Be treated to panoramic views of the sea in a choice freehold development
Property aspirations among Singaporeans come in all shapes and forms. Some prefer to be at the heart of the action, while others favour a sanctuary far from the madding crowd. How about having the best of both worlds in a development?
If one’s home goal is an exclusive abode nestled in an upscale residential estate complete with sweeping views while being less than 10 minutes away from the Downtown Core, a home at Meyer Mansion may just be what one is looking for.
The latest development by GuocoLand, Meyer Mansion has 200 units of one- to four-bedroom premium apartments laid out over eight stacks in a 25-storey tower block.
Mansions with a view
Back in the day, grand mansions lined the east coast of Singapore where one could hear the waves from the sea and were holiday homes of the wealthy.
Flash forward to modern-day Meyer Road. The developer has drawn inspiration from the stately homes of old and masterfully incorporated their vastness into the apartments at Meyer Mansion. This results in an upsized living experience where the fluidity between living areas provides residents with an abundance of space to interact and create meaningful moments with one another.
In today’s work culture where many spend long hours in front of the computer, having a home with a picturesque setting to rest body, mind and spirit is a luxury in life.
Through deliberate and careful design, Meyer Mansion’s vantage is elevated with floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise the stunning unblocked views of the sea and the surrounding landed enclave. As such, Meyer Mansion offers residents the opportunity to return every day to homes with awe-inspiring views that uplift and spark joy.
Full-suite leisure facilities amid lush landscaping
In land-scarce Singapore where residential space is often maxed out for utilitarian functionality, about 80 per cent of Meyer Mansion’s land area will be dedicated to tastefully landscaped grounds and comprehensive lifestyle facilities that meet the varied needs of residents.
Much thought has gone into creating an expansive green space with horticultural innovations such as a mist garden.
For the yoga-loving mum, the grand lawn at Meyer Mansion provides the prime setting to perfect that warrior pose while the kids indulge in a game of tag with their playmates. The lawn area is also where dads can impart the 101s of soccer or riding a bicycle to the young ones.
Water-themed facilities such as the infinity edge leisure pool, wet deck and kids’ pool offer splashing good fun for the whole family. Over at the 40m lap pool, aspiring Joseph Schoolings can perfect their strokes and speed while getting in a good workout.
For the host or hostess with the mostest, the clubhouse, beach house and BBQ pavilion are ideal entertainment spaces where parties and gatherings can be thrown.
Proximity to Marina Bay and more
Of all the new developments that have been launched in District 15 in recent years, Meyer Mansion’s location bears the distinction of being the closest in proximity to the Marina Bay area, which is an easy nine-minute drive away.
Yet another perk of living along Meyer Road is the ease with which one can have access to East Coast Park. Just a two-minute walk away, East Coast Park offers Meyer Mansion residents a plethora of outdoor activities from cycling and jogging to water sports.
Nearby Katong is known as a foodie’s paradise with good reason. After all, one of Singapore’s most famous dishes is named after the area. At the colourful neighbourhood, one can find several versions of Katong laksa, each claiming to be the original Katong laksa. As a nod to its Peranakan roots, eateries such as Baba Chews Bar and Eatery and Peranakan Inn serve up authentic fare that will satisfy the taste buds of even the most finicky nonya matriarch.
Where commuting is a breeze
The Meyer Road enclave is served by the East Coast Parkway Expressway and is in close proximity to both the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway and Pan-Island Expressway, hence making travelling to all parts of Singapore a cinch.
For professionals working in the Central Business District, all it takes is a 10-minute car ride for them to reach their place of work. Financial and IT hub of the east Changi Business Park is 12 minutes away by car while getting to Changi Airport for that getaway or business travel can be done within 10 minutes.
Furthermore, the public transport infrastructure around Meyer Road will be given a boost with the opening of the Thomson-East Coast MRT line. Katong Park MRT – fully operational by 2023 – will be a six-minute walk away for residents who favour a public transport commute.
To find out more about Meyer Mansion, visit meyermansion.com.sg and register your interest today.