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Fragrant Gardens

Bartley MRT

6 min (477m)

Upper Paya Lebar Road, District 19, Singapore

AGENT ONLY ON 99
DIVERSITY FRIENDLY

6 days agoView on map

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,841 sqft (built up)

S$1.85 psf

For rent

S$3,400/mo

NEGOTIABLE

Key details

Furnishing

Partially Furnished

Floor

01

Availability

09 Mar 2020

Pets

Allowed

Lease

Flexible

Keys On Hand

Yes

Ethnic

Diversity friendly

District

D19

Amenities

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Security

Security

Aircon

Aircon

Oven

Oven

Parking

Parking

Washer

Washer

Utility Room

Utility Room

Fridge

Fridge

Balcony

Balcony

Description

Fragrant Garden is a freehold condominium located at, 357, Upper Paya Lebar Road, in district 19, near Bartley MRT, Serangoon MRT and Woodleigh MRT Stations. Completed in 1993, it comprises of 4 storeys and 38 units. It is located near Tai keng Shopping Centre and Serangoon Market. Condo Amenities near Fragrant Garden Fragrant Garden has a host of amenities that are readily available, such as major shopping centres, supermarkets, restaurants and eating establishments, banks, library, cinemas and other entertainment facilities. The schools in the vicinity are, St Gabriel's Secondary School, Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' Primary School and Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' Secondary School. 

Development overview

Name: Fragrant Gardens

Total Units: 132

Year of Completion: 1993

Tenure: Freehold

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Premium Agent

Josephine Lee

ERA Realty Network Pte Ltd

CEA: L3002382K | R029266H

Response rate: 100%

Calculated using last 10 consumer enquiries in the last 30 days

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Premium Agent

Josephine Lee

ERA Realty Network Pte Ltd

CEA: L3002382K | R029266H

Response rate: 100%

Calculated using last 10 consumer enquiries in the last 30 days

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