About Terra Hill homes price starts from $1.5m | The luxurious Terra Hill development opened up for viewing on the 10th of February 2023, with the most inexpensive 2-bedroom apartment starting at $1.5 million. Furthermore, estate experts guess that when Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) shifts from Barker Road in Newton to Tengah in 2030, it will likely augment home costs in the region of the new school.
Terra Hill, a luxurious residential development located in Pasir Panjang, recently launched its preview on February 10th, 2023. According to The Business Times, the starting price for a 2-bedroom apartment is $1.5 million. These 2-bedroom units come in various sizes, ranging from 624 sq ft to 807 sq ft. For those seeking bigger living spaces, there are 2-bedroom flats available between 904 sq ft to 1,335 sq ft, with a price tag of $2.3 million.
For those seeking larger apartments, four-bedroom units at The Botany range from one thousand three hundred two square feet to one thousand eight hundred sixty-two square feet. square feet and are available at a price of $3.4 million. The property also offers four-bedroom units with private elevators, which measure 1,894 square feet and start at $5 million. Located near the Pasir Panjang MRT station and the Greater Southern Waterfront, there is a hill called Terra Hill. It is currently being built by Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments as a small-scale project, which will consist of nine five-storey blocks that will offer a total of 270 condominium units.
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According to CNA, real estate experts predict that the move of ACS from Barker Road in Newton to Tengah by 2030 will likely boost house prices in the vicinity of the new school. On the flip side, the JCube mall located in Jurong East is set to close on 7 August 2023 in order to accommodate a new residential building which will have commercial areas on the first and second floors.
Lakeside Towers, a 144-apartment building located on Yuan Ching Road near a certain district known as the Jurong Lake District has been presented for collective sale once again with an asking price of $350 million – higher than the 2018 demand of $305 million, reported The Business Times (The LakeGarden Residences). The auction of the whole package follows CDL’s statement that it plans to retrofit JCube into a 40-storey residential complex and the sale of neighbouring apartments at a high price.
Nonetheless, parliament has dismissed a petition from Progress Singapore Party (PSP) representatives, which requested a “revamp” of the public housing strategy – 82 MPs voted against it, while 11 voted in support, according to CNA.