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Logo Marshe Properties
Sherry Tang 邓民洁 98444400
KEO, Director
Current Status Vacant
Bedrooms 2
No. of Bedrooms with attached Bathroom 1
Bathrooms 2
House Features Study Room, Balcony
Other Features Corner Unit
Fixtures Built-In Kitchen Cabinet, Walk-In Wardrobe, Built-In Wardrobe
Unit Renovation Designer Décor
No. of Years since Last Renovation 5
Unit Condition Beautiful
Unit Level High Floor
Views Unblocked View, City View
Main Door Facing South West
Living Hall Facing South East
Season Carpark
($ per month)
Tenure From 2011
Completion Year 1
Property Age 6
Total Floor Levels 30
Facilities Multi-Storey Carpark
Ethnic Quota All Races Eligible
SPR Quota All SPR Eligible
  • MRT Station
    Ang Mo Kio
  • Bus Interchange
    Ang Mo Kio
  • Expressway
Amenities Nearby
  • Wet Market
  • Food Court
  • Garden / Park
    Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East
  • Shopping Mall
    AMK Hub
  • Shopping Mall
    Jubilee Square
  • Shopping Mall
    Djit Sun Mall
Schools Nearby
Jing Shan Primary School
Anderson Secondary School
Deyi Secondary School
Da Qiao Primary School
James Cook University - Ang Mo Kio Campus
ITE College Central
Nanyang Polytechnic
Teck Ghee Primary School
Anderson Junior College

Total Number of HDB units: 48,955 (HDB Annual Report 2010/11)

Ang Mo Kio is a heartland new town located in north central Singapore, and is generally within the North-East Region. It contains many of the common features of the island nation's neighbourhoods, e.g. hawker centres, wet markets and HDB housing blocks. Singapore's Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong is the Member of Parliament for this constituency. As an urban planning division, the Ang Mo Kio Planning Area lies within this region.

Development of Ang Mo Kio New Town began in 1973, and was the seventh New Town to be built in Singapore. The early stage of construction took place by the Housing and Development Board under the Ministry of National Development, completed in 1980. The present 29 hectares (72 acres) self-contained town centre was built over an elongated valley formerly occupied by squatters. It has commercial offices, cultural and community facilities serving at least 200,000 residents.

After more than thirty years of existence, it is considered one of the matured housing estates with established markets, schools, institutions, community, residential, administrative centers, and even a community hospital and other important amenities for the housing residents.



The town is well served by a multi-modal public transport system.

Two Mass Rapid Transit stations serve the town, with Ang Mo Kio MRT Station at the centre of town, and Yio Chu Kang MRT Station serving the town's northern area.

The Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange is directly linked to the Ang Mo Kio MRT Station via an underground pedestrian walkway, and provides feeder bus services from the MRT stations to each neighbourhood. Yio Chu Kang MRT Station is also served by bus services via the Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal sited beside the station. Both the bus interchange and terminal offers trunk bus services to connect the town with the rest of the island, including a rapid connection to the city centre in the Central Area, as well as other financial and commercial districts in the central region of Singapore, including Shenton Way, Orchard Road, Marina Centre and Marine Parade.

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