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    Saw the agents hovering around my neighbourhood today. They are 5 storey cluster houses with private lifts. Selling ard $6xx psf. Far from the main road and amenities though.

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    You stay around seletar hills? Drove by that day and couldn't help but notice that house with the kneeling roman soldiers at the gate.

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    If you refer to the URA 2008 Masterplan, Nim Road is slated to be extended to connect to Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5. There is also a relatively large plot of land that has been zoned for an educational institution. Seletar Road is also slated to be extended to connect to Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 at the southern end.

    The Singapore Concept Plan 2001 also shows an MRT line that runs through Seletar Hills estate (Seletar MRT line?), linking Seletar Aerospace Park to Lorong Chuan MRT Station and runs further southwards.

    I believe there is strong potential for property value appreciation in that area.

    PS: I am vested in the Seletar Hills estate with a terrace house in the Stratton vicinity.

    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    Saw the agents hovering around my neighbourhood today. They are 5 storey cluster houses with private lifts. Selling ard $6xx psf. Far from the main road and amenities though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    Saw the agents hovering around my neighbourhood today. They are 5 storey cluster houses with private lifts. Selling ard $6xx psf. Far from the main road and amenities though.
    At 6xx psf, this project will average at about $3mil for any one unit.

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    The 2 pair of Spartans! is fierce at night.
    If u dun know n walk pass, good luck!

    The cars inside is damm gilat

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    I just heard the response was damn good - 60++ units being snap up !
    (more than 70% of 121 units) sold.

    Is it true !

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    Imperium Romanum!
    Last edited by fclim; 12-10-11 at 16:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fclim
    Imperium Romanum!
    that's the one. fclim, is that your house?

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    i was just looking at the floor plans. did they include your carpark space into the sqft that they are selling to the buyers??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane
    i was just looking at the floor plans. did they include your carpark space into the sqft that they are selling to the buyers??
    All cluster housing includes carpark into strata title. One project includes roof too! Its roof! Not roof terrace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane
    i was just looking at the floor plans. did they include your carpark space into the sqft that they are selling to the buyers??
    Yes it's included. So is the private lift. They pay for your lift maintenance for 2 years but after that it's at your own expense.

    Hmm......this type of house definitely needs a maid to clean the lift for you. What happens in the future when there is no ready supply of cheap maids?

    The pricing for these houses is quite attractive for those who have cars and don't need to be near public transport or amenities. That's why they were snapped up.

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    This type of location has really no public transport and amenities. Rest of family members have to be prepared to take cabs to run errands if the drivers are out. But I guess this is the price to pay for staying in prestigious landed property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    Yes it's included. So is the private lift. They pay for your lift maintenance for 2 years but after that it's at your own expense.

    Hmm......this type of house definitely needs a maid to clean the lift for you. What happens in the future when there is no ready supply of cheap maids?

    The pricing for these houses is quite attractive for those who have cars and don't need to be near public transport or amenities. That's why they were snapped up.
    If you can afford a 3 mil property, you can most certainly afford expensive maids and cars. Even 2 or 3 maids for some households.

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    The layout looks narrow from the outside. Anyone's been to the showroom yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyenergix
    This type of location has really no public transport and amenities. Rest of family members have to be prepared to take cabs to run errands if the drivers are out. But I guess this is the price to pay for staying in prestigious landed property.
    this is not prestigious at all

    but landed homes usually quite inaccessible and yet still command gd prices

    with so exxxxxxx car price......

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    this is not prestigious at all

    but landed homes usually quite inaccessible and yet still command gd prices

    with so exxxxxxx car price......

    yeah. landed houses are often high in demand. freehold, large sqm, naturally price is high as you are owning a larger piece of Spore whcih has premium price tag on its land due to scarcity

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    There's no shortage of buyers. Agent phoned me to tell me that 90+ out of 120 units released have been taken up. Can foreigners buy these?

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    Why not use $3.5million to get a proper landed property rather than one that is out of no where, not near mrt stn, share pool with so many household, definitely not for rental as yield may not be good, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    There's no shortage of buyers. Agent phoned me to tell me that 90+ out of 120 units released have been taken up. Can foreigners buy these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Why not use $3.5million to get a proper landed property rather than one that is out of no where, not near mrt stn, share pool with so many household, definitely not for rental as yield may not be good, etc.
    That's also my own line of thought. That's why I asked if foreigners are eligible.

    Some people may want a ready-built house at that price without the hassle of renovations/dealing with contractors etc. Those of you who have experience of A&A/rebuild will know what I mean.

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    I have actually enjoyed by getting involved in the designing and construction of my own house. You must get a reliable contractor. This development is really compact with so many units.
    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry
    That's also my own line of thought. That's why I asked if foreigners are eligible.

    Some people may want a ready-built house at that price without the hassle of renovations/dealing with contractors etc. Those of you who have experience of A&A/rebuild will know what I mean.

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