Artist’s impression of the drive-in area at One Draycott.
One Draycott, Selangor Dredging Bhd’s latest residential project, is looking to tempt young and wealthy buyers in Singapore with its unique product offering.
The development is located within the Ardmore/Draycott district – a traditionally well-known and sought-after address for ultra-luxury properties – near The American Club, The Pines Club and Tanglin Club.
An architecture art-piece in itself, One Draycott is designed by world-class architect CarverHaggard Architects of London, and is a product of a cross-collaboration with award-winning British artists, Anna and David Hiscock.
Both of them have worked on high profile projects such as the Egyptian Hall of the British Museum and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
The Hiscock’s functional art is evident in the “sculpture-cum-roundabout at the lobby entrance which features “pangolin scales” that are handcut by Italian stonecutters”, said Selangor Dredging Bhd.
It noted that owners “can expect to truly own a piece of fine art” as all units come with handcrafted Lucerna stone wall installation at the main entrance and oak facets installations at the main door.
Unlike other ultra-luxury properties found within the area, which are usually very large and come with exorbitant price tags, One Draycott’s 64 units are two-bedroom apartments that range from 732 sq ft to 1,345 sq ft.
This means a unit at the development starts from $2.6 million.
The units at One Draycott are also fitted with high-end finishings, fully enclosed kitchen and a private lift lobby.
“This is one of the outstanding characteristics of One Draycott amidst a sea of properties. One does not just own a property with a prestigious freehold address and excellent amenities, they are owning a piece of architecture art that can be passed down to many generations to come,” said Selangor Dredging Bhd.
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