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Thread: Cairnhill Residences (D9, Freehold, Allgreen)

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    in the first place, how to compare carinhill residences with the utmost top end helios and hilltops? would the super rich want to stay in 3 bedders at carinhill resi at less than 1200sq ft (ie smaller than hdb flat)? i don't think so. anytime, they would pay higher psf for bigger units with better finishing and class.



    Quote Originally Posted by zeq
    u see the way agent said it
    "Prices are at a very safe level to buy, ranges from $2150 to $2400psf"

    i think when u signed a contract with him, the property agent must put down, if the psf drops, agent should pay for it since agent said it is very safe.



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    #14-05 2097psf 14 Jan 2010
    #13-05 2301psf 21 Jan 2011
    #07-05 2199psf 02 Feb 2011



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    Just saw some pptyguru ads on this devt going for around $2,100 psf. With the surrounding pricer projects going for $3000+ psf and new LH project Cairnhill Nine transacting at $2300-2500 psf, what are your thoughts on Cairnhill Residences? The 2-brs are small but layout looks good. Any investment potential amidst the pricier and more top-end ppties surrounding it?

    In terms of location, does anyone know if the walk to nearby mrt stations is an easy walk? Seems like you need to make a loop out before you can walk properly to the train stations.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer888 View Post
    Just saw some pptyguru ads on this devt going for around $2,100 psf. With the surrounding pricer projects going for $3000+ psf and new LH project Cairnhill Nine transacting at $2300-2500 psf, what are your thoughts on Cairnhill Residences? The 2-brs are small but layout looks good. Any investment potential amidst the pricier and more top-end ppties surrounding it?

    In terms of location, does anyone know if the walk to nearby mrt stations is an easy walk? Seems like you need to make a loop out before you can walk properly to the train stations.

    Down the hill, cross towards Cairnhill Crest, Turn into Hullet rd, down Emerald Hill rd .... dada .. you are just across Somerset MRT station ...



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    Sounds like a long and arduous walk indeed! (got hill to climb when you walk the opposite direction!)

    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner View Post
    Down the hill, cross towards Cairnhill Crest, Turn into Hullet rd, down Emerald Hill rd .... dada .. you are just across Somerset MRT station ...



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