Produced by Tuan Sing Holdings and finished three years ago, that the freehold Cluny Park Residence was created by the acclaimed SCDA Architects and contains only 52 units. It’s the sole condo along Cluny Park Road, an area populated by prime landed home including the Cluny Hill Great Class Bungalow Area.
After the job was launched in August 2013, the programmer released just 40 units available for sale. Among the 12 components it didn’t release was a 1,690 sq ft corner penthouse facing the UNESCO World Heritage recorded Singapore Botanic Gardens.
The person who owns this penthouse — who declined to be named — purchased the device for $5.24 million ($3,100 psf) on Sept 17, 2013 after a negotiation with the programmer. At that moment, he had his sights set on this particular corner penthouse as it has an unblocked view of the greenery supplied from the Botanic Gardens. Just one other penthouse at Cluny Park Residence shares this opinion.
Additionally, the growth is near amenities such as Cluny Court and Serene Centre.
However, in September, the proprietor place the penthouse on the market for about $ 6.3 million ($3,728 psf) as he plans to start a family and are looking for a larger space.
Along with the million-dollar perspectives comes topnotch furnishings. As the creator of an architectural products company, the owner says that he was able to supply for a variety of high-quality materials to add sparkle to an already exclusive abode. As an example, he specially imported an outside decking material out of Italy to supply both living room balconies. Apart from the custom tables and couch furniture, the balcony features a French oak timber wall cladding by hardwood specialist Listone Giordano. There’s also an engineered stone countertop by Cosentino from the kitchen while the switches and handles are out of Buster & Punch.
A false ceiling over the living area was also eliminated to create a seven-metre high asymmetrical roof. This creates greater space and matches the device’s floor-to-ceiling windows that maximises the perspective.
A few of the alterations were also carried out by the programmer before the job was finished.
The 6.3 million price tag includes all of the furniture and fittings of this device. “If someone were to purchase this apartment, whatever can go with [the cost ] because a great deal of items were made and equipped together with the space in your mind. Consequently, if someone wants to pay to it, then they would not have to do all this again if they enjoy the present interior layout,” says the proprietor.
Before he chose to place the unit up for sale, the owner had offered to purchase the neighbouring unit with the intent of combining both components to provide more living space for his family. Unfortunatelyhe was unable to obtain permission from the programmer.
Penthouse units at Cluny Park Home range from 1,249 sq feet to 2,842 sq ft. There are just 3 penthouses at 2,842 sq feet each.
The device will probably appeal to a broad profile of buyers, from couples couples to families of four or three. That is because there’s sufficient living and recreational space to satisfy the requirements of different age classes, says Han.
According to List Sotheby’s, luxury residential rates for units priced above $5 million in Singapore have climbed 14% within the first nine months this past year. The average cost for your luxury apartment section is $3,088 psf, compared to the average cost of $2,663 psf for the same period last year.