What should you look for when buying a new home? A property’s location, neighbourhood, connectivity and amenities are important considerations, but there’s one more thing you should keep your eye on. It’s something you see every day – the view.
Not only does living in a home with a panoramic view improve your overall well-being, it can also fetch a higher resale price, should you decide to sell it. Here are some homes in bustling estates that offer generous amenities, accessible transport links, plus a spectacular vista to top it all off.
A ‘sea-nic’ sight
Each of the homes at these luxurious waterfront properties by Keppel Land also comes with a free three-year membership to the nearby Marina at Keppel Bay, which will come in handy if the scenery moves you to take up sailing or yachting.
For urban skyline views, the Marina Bay Residences and Marina Bay Suites residential properties by Keppel Land offer enticing views and are situated strategically in Singapore’s downtown.
Nestled in the heart of Tiong Bahru, a heritage estate with predominantly low-rise buildings, Keppel Land’s Highline Residences also offers lovely city views. The property overlooks the neighbourhood’s unique city-scape juxtaposed against soothing greenery.
Another condominium surrounded by many low-rise houses is The Glades at Tanah Merah jointly developed by Keppel Land and China Vanke. Look out the window and enjoy rolling views of terracotta roofs, surrounding lush greenery and even a glimpse of the sea in the distance.
Capitalising on their riverside locations, the Riviera Point condominiums in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City offer the best of nature and urban vistas.
At Riviera Point, a development by Keppel Land and Tan Truong, each apartment has a balcony, with many of them facing the neighbouring Ca Cam River. An upcoming retail and F&B belt which will be developed along the river will further add to the precinct’s vibrancy.
If you’re thinking of buying a new home or investment property, remember to take the long view. It’s worth it.