Upcoming homes in Bukit Timah

As an area known for its low-rise homes, it’s no surprise that new projects in Bukit Timah comprise mainly terrace houses, cluster housing and smaller condo developments.

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New private property launches in Bukit Timah

New private property launches in Bukit TimahNote: GLS stands for Government Land Sales

Launched in July 2018, Daintree Residence moved 50 of the 80 units released at an average selling price of $1,710 psf. The two-bedroom units made up the bulk of the units sold, with nine in 10 Daintree buyers being Singaporeans.

Meanwhile, Mayfair Gardens is inspired by the buildings in London’s posh Mayfair district. The 215-unit high-end condominium opened its showflat for preview in September 2018, with indicative prices ranging from about $938,000 for a one-bedder to $2.3 million for a four-bedder.

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There are three key characteristics of Bukit Timah that make it one of the most sought-after residential estates among local and foreign buyers, namely the area’s prime status, established local and international schools such as Nanyang Girls’ High School, Hwa Chong International School and National Junior College, as well as surrounding greenery like Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.

These factors will continue to attract home buyers searching for properties with stronger investment potential, as well as expat renters with school-going children.