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Victory Heights
Kim Keat Road, 328842, Balestier / Toa Payoh (D12)


Project Name

Victory Heights

project type



Realworth Development Pte Ltd





Completion Year


# of Floors


Total Units

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About Victory Heights

Victory Heights

Victory Heights is a freehold condominium development located at 13, Kim Keat Road, 328842 in District 12. Completed in 1997, the project is developed by Realworth Development Pte Ltd, a real estate developer with bank/financial holding companies include insurance holding company in Singapore.

Victory Heights - Unique Selling Points

Victory Heights has the full condominium facilities which include playground, swimming pool, covered car park, as well as 24-hour security to ensure the safety of residents. The location is very suitable for family with children as there are many public and international schools within the vicinity. There are a lot of amenities, recreational facilities, and eating establishments surrounding Victory Heights. Moreover, it is conveniently located near to shopping centres, supermarkets, and banks. On the other hand, the beautiful Zhongshan Park provides residents an opportunity to unwind after work as they may relax and admire the modern interpretations of Chinese architecture and garden landscape there. Alternatively, Victory Heights residents will have the luxury to join Ceylon Sports Club which is just a few minutes away. In short, Victory Heights provides residents with an easy access to their daily necessities meanwhile being able to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, Victory Heights is near Whampoa estate, the Singapore “food street”, which is famous for its wide selection of local dishes, that would satisfy the cravings of every resident.

Victory Heights – Accessibility

Residents can take a short bus ride to the nearest train station such as the Novena MRT station, Toa Payoh MRT station, and Boon Keng MRT station. Moreover, Victory Heights is easily accessible to all parts of Singapore via Central Expressway and Pan Island Expressway. For vehicle owners, travelling from Victory Heights to the business hub via Central Expressway takes slightly over 10 minutes.

Victory Heights - Amenities

Dining near Victory Heights
  • Founder Bak Kut Teh
  • Robert Mee Siam

Schools and Education Institute near Victory Heights
  • Joseph’s Institution Junior
  • Hong Wen School
  • Farrer Park Primary School
  • Balestier Hill Secondary
  • Bendemeer Secondary School
  • Global Indian International School Singapore (GIIS)
  • San Yu Adventist School

Clinics and Hospitals near Victory Heights
  • Intra Medical Pte Ltd
  • SK Pharma Healthcare Group
  • National Skin Centre Clinical Laboratory
  • HEAL Medical Centre
  • Mandarin Dental Centre
  • ParkwayHealth Primary Care Network

Shopping Malls and Shops near Victory Heights
  • Balestier Plaza
  • Novena Square
  • United Square
  • Sheng Siong Supermarket
  • NTUC Fairprice
  • Shaw Plaza

Victory Heights - Project information

Completed in year 1997, Victory Heights is a 18-storey high rise residential building which comprises of 34 units.
  • Project Name: Victory Heights
  • Type: Condominium
  • District: 12
  • Configuration: 34 residential units
  • Land Size: 12,804 sqft

Unit types for Victory Heights:
  • 3 bedrooms (1,109 – 1,119 sqft)

Victory Heights - Nearby Projects

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Facilities & Amenities


  • Covered car park
  • Playground
  • 24 hours security
  • Swimming pool

Buildings Details

Building # Floors # Units
Building @ 13 Kim Keat Road 328842N/A34
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