Property developer Sim Lian’s newest residential condominium in suburban areas, The Botany at Dairy Farm, pulled more than 4,600 people to its opening weekend on February 18-19.
“The high response from buyers suggests buyers’ enthusiasm for private residences,” comments Kuik Sing Beng, managing director at Sim Lian Land. “Potential buyers remain optimistic about the possibility of property value increase in this area and the high rental yield from private residences has added confidence to their decision-making process for property investment decisions.”
It is situated in Dairy Farm Walk, The Botany is situated across the street of Dairy Farm Walk. It is across the road from German European School Singapore and just a 10 minute walk from Hillview MRT Station. Hillview MRT Station on the Downtown Line. It is right next to
The 99-year leasehold condominium has five blocks ranging from nine to 15 stories, which cover an area of 168,597 square feet, 99 year leasehold site. The 386 units are a mix of one- to five-bedroom apartments with sizes ranging from 506 to 1,765 sq ft. Prices start from $998,000 ($1,972 psf) for a one-bedroom-plus-study; from $1.2 million ($1,990 psf) for a two-bedroom unit; and from $1.73 million ($1,959 psf) for a three-bedroom unit. The four-bedroom models are priced at $2.39 million ($1,882 per sq ft) and five-bedrooms start at $2.88 million ($1,871 per square foot).
It is planned to start on the 4th of March.