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Andalucia, winner of FIABCI-Malaysia Property Award 2006 (residential, high rise).
Low rise, low density ambience offer a welcome respite from sprawling skyscrapers.
Mediterranean architecture comes alive white stucco walls, French doors and iron grille.
Year: 2004
Type: Residential (Low-rise Condominium)
Location: Pantai Hillpark, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A Mediterranean-inspired masterpiece adjacent to the emerald hills of Bukit Gasing and the Kerinchi Reserve, Andalucia evokes all the grandeur, vibrancy and warmth of southern Spain right in the heart of the Klang Valley. A single moment spent here would undoubtedly conjure up images of lush, sun-drenched gardens, topiaries and gushing fountains that would have you think, for a moment, you were in the courtyards of the great Alhambra. Comprising just 216 condominium units spread out amongst 12 low-rise blocks that range from four to seven storeys in height, Andalucia’s magic lies in the fact that no two units look alike from the exterior. Mediterranean architecture comes alive with varying configurations and sizes of French windows, lanai and black wrought iron grille set against white stucco walls. Selected units on the ground level feature private gardens, allowing those with particularly green fingers to, perhaps, try their luck at cultivating some atmospheric lime trees and aromatic shrubs to truly recreate a touch of authentic Spanish style. If your fingers aren’t as talented, simply crack open a bottle of sherry, line up some tapas and make believe, for a moment, the Spanish sun is shining down in the luxury of your Mediterranean-inspired surrounds. We, for one, are tempted to say olé!

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