Nim Collection’s Exclusive Landed Houses

by • December 29, 2017 • Property LaunchesComments (0)876

The trusted developer Bukit Sembawang Estates delivers to us yet another remarkable residential development. Nim Collection is a proposed cluster housing enclave at the intersection of Nim Road, Nim Rise, and Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 in District 28. It offers a lovely, private, 99-year neighborhood with 98 landed houses.

The development will be launched in phases, the first of which will unveil the first 47 residences by 2021. Of the 47, 37 will be intermediate terraced houses, 8 will be corner terraced houses, and two will be semi-detached homes.

All homes are designed by the celebrated Mok Wei Wei of W Architects, and are to boast of a sleek aesthetic that reflects the modern lifestyle. The north-south orientation will ensure proper air circulation, and the large windows will enable abundant natural lighting.

– Intermediate Terrace House (land area: 1,615 – 2,124 sq ft / total floor area: 4,252 – 4,790 sq ft)

– Corner Terrace House (land area: 2,166 – 4,100 sq ft / total floor area: 4,198 – 4,532 sq ft)

– Semi-Detached (land area: 3,000 sq ft / total floor area: 5,100 sq ft)

The floor plan of each home is made up of five usable levels. To facilitate movement through the many floors, every unit will come with a private lift.

The ground level will feature the living room, the dining room, a clean kitchen, and a wet kitchen. There will also be a mezzanine featuring a study room and an open terrace. The first floor will also have an extra room and bathroom, which can be used as a helper’s room, a laundry room, or a shelter. Finally, there will be a two-car garage, providing residents with their own, private parking spots. An added amenity in a number of selected units is a private swimming pool.

The second and third levels showcase the bedrooms. All bedrooms are spacious and airy, and they all come with wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms.

The topmost level or attic level is an open terrace. It’s a flexible rooftop space that you can use for many different things, according to your lifestyle. Depending on what you want, you can furnish it for family bonding, for entertaining, your hobbies, or just for chilling out.

Every home at Nim Collection will be finished with leading, high-quality material. The kitchen will be finished in materials by the German brand Hoffen, as well as supplied with electrical appliances by leading names such as Brandt and De Dietrich. Sanitaryware and sanitary fittings will be sourced from Duravit and Grohe, while wardrobes will be provided by Singapore’s very own Ximula. Each home will also be installed with air conditioning units by Daikin and water heating systems by Rheem. The cherry on the frosting is this: the entire residence will be equipped with a Smart Home System which will make living easier, and considerably more luxurious.

The Neighborhood and Nearby Areas

The Ang Mo Kio area is among the three most populated suburbs in the north-eastern regions of Singapore. This means it’s a good spot for investment – a thriving locale which will continuously be upgraded to cater to the growing population. Already it features stable, progressive hubs for business and leisure. It also flourishes with recreational facilities, parks, schools, and cultural centres. All these make it a suitable environment for settling down and having a family.

– Parks and Playgrounds

Open spaces are important for families, as these provide a venue for children to run and play, as well as opportunities to bond with Mom and Dad. Near to the future Nim Collection are Mimosa Park, Mimosa Walk Playground, Neram Park, Neram Crescent Playground, Tamarind Road Playground, and Jalan Salaseh Playground. Als within a short distance are Ang Mo Kio Garden (west and east gardens), Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and Lower Pierce Reservoir.

– Education

As suburban cluster house developments are geared toward growing families, the location has been considered for its proximity to schools, learning centres and libraries. Among the educational institutions you may consider for your children are Fernvale Primary, Pei Hwa Secondary, Anderson Secondary, Keystone Montessori International School, Lycee Francais de Singapour, and others. Among the nearest tertiary institutions are Nanyang Polytechnic, Institute of Technical Education College Central.

– Shopping, Dining and Leisure

Though Nim Collection is away from the traffic of the metropolis, the surrounding area is loaded with modern comforts like shopping malls and various eateries. You can easily drive or ride to Greenwich V, Seletar Mall, Nex, Buangkok Square Mall, Hougang Mall, or Hougang Green. You might also want to check out myVillage from time to time; then stop by Chomp Chomp Food Centre on your way back.

– Expressways

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 connects seamlessly with the Central Expressway, which in turn leads to Seletar Expressway and Tampines Expressway.

Upcoming Upgrades

The government has a lot of exciting plans lined up for the northeastern parts of Singapore, which encompasses more commercial developments, industrial areas, and new parklands. There will also be additional transportation options and better roads for the benefit of residents. One future benefit will be the new Canberra MRT Station, which will be operational by 2019. Plus, with the completion of Watercove, a direct route to the city will be established.

Completion by 2021

Nim Collection is targeted for TOP by the first quarter of 2021. That’s still a few years from now, but go ahead and take a head start – prepare you future home as early as now. Get in touch with iCompareLoan mortgage broker so they can show you the best way to compare mortgage loan Singapore, and even help you choose a loan plan that works best for you. With their invaluable help, you can start purchasing your very own landed, terraced home.

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