Leedon Residence is developed by Guocoland Ltd, whose portfolios include Singapore’s tallest condominium Clermont Residences and other successful residential projects. Also crafted by the award-winning designer Chan Soo Khian, the condo sure comes with state-of-the-art design and quality.
Leedon Residence is located within the Good Class Bungalow enclave at District 10, the home for the upper class. It is only a stone’s throw away from the Orchard Road, Marina Bay, CBD, Botanic Gardens, Farrer Park, Holland Village and other prominent points with great access through nearby Holland and Farrer Road MRT.
Wake up to the tranquil surrounding and enjoy the luxury of a super lavish space, private balconies, and amazing views every single day. Enjoy a true quality time with the condo facilities featuring a 200m forest trail, The Club, 50m lap pool, poolside cabanas, gym, tennis courts, recreational gardens and many more which Leedon Residence can give.
Home can’t be more convenient with such great vicinity that includes Orchard Road, Dempsey Hill, Marina Bay, CBD, and many more. For daily amenities, residents can hit the Empress Road Market and Food Centre or the nearby Holland Village that hosts numbers of shops and restaurants.
Leedin Residence is surrounded by good schools, namely Nanyang Primary School, New Town Primary School, Raffles Girls’ Primary School, Hwa Chong International School, Tanglin Trust School, The Experiential Learning Centre, Anglo-Chinese School International School, St. Margaret’s Secondary School, etc.
Being a rare freehold within a highly sought-after district, Leedon Residences sure makes a great investment. Investors can also expect a high rental demand as it is located a short distance away from Holland Village, National University of Singapore, and business parks like One North, Biopolis, Fusionpolis, and Science Park I & II.
On 27th April 2007, Guocoland paid $835 million for what was then the largest single sum paid for a residential site. That worked out to be $1062 per square feet per plot ratio, including a development charge of $40.2M. The previous 314owners (of Leedon Heights) reaped an average of $2.35M each, double of the last transacted price. Based on the buying price of $1062psf ppr, the breakeven cost is estimated to be around $1500psf to $1600psf.