PKR president Anwar Ibrahim has put his bungalow home in Bukit Segambut, Kampung Segambut Dalam in Kuala Lumpur up for sale at an asking price of RM12 million.
It is understood that the original selling price for the house was RM15 million. However, this was reduced to RM12 million on Mudah.my today.
Pictures, details and the grant were also attached for prospective buyers.
Sources told MalaysiaNow that the house was put up for sale after the Port Dickson MP moved to his new home in Sungai Long, Kajang, Selangor, about a year ago.
The house was evaluated during the Sabah state election last year.
Anwar’s home in Bukit Segambut has changed hands several times already from its first owner, one Fauziah, on Oct 11, 1979 to the second, Tan Chong, on Nov 6, 1997.
On Aug 5, 2005, it was transferred to Anwar’s name, not long after he was freed from prison in 2004.
Before moving to Bukit Segambut, Anwar had stayed in Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur.
On March 7, 2019, the opposition leader declared his total asset worth at RM10.74 million.
The declaration of assets was submitted to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission as requested by the government for all Pakatan Harapan MPs and representatives.
The property worth included the estimated current value of his home in Bukit Segambut of RM9.5 million. It was originally bought for RM4.5 million from the proceeds of the sale of his Bukit Damansara home.
Anwar also declared a plot of land in Permatang Habib, Mukim Penor, Kuantan, Pahang, bought in 1974 for RM7,000.