A 2 bedroom or 1 + study with a lovely terrace. Approx. 1000sf.
There’s never too much space you can have, if you ask me. With such incredible ceiling height@ 7m!!, white washed brick walls & exposed roof rafters, its interior was done to emulate a NY loft apt. Just love the airy & lofty feel to it. The open space and half-floor which was created for aesthetic reason and storage purpose have great appeals.
In the colorful neighborhood of Geylang, you’d never have guessed the apt would be that amazing.
A monochromatic minimalist interior. Pared down to its basics to enhance the clean and neat lines.
Entire apartment is well lit with natural light. The use of black hues throughout this loft apartment makes it look contemporary and uptown. The living area is definitely the heart of the apartment, with its voluminous ceiling and simple, yet stylish lighting. White walls paired with light wood floor boards create a minimalistic feel. There is a spacious patio for you to enjoy the glorious sunshine, perfect for barbecue parties.
Steeped in history, time stands still on this quiet street of the heritage-rich neighbourhood.
It faces the river/ park connector and pretty quiet.
CBD: 8.7 km / 15-40 minutes by car / 30-40 minutes by transit.
It’s less than 10 mins' walk to paya lebar train station & Paya Lebar Quarters where you can find Fair Price Finest & Scoop whole foods, cinema, shops, etc. Few minutes walk away, you’d have The Tuckshop Bistro Bar, Merdandy Bar & Cafe, Grapevine Bar & Restaurant, the authentic Don Lechon for authentic Filipino cuisine and Little Vietnam obv for rustic vietnamese fare and a little further, The Skewer Bar, Brawn and Brains coffee, etc. More for you to discover!
Geylang is home to great local eateries that will most certainly expand your food adventures. You’ll find restaurants and street stalls serving up your typical local hawker fare (e.g. chicken rice, fried hokkien noodles, wanton noodles etc.), but to level up on your list of adventurous foods, try the more exotic options available such as turtle soup, frog legs porridge, or the infamous ‘King of Fruits’ – the Durian. People-watching while eating and having a beer is certainly a must-do in Geylang!