316A Thomson Rd
A minimalist home with pared-down, superfluous-free interior.
A soothing and inviting space that has a timeless aesthetic.
Situated just minutes away from Novena Square, this apartment has been entirely revamped, including new laminated windows that have sound absorption property so they work well to keep noise out and providing the quiet and peace you’d like your home to have.
950sf with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a little alfresco area.
I love how white the space is. The walls and floors throughout are covered in a crisp coat of clean white paint except for the bathrooms, kitchen and balcony where they are clad in really bold, stylish tiles. Pale gray fishscale tiles juxtaposed with striking bluish green mosaic tiles. Such a great idea to incorporate pops of color to this urban chic home.
With windows spanning across, the apt is well lit by natural light. The lightness and clean lines are further accentuated by the beautiful white interior. Good flow in the layout with a seamless connection of the living room to the dining space. Dining is good for 6 though you can easily make it 8 with your own dining set! Right by it, a display cabinet with an unique Onyx marble top and overhead storage breaks the monotony of the space. Taking a step up from the dining leads you to the balcony. It’s a little nook- great spot for breakfast or for chilling on a quiet night over a glass of wine.
Minimal built-ins in the two bedrooms allow room for statement pieces as a unique way to add personality to the space. But fret not, the main bedroom has a large wardrobe with ample storage for your clothes. And the 2nd bedroom has storage by the windows in addition to the standalone mini closet and chest of drawers.
The stylish Kitchen comes with a cool compartmentalized fridge (much loved by the Japanese!), induction cooker, oven, a mini toaster and a dishwasher! The washing machine and dryer are stacked and tucked neatly in the corner.
Simply stunning. I’m charmed by the simple beauty of it.
Asking $3,800. Full furnished with the option of partial, if you’d like.