Hundred Palms Residences
Rare Upcoming Executive Condominium in Hougang along Yio Chu Kang Road by Hoi Hup Realty
‘Pending Approval For Sale’
Launch Date: 4 July to 17 July 2017
Booking 22 July 2017
About Hundred Palms Residences
Hundred Palms Residences is the 1st Executive Condominium to be located on Yio Chu Kang Road in D19. This new luxurious residential development sits on a sizable plot of land of 198,519 square feet, comprises of 9 blocks of 15 storeys residential units. It has a total no.of 531 units with choice of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom type. Enclave within the Yio Chu Kang, Ang Mo Kio and Hougang housing estates, Hundred Palms Residences is conveniently accessible by walking distance to the Hougang One or or short ride to Ang Mo Kio Hub, Hougang Mall and Nex Mall. It is easily connected via CTE/TPE/SLE and travelling to other parts of Singapore such as downtown Orchard Road, Central Business District and Changi Airport , is just about 20 to 25 mins.
Hundred Palms Residences Project Details
WHY PURCHASE HUNDRED PALMS RESIDENCES EC?
Hundred Palms is located in the middle of 3 estates with a short drive to Searngoon Central and NEX
Hundred Plams is located around prestigius schools ranging from Rosyth School, Bowen Secondary School to Xin Min Primary and Secondary School
Serangoon JC and Nanyang Polytechnic is just 10 mins drive away.
Hundred Palms Residences is a good place for schooling kids family.
Shopping Malls nearby include Greenwich V, Hougang Green Shopping Centre, Hougang One, Kovan Heartland Mall, myVillage (Serangoon Gardens) and NEX.
Hundred Palms Residences EC is near many public transportations, SLE, TPE and CTEexpressway are mins away, Kovan and Serangoon MRT are just 5-10 mins bus journey away.
Afforable pricing of Hundred Palms Residences
3BR Starting From $715K – $975K
4BR Starting From $1030K – $1130K
5BR Starting From $1188K – $1288K
Hundred Palms Location
Hundred Palms Site Plan
Hundred Palms Floor plan
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