Disclaimer: By no means am I endorsing Citylife @ Tampines. This is simply an analysis of the floor plan of this executive condominium and its suitability for a family of 5 to stay in comfortably. Please do your own thorough research before you make any decision.
An Analysis of the 3-bedder unit
Here are the important facts and figures to note:
- 51 – 67 Tampines Central 7
- 514 units
- Completed: 2016, 99-years leasehold
- Will be available for resale to Singapore citizens and PRs in 2021
- 3-bedder, 1109sqft
Huge balconies (and 2 no less!)
Unless you love alfresco dining, most of us would frown at excessive balconies.
For a more compact 3-bed layout, the dry kitchen concept/ set up is a waste of already limited space.
For a newer development, I must say it is still pretty spacious, especially the master bedroom!
Unlike many of the newer EC – which no longer has “storage” (utility room or home shelter), this EC has storage strategically placed in the kitchen.
Even the smallest 3-bed unit has a yard for laundry drying etc, making this suitable for families.
Some Thoughts To Consider:
This is an EC which hits MOP in 2021. The fact that it will be ready to move in will be attractive.
This is especially so for families who prefer to do a seamless move-in process and not willing to wait or rent somewhere else while waiting for a new launch development to complete.
Given it’s a 10-minute walk to Tampines MRT Station, resale interests should be considerably high.
There are a lot of new developments coming up in Tampines. eg The Alps Residences, The Tapestry, Treasure @Tampines and another EC called Parc Central.
And as the completion date of those developments gets nearer – it could affect the potential selling price of Citylife EC as supply and choices available goes up.
Have some questions in mind? Feel free to drop me a message via WhatsApp. I guarantee I do not pester or disturb you after that.
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