Located at Tampines Lane, Treasure at Tampines is a 2,203-unit private-development by developer Sim Lian in District 18. It is sited on a sprawling land area of 60,284 square metres – approximately 11 football fields – and is scheduled for completion in 2024.
According to the developer, the 99-year leasehold condominium was the best-selling condominium in Q2 and Q3 2020.
The extensive collection of 128 facilities at Treasure at Tampines more than matches up to its status as self-contained development. Treasure at Tampines aims to equip and entertain its residents with a wide variety of recreational and lifestyle amenities.
Case in point: There are 13 pools, including two 50-metre lap pools. There are also twice the number of kids’ playgrounds, BBQ pavilion, spa facilities and tranquil gardens as compared to smaller developments. This way, every resident, young or old, gets a slice of this private sanctuary.
The Treasure Clubhouse, the heart of the development, features 28 facilities including multiple specialised spaces such as a culinary studio, children studio, dance studio, game studio and even a banquet function room.
Also at the clubhouse, fitness-lovers will relish the 24-hour indoor gym and outdoor crossfit at the clubhouse as well as a rock climbing wall, while those looking for a change of scenery working from home can do so at the co-working space with free WiFi connectivity..
Away from the clubhouse, there will be multiple clusters of party facilities, such as the Teppanyaki Grill Pavilion and the Char Grill Bar that allow residents to wow and entertain guests with their culinary prowess.
Despite the wide variety of recreational and lifestyle options, Treasure at Tampines has a low maintenance fee which starts from just $150* a month.
Tampines is a mature estate with plenty of amenities. Treasure at Tampines is located within close proximity to two bus interchanges – Simei and Tampines – and five MRT stations which include Tampines West (Downtown Line) and Simei (East-West Line). The upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) and Cross Island Line (CRL) will also enhance island-wide connectivity.
Those who drive will have direct access to the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) via a new slip road from the development: Tampines Lane. The PIE connects residents to Changi Airport and the iconic Jewel within ten minutes by car, and also interchanges with the Tampines Expressway (TPE) and East Coast Parkway (ECP) to allow access to every part of the island.
Via a conveniently positioned side gate and covered walkway, residents can reach Simei MRT station and Eastpoint Mall with just a 10-minute walk. Another side gate at the development allows residents to reach the popular Tampines Round Market and Food Centre in under five-minutes’ walk. The place is an iconic establishment among residents in the East. Many nearby residents make a beeline for its popular hawker fare and fresh market produce.
More recreation awaits in the area around the development, such as Bedok Reservoir Park. SAFRA Tampines, which offers a variety of leisure and sports facilities, is a five-minute walk away.
Elsewhere in Tampines, there are a bevy of amenities, such as the The Tampines Regional Centre, multiple shopping malls – Tampines One, Century Square and Tampines Mall –as well as Our Tampines Hub, Singapore’s largest integrated community and lifestyle hub.
There’s also an abundance of educational institutions around Treasure at Tampines. Depending on the block they live in, residents can find themselves within one kilometre of the following six primary schools: Angsana, Changkat, ChongZheng, Junyuan, Tampines and Yumin. Also nearby are St Hilda’s Primary and Secondary Schools, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore University of Technology and Design, United World College (SEA) and One World International School (Changi Campus).
Investment potential is high, too, with its close proximity to the huge workforce at Changi Business Park, Changi Airport, Tampines Regional Centre, Tampines Wafer Fab Park as well as the future Aviation Hub.
Treasure at Tampines comprises 29 12-storey blocks. Units range from one-bedroom to five-bedroom (from 463sqft to 1,722 sqft), and features 33 efficient and spacious layouts. These are attractively priced from $1,188psf. Homes come with quality fittings from Electrolux, Hansgrohe and Mitsubishi Electric.
Visit the official Treasure at Tampines page of the Singapore Property Show 2020 to view ‘4D’ (3D + narration) virtual tours of units within the development!
Looking to sell your property?
Whether your HDB apartment is reaching the end of its Minimum Occupation Period (MOP) or your condo has crossed its Seller Stamp Duty (SSD) window, it is always good to know how much you can potentially gain if you were to list and sell your property. Not only that, you’ll also need to know whether your gains would allow you to right-size to the dream home in the neighbourhood you and your family have been eyeing.
One easy way is to send us a request for a credible and trusted property consultant to reach out to you.
Alternatively, you can jump onto 99.co’s Property Value Tool to get an estimate for free.
If you’re looking for your dream home, be it as a first-time or seasoned homebuyer or seller – say, to upgrade or right-size – you will find it on Singapore’s fastest-growing property portal 99.co.
Meanwhile, if you have an interesting property-related story to share with us, drop us a message here — and we’ll review it and get back to you.
Join our social media communities!
Main Facebook page
Facebook #All Things HDB page
Facebook #Condo-Maniacs page
Facebook #UHNWIs Luxury Homes page
Leave a comment