The 78-unit development comprises 58 intermediate terraces, 10 corner terraces and 10 semi-detached homes. Plot areas range between 150 sq m and 274 sq m, while built-up areas start from 329 sq m to 354 sq m.
The developer only released 32 units for sale, given that it has already sold seven units.
“Landed homes are becoming increasingly rare in land-scarce Singapore, accounting for just five percent of Singapore’s housing stock. These exclusive landed homes at Luxus Hills have been designed with luxury, privacy, spaciousness and sustainability in mind,” said Jenny Ho, marketing general manager at Bukit Sembawang Estates.
“We expect this phase of sales to be very well-received by potential homebuyers looking to invest in a timeless, high-quality landed property for themselves and their future generations.”
Located in Seletar Hills Estate near Luxus Hills Park, the development is close to various nature spots such as Lower Peirce Reservoir, Punggol Promenade Nature Walk and Punggol Waterway Park.
Nearby shopping and dining options include Greenwich V, AMK Hub and NEX. Educational institutions such as Hougang Primary School, Hougang Secondary School and Rosyth School are all within 1km away.
The development is also well-connected to major transport routes like the Tampines Expressway and Central Expressway. Two upcoming transport links – the North-South Corridor and Cross Island MRT Line – will also provide greater connectivity.
Bukit Sembawang offers a range of flexible deferred payment schemes for the landed homes to help buyers who are still waiting the proceeds from a property sale or owners of properties undergoing collective sales.
The Stay & Pay scheme, for instance, allows homebuyers to move in right away with a 20 percent down payment, while the Reservation Scheme enables buyers to reserve their selected house with a 10 percent deposit.