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Thread: The EstŠ (D15, Freehold, MCL Land)

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    Default The EstŠ (D15, Freehold, MCL Land)

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    December 2006:

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    Beautiful development. Any owners of esta willing to let go ? Price per sqft ? has it reallly gone over 1000psqft ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Beautiful development. Any owners of esta willing to let go ? Price per sqft ? has it reallly gone over 1000psqft ?
    YES current asking 900-1K psf depending on floor n facing.
    However the land area seems small as the blocks are coming up
    too close in comparison to the neighbouring new condo by
    Wheelock which has large land and equal no of units as Esta .....

    just my 2 cents....

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    Esta seems to be the cheapest among the 3 big new Amber condos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Esta seems to be the cheapest among the 3 big new Amber condos.
    Esta was the first to be launched at 600 - 700psf,
    followed by SeaView at 750 - 850 psf and then One Amber at
    about the same as Wheelock's project.

    So that is why presently the prices for all 3 projects in the sub sale
    market are different.

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    Just drove past the esta and realised the 5 blocks are really very close to each other unlike the seaview,no wonder the prices are lagging,

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    Default The Esta (D15, Freehold, MCL Land)

    Witness the emergence of The Esta, where form and design are simple, modern and understated. Mirroring the kaleidoscope of life and nature, the fusion of sky and earth is seamlessly reflected in captivating architecture and lush landscapes. Staggered balconies allude to gardens floating in the sky and make alluring promises of airiness and tranquility that are an absolute pleasure to look forward to everyday.

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    Default Is Esta a good buy?

    Will it be a good buy given the price from $850-$900 PSF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Just drove past the esta and realised the 5 blocks are really very close to each other unlike the seaview,no wonder the prices are lagging,
    But look the floor plan. isn't it better then the seaview?
    [url]http://www.mclland.com.sg/images/property/esta/4bed_type_c2.jpg[/url]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered.
    But look the floor plan. isn't it better then the seaview?
    [url]http://www.mclland.com.sg/images/property/esta/4bed_type_c2.jpg[/url]
    The floorplans are not to scale.

    My interpretation of Esta floorplan is that the living dining area is cramped and the kitchen is very small, wasted foyer space at entrance in comparison to SeaView Type E which has a very spacious living dining and the kitchen is huge in comparison to new developments which have a "one way street" type of kitchen.

    Also note Bath 2 in Esta is without the WC but instead there is a powder room so one need to go in and out.....

    Type E in SeaView has 3 good size bathrooms(with Rain-shower) and one tiny wc cum shower in the yard area.

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