This 1250 square-foot ground floor home comes with a sprawling one bedroom, 2 bathrooms, well-equipped kitchen w pantry, laundry room and a courtyard. Extensively and stylishly renovated. The living, ensuite and kitchen were laid with custom-made pink-and-blue-speckled terrazzo and bedroom laid with American oak in herringbone style. Aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. Layout is pretty much open with wood-framed half height reeded glass separating the living and bedroom. And, we can’t help but strip off one of the walls in the living to expose the beautiful red bricks that were in hiding for years. How can we not have that. That’s one of the must-have features in a pre-war Tiong Bahru apt.
Bedroom is spacious. Definitely room for a study nook. There’s ample storage in the bedroom with floor to ceiling wardrobe. The ensuite is large with a 1.8M wide vanity and comes with a rain shower and a bathtub. Its steel framed half height sand blasted glass enclosure provides privacy. The windows at the air-well are finished off in almost the same style.
A lot of glass were used to bring in natural light and create an openness feel to it. Wood decked patio just right outside your bedroom is where you can hang out every morning for your cuppa, where you get a bit of outdoor without being in the sun. The kitchen is on its own with a mobile island equipped with a Straaten standalone cooker. A great space for the avid cook and for your friends to hang out. The Hay outdoor dining set, sun lounger and beautiful olive tree in the courtyard would be at your disposal.
Tiong Bahru, needless to say, is still the most sought after neighbourhood, not just for the locals but also for foreigners. It has everything a cool n’hood should have. Retail shops, cafes, restaurants, etc, and with creation of a wider footpath on the otherwise busy street of Eng Hoon, would bring about a different vibe and great accessibility for everyone in the hood.