Owning a landed property in Singapore is considered a status symbol as it’s highly coveted. Usually, only the wealthy can afford it due to its expensive price tag.
While landed properties in Singapore cost a bomb, but that doesn’t mean that you need to fork out $45 million like James Dyson to buy a landed property in Singapore. In fact, if you’re on the lookout to buy a landed property, below are four landed properties that you can get for $4 million or less (note: prices are based on listings on PropertyGuru and at the point of writing).
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Landed property projects in Singapore that are $4M and below
|Price||From $2.8 million|
|Location||Wak Hassan Drive|
|Developer||Bukit Sembawang Estates|
|No. of units||80 strata homes|
54 X intermediate terrace units (3,200 – 3,400 sq ft)
22 X corner terrace units (3,300 – 4,400 sq ft)
4 X semi-detached units (4,250 – 3,700 sq ft)
Developed by Bukit Sembawang Estates, the strata-landed Watercove is the only seafront landed housing project in Singapore that has a freehold tenure.
The cluster houses are just a short stroll from the sands and waves. The low-rise units also leverage on this resort-like lifestyle as their roof terraces are perfect for hosting gatherings like cookouts. Bringing large platters of food and other stuff for large events is also a breeze as each home is equipped with a lift that goes all the way up from the private car park on the basement.
As a strata property, Watercove also comes with many condo-like facilities like a swimming pool, reflexology pool and jacuzzi.
For home buyers want to live in a freehold and strata-landed home, Watercove presents an excellent mix of 4 and 5-bedroom ensuite intermediate terraces, corner terraces and semi-detached units, ranging from 3,337 sq ft. to 3,843 sq ft. The 4 and 5-bedroom houses come with private lifts and carpark lots; both a boon for multi-generation families living under the same roof.
For those who are worried that the project’s metal railings and aluminium parts will rust and corrode quickly as they’re exposed to the sea breeze, the developer has coated these with UV-resistant fluorocarbon powder to protect them against rust and abrasion.
The units will also come with high-end finishes and fittings like Daikin air-conditioning units, De Dietrich and Miele kitchen appliances, as well as sanitary wares from Hansgrohe as well as Villeroy & Boch.
Furthermore, the new Canberra MRT station on the North-South Line (NSL) is just a 10-minute drive. F&B outlets like Seafood Paradise down from Sembawang Park are within a short-drive, likewise for several bars and hawker centres at Sembawang Road.
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|Price||From $3.2 million|
|Location||Belgravia Drive off Ang Mo Kio Ave 5|
|Developer||Tong Eng Group|
|No. of units||118 strata homes|
100 X terrace house units
18 X semi-detached house units
Developed by Tong Eng Group, like Watercove, Belgravia Villas is also a cluster housing project, but it outsold Watercove in 2017 where 63 units were snapped up. One probable reason for the robust demand is its proximity to the expanding Seletar Aerospace Park, which houses global Aeronautics firms like Rolls-Royce Holdings and Airbus.
Hence, the freehold residential project has promising rental prospects as Seletar Aerospace Park becomes more developed. The park also currently employs over 10,000 mainly skilled and technical personnel.
Like other cluster house projects, the freehold gated community comes with condo-like facilities like 24-hour security with surveillance cameras. It also sports a gym, wading and lap pools along with a steam and sauna room.
In addition to an elevator, each home is equipped with premium fittings and appliances made by Smeg and De Dietrich, while the bathrooms feature sanitary ware from Boch and Villeroy, with faucets and shower systems by Grohe.
While Belgravia Villas is located in the relatively peaceful Seletar Hills Estate, there’s no nearby MRT station. Nevertheless, there is a bus stop directly in front of the project, where residents are picked up by busses to Ang Mo Kio MRT Station
From that station, it is six stops to Orchard MRT Station to access Singapore’s famous shopping destination. If you’re going to travel by car, the suburban mall Ang Mo Kio Hub is a short drive. The CBD is merely a 12-minute drive through Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) and Central Expressway (CTE).
|Price||From $1.6 million|
|No. of units||254|
254 X terrace house units
Located in Yishun, The Shaughnessy is another cluster house project on this list, but at a starting price from $1.6 million, it’s priced relatively lower compared to Watercove and Belgravia Villas.
Also unlike the two aforementioned projects, The Shaughnessy is somewhat closer to an MRT Station (Khatib MRT on NSL).
However, it is a 99-year leasehold development that was completed in 2006, so its tenure has been significantly reduced.
Located in the serene northern part of Singapore, the residential project by Allgreen Properties is along a cul-de-sac close to the Orchid Country Club so residents have panoramic views over the golf course. The terrace houses also overlook the Seletar Reservoir.
The Shaughnessy is also near the Seletar Aerospace Park, while Safra Yishun and NTUC FairPrice are close by as well. The residents also enjoy condo-like facilities like two swimming pools, jacuzzi, function rooms/games room and a tennis court.
In addition, the development is a short drive to Sembawang Shopping Centre and Northpoint Shopping Centre. A number of schools are also within easy reach like Northland Primary School, North View Primary School and Northbrooks Secondary School.
The residential project is accessible through Lentor Avenue, Yishun Avenue 1, Tampines Expressway and Seletar Expressway.
|Price||From $2.5 million|
|Location||Laurel Wood Avenue|
|Developer||Teneriffe Development Pte Ltd|
|No. of units||148|
Terrace house and semi-detached units
Situated between Bukit Timah and Holland Road, The Teneriffe is only about 0.9 km from Sixth Avenue MRT station on the Downtown Line (DTL), while the Holland Village MRT Station on the Circle Line (CCL) is around 1.83 km. There are also several feeder bus services available near the development.
Built by Teneriffe Development Pte Ltd, the cluster housing project is also close to the popular shopping and dining destination of Holland Village, likewise for the Guthrie House mini shopping centre and The Grandstand, formerly known as Turf City Shopping Mall.
Like other cluster housing in Singapore, The Teneriffe comes with amenities such as covered car park, BBQ pits, a gym, swimming pool and round the clock security.
Aside from that, the residential project is merely a short drive from Orchard Road via Holland Road, while the CBD is within easy reach through Ayer Rajah Expressway. Residents can also use the nearby Pan Island Expressway to go to Changi Airport and other parts of Singapore.
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