The Mountbatten Residences in Singapore will be built on the site of the former Royal Air Force base in the city-state of Singapore. The project was developed by a team of architects known for their high-quality residential and business plans in Asia.
The developer is one of the most trusted property developers in Singapore, with a reputation for delivering high-quality work. The east coast region, including Meyer Road, has long been dotted with some of Singapore’s most prestigious and valuable pieces of architecture and design including Mountbatten Residences Bukit Sembawang. It is a dwindling resource that is generally preferred and therefore requires a premium of 20% to 30%.
Remarkable Places to See
Bungalow and Mansion
In the surroundings of this region, there are several magnificent residences owned by the Lee family. The famous Mandalay Mansion on Amber Road, which later passed into the hands of Lee Kuan Yew and his son Lee Cheng Hsiang, was built on Amber Road by Lee’s father Lee Hsien Loong and father-in-law Lee Chuan, along with his wife and children. In the late 19th century, the Lee family hosted lavish parties at the mansion and invited prominent guests such as Queen Elizabeth II, King George VI, and Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom.
Katong Shopping Centre is located on Mountbatten Road, one of Singapore’s most popular shopping centers. The mall has its main entrance at the intersection of East Coast Parkway and Marine Parade Road. While residents can use buses or MRT to get into the city center, they can also use the East Coast Parkway.
Mountbatten Railway Station can also be reached by stopping at the Paya Lebar Train Interchange, where east-west trains are readily available. From the train station, you can take a bus to Mount Batten Road, which will take you directly to the train station. The new condo on Mountlinden Road is the primary connection to Mounttattens Road and from there to the East Coast Parkway.
Condominium and Residences
The South East region state of Singapore is known for its beautiful and modern condominiums. Most expatriates choose to leave in this area because it is away from the hustle and bustle of city living. The area is also strategic as it is not that far from the central business district, and they can enjoy the sea breeze from east coast beach in a few bus stops.
This area also offers more choices for food at Katong, Siglap, and the privilege of having the East Coast beach nearby. Mountbatten is just 5 minutes drive to Suntec City and Raffles’s place, which is the financial district. Orchard Road is within ten minutes away via East Coast Parkway or the Nicoll Highway.