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Posted By: AngelynTanProperty

Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2022

Price: $30,000,000.00

Mobile: +65 94577788

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Asking Price: S$ 30,000,000
Built-In: 6,975 sqft
PSF: S$ 4,301.08 psf (built-in)

Bedrooms: 5
Address: 37 SCOTTS ROAD
District: 09


* Buy direct from Developer

* Reignwood Hamilton Scotts is SEA first and world tallest high-end residential project with en-suite elevated sky garages. It enjoys spectacular view of the lush greens at the conserved Goodwood Hills

* Limited units of Penthouses for the privileged few

* Spacious Layouts

* Convenient location and close to shopping belt and good schools


o Clark Quay Area (4km / 12mins drive)

o Boat Quay Area (4km / 12mins drive)


o Orchard Road Area (4km / 12mins drive)

o Suntec City Area (4km / 12mins drive)

o The SHOPPES @ MBS (4km / 12mins drive)


o Hwa Chong Institution (6.4km / 14mins drive)

o Raffles Girls' School (1.1 km / 15mins walk)

o St. Joseph's Institution (8km / 16mins drive)

o Singapore Chinese Girl's School (2.2km / 4mins drive)

o Anglo-Chinese School (1.6km / 5mins drive)

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