Special Advertising Feature: Nim Collection – an exclusive collection of landed homes by Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited (BSEL). Nim Collection offers the winning combination of space, luxury, modern architectural design, privacy, nature, and convenience. T.O.P is obtained and buyers are now able to move in for immediate occupancy.
By Michelle Yee
In land-scarce Singapore, landed homes stand at the top of the real estate heap. While its allure lies mostly in being a resilient asset, the idea of “landed” living is also one that holds much appeal for its promise of expanse—both inside and out. For homebuyers and investors looking to invest their money in a landed property that offers space, luxury, modern architectural design, privacy, nature, convenience, and the land title—which essentially means they own the land in which the house sits on, they should look no further than Nim Collection, a collection of bespoke landed homes by Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited.
Strategically located along Nim Road off Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, the collection of 98 terrace, semi-detached and detached houses, with its distinctive geometry design, immediately stands out from the neighbouring houses. The design flair continues on the inside of the house, boasting modern yet thoughtful interiors, punctuated by multi-level gardens. The development, designed by President’s Design Award-winning firm W Architects, was recently awarded the BCA Green Mark GoldPLUS and Asia Property Awards Best Housing Architectural Design (Asia) 2018.
Living Luxuriously And At Large
One of the biggest allures of Nim Collection is without a doubt the amount of space it offers—the luxury three-storey houses here have a sumptuous built-up area of 4,252 to 5,963 sq ft with five en suite bedrooms and a private lift, making it the perfect abode for multi-generational households. An added amenity in a selected number of units is a private swimming pool.
The developer has also placed a lot of emphasis on the little details to ensure an unrivalled living experience, for instance, each unit has been equipped with premium fittings and finishes, Ximula wardrobe systems and Daikin air conditioners. The dry and wet kitchen, too, have been fitted with appliances from Brandt and De Dietrich. The bathrooms, on the other hand, sport sanitary wares from renowned German brands: Duravit and Grohe. Lastly, every house will feature a smart home system, allowing residents to enjoy a fuss-free and luxurious lifestyle.
Own Your Own Land
One of the many benefits of owning a landed property is that you own the plot of land which the house sits on, so you can decide how you would like to build your property as long as it is within the guidelines set by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). You also have the flexibility of building any facilities within your land area, including a swimming pool or manicured garden.
Customise Your Own Space
For those who seek flexibility in terms of how they wish to design their homes, they would be pleased to know that Nim Collection is one of the pioneering developments to explore the new envelope control landed housing guidelines, which will give owners more free play in internal layering of configuration of the property, while preserving control over the maximum height. For example, owners can now ‘layer’ their homes more creatively to bring in more natural light and ventilation.
A Bevy Of Recreational Facilities
For nature lovers and families who appreciate being close to nature, they will be delighted to know that the development is situated within close proximity to a number of parks and playgrounds including Mimosa Park, Mimosa Walk Playground, Neram Park, Neram Crescent Playground, as well as Nim Meadow Park—a 100m-wide linear park at the doorstep that stretches along the front of the estate and joins with the nearby Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 Park connector. Other parks that are within a short distance away that will offer plenty of open spaces to run and engage in various activities include the Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, and Sengkang Riverside Park.
An Excellent Investment Proposition
The allure of Nim Collection is further enhanced by its proximity to nearby industrial clusters such as Woodlands Regional Centre, Seletar Regional Centre, Punggol Creative Cluster and Learning Corridor, and the upcoming Seletar Aerospace Park.
The Seletar Aerospace Park, which is envisioned to be a world-class dedicated aerospace regional facility, is expected to create about 10,000 jobs upon its projected completion later this year, while the Woodlands Regional Centre, which is part of a larger commercial belt called the North Coast Innovation Corridor, will house the first business park cluster in Singapore’s northern area.
Envisioned to be a commercial hotspot, the North Coast Innovation Corridor, which in tandem with the future cross-border rail link into Malaysia, will spawn a new generation of modern factories and innovation centres that will stretch from Woodlands Regional Centre, with more than 700,000 sqm of modern commercial space and more than 100ha of developable land. This will stretch to the Gambas area, and continue towards the east to Yishun, past the upper Seletar Reservoir, into the Seletar Aerospace Hub, and will continue towards the east to join the Punggol Creative Cluster and Learning Corridor.
Modern Conveniences Located A Stone’s Throw Away
Thanks to the development’s strategic location, residents can enjoy easy access to an array of amenities including shopping malls, schools, and several transportation links.
For shopping and entertainment pursuits, residents can head to nearby shopping malls including Seletar Mall, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Hougang 1, and Greenwich V, which are well equipped to meet every day needs.
Families with school-going children will appreciate the development’s close proximity to several reputable schools such as Rosyth School, Nan Chiau High School, Nanyang JC and Nanyang Polytechnic.
To get to other parts of the island, residents can utilise various transportation links including Ang Mo Kio MRT Station and Yio Chu Kang MRT Station. And for those who drive, they can make use of the Central Expressway (CTE) to get to the city in just a couple of minutes. Furthermore, once the North-South Expressway (NSE), Singapore’s 11th expressway, is completed next year, it will reduce travelling time to and from the city. The NSE will also connect the city centre with towns along the North-South Corridor—Woodlands, Sembawang, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Toa Payoh – via 16 in-ramps and 17 out-ramps.
That is not all, residents will also be well served by additional transportation options that are currently underway, such as the upcoming Serangoon North MRT Station (Thomson-East Coast Line).
For more information, visit bsel.sg/nimcollection or call 6950 9118.
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