Already confirmed it is BTOs liao. Anyway, like what other forumers say, as long as it is self-stay, u like the unit, then why think so much abt the appreciation potential.. There are much more things more important in life than $$
Originally Posted by fclim
If you don't mind an old EC (>10 yrs) , there is one at Bangkit Road (Bukit Panjang) named "Chestervale". I should say that it is quite well maintained. When you are free, go and take a look at the surroundings. There are lots of amenities nearby (all within walking distance), coffee shops, markets, shophouses, child care, Pr & Sec schools, direct bus services (to Orchard Road, Suntec City, Vivocity, Woodlands, Jurong), most of the routes travel through highway, so it shortens the travelling distance. There is also a shuttle bus (just outside the EC side-gate) to Bukit Panjang Plaza/Bus Interchange. MRT around Bukit Panjang Plaza will be coming up in Yr 2015. And there is a plan to build a 2 storey food court/market somewhere around this EC but don't know when. There is also a small park opposite this EC and you can walk all the way to Bukit Timah Natural Reserve.
Hi Future neighbour,
Originally Posted by naruto78
I booked mine during the 1st balloting session. 4bedrooms typical.
We are second timer. For our case, If we dun buy now, we may not be eligible to purchase next year.
My wife is working in Tuas and parents in CCK. The most important for us is the pri school for our 2 daughters. There are a few choices for good neighbourhood primary school like Greenridge, Beacon and Zhen hua pri sch.
You are right, we too think that the location is Ulu but on the other hand, see it as quiet and peaceful. Not referring to those units facing the expressway.
It is for own stay and We are happy with the layout. The future supermarket n shops near the Segar LRT and eating house and shops infront of the BTO are bonus to us.
We hope that they will make a road link to the expressway to create a better traffic flow in future.
Reported in BT 8/8
In the executive condo (EC) segment, City Developments Ltd (CDL) sold 115 units at Blossom Residences at Segar Road on Sunday, when sales of the remaining units in the project were opened to second-time buyers or upgraders.
This takes total sales in the 602-unit development to 319 units.
CDL began selling the EC project at an average price of $685 psf on July 7. Under government rules, developers have to set aside at least 95 per cent of units in an EC project for first-time home buyers in the initial month of launch. Only up to 5 per cent can be sold to second timers. With the end of the one-month period, CDL has been able to open sales of the remaining units to second-time buyers or upgraders.
Hi Blossom Residences dual-key units owners,
Please contact me Raymond at 91087536
If you need help to market your studio units for rent.