Tucked within a landed enclave along Canberra Drive, The Watergardens at Canberra is a 448-unit residential development that offers the tranquillity of nature within the North Coast growth region.
A joint venture between UOL Group, Singapore Land Group and Kheng Leong Company, the development consists of 16 five-storey blocks spread across a site measuring almost 300,000 sq ft. Two-, three- and four-bedroom units ranging from 646 to 1,528 sq ft each offer something different for various market segments. In a promising start, the development achieved 60% sales on its launch weekend.
EASY ACCESSIBILITY AND STRONG GROWTH POTENTIAL
A key highlight of the development is its accessibility and connectivity to amenities, transport links and emerging hubs. For starters, it is less than a five-minute walk away from Canberra MRT station and is close to Canberra Plaza, Sembawang Shopping Centre, Chong Pang Wet Market and Food Centre, and the upcoming Bukit Canberra integrated hub. Proximity to the upcoming North-South Corridor will also provide residents with easy access to the city centre.
The development offers much growth potential and rental opportunities given its location near the future North Coast Innovation Corridor, which is expected to transform the region into a major economic zone. Comprising a mix of office, retail, business park and industrial spaces, the huge infrastructure project will bring many job opportunities to residents living in the North.
INSPIRED BY NATURE
The development itself is inspired by a trove of nearby waterbodies and parks such as Sungei Khatib Bongsu, Lower and Upper Seletar Reservoirs and the Sembawang Hot Spring Park. Harnessing the undulating topography of the site, the development features a generous water body surrounded by verdant plants. More than 60 facilities are presented within three thematic zones: The Waters, The Gardens, and The Social.
The Waters zone includes a 50m lap pool, Jacuzzi island, a children’s water play slide, a water jet terrace and hammocks suspended right above the pool, among other features. As its name suggests, The Gardens zone immerses residents in greenery through features such as a recreation lawn, a fireflies garden, teepee decks and a swing garden.
More than ever, community and interaction have become crucial to our well-being. To this end, The Social zone provides facilities where homeowners can gather and create a community of their own. Of note is a farm-to-table facility at the Savory Gardens & Harvest Pavilion—a response to the growing interest in gardening in Singapore—where residents can attend regular harvesting and gardening workshops.
Providing sanctuary and connectivity in the same breath, The Watergardens is tailored to the needs and aspirations of homebuyers today and offers value in more ways than one.
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