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    Underpriced when New Futura is now between $3500 - $3800 psf ???

    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,440,000 - 1,141 Strata 21 to 25 $2,139 psf Apr-18
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,980,000 - 1,410 Strata 21 to 25 $2,113 psf Apr-18
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,800,000 - 1,389 Strata 16 to 20 $2,016 psf Oct-17
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,370,000 - 1,141 Strata 06 to 10 $2,077 psf Oct-17
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,680,000 - 1,389 Strata 11 to 15 $1,930 psf Jun-17

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest123 View Post
    Underpriced when New Futura is now between $3500 - $3800 psf ???

    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,440,000 - 1,141 Strata 21 to 25 $2,139 psf Apr-18
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,980,000 - 1,410 Strata 21 to 25 $2,113 psf Apr-18
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,800,000 - 1,389 Strata 16 to 20 $2,016 psf Oct-17
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,370,000 - 1,141 Strata 06 to 10 $2,077 psf Oct-17
    LEONIE HILL RESIDENCES $2,680,000 - 1,389 Strata 11 to 15 $1,930 psf Jun-17


    Its Apartment status

    i went to view during launch ...

    loved the location ... but didnt like the fact that one of the bathroom window opens out to the balcony ...

    that is to say ... the crap smell goes to the balcony ...which is part of the living room ..

    hhhmmmm

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    Might as well buy the freehold resale condo with full facilities now still going for about $2500 psf nearby along Paterson Hill and nearer the Orchard MRT station and shopping malls (vs this apartment that is farther away (with 99-years leasehold only?)!

    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner View Post
    Its Apartment status

    i went to view during launch ...

    loved the location ... but didnt like the fact that one of the bathroom window opens out to the balcony ...

    that is to say ... the crap smell goes to the balcony ...which is part of the living room ..

    hhhmmmm

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    Went to see three units recently as there are owners selling the three different stacks. All super large with no bay windows. All rooms with floor to ceiling windows. The planter area can be converted into a small balcony. The ceiling height is around 3.2-3.3m. I like the 1410 sq ft (stack 1) configuration. Maid has a proper room + toilet and not sleeping in the bomb shelter.

    Completed At: 2005 (13 years)
    Tenure: FREEHOLD
    Project Height: High rise (28 floors)
    Project Size: Small (80 units)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest123 View Post
    Went to see three units recently as there are owners selling the three different stacks. All super large with no bay windows. All rooms with floor to ceiling windows. The planter area can be converted into a small balcony. The ceiling height is around 3.2-3.3m. I like the 1410 sq ft (stack 1) configuration. Maid has a proper room + toilet and not sleeping in the bomb shelter.

    Completed At: 2005 (13 years)
    Tenure: FREEHOLD
    Project Height: High rise (28 floors)
    Project Size: Small (80 units)
    What is the asking price and psf?

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    I think the answers can be found on most of the property for sale websites. Just wondering why the great disparity between LHR and New Futura... and even as compared to Cosmopolitan. It canít be because it is apartment status right? LHR has full condo facilities. It even has a tennis court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest123 View Post
    I think the answers can be found on most of the property for sale websites. Just wondering why the great disparity between LHR and New Futura... and even as compared to Cosmopolitan. It can’t be because it is apartment status right? LHR has full condo facilities. It even has a tennis court.
    Old and New

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest123 View Post
    I think the answers can be found on most of the property for sale websites. Just wondering why the great disparity between LHR and New Futura... and even as compared to Cosmopolitan. It canít be because it is apartment status right? LHR has full condo facilities. It even has a tennis court.
    Why buy a rolls royce over a hyundai when both will get you from point A to point B? why drink 500 dollar wine over a 20 dollar wine when both gets you drunk the same? why wear a patek philippe over a casio when both tell you the same time? why pay 3000psf+ for the marq when you can get paterson residence at 2000psf across the street when both provide you with shelter?

    when you have the money, why not?

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    So very true! :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ayeya View Post
    Why buy a rolls royce over a hyundai when both will get you from point A to point B? why drink 500 dollar wine over a 20 dollar wine when both gets you drunk the same? why wear a patek philippe over a casio when both tell you the same time? why pay 3000psf+ for the marq when you can get paterson residence at 2000psf across the street when both provide you with shelter?

    when you have the money, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayeya View Post
    Why buy a rolls royce over a hyundai when both will get you from point A to point B? why drink 500 dollar wine over a 20 dollar wine when both gets you drunk the same? why wear a patek philippe over a casio when both tell you the same time? why pay 3000psf+ for the marq when you can get paterson residence at 2000psf across the street when both provide you with shelter?

    when you have the money, why not?
    When you reach the level you will know why you buy a rolls royce over a hyundai. I use to think this way also, use to think all condo the same.

    Maslow's hierarchy of needs

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