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Thread: Thomson 800 (D11, Freehold, Property Enterprises Development Pte Ltd)

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    Default Thomson 800 (D11, Freehold, Property Enterprises Development Pte Ltd)

    Source: http://www.thomson800.com.sg/

    Description:
    Thomson 800 is a freehold 390-unit development sitting on 353,000 square foot hillock overlooking the tranquil waters of MacRitchie Reservoir. Featuring a mix of luxurious three, four-room apartments and penthouses, Thomson 800 is an enviable address that matches its outstanding District 11 location

    Thomson 800 was Mr Li Ka-Shing's maiden project in Singapore and premium materials were used in the construction.

    Tenture: Freehold
    District: 11
    Market Segment: CCR
    Total Units: 390
    Completion Year: 2000
    Developer: Property Enterprises Development Pte Ltd
    Nearest MRT station: Caldecott MRT

    Unit Types:
    3 Bed room: 1399sqft - 1625sqft
    Penthouse: 3756sqft - 5791sqft

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    Was reading through and found that there isnt much resources to be found online abt this development. Hopefully any discussions abt this can benefit future pple who wants to look this up info abt this condo

    Currently roughly 600meter sq of the development was affected by the land acquisition act for the construction of the new North-South Highway. Didnt find any info online from googling what sort of compensation will residents staying there get from SLA.

    When I visited the development there, I can say for a development thats completed in year 2000 is relatively well maintain for it's pool and landscaping, the lift lobby area though it still retain it's "hotel/resort" look but signs of aging can be noted around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRViper View Post
    Source: http://www.thomson800.com.sg/

    Description:
    Thomson 800 is a freehold 390-unit development sitting on 353,000 square foot hillock overlooking the tranquil waters of MacRitchie Reservoir. Featuring a mix of luxurious three, four-room apartments and penthouses, Thomson 800 is an enviable address that matches its outstanding District 11 location

    Thomson 800 was Mr Li Ka-Shing's maiden project in Singapore and premium materials were used in the construction.

    Tenture: Freehold
    District: 11
    Market Segment: CCR
    Total Units: 390
    Completion Year: 2000
    Developer: Property Enterprises Development Pte Ltd
    Nearest MRT station: Caldecott MRT

    Unit Types:
    3 Bed room: 1399sqft - 1625sqft
    Penthouse: 3756sqft - 5791sqft
    RCR, not CCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by august View Post
    RCR, not CCR.
    Strange.. under URA website for "Private Residential Property Transactions with Caveats Lodged" they listed it under CCR?

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    visited it once, quite a walk from MRT. A lot of ups and downs and yes, it is aging. No facilities nearby (unless if you count Mt Alvernia hosp)
    I am rich in debts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantrix View Post
    visited it once, quite a walk from MRT. A lot of ups and downs and yes, it is aging. No facilities nearby (unless if you count Mt Alvernia hosp)
    Yep prices of this development didn't really moved up as much as what other CCR development most prob is due to this reason too..

    For folks who believes in Feng Shui also will avoid this due to being so near a hospital and also being built beside a highway

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRViper View Post
    Yep prices of this development didn't really moved up as much as what other CCR development most prob is due to this reason too..

    For folks who believes in Feng Shui also will avoid this due to being so near a hospital and also being built beside a highway
    so u mean condo beside hospital is no good? then how about those in novena next to tan tock seng? and ringo's favourite JG next to the upcoming hospital in jurong?
    I've had enough. I'm done!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clemdale24 View Post
    so u mean condo beside hospital is no good? then how about those in novena next to tan tock seng? and ringo's favourite JG next to the upcoming hospital in jurong?
    Well I'm just stating that for folks who places emphasis on feng shui would not favor such developments. Of cos for the younger generation who aren't superstitious will not see that being an issue. Just a matter of preference I guess?

    However nearby T800 at Toa Payoh rise there got new BTO being built now, if the BTO also include some hawker or small shops to sell simple groceries might add some plus points to developments near the area

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRViper View Post
    Well I'm just stating that for folks who places emphasis on feng shui would not favor such developments. Of cos for the younger generation who aren't superstitious will not see that being an issue. Just a matter of preference I guess?

    However nearby T800 at Toa Payoh rise there got new BTO being built now, if the BTO also include some hawker or small shops to sell simple groceries might add some plus points to developments near the area
    i was just asking; sorry i sounded rude. im not familiar with the area, but from what i can see on the map it looks rather ulu with not much amentities around it. No walkable MRT station nearby too. though its considered D11, its possibly in the most undesirable section of the district.
    I've had enough. I'm done!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clemdale24 View Post
    i was just asking; sorry i sounded rude. im not familiar with the area, but from what i can see on the map it looks rather ulu with not much amentities around it. No walkable MRT station nearby too. though its considered D11, its possibly in the most undesirable section of the district.
    Can walk to Caldecott station and easily access to MacRitchie for morning/evening walks.

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