Simple / Aircon / Average Renovated / Lift level / Embloc possible / All race / SMS : for viewing appt. The region of Queenstown is named after Queen Elizabeth II to mark her coronation ceremony in 1953. This region was among the first residential areas to be taken up by the government of Singapore as a test bed for Singapore's public housing initiatives. It became the first satellite town to be developed around this region. Within a short span of time, Queenstown became one of the more prominent residential areas in Singapore. With the rising population further development of many condominiums and HDB estates took place. These residential units - approximately 28,406 thus far - are well known for their facilities and excellent living conditions, and are home to about 94,900 residents. Dwellers of the Queenstown HDB estate have access to a plethora of facilities within a very close distance from their place of living. The amenities found in this estate include food markets, entertainment facilities, sports complexes and various commercial establishments. The student population at this area can receive all kinds of education as Queenstown has a educational infrastructure well-known for its high quality . In addition, there are parks and playgrounds that cater to the recreational needs of people living in Queenstown HDB estate. With the rise in the number of residential areas many shopping malls and supermarkets have come up in this region and surrounding areas.
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