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    Provided that the aircon units are floor mounted, but then makes it difficult to walk.

    Quote Originally Posted by hyenergix
    If creative a bit can use the air-con ledge to dry your clothes, using the space there and the hot air from the air-con. It is not too bad afterall.
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    This is air-con ledge, not yard. How to walk out to hang clothes to dry? Have to climb through window everyday?
    Scarely you fall like the china girl in The Citrine and the police charge you for suicide?
    Ops, the police most likely have no chance to charge you because you have become smashed watermelon!

    Quote Originally Posted by hyenergix
    If creative a bit can use the air-con ledge to dry your clothes, using the space there and the hot air from the air-con. It is not too bad afterall.
    Last edited by teddybear; 13th December 2010 at 07:16 PM.

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    No la, like [email protected], doorway is provided at a/c ledge to use as yard.

    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear
    This is air-con ledge, not yard. How to walk out to hang clothes to dry? Have to climb through window everyday?
    Scarely you fall like the china girl in The Citrine and the police charge you for suicide?
    Ops, the police most likely have no chance to charge you because you have become smashed watermelon!
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    units at Trilight have air con ledges which are so big, you can put your air con and still WALK out to dry your clothes and still have a nice and safe facade. so developers, if they want to do it, is possible with some creativity. Teddy, i thot u D11 specialist should know this well mah.

    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear
    This is air-con ledge, not yard. How to walk out to hang clothes to dry? Have to climb through window everyday?
    Scarely you fall like the china girl in The Citrine and the police charge you for suicide?
    Ops, the police most likely have no chance to charge you because you have become smashed watermelon!

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    [URL="http://www.trilight.com.sg/_pdf/Trilight_Floorplan_A3.pdf"]http://www.trilight.com.sg/_pdf/Trilight_Floorplan_A3.pdf[/URL]

    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter
    units at Trilight have air con ledges which are so big, you can put your air con and still WALK out to dry your clothes and still have a nice and safe facade. so developers, if they want to do it, is possible with some creativity. Teddy, i thot u D11 specialist should know this well mah.

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    Trilight is of the worst in terms of paying for unusable space. The balcony + bay windows + aircon ledges + planter areas take up like >30% of stated sqft?

    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter
    units at Trilight have air con ledges which are so big, you can put your air con and still WALK out to dry your clothes and still have a nice and safe facade. so developers, if they want to do it, is possible with some creativity. Teddy, i thot u D11 specialist should know this well mah.

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    Warm air from the condensing units at the A/C ledge can help to dry your clothes. Be careful not fall off like what happen at balestier. IT will be headlines
    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear
    Trilight is of the worst in terms of paying for unusable space. The balcony + bay windows + aircon ledges + planter areas take up like >30% of stated sqft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Unfortunately, buyer pays for the A/C ledge.
    It will be a norm for a moment. Smallest unit 387sqft, A/C-29sqft & balcony-32sqft, left with ~326sqft useable space (incl walls) . Micro unit.

    2bedders 657sqft & 635sqft A/C alone - 86sqft
    Notice the sofa is compact type, w/o armrest?

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    How to squeeze 2 br + living, dining, kitchen into 657 sqft? ( especially with so big balcony & zircon ledge?). 2br used to be about 900 sqft at least. Have people's size shrink by 35% to squeeze into 657 sqft?

    Quote Originally Posted by maisonjai
    It will be a norm for a moment. Smallest unit 387sqft, A/C-29sqft & balcony-32sqft, left with ~326sqft useable space (incl walls) . Qualify for a micro unit.

    2bedders 657sqft & 635sqft A/C alone - 86sqft
    Notice the sofa is compact type, w/o armrest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear
    How to squeeze 2 br + living, dining, kitchen into 657 sqft? ( especially with so big balcony & zircon ledge?). 2br used to be about 900 sqft at least. Have people's size shrink by 35% to squeeze into 657 sqft?
    beats me, queen bed & single bed so i assume 3 pax staying in 1 unit, but the sofa & dining strictly for 2, the other must stand to eat & watch TV. Is this upgrading or downgrading lifestyle?

    i've seen 6xx~7xx sqft with 1 toilet still doable, but this 635sqft has 2 toilets. Sofa no space then sit on Laufen also not bad

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