Designed in synonym with exceptional class, the luxurious tembusu grand redefines standards of living for discerning families who demand only the best. With a location close to the city centre, this exclusive residence provides convenience in every aspect – retail and dining, entertainment, recreation and transport. With Kovan MRT Station just a short walk away, getting to the rest of Singapore is as easy as can be.
The prestigious project is nestled within the Kallang planning area and is set to be a highly sought-after location given its proximity to amenities and popular schools. This explains why the site attracted such a strong response, with both the number of bidders and the highest bid being above expectations.
Featuring 640 units, the development has been sold out within just over a week of its launch, indicating that the market is very eager to own a home here. Developed by City Developments Limited (CDL), Tembusu Grand is a 99-year leasehold development that will offer residents the option to live life in a truly unique setting.
As the developer behind the successful development, CDL is renowned for its commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Their track record includes award-winning projects like Amber Park and Stratasys, which are both located in the vicinity of the new development. The company also has a long-term presence in the region, with their developments being some of the most sought after homes in the area.
Local property agencies have indicated that the high interest in the Tembusu Grand is mainly due to its location near Dakota MRT Station on the Circle Line. The area is also very well connected to major roads and expressways, making it an ideal choice for those looking for a convenient commute to the office and other parts of the city.
In addition to the excellent connectivity, the Tembusu Grand is surrounded by nature. There are several parks and nature reserves nearby, including the Botanic Gardens, which is one of the most visited attractions in the country. There are many things to see and do here, and the lush surroundings provide a welcome respite from the bustling city life.
The sprawling Tembusu tree that is pictured on the back of the $5 note can be found at Lawn E of the Singapore Botanic Gardens and overlooks Swan Lake. The tree is also famous for its unique branch structure, which grows perpendicularly from the trunk. The plant is a tropical fruit tree that has multiple names in Southeast Asia, and it grows to an astounding height of 30-40 metres.
The high-end Tembusu Grand is the seventh private home built by the client’s family and was named after three large Tembusu trees planted there half a century ago by their patriarch. These trees are considered significant by the National Park Board and are protected by laws governing the preservation of these heritage sites, which means no intrusions can be made within their 10-meter radius. The experience of being under these magnificent trees inspired the siting and design strategies of the house.