A FREEHOLD conservation bungalow at 759 Mountbatten Road, District 15 has been listed for sale with a guide price of S$27 million or S$1,295 per square foot. Originally built in the 1920s, this colonial Victorian bungalow is located in the Mountbatten Road Bungalow Conservation Area on a 20,847.54 square foot property. A rear annex was added in 1995 and its two pavilions have been refurbished.
Besides, about 4mins drive from this project, Royal Hallmark in the Northeast. Royal Hallmark is just a short walk from Tanjong Katong MRT and the upcoming Marine Parade MRT, District 15. So this is an extremely exciting upcoming project in the suburban area. Located in the center of the island, the apartment inherits many surrounding facilities, especially schools from primary to high school. If you have young children, there is no need to worry about finding a good school for them. Because the apartment very well meets this need.In addition to the Royal Hallmark, there are 6 condominiums including buildings preserved within their premises: Grand Duchess at St Patrick's, A Treasure Trove, The Aristo @ Amber, The Red House, Tan Chin Tuan Mansion and Meyer Place.
Royal Hallmark offers a wide range of rooftop entertainment facilities including Lift Lobby, Sky Lounge, Royal Pavilion, Hallmark Pavilion, BBQ Area, Tiffin Lounge, Reading Lounge, Jacuzzi, Observation Lawn. Set in a ravishing landscape, your home is a sanctuary for health and spirit.
According to Century 21 and Huttons Asia, two companies that jointly market the property, the bungalow became a hotel after World War II and was owned by Ong Tiow Kian, a Chinese hotelier in the 1950s. Today, this is where the 41-room Sing Hoe Hotel is located.
Within 2 km are the upcoming Katong Park MRT station, educational facilities such as Kong Hwa School, Chung Cheng High School, Dunman High School and Victoria Junior College, as well as East Coast Park, Central Food from Old Airport Road and Singapore Sports Centre.
Royal Hallmark along Haig Road was also home to the colonial government quarters. Inspired by the colonial bungalows built between the late 19th century to the early 1930s in Singapore, Royal Hallmark instills a sense of nostalgia and elegance with its monotonous tones of dark grey windows and white-washed walls. Like true royalty, its exclusive offering of 32 spacious apartments further elevates this splendorous experience. The property is one of 15 preserved bungalows along Mountbatten Road Reserve and offers prospective buyers three possible options - a family home, hotel or tiered units. . Homeowners can enhance it with a swimming pool and landscaping, enough room for about 20 cars. Potential buyers can also convert it into a cohabitation concept subject to the approval of the relevant government.
As a possible third option, joint marketing agents say the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) is willing to consider allowing the site to be converted into graded standard condominiums. Potential buyers can explore this option with the URA and have the bungalow be maintained by residential class residents.
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