Located in the heart of Bukit Timah’s predominantly landed residential enclave in prime District 10, Royalgreen is a low-rise 285-unit condominium slated for completion by 2025. Developed by Allgreen Properties, the development is spread across five blocks on a 22,654 square metre land parcel and carries a freehold tenure characteristic of condominiums in the area.
Each residential block at Royalgreen is five-storeys in height.
Developer Allgreen’s focus for Royalgreen is a relaxed living environment characterised by abundant greenery. To maximise green spaces within the condominium, the architect has connected the roof spaces of the condominium into one continuous rooftop deck with three sky bridges—a rarely seen architectural feature in Singapore.
The rooftop deck is draped in greenery. Remarkably, one of the sky bridges also incorporates an entire rooftop tennis court into its design. Other facilities on the roof include a gourmet pavilion and reflexology deck.
At ground level, residents can expect a 50-metre lap pool as well as a smaller children’s pool and spa pool. There are also two locations for BBQ, one of which is by the poolside.
The clubhouse at Royalgreen has several spaces for entertaining guests, and also houses the condominium’s gymnasium and an indoor play area for children. The gymnasium is designed to maximise views of the condo’s pool and landscaping.
At the same time, there are also facilities designed for relaxation; residents can swing in the Hammock Garden or enjoy a quiet day at the Meditation Deck.
Situated a five-minute walk from Sixth Avenue MRT station on the Downtown Line, Royalgreen is one of the better-connected condominiums in the area to Singapore’s MRT network. Residents can access the city by train within half an hour, as well as get to attractions such as the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Singapore Botanic Gardens and Holland Village.
Across the road from the development is a giant lifestyle and entertainment precinct sited at The Grandstand (the expansive grounds of the former Singapore Turf Club). Residents can play football or a round of golf, ride go-karts, engage in a paintball showdown and even ride horses at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club.
Avid adventurers can also traverse the Coast-to-Coast trail by NParks, a 36-kilometre walking and biking trail extending from Jurong Lake Gardens to Punggol. The trail also connects to the Rail Corridor, a trail that goes towards the city centre.
Right outside Royalgreen is a cluster of eateries, shops and pubs that offer various F&B options. Across Sixth Avenue is Guthrie House, which houses a supermarket to satisfy nearby residents’ grocery needs.
Owing to the area’s diverse expatriate demographic, there are several enclaves along Bukit Timah and Dunearn Road that offer diverse F&B amenities encompassing various cuisines, at Coronation and Greenwood Avenue. Those craving hawker fare can also hear to Beauty World, where the Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre is located, or Adam Road Food Centre.
Educational institutions located close to the development include Methodist’ Girls School, Nanyang Girls’ High School, Hwa Chong Institution, National Junior College, Raffles Girls’ Primary School and Nanyang Primary School, just to name a few.
This is also a popular location for international schools in the area, as well as preschools. International schools nearby include the Swiss School, the Hollandse School and the Singapore Korean International School.
When it comes to higher education, the National University of Singapore’s Bukit Timah Campus is also nearby, located next to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, as is Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Motorists have easy access to the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) via Eng Neo Avenue.
Units in Royalgreen range from two- to four-bedroom apartments.
Visit the official Royalgreen page of the Singapore Property Show 2020 to view ‘4D’ (3D + narration) virtual tours of units within the development!
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