Unit layout and floor plan of Midtown Modern’s Sky-Bungalows
Midtown Modern’s Sky-Bungalows are a combination of two of its 4-bedroom premium units. Individually, these units had a size of 1,808 sq ft and they will be stacked to create duplexes.
This is the original layout of the 4-bedroom premium unit at Midtown Modern:
Original layout of Midtown Modern’s 4-Bedroom Premium unit
The floor plans below depict the layout of the Sky-bungalows on levels 24-25, 26-27 and 28-29 of the North Tower. The other two Sky-Bungalows are on levels 25-26 and 27-28 of the South Tower. The layouts are a mirror image of each other.
First floor of Sky-Bungalow (non-penthouse)
You can spot some changes in the floor plan. One bedroom has been converted into the stairs and store area while the living and dining areas have been enlarged.
Also, the private lift only opens on one level for direct access to the main living-dining floor. Previously, the private lift opens up to the living and dining area but now, it opens up to the stairs and views of the city.
Second floor of Sky-Bungalow (non-penthouse)
Other changes also include having a junior master bedroom and an entertainment & family lounge.
Floor plan of Midtown Modern Sky-Bungalows penthouse unit
Penthouse 30th floor (main dining and living area)
Penthouse 29th floor
The duplex penthouse has almost a similar layout to the other Sky-Bungalows. However, the difference here is that instead of having the living and dining areas on the lower floor, they are located on the upper floor instead. Here’s where you’ll find the 4.2m ceiling height.
The private lift also opens on the upper level so residents and guests can directly access the main living-dining floor.
Supersized living, dining and entertainment areas
One thing you might have noticed is how huge the main living and dining areas are. To put things into perspective, this space is as large as a typical 2-bedroom condominium unit. That’s about 635 sq ft for Midtown Modern’s 2-bedroom unit.
Artist’s Impression of the living and dining area
Besides accommodating the large or multi-generational family living in the Sky-Bungalow, this huge area is also perfect for having guests or hosting lavish parties.
A plus point here is that there’s a separate entertainment & family lounge on the upper floor of the Sky-Bungalow, complete with a balcony. This is useful for multi-generational families as there can be two gatherings happening concurrently.
Within a multi-generational family, there are usually multiple smaller families living together. Hence, this area also gives the smaller families their own personal space to spend quality time with each other instead of heading to the main living-dining area.
Two kitchens and ample back-of-house areas
Another plus point of the Sky-Bungalows are the ample back-of-house areas. This means having two kitchens, two utility rooms, storage spaces and a linen room to support a large family.
Having two kitchens is great especially when there are two gatherings happening at the same time. However, this is useful even in a day-to-day setting as multiple family members can prepare meals at the same time without encroaching into each other’s space.
Both kitchens are equipped with a fridge, induction hob, sink and wine chiller. However, while the main kitchen has a steam oven/convection oven, the other kitchen has a microwave oven instead. The main kitchen also has a gas hob which is great for those who intend to cook more frequently.
Master bedroom suite has His & Hers bathrooms and two walk-in wardrobes
The main master bedroom is larger than a one-bedroom condominium unit and it comes with a balcony. Hence, for the main couple in the household, it does seem like you can enjoy your own personal space, away from the rest of the family.
Some highlights here are the two separate His and Hers ensuite bathrooms as well as two walk-in wardrobes. Hence, couples will be able to have their own privacy even when sharing the master bedroom. What’s great is that they can also customise their bathrooms according to their preferences.
Artist’s Impression of master bathroom
One of the master bathrooms is equipped with a bathtub while the other only has a shower area.
Artist’s Impression of walk-in wardrobe
Both bathrooms are also adjacent to their respective walk-in wardrobes and hence, it’s super convenient. However, one thing to note is that the walk-in wardrobes are of differing sizes. Hence, couples will need to decide how they want to allocate the wardrobe space.
Junior master suite
Apart from the main master bedroom, there’s also a junior master suite. This is ideal for multi-generational families which might have more than one married couple.
While it’s not as huge as the main master suite, the junior master still has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom complete with a bathtub. Not to mention that there’s a balcony attached to the bedroom as well.
Other bedrooms of Midtown Modern Sky-Bungalow
Besides the two master suites, there are three other bedrooms in the Sky-Bungalows. If your family isn’t large enough or you need more flexibility in terms of space, you can easily convert either of them into a recreational room, a home office or even a mini gym.
Collaboration with leading Italian interior designer Saporiti Italia
For buyers who are interested in luxurious furnishings and furniture, you have the option of decorating your home based on designs co-created by GuocoLand and top Italian interior design and furniture company Saporiti Italia.
Currently, four designs have been pre-created from the collaboration and buyers can browse them through virtual tours. They can also choose to customise it even further with Saporiti Italia.
Artist’s Impression of furniture and furnishings by Saporiti Italia
Saporiti Italia was founded in 1950 and is known for its sophisticated and advanced furniture designs in Italy.
All furniture, decorations and accessories are designed and selected specifically for the Sky-Bungalow Collection and are made in Italy. Some of these include a walk-in shoe cabinet, bag and watch showcase, tea table with an in-built heating plate as well as bedside tables integrated with mobile phone wireless chargers.
This offering, which Saporiti will curate and design based on material and colours with each customer, is estimated to cost about S$1.5 million.