Desa Acacia is a 5-storey luxury apartment at 107 Medan York in Penang. Completed in 1993, it has a total of 30 apartment units built on freehold tenure, with sizes ranging from 1,615 to 2,303 square feet. Each unit has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The estimated selling price is between RM400,000 to RM550,000 while the monthly rental ranges from RM1,700 to RM2,300. The maintenance fee is approximately RM0.15 per square foot.
Desa Acacia Apartment (18 May, 2013)
Facilities include security services, parking lot and landscaping.
Desa Acacia is 2.9 km from Magazine Circus. It is perfect for people working in the city. Although less than 3 km from the city centre, it is in a relatively quiet neighbourhood. Across the river from Desa Acacia is Suffolk House, one of the jewels of Penang's heritage sites and 2008 Unesco Asia Pacific Award of Distinction recipient for conservation.
If you don't have your own set of wheels, you are looking at a long walk to the nearest bus stop.
Desa Acacia, Penang, entrance (18 May, 2013)
The nearest schools include Union High School, Sekolah Menengah Perempuan Seri Mutiara and Han Chiang High School. The nearest market is the Dato Kramat Market. There aren't any shopping mall within the immediate vicinity, and you will probably end up at Gurney Plaza, Gurney Paragon Mall or Prangin Mall in the city. The nearest petrol stations are the Shell at Dato Kramat and the Shell at Green Lane. The nearest hospital is the Penang General Hospital.
While Medan York is a quiet neighbourhood, you access it through either Scotland Road or Dato Kramat Road, both extremely busy roads. Scotland Road in particular jams regularly.
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