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    After much deliberation and looking around (from Geylang, to Hougang, to Simei and Flora Rd), I have finally signed the papers for a unit in Eastwood Green for own stay - a home for my young family. Would have prefered living on higher floors but the missus prefer the Eastwod location.

    Thanks to fellow forumers for the advice and tips.

    Next up, ERL at Eastwood perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by levittdub
    After much deliberation and looking around (from Geylang, to Hougang, to Simei and Flora Rd), I have finally signed the papers for a unit in Eastwood Green for own stay - a home for my young family. Would have prefered living on higher floors but the missus prefer the Eastwod location.

    Thanks to fellow forumers for the advice and tips.

    Next up, ERL at Eastwood perhaps?
    Eastwood is a tranquil and quaint location. Freehold? If so then great. As a few of the boutique developments there are 99LH.

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    one project called eastwood smthing... priced at a super ridiculous pricing

    their studio was priced at 1200-1300psf!!!

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    Eastwood Regency by Fragrance Group?

    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    one project called eastwood smthing... priced at a super ridiculous pricing

    their studio was priced at 1200-1300psf!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmlxxvi
    Eastwood is a tranquil and quaint location. Freehold? If so then great. As a few of the boutique developments there are 99LH.
    Unfortunately, the 10 year old Eastwood Green is a 99LH development.

    Freehold in D16 is beyond my budget. Country Park (a FH development just across the road) is hitting $950psf. Likewise, FH boutique apartments further down Upper East Coast Road ([email protected] Coast, Calypso, Venezio, Idyllic East) are also around the same $950psf price bracket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    one project called eastwood smthing... priced at a super ridiculous pricing

    their studio was priced at 1200-1300psf!!!
    It would be Eastwood Regency. Visited the showflat 2 weeks ago. A 1170 sqft 2rm Penthouse unit is asking for $1.2mil (discounted rate).

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    *double post*

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    one project called eastwood smthing... priced at a super ridiculous pricing

    their studio was priced at 1200-1300psf!!!
    agree....expensive for no reason,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmlxxvi
    Eastwood is a tranquil and quaint location. Freehold? If so then great. As a few of the boutique developments there are 99LH.
    east wood is a good location, with eateries, cold storage and hawker cente ..i started my ppty hunt from there before settled for katong areas

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    east wood is a good location, with eateries, cold storage and hawker cente ..i started my ppty hunt from there before settled for katong areas
    I came by the reverse way, Katong and slowly eastward.

    I almost settled for Palmwoods at Simpang Bedok. But was just too noisy at night.

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