the other hand, the speed of vehicles along Kelawei Road makes it hard to exit from Leandro's Lane. During off peak hours, traffic is smooth along both roads.
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