AVAILABLE - For LEASE - A B&W Industrial-Chic apartment at Stangee Place


One of a kind light-filled retro-chic apartment in the heart of the historic Joo Chiat / Katong conservation neighbourhood

Come home to this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in a low-rise, black & white building on a quiet cul-de-sac street. How charming…

The apt is bright and airy with an abundance of natural light flowing through the vast windows.

An open-plan kitchen with a moveable island bench ensures that entertaining, whether cooking for two or hosting cocktails for 30, is easy-peasy.

The kitchen easily flows into the living room. I love the spot at the front of the apt where you can create a little lounge area. It’s like an indoor balcony and perfect as a breakfast nook!

The centre-piece must be the trio of black iron lanterns from Rajastan, or the 19th century antique Chinese screens… Can’t quite decide as both look amazing in the space.

The antique Chinese screens form the gateway to the generously proportioned master bedroom. Simply bliss! This will be your personal and very private sanctuary with a luxe bathroom attached.

It’s a great to be in the east. Cafes, bakeries, winebars, breweries and restaurants simply a stone’s throw away. You’ll be spoilt for choice on East Coast Road. Few minutes' walk away is Joo Chiat. It’s a cool peranakan neighbourhood, rich in heritage. Conservation shophouses, diverse dining options and indie retail stores are just a quick meander away from your doorstep. More practical are the I12 Katong shopping mall and Parkway Parade for groceries, movies, banking services, wellness services, etc. Accessibility is great.

For those who love the beach, the East Coast Park is just under 15 mins by bike or take a jog.

Commuting? The Thomson-East Coast Line Marine Parade MRT will be just a 10 min totter away. Right on East Coast Road, well-connected by Bus Lines 10 (Raffles Place), 14 and 16 (Orchard Rd / Dhoby Ghaut ) and the express lines. Just 15 mins by taxi / Grab to the city. Plus, you’ll be near the expressway so getting anywhere is a breeze.

Located in Singapore’s first Heritage Town, Stangee Place is a quiet little cul-de-sac in a zoned low-rise residential street. Size: 1023 sqft.

NB: Before being crowned Singapore’s first Heritage Town in 2011, Katong and Joo Chiat were known for something else. Short for Tanjong Katong, Katong was named after an exotic species of sea turtle, now extinct. Joo Chiat, on the other hand, was named after philanthropist Chew Joo Chiat. Both areas were once small villages of seaside retreats for the wealthy.

Available from 1 July 2024
Asking $5600