With the flurry of en blocs, government land sales, and new launch activities in the region, the north-eastern part of Singapore has experienced something of a property boom in recent years. Property buyers are increasingly looking beyond the East versus West debate when choosing their housing location, making it a real contender.
A recent analysis of 99.co Researcher tool and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) data indicates that private condominium sales have grown by over threefold in District 19 (D19) over the past five years.
With land-scarce Singapore experiencing further economic and population expansion, land prices and land costs are forecast to trend higher. When it launches this month, The Florence Residences will strike a perfect balance between value and location for property buyers interested in D19.
Introducing The Florance Residences
The Florence Residences’ Club-Condo concept is distinctive among other residential developments because it incorporates lifestyle options similar to a country club. Members of the condominium can attend complimentary classes on the grounds without having to pay a membership fee to a country club.
It has never been simpler to learn a new skill. Fitness enthusiasts can work out in the Sparring Ring Pavilion to get a great cardio workout. Classes are available at the Ikebana Pavilion for those who prefer the contemplative nature of flower arrangements. In addition to dance lessons, cooking classes, and music lessons, additional activities are planned to meet the diverse needs of families and individuals.
A full suite of leisure options is provided for residents by the expansive grounds of The Florence Residences floor plan, which offer 128 leisure facilities and 12 clubs with different themes.
Meet up at the Amphitheatre with the whole crew to watch a movie. Guests at the resort have easy access to a variety of aquatic activities, including the 80m Island Lap Pool and other water-themed clubs, including Hydrotherapy Club, Wellness Club, and Kids’ Aqua Club.
A gourmet club offers one the ideal venue to entertain over meals if one enjoys hosting. The Italian Pavilion offers a relaxing evening of cold cuts, pizza, and barbecue where you can catch up with friends.
The Florence Residences’ landscape has been designed with great care. The immaculately crafted landscape is centered around the concept of biophilia, connecting people to nature.
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More Singaporeans are considering investing in a second property in 2019, so the one- to two-bedroom units at The Florence Residences price presents an appealing option for those planning to do so.
Due to the recent URA revisions, fewer units are available in District 19 at competitive prices. In addition, due to it being just a short drive away from commercial and industrial nodes like Lorong Halus Industrial Park, Defu Industrial Estate, and Tai Seng Industrial Estate, rental demand at The Florence Residences is forecast to be high.
Cross Island Line (CRL) Phase I has just unveiled the first 12 stations. This will make The Florence Residences even more attractive to residents as it will further increase the accessibility between the residences and commercial nodes.
The Kovan neighborhood has transformed itself into a self-sufficient community with shops like Heartland Mall nearby. Authentic hawker fares are available at affordable prices in Kovan Market & Food Centre.
There is also an Integrated Transport Hub between Serangoon and Kovan MRT, which is an eight-minute walk away. Taking the CRL along Hougang will only take six minutes. By taking advantage of the CRL, residents can travel shorter distances more quickly.
Within a one-kilometer radius, Florence Residences is conveniently located near schools like Holy Innocents’ Primary School, Montfort Junior School, and Xinmin Primary School. Rosyth School can be reached in five minutes by car. Foreigners living in D19 will have access to international schools like Lycee Francais de Singapour and Hillside World Academy.