In a landslide Singapore, landlord houses stand on top of a pile of real estate. While its charm lies mostly in being a resilient property, the idea of staying “landed” is also one that greatly appeals to its promise of expansion – both inside and out. Space, luxury, modern architectural design, privacy, nature, convenience, and land title for homebuyers and investors – which essentially means that they own the land on which the house sits, they need the Nim Collection. Look no further than, a collection of bejeweled houses by Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited.
Strategically located along Aung Mo Kiao Avenue 5 on Nim Road, a collection of 98 roofed, semi-detached and detached houses, with its distinctive geometry design, immediately stands out from neighboring homes. The design flair continues on the indoors, with modern yet thoughtful interiors interspersed by multi-level gardens. The development, designed by the President’s Design Award winning firm W Architects, was recently awarded the BCA Green Mark Goldplus and Asia Property Awards Best Housing Architectural Design (Asia) 2018.
Live brilliantly and extensively
One of the largest collections of the Nim collection is without a doubt the amount of space it offers – the luxury three-story home here has a splendid built-up area of 4,252 to 5,963 square feet with five en suite bedrooms and a private lift. It is the perfect residence for multi-generational homes. An additional feature in the selected units is a private swimming pool.
For example, the developer has placed great emphasis on small details to ensure an unrivaled living experience, for example, each unit is fitted with premium fittings and finishes, a Zimula wardrobe system and Daikin air conditioner. The dry and wet kitchen is also equipped with appliances from Brandt and De Dittrich. On the other hand, sports sanitary wares from well-known German brands: Durwit and Groh. Finally, every home will feature a smart home system, allowing residents to enjoy a fuss-free and luxurious lifestyle.
Your own land
One of the many benefits of owning a real estate is that you own the land the house sits on, so you can decide how you would like your property to be built, until it redevelops the city Be within the guidelines set by the authority. (URA). You have the facility to construct any facilities within your land area including a swimming pool or manicure garden.
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Customize your own location
For those who seek flexibility in terms of their desire to design their homes, they will be pleased to note that Nim Collection is one of the leading developments to explore housing guidelines governing new envelopes, which owners Will allow more free play internally. Layering of property configurations, preserving control at maximum height. For example, owners can now layer their homes more creatively now to bring in more natural light and ventilation.
A wife of entertainment facilities
For nature lovers and families who appreciate being close to nature, they will be happy to know that the development is located near many parks and playgrounds including Mimosa Park, Mimosa Walk Playground, Neram Park, Neram Cresha Playground. As Nim Meadow Park – At the door is a linear park 100 meters wide that extends in front of the estate and connects with the nearby Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 Park Connector. Other parks that are a short distance away that will offer plenty of open spaces to run and engage in various activities include Bishan-Aung Mo Kio Park and Sengkang Riverside Park.
A great investment proposal
The attraction of the Nim Collection extends closely to nearby industrial clusters such as the Woodlands Regional Center, the Seletar Regional Center, the Punggol Creative Cluster and the Learning Corridor, and the upcoming Seletar Aerospace Park.
Seletar Aerospace Park, considered as a world-class dedicated aerospace regional facility, is expected to create about 10,000 jobs upon its projected completion later this year, while the Woodlands Regional Center, which is part of a larger commercial belt It is said. The North Coast Innovation Corridor will form the first business park cluster in the northern region of Singapore.
Envisioning to be a commercial hotspot, the North Coast Innovation Corridor, which together with future cross-border rail links in Malaysia, will create a new generation of modern factories and innovation centers, spanning more than 700,000 distances from the Woodlands Regional Center. The square of modern commercial space and over 100ha of developed land. It would extend to the Gambas region, and continue eastward to Yishun, past the Upper Seletar reservoir, into the Seletar Aerospace Hub, and continue east to join the Punggol Creative Cluster and Learning Corridor.
The modern facility is located off a stone
Thanks to the development’s strategic location, residents can enjoy easy access to an array of facilities, including shopping malls, schools, and multiple transport links.
For shopping and entertainment, residents can visit nearby shopping malls including Sealer Mall, Aung Mo Kiao Hub, Hoogang 1 and Greenwich Wee, which are well-equipped to meet every day’s needs.
Families with school-going children will appreciate the proximity to the development of several prestigious schools such as Rosith School, Nan Chiau High School, Nanyang JC and Nanyang Polytechnic.
To get to other parts of the island, residents can use various transport links, including Ang Mo Kiao MRT station and Yeo Chu Kang MRT station. And those who drive can reach the city in just a few minutes using the Central Expressway (CTE). In addition, once the North-South Expressway (NSE), Singapore’s 11th expressway, will be completed next year, it will reduce travel time to and from the city. NSE will connect the city center with cities along the North-South Corridor — Woodlands, Sembwang, Yishun, Aung Mo Kiao, Bishan, and Toa Peoh via 16-ramps and 17 out-ramps.
Not all of this, residents will be well served by additional transportation options that are currently underway, such as the upcoming Serangoon North MRT station (Thomson-East Coast Line).