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Stirling Residences is a residential project that is currently under-development in Queenstown’s District 3. They are quickly gaining attention as one of the most sought-after properties in recent years.
Stirling Residences possesses a 99-year leasehold covering a substantial plot of land at approximately 227,221 square feet under a joint collaboration between Logan Property Holdings and Nanshan Group. It will comprise of two 40-storey towers and one 38-storey tower, with a projected 1259 units for sale.
This condominium estate offers a wide array of unit types — from one- to five-bedroom apartment (or even penthouses) configurations that’ll appeal to buyers of all sorts. Additionally, the developers’ objective is to be space-efficient with the units’ architectural integrity, ensuring that household facilities will be incorporated into the walls as much as possible to maximise space.
Regarding exterior facilities, Stirling Residences will be divided into three main themes: Fern Forest, Tropical Forest and Rainforest. This residence also provides exceptional access to both motorists and commuters alike. Situated in the heart of Queenstown, Stirling Residences is in close proximity to Queenstown MRT Station — a short three minutes walk away.
For drivers, major expressways are also within easy reach. Being in a rather matured neighbourhood, residents can expect a quieter and more relaxed pace of life with many seasoned eateries and shopping complexes within the vicinity.
Stirling Residences’ developer, Logan Property and Nanshan Group, are both established international developers in their own right. Logan Property hails from Hong Kong, boasting accolades lasting for more than two decades thus far.
Their niche is in residential projects in China especially, having earned a Grade A score in property development qualification and more than 90 residential estates in their portfolio.
Moreover, they have a good rapport and solid business standings with their partners; with an annual sales contract of $5.8 billion, coming in at 4th place under 2018’s Top 10 Most Profitable Companies. Stirling Residences will be their pioneering project in Singapore.
On the other hand, Nanshan Group is also a seasoned veteran but in Singapore’s real estate industry; one of their most recent development projects, Thomson Impressions, enjoyed profitable sales and earned quality reviews for its interior design.
Originally based in Shandong, they also own many international businesses on top of real estate such as tourism, textile, education, etc. A few years back, they successfully acquired multiple significant properties like the Park Regis Singapore Hotel and Good Class Bungalow (GCB).
A significant point to note is that the residence made history by being the first fully residential site in Singapore to surpass the $1 billion dollar mark; a significant price jump from the previous record-holder, Costa Del Sol Condo at $682.8 million more than a decade ago in January 1997.
Location: 21, 23 and 25 Stirling Rd, Singapore 148961
Description Of Property: 1 Block Of 38-Storey Apartment, 2 Blocks Of 40-Storey Apartment, 1 Childcare Centre, 3-Storey Basement Carparks & Communal Facilities
No. Of Units: 1259 Residential Units
Carpark Lots: 1259 Lots
Tenure Of Land: 99-Years Leasehold From 18 Aug 2017
Expected TOP (Temporary Occupation Permit): 30 Apr 2022
Expected CSC (Certificate of Statutory Completion): 30 Apr 2025
Land Size: 21,109.5 Sqm
Developer: LN Development (Stirling) Pte Ltd
Architect: P&T Consultants Pte Ltd
Landscape Consultant: Ecoplan Asia Pte Ltd
M&E Engineer: Rankine &Hill Pte Ltd
C&S Engineer: P&T Consultants Engineers
First and foremost, convenience and ease of accessibility are factors on top of every homebuyer’s list when it comes to considering various residences and Stirling Residences is no different. The plot of land used for its development is along Stirling Road, sitting comfortably within the Alexandra/Commonwealth area.
The nearest MRT station would be Queenstown MRT station along the East-West line which offers fantastic connectivity to key places of interest such as the Central Business District (CBD), Orchard shopping belt, Holland Village and Buona Vista, the enterprising and scientific innovation hub of Singapore (Biopolis, Metropolis and Fusionopolis).
Specifically, both Tanjong Pagar MRT station and Harbourfront MRT station are four stations away and Orchard MRT station is seven stations away. This implies that the CBD and town are less than fifteen minutes away. The advantageous location of Queenstown MRT station coupled with the efficient interconnectivity of the various MRT lines are attractive incentives for living in the area.
Alternatively, you might choose to take public buses too, especially since there are so many bus services available at Stirling Road. Bus 64 provides a loop service connecting places like River Valley, Dhoby Ghaut and Farrer Park.
Furthermore, the bus stop at Queenstown Avenue provides more bus services like 51, 111, 145, 186 and 970 that will pass by Commonwealth Avenue. These said bus services enable commuters to travel to Orchard Road, Bugis, CBD, Bukit Panjang and many more.
Lastly, for drivers, arterial roads like Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandra Road and major expressways like Pan Island Expressway (PIE), Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) and Central Expressway (CTE) are all a short 10 minutes ride away from Stirling Residences.
When it comes to shopping and dining, Queenstown’s got you covered. It’s a well-established neighbourhood with a lot of charm to offer its residences. For food, there is a plethora of delicious and cheap eateries nearby. Within a five-minute radius, residents have access to at least five coffee shops.
If you require more choices, Mei Ling Market and Food Centre is where the famous Michelin-Star Shi Hui Yuan Hor Fun stall can be found. You can also get your fresh groceries from the wet market on the ground floor.
With regards to shopping, Stirling Residences sits conveniently behind a boutique outlet mall managed by the Frasers Centrepoint — The Anchorage, otherwise known as Anchorpoint Shopping Centre.
This mall is known to feature a selection of premium brand outlet stores like Charles & Keith outlet, FOX outlet, Billabong outlet and others. Restaurants like Jack’s Place Steakhouse, Bukang Korean BBQ and Koufu food court can be found here as well. If you’re doing your weekly grocery run, there is a Cold Storage present at the basement level.
Just across the road, you’ll find Queensway shopping centre, a popular shopping haven for sports apparel. Since 1976, it’s been a top favourite among sports enthusiasts seeking for specific sportswear and sneakers that might be limited edition.
Even though Queensway shopping centre has a niche in sports apparel, it also offers a variety of specialised shops and services like T-shirt printing, electronics and optical shops.
Last but not least, one of the only two IKEA outlets in Singapore, IKEA Alexandra, is located here. Famous for world-class furnishings and Swedish meatballs, the popularity of IKEA speaks for itself as people flock to it daily either for some serious interior decorating or simply to enjoy a fun day out.
For your healthcare concerns, Alexandra Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital and National University Hospital are all about five minutes away by car — it’s that convenient. You’ll have access to healthcare all around the clock in case of any emergencies.
There are many good schools in close proximity to this residential estate. They include New Town Primary, Queenstown Secondary, Crescent Girls’ Secondary, Anglo-Chinese School (International) and National University of Singapore (NUS) just to name a few. They are all within 3km from Stirling Residences. If you’re a parent, you’ll have a hard time choosing which school to send your little one to.
For a little R&R and some breathtaking views, head down to the Infinity Pool located on the top floor of Park Hotel Alexandra. You will get to unwind after a long busy day at work and enjoy some precious bonding time with your loved ones.
If you’re more of a nature person, consider visiting one of Singapore’s first Japanese-Themed Gardens, Ridout Tea Garden, which is only five minutes away from Stirling Road. It’s an excellent garden for you to enjoy a leisurely stroll amongst lush greenery, away from all the hustle and bustle.
Alternatively, you may also visit Alexandra Canal Linear Park , a quiet riverside walk also located five minutes away from Queenstown MRT station. Whether you choose to visit it at sunrise or sunset, you will be greeted with magnificent views.
As mentioned briefly in earlier paragraphs, Stirling Residences has all the best features of a large land size and well-furnished facilities all packed into one. Residents will get to enjoy a gymnasium, a standard-sized lap pool, BBQ pits, a tennis court and rooftop viewing decks to soak in all the beautiful local sights.
Collectively, these facilities are split into three zones: Fern Forest, Tropical Forest and Rainforest. The facilities will, therefore, correspond according to its themed area to give residents a truly immersive one-with-nature experience.
Finding a serene residential property within a strategic locale like Queenstown is a tough combination to beat. Even though Stirling Residences is in close proximity to Queenstown MRT station, it’s still tucked away along Stirling Road, which provides for a more quiet and peaceful surrounding. Therefore, residents wouldn’t have to worry about noise pollution from the main busy roads like Commonwealth Avenue Road.
It is highly recommended for both independent individuals and families alike to buy a unit in Stirling Residences because it’s within the vicinity of acclaimed and niche shopping malls that other Singaporeans would have to spend an hour to get to. Staying here means that you’ll only have to spend around 10 minutes or so commuting to these areas.
Regardless of whether you are a single workaholic working in the town area or planning to start a family, Stirling Residences is ideal for living in considering its prime location to good schools and the city area for shopping and recreational needs.
Stirling Residences offers a very unique proposition because of its locale. The Commonwealth/Queenstown area is home to places of interest like Queensway Shopping Centre and IKEA Alexandra.
These two unique shopping malls cater to very specific sets of shopping needs that you literally can’t find anywhere else. In fact, for a lot of residents in the west, IKEA as a standalone is a good and enticing enough reason for many of them to move here.
Stirling Residences is a highly versatile property due to its secluded yet strategic location. If you’re keen to find out more information about this residence or book a showroom viewing, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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