Sprawling across a spacious 394-acre masterplan, the lush enclave of Estuari is home to a series of exclusive residential parcels. Designed to provide a wholesome resort living experience within nature’s embrace, inspired by the scenic mangrove belt of Sungai Perepat nearby. It meanders along the Strait of Tebrau, Johor, emanating the joys of living within a larger-than-life ecosystem.

Forest walk.

The first landed property by UEM Sunrise within award-winning Puteri Harbour, Estuari offers freehold homes in a gated and guarded community. The first phase, Estuari Gardens, features 350 homes with a 13-acre designer-crafted landscaped area with transplanting of mature trees and a 4.9-acre lush central garden with a scenic lake neighboring the residences.

Hanging bridge.
Hanging bridge.

Just a short drive from all that Iskandar has to offer, including Legoland, Mall of Medini, EduCity, Johor Bahru City Centre and Puteri Harbour – a world-class tourist destination and integrated waterfront development with restaurants, a hotel, shops and amusements, as well as the only 5 Gold Anchor awarded marina in Malaysia – residents are in the heart of everything.

Also being only 20km from Singapore, residents have easy access to the city state through the Second Link Expressway, as well as the rest of Malaysia with the Coastal Highway, North-South Expressway and the proposed high speed rail station at Gerbang Nusajaya.

Interior Design Type A.
Interior Design Type A.

Homes are 2 stories in 4 +1 and 5+1 bedroom layouts, with 4 and 5 bathroom options. Each property features spacious rooms with large windows, allowing for lots of light, while an extra wide 50 ft. road reserve enables easy access and cul-de-sac streets provide unparalleled exclusivity.

There are four different floor plans available:
A1 – From 2,708 sq. ft.
A2 – From 2,754 sq. ft.
B – From 3,032 sq. ft.
C – From 3,550 sq. ft.

Interior Design Type B.
Interior Design Type B.

Visit the Estuari Gardens Show Village today to find out more. Price from $324,000.

This article was first published in Palace Magazine.

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