Striking to the house is its monochrome palette
A detached home along Upper East Coast Road is all set to dress up its neighbourhood. Once completed this July, the three-storey house will grace the enclave in a modern contemporary facade of glass and concrete, of walls in black and grey.
Imagine waking up to views of lush greenery, all while ensconced within the comfort of your home. This property allows the opportunity to do just that – set against a hill, it will be built into a retaining wall that soars 10m, part of which will be transformed into a vertical garden on the second floor.
Striking to the house is also its monochrome palette. In harmony with its facade, the home greets its residents in a sleek interior of grey. Star to the first level is a spacious living and dining area, as well as an open kitchen, where a 3.2m by 1.2m kitchen countertop of black marble sits in the centre.
A 3.2m by 1.2m countertop of black marble sits in the centre of the kitchen
Blending in with the colour scheme, the master bathroom is decked out in full marbled black. The double vanities and cabinets - in white - are juxtaposed against the dark walls. Not exempt to this detail is a free-standing bathtub in white, selected to create a strong play on colours.
The property, on a 4,596 sq ft site, has been meticulously designed for multi-generational families. With a built-up area of 7,093 sq ft, the space includes a master bedroom and junior master suite, and even a dedicated wing that forms a standalone studio apartment, offering privacy from other family members within the house.
As a testament to its thoughtful design and finishes, the home has already received interest from 30 potential buyers throughout the “circuit breaker” period.
The property, on a 4,596 sq ft site, has been meticulously designed for multi-generational families
At an asking price of $7.58 million, this detached home is set to witness the transformation of the Bayshore area. In URA’s Draft Master Plan 2019, the government carved out the precinct as one of the neighbourhoods to be rejuvenated. These include plans for new housing, social and community spaces and amenities. Residents at the locale are also set to enjoy the convenience of having future shopping malls built in the neighbourhood, as well as a bus interchange.
To top it off, the enclave will also be close to two upcoming MRT stations – Bedok South and Bayshore MRT station, making travel a breeze for the potential homeowner of the landed gem along Upper East Coast Road.
Bayshore Main Street is poised to be a flurry of activity, with wide pedestrian walkways that cut through a park. The area will also enjoy seamless connectivity to East Coast Park, expanding recreation alternatives for residents.
The home greets its residents in a sleek interior of grey
Nearby, there will also be a new linear park along Upper East Coast Road that fronts an existing row of residential housing. The park will celebrate memories of the pre-reclamation coastline, marked by heritage seawalls and a sea pavilion.
Families will be glad to know that the detached home at Upper East Coast is within close proximity to a selection of schools - Temasek Primary and Secondary School, Temasek Junior College and Temasek Polyclinic.
ABN Holding, developer of the detached house, has built single houses in Singapore and progressed to building a condo in East Thailand. Touting themselves as “property enthusiasts”, their ethos is to build homes that they would want to live in.
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