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Land Size of 1778 sqft
Inter Terrace Strata Terrace
Build-up 2110 sqft
Buying landed property, being one of the most excellent opportunities for investment, has always been regarded as one of the best property investment asset that can provide long-term capital appreciation. The supply of land for landed properties is limited, demand is notably on the uptrend.
In Singapore, landed property for residential purposes includes vacant land, inter-terraces, corner-terraces, detached houses, semi-detached houses or bungalows, and it is only available to Singaporeans. Non-Singaporeans and Permanent Residents need approval from the Singapore Land Authority to buy landed property in Singapore
Investing in a landed property at prime locations is the best option for all those who want to invest in real estate. The main draw of landed properties is their scarcity. There are Freehold, 999-years & 99-years leases in Singapore
A terrace house is a dwelling house with its own land title that forms part of a row of at least 3 dwelling houses abutting the common boundary party walls. Terrace houses can be built in designated mixed landed housing areas if the development site area meets the minimum plot size and width requirements. At the individual plot level, a terrace house shall adhere to the applicable storey height and envelope control guidelines and building setback requirements. The permissible Gross Floor Area (GFA) for such landed housing is resultant of the allowable building height and permissible building envelope under the envelope control guidelines.
A semi-detached house is one half of a pair of two houses, each with its own land title, separated by a common party wall along one side of the premises. The pair of semi-detached houses is attached either side-to-side or back-to-back as illustrated above.
If an adjoining semi-detached house is demolished or redeveloped into a different housing form (eg to a bungalow), the left-behind (or existing) semi-detached house shall remain a semi-detached house as originally approved.
Semi-detached houses may be built in either areas designated for semi-detached housing or mixed landed housing, if the development site area can meet the requisite minimum plot size and plot width.
A semi-detached house shall adhere to the applicable storey height, envelope control guidelines and building setback requirements under the envelope control guidelines. The permissible Gross Floor Area (GFA) for landed housing is resultant of the allowable building height and envelope.
A bungalow is a detached landed house with its own land title. It may be built in areas designated for landed housing developments or on land zoned for residential use if the development site area meets the minimum plot size, plot width and site coverage requirements for a bungalow development.
Bungalows may be built in any designated landed housing area, including semi-detached housing or mixed landed housing areas. In Good Class Bungalow Areas (GCBA) or in other bungalow areas, only bungalow developments are allowed.
At the individual plot level, a bungalow development shall adhere to the envelope control guidelines. These guidelines set out the allowable building envelope based on applicable storey height controls and building setback requirements. The allowable Gross Floor Area (GFA) for landed housing is resultant of the allowable building height and envelope.
A strata landed housing comprises strata-titled landed housing units occupying a common development site with shared communal facilities and a single vehicular access point.
Any of the following three basic types of landed housing form can be built as strata landed housing:
A strata landed development site may have a mix of bungalows, semi-detached houses and terrace houses occupying a common development site with shared communal facilities and a single vehicular access point. The building footprint of each strata landed unit shall have minimum ground contact of 50sqm. All other requirements are guided by the envelope control guidelines and respective parameters for the relevant landed housing type.
Strata landed houses may be allowed within a flats development site. Such hybrid developments are not accorded condominium status. They are not allowed in designated landed housing areas.
The number of strata landed housing units allowable depends on the type of landed housing forms proposed apart from a minimum communal open space provision requirement. This is to safeguard amenity for strata landed housing residents, and maintain compatibility of the strata landed housing development with surrounding landed housing estates..
Being near to the City, District 14 have a limited supply of landed. With limited supply of land in Singapore and long-term demand on an uptrend, landed property is exclusive and sought after by both home owners and investors.
District 14 stretches from Mountbatten to Eunos, well-known for its plethora of delicious food choices, Geylang Serai Market and various shopping malls. Just at Paya Lebar MRT station alone, there’s Paya Lebar Square, PLQ Mall and the newly renovated SingPost Centre. Residents will not run out of food options!
The Singapore Sports Hub is just a stone throw away from Mountbatten. With various sporting and cultural events and activities throughout the year, exciting lifestyle options just got extended beyond the boundaries of your home!
Furthermore, there is high connectivity to other parts of the island via Paya Lebar MRT interchange and Nicoll Highway. Travelling to the CBD is a mere 10 to 15 minutes’ drive away!
With the relocation of Paya Lebar Airbase from 2030s onwards, the potential and possibilities for District 14 are immense. The Urban Redevelopment Authority is exploring its transformation into a highly liveable and sustainable new town.
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