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99 Condos Near MRT Stations (North-South Line, NSL): Prices, TOP Dates, and More (2022)

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99 Condos Near MRT Stations (North-South Line, NSL): Prices, TOP Dates, and More (2022)
Known as Singapore’s first and oldest train line, the North-South line (NSL) began its operations in 1967. Starting with only five stations, the NSL now has 27 stations with eight interchanges which go all the way to Marina South Pier from Jurong East.
The NSL has a few major stations often frequented by commuters such as Jurong East, Bishan, Novena, Orchard, Somerset, Dhoby Ghaut, Raffles Place and City Hall. You can expect to see and visit museums, iconic malls, parks and pubs on the North-South line. Most of the places are located in the Core Central Region (CCR) or CBD area.
If you are looking for a place to rent or purchase along the "red line", here’s a list of condos within a 10-minute walk or 1km of the various NSL MRT stations.

Condos Near NSL MRT Stations

*The listed information is taken from listings on PropertyGuru and is accurate at the time of writing (7 November 2022). However, due to the nature of property listings, they may be taken down at any time. Do note that these lists are also by no means exhaustive.

Condos Near the North-South Line: City Hall MRT Station – Suites at Orchard, The M and Eden Residences Capitol

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2015
$6,200,000 to $26,800,000
N/A
The M (850m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2024
$1,000,000 to $2,461,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2015
$1,200,000 to $3,350,000
$4,500 to $5,000 per month
The area around City Hall MRT station has several popular malls, museums and pubs. The City Hall area is well-suited for those who appreciate living near the Central Business District (CBD). Like learning about various cultures and appreciating art? You could spend your lunch breaks at the nearby National Gallery and other various museums.
Eden Residences Capitol, The M and Suites at Orchard are the only three condos that are within walking distance. All three condos have a 99-year leasehold with an excellent PropertyGuru Green Score.
Amenities within the area include Raffles City Singapore, CHIJMES, and Funan. Additionally, City Hall lies on both the NSL and East-West line (EWL) which allows residents easy access to areas such as Tanjong Pagar, Bugis, the Orchard Road shopping belt and more.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Yishun MRT Station – Symphony Suites, North Park Residences and Nine Residences

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2018
$700,000 to $1,980,000
$1,300 to $6,700 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2017
$720,000 to $1,550,000
$950 to $4,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2019
$850,000 to $1,400,000
$1,100 to $6,300 per month
Yishun is a neighbourhood with a good mix of amenities. Khoo Teck Puat Hospital and the adjoining Yishun Community Hospital provide healthcare options to residents; the upcoming Khatib Polyclinic is set to open in 2026, further adding to the available medical and healthcare facilities.
The Yishun area also has a good mix of educational institutions. MOE-based kindergartens, Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School, Naval Base Secondary School, and Yishun Innova Junior College, are just some of the schools located in the area.
Food lovers can find a variety of hawker stalls at Yishun Park Hawker Centre and Chong Pang Market & Food Centre.
Search condos for sale near Yishun MRT station on PropertyGuru.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Jurong East MRT Station – J Gateway and Ivory Heights

J Gateway (260m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2017
$899,000 to $3,800,000
$1,500 to $7,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 1993
$1,790,000 to $2,000,000
$1,250 to $8,800 per month
The area surrounding Jurong East MRT station is a buzzing neighbourhood and business district, with the Jurong Lake District set to be the second CBD of Singapore. There are plenty of dining options with different cuisines, shopping and leisure options available in the neighbourhood.
Jurong East MRT station lies on the EWL and NSL lines. Soon, Jurong East MRT station will serve as an interchange stop for the Jurong Region Line (JRL). Jurong East MRT station is two stops away from Buona Vista MRT interchange station (Circle Line (CCL), EWL) and seven stops away from the Woodlands MRT interchange station (NSL, Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL)).
Residents can expect to find two condos near the Jurong East MRT station as there are more HDB flats compared to condos within the area. Residents thinking of working in the area can surely benefit from living near this station.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Ang Mo Kio MRT Station – Grandeur 8 and Centro Residences

Grandeur 8 (720m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2005
$1,430,000 to $2,340,000
$4,700 to $5,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2014
$1,300,000 to $2,200,000
$4,200 to $6,800 per month
Ang Mo Kio provides residents with easy access to the central area. The train station is only one stop away from Bishan MRT interchange station (CCL, NSL) and five stops away from Newton MRT interchange station (DTL, NSL).
Residents with school-going children can enrol their kids in one of the schools within the area such as Ang Mo Kio Primary School, Anderson Secondary School, and Nanyang Polytechnic. There’s also Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, one of the biggest parks in Singapore for residents to unwind and relax.
Fast food lovers who are looking to purchase or rent one of the condos can expect to find KFC and McDonald’s as well as A&W, MOS Burger and many more in AMK Hub.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Admiralty MRT Station – Woodsvale, La Casa and Northoaks

Northoaks (730m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2001
$985,000 to $1,850,000
$1,000 to $4,600 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2000
$975,000 to $1,280,000
$900 to $4,600 per month
La Casa (980m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2008
$930,000 to $1,320,000
$1,500 to $4,500 per month
Situated next to Woodlands, Admiralty is a relatively quiet neighbourhood located in the North region of Singapore.
Northoaks and Woodsvale condos are located next to each other and surrounded by educational institutions such as Greenwood Primary School, Admiralty Primary School and PCF Sparkletots @ Admiralty Blk 687B.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Bukit Gombak MRT Station – Guilin View, Regent Heights and The Madeira

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2000
$849,000 to $2,395,000
$1,100 to $6,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 1999
$985,000 to $1,280,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2003
$1,050,000 to $1,388,000
$1,150 to $5,500 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2021
$655,000 to $945,000
$3,200 to $3,600 per month
Merawoods (870m)
999-year leasehold, TOP in 1999
$1,900,000 to $3,480,000
$1,200 to $5,000 per month
Montrosa (840m)
999-year leasehold, TOP in 1999
$1,480,000 (only one listing)
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2002
$888,000 to $1,250,000
$1,200 per month (only one listing)
Bukit Gombak is a hilly neighbourhood located in the West region of Singapore. Eager hikers can find two iconic hills within the area and parks such as Bukit Timah Hill and Bukit Batok Hillside Nature Park.
The area around Bukit Gombak MRT station is fairly peaceful. There are various restaurants specialising in different Asian cuisines in the area such as Siam Square Mookata, Hualong Fishhead Steamboat, Waker Chicken. If you’re craving a cuppa, drop by cafes such as Coexist Coffee Co and Beans & Cream cafe.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Khatib MRT Station – Orchid Park Condominium, The Estuary @ Yishun, The Wisteria

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2013
$730,000 to $1,800,000
$3,500 to $6,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2018
$850,000 to $1,300,000
$1,000 to $4,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 1994
$917,888 to $1,380,000
$1,050 to $4,600 per month
Located in the North, Khatib is a central neighbourhood that is equipped with almost everything. For basic and daily necessities, there’s Khatib Central, Sheng Siong supermarket, Giant and Wisteria Mall.
Khatib is also known for the popular coffee shop Mr Teh Tarik and McDonalds which is conveniently located next door.
Search condos for sale near Khatib MRT station on PropertyGuru.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Bukit Batok MRT Station – Le Quest, Guilin View and Regent Heights

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2000
$849,000 to $2,395,000
$1,100 to $6,500 per month
Le Quest (570m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2021
$698,000 to $1,638,000
$3,000 to $5,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 1999
$985,000 to $1,280,000
N/A
The Jade (70m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2004
$1,280,000 to $1,850,000
$1,000 to $5,900 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2003
$1,050,000 to $1,388,000
$1,150 to $5,500 per month
Did you know that back in 1963, Singapore’s first TV transmission tower was built in Bukit Batok and was called Bukit Batok Transmission Tower? There’s more than meets the eye in this neighbourhood. Bukit Batok is full of history that goes all the way back to World War II.
Though Bukit Batok is considered to be ‘ulu’ in terms of connectivity, residents can look forward to the upcoming JRL and will soon be connected to the rest of Singapore.
There are also plenty of schools to choose from such as Bukit View Primary School, Swiss Cottage Secondary School, Millennia Institute and many more.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Canberra MRT Station – Provence Residence, The Commodore and The Nautical

99-year leasehold, TOP in 2016
$638,000 to $1,388,000
$1,200 to $1,300 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2002
$999,999 to $1,420,000
$3,500 to $4,200 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2015
$788,000 to $2,600,000
$2,800 to $3,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2026
$800,000 to $2,097,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2014
$649,000 to $1,450,000
$4,000 to $5,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2024
$1,000,000 to $2,648,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2002
$1,280,000 to $1,500,000
$1,550 to $4,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2023
$888,000 to $1,500,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2026
$899,000 to $1,523,000
N/A
Canberra is a peaceful and small neighbourhood which is growing with BTOs and condos. There are four upcoming condos to look forward to within the area: The Watergardens at Canberra, The Commodore, Parc Canberra and Provence Residence. All the condos that are located near Canberra MRT station have a 99-year leasehold that ranges from $638,000 to $2,648,000.
Canberra Plaza, which is conveniently linked to Canberra MRT station, has a variety of dining, health, beauty and clinic options as well.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Toa Payoh MRT Station – Gem Residences, Trellis Towers and Verticus

Trevista (650m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2012
$700,000 to $3,888,000
$1,600 to $8,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2020
$850,000 to $2,680,000
$1,550 to $7,500 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2017
$840,000 to $1,690,000
$3,500 to $4,400 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2004
$3,100,000
N/A
Cube 8 (780m)
Freehold, TOP in 2014
$1,200,000 to $3,977,640
$3,500 to $10,000 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2013
$1,120,000 to $2,850,000
$1,500 to $13,000 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2000
$2,393,818 to $2,988,800
$1,090 to $6,300 per month
Domus (820m)
Freehold, TOP in 2012
$908,000 to $930,000
$3,800 to $5,800 per month
The Verve (520m)
Freehold, TOP in 2012
$750,000 to $1,980,000
$3,800 to $5,000 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2016
$766,888 to $988,888
$2,900 per month (only one listing)
Freehold, TOP in 1974
$4,380,000 to $4,880,000
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 2010
$6,000,000 to $12,000,000
$9,800 to $15,000 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2014
$850,000 to $4,280,000
$4,200 to $4,600 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2012
$820,000 to $1,900,000
$3,500 to $5,800 per month
Freehold, TOP in 1990
$1,900,000 to $2,500,000
N/A
Gaia (630m)
Freehold, TOP in 2015
$1,410,000 to $1,500,000
N/A
Verticus (740m)
Freehold, TOP in 2024
$1,496,000 to $2,618,000
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 1997
$2,859,000 to $2,860,000
N/A
D’Lotus (800m)
Freehold, TOP in 2007
$850,000 to $1,698,000
$3,500 per month (only one listing)
8 Bassein (980m)
Freehold, TOP in 2015
$800,000 to $920,000
$3,400 to $12,000 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2014
$1,220,000 to $3,999,999
$4,200 to $6,080 per month
One might think that Toa Payoh is an old and boring neighbourhood but it’s far from that. Toa Payoh has Michelin-backed hawker stalls, lots of hip cafes and iconic dragon playgrounds.
This neighbourhood is a dream come true for foodies. There are 14 dining options which specialise in various cuisines. Future residents can opt for the famous Toa Payoh Lorong 1 Market and Food Centre, Toa Payoh Vista Market and many more.
In terms of connectivity, Toa Payoh is two stops away from Newton interchange station (DTL, NSL) and three stops away from Orchard interchange station (TEL, NSL).

Condos Near the North-South Line: Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station – Stirling Residences, Queens Peak, Commonwealth Towers

Freehold, TOP in 2014
$770,000 to $1,900,000
$3,500 to $5,600 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2021
$990,000 to $2,700,000
$2,000 to $5,800 per month
Queens (150m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2002
$1,450,000 to $2,600,000
$1,100 to $10,900 per month
Freehold, TOP in 1997
$1,980,000 to $3,500,000
$5,000 to $8,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2020
$930,000 to $2,300,000
$1,350 to $13,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2017
$918,888 to $2,850,000
$2,388 to $8,200 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2022
$1,000,000 to $3,180,000
$1,780 to $8,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2018
$1,080,000 to $3,220,000
$2,100 to $10,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2023
$1,065,000 to $5,500,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2015
$1,200,000 to $3,350,000
$4,500 to $5,000 per month
103-year leasehold, TOP in 2007
$1,379,800 to $3,950,000
$4,700 to $9,800 per month
Dhoby Ghaut is a bustling shopping and arts area in Singapore and it is often filled with people from all walks of life. Besides the presence of iconic establishments and art galleries, Dhoby Ghaut is a major interchange station along the North-South line, Circle line and North-East line.
There are also plenty of commercial buildings for residents who intend to apply for a job nearby. Planning activities for the weekend should not be hard for residents here as Somerset and Orchard are 20-30 minutes away, by foot.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Braddell MRT Station – Braddell View, Gem Residences and Trevista

Trevista (270m)
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2012
$700,000 to $3,888,000
$1,600 to $8,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 1981
$1,630,000 to $2,160,000
$1,000 to $6,500 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2004
$1,850,000 to $2,850,000
$1,500 to $6,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2020
$850,000 to $2,680,000
$1,550 to $7,500 per month
Located next to Toa Payoh, Braddell is mainly filled with HDB residential flats. However, there are four condos situated less than 1km away. All the condos have a 99-year leasehold with the oldest being Braddell View and the newest, Gem Residences.
Guangyang Secondary School, First Toa Payoh Primary School and Keng Cheng School are among the schools in and around Braddell.

Condos Near the North-South Line: Novena MRT Station – Ikigai, Kopar At Newton and Pullman Residences

Freehold, TOP in 2003
$1,225,000 to $3,585,000
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 2011
$948,000 to $2,030,009
$4,800 to $5,800 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2023
$1,100,000 to $6,176,000
N/A
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2023
$900,000 to $7,560,000
N/A
10 Evelyn (560m)
Freehold, TOP in 2022
$1,268,000 to $3,357,000
N/A
Trilight (760m)
Freehold, TOP in 2012
$2,565,000 to $16,800,000
$6,500 to $15,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2012
$975,000 to $10,300,000
$4,088 to $14,500 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2017
$980,000 to $7,578,000
$3,800 to $6,350 per month
Zedge (620m)
Freehold, TOP in 2010
$900,000 to $1,900,000
$3,700 to $4,800 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2010
N/A
$7,200 to $16,000 per month
Adria (550m)
Freehold, TOP in 2015
$1,350,000 to $3,600,000
$1,700 to $4,000 per month
VIVA (640m)
Freehold, TOP in 2013
$2,900,000 to $7,200,000
$2,000 to $25,000 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2004
$1,280,000 to $6,500,000
$4,000 to $7,300 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2012
$6,000,000 to $6,800,000
$1,600 to $9,500 per month
26 Newton (520m)
Freehold, TOP in 2016
$1,050,000 to $3,194,065
$3,900 to $10,800 per month
99-year leasehold, TOP in 2013
$2,100,000 to $3,600,000
$6,900 per month (only one listing)
Freehold, TOP in 2008
$1,350,000 to $7,600,000
$6,000 to $16,900 per month
L’VIV (620m)
Freehold, TOP in 2013
$1,350,000 to $1,550,000
$5,500 to $7,500 per month
Newton One (810m)
Freehold, TOP in 2009
$2,600,000 to $15,888,888
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 2015
$1,650,000 to $5,131,200
$2,400 to $5,800 per month
Freehold, TOP in 2018
$899,999 to $1,750,000
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 2015
$3,250,000 to $9,500,000
$25,000 per month (only two listings)
Freehold, TOP in 2025
$1,000,000 to $3,663,000
N/A
Freehold, TOP in 2017
$840,000 to $1,690,000
$3,500 to $4,400 per month
Freehold, TOP in 1998
$1,620,000 to $1,850,000
$1,350 to $5,200 per month
Ikigai (500m)
Freehold, TOP in 2025
$999,990 to $4,520,000
N/A
Novena is a desirable and accessible neighbourhood to live in. Novena MRT station is located just one stop away from Orchard MRT station and Newton MRT station. From Novena MRT station, there are plenty of buses that can connect you to different parts of Singapore.
There are also three malls in Novena Velocity, United Square, and Novena Shopping Mall which gives residents more dining and shopping options.
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More FAQs About Condos Near MRT Stations

Proximity to public transport nodes definitely factor into condo prices, but other factors such as distance to central Singapore, popular schools and other amenities also play a part. For example, you can live near an MRT station but further away from the city centre to ensure that the price of the property still remains within budget.

It depends, but with the Government aiming to have eight out of 10 households live within a 10-minute walk of an MRT station, chances are, your condo will be relatively near an MRT station.

A condo, short for condominium, are private apartment homes owned by individuals. These individuals also own the land their units are built on.

HDB flats are public housing in Singapore which are affordable and can be easily purchased by the average Singaporean. In comparison, condos are private residential developments.

It depends on your budget and your need for space, privacy and facilities. HDB flats can sometimes be spacious depending on the flat type but it does not offer much facilities nor privacy. Condos offer a great range of facilities for residents to enjoy as well as privacy but condos can be pricier than HDB flats.