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killershot 11-03-2019 02:25 PM

Treasure at Tampines
 
Anyone looking at this development? Looks interesting but am not sure of resale and rental value in the future. Location not that good and just too many units. Any thoughts?

Runez 11-03-2019 02:28 PM

formerly tampines court right?

location is not too bad near the round market

freehold or 99?

killershot 11-03-2019 02:39 PM

LH99. Got so many emails from agents. Maybe this weekend go and check out the show flat.

punkster 11-03-2019 02:57 PM

2203 units in one development..

captain huat 11-03-2019 02:58 PM

agent told.me the bedrooms are.huge.like.hdb size.

dunno true.a.nt

punkster 11-03-2019 03:04 PM

Facilities will be damn overcrowded.

killershot 11-03-2019 03:25 PM

Book BBQ pit also must waitlist. LOL

quailmaster 11-03-2019 03:29 PM

there are double facilities .. meaning multiple bbq pits, pools etc.. tenant pool will probably come from Changi Airport and Changi Business Park

Direct shuttle bus to Changi Airport and likely the most budget friendly launch this year

Disclaimer: i am an ERA agent

kiatme 11-03-2019 04:06 PM

The site plan looks complicated. lol

killershot 11-03-2019 04:21 PM

The area at Tampines St 11 very jammed at peak hours. Somemore not near MRT. See what is the pricing like.

1993newbie 11-03-2019 04:56 PM

They market the studio unit as one bedder. Simi sai sia.

A proper one bedder comes with proper walls to divide bedroom and living. The “1+Study” so dissapointing. The study is just an area at window side just to put a desk.

Price for the so call “1 bedder” start from 598k. Have to built your own walls to divide the space.

Two of my single friends back out upon looking at the disappointing one bedder floorplan. Why pay 600k for a studio unit at An Overcrowded OCR? Hence they’d rather spend 500k+ on a resale condo with proper one bedroom.

Marketing a studio as 1 bedder is a big no no.

quailmaster 11-03-2019 09:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by killershot (Post 119626860)
The area at Tampines St 11 very jammed at peak hours. Somemore not near MRT. See what is the pricing like.

Developer is building slip road with direct link to PIE in both directions

quailmaster 11-03-2019 09:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1993newbie (Post 119627536)
They market the studio unit as one bedder. Simi sai sia.

A proper one bedder comes with proper walls to divide bedroom and living. The “1+Study” so dissapointing. The study is just an area at window side just to put a desk.

Price for the so call “1 bedder” start from 598k. Have to built your own walls to divide the space.

Two of my single friends back out upon looking at the disappointing one bedder floorplan. Why pay 600k for a studio unit at An Overcrowded OCR? Hence they’d rather spend 500k+ on a resale condo with proper one bedroom.

Marketing a studio as 1 bedder is a big no no.

I think some buyers prefer open layout, partitions to separate living spaces need not necessarily be walls
"Study" is just a label, there can be many possible uses for the "study" space.. can be home office, extra storage space etc

1993newbie 11-03-2019 09:12 PM

Hence market it as studios instead of one bedder. There’s a difference between studio unit and One bedroom condo. Don’t try to smoke potential buyers.

Quote:

Originally Posted by quailmaster (Post 119632166)
I think some buyers prefer open layout, partitions to separate living spaces need not necessarily be walls


1993newbie 11-03-2019 09:13 PM

U should look at the 1+Study space. Can’t do anything at all.. just paying a potrude out window space and smaller AC ledge that’s all.

Not much diff from their “1bedder” unit. Basically both are studio unit. All the best to developer. As a group of bachelors, many of us still prefer a wall as a partition between bedroom & living room. Can’t imagine myself having guest over, sleeping openly together! Eeeyerrrr. Hence walls are important even for us bachelors.

I’ve yet to find someone that love open concept studio style living. To each its own I Guess.

Quote:

Originally Posted by quailmaster (Post 119632166)
I think some buyers prefer open layout, partitions to separate living spaces need not necessarily be walls
"Study" is just a label, there can be many possible uses for the "study" space.. can be home office, extra storage space etc



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