Surrey 21 is a new launch freehold condominium on Surrey Road.
Convenience at Surrey 21
Located between Newton and Novena MRT station, residents can just take a 10-minute walk to Novena MRT station. There are also many bus services around Surrey 21 for residents to gain access to other parts of Singapore.
For private vehicle owners, Surrey 21 is well connected to the Central Expressway (CTE) and Pan-Island Expressway (PIE).
Amenities at Surrey 21
For the foodies, the Newton Food Centre should be a familiar food hotspot. Patronised by the cast of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’, the place serves all the popular local delights. Residents of Surrey 21 will be just a 10-minute walk away from Newton Food Centre.
As for shopping malls, the area around Surrey 21 is filled with various options. United Square, Square 2, and Velocity are the malls around the Novena area.
Given how Surrey 21 is located between Novena and Newton, the famous Orchard Road Shopping Belt is just one station away from Newton MRT station. A short ride on the MRT or a short drive will bring residents to major shopping malls such as ION Orchard, 313@somerset, Ngee Ann City, Orchard Central and Wisma Atria just to name a few.
World-class medical establishments such as Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Thomson Medical Centre, Novena Medical Centre, Gleneagles Hospital, Mt Elizabeth Orchard and Mt Alvernia are all conveniently accessible.
URA Master Plan
URA’s master plan is to introduce more medical facilities in Novena, such as a new Ambulatory Centre at TTSH and National Centre for Infectious Diseases. A proposed Integrated Intermediate Care Hub, as well as National Skin Centre Expansion and National Healthcare Group’s Headquarters, are currently in the works.
This is sure to attract many out-of-towners seeking medical assistance as well as locals who require regular medical attention.
Schools near Surrey 21
St. Joseph's Institution Junior, Anglo-Chinese School (Junior), and Farrer Park Primary School are some of the schools that are within close proximity to Surrey 21.
The project is also a short drive from schools in the highly coveted Bukit Timah area, where schools such as Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, Raffles Girls’ Primary, Nanyang Girls’ High and Hwa Chong Institution are located.
Source: The Straits Times