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PARADISE ISLAND for SALE (7-BEDROOM)

Posted By: AngelynTanProperty

Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2024

Price: $21,500,000.00

Mobile: +65 94577788

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Asking Price: S$ 21,500,000
Built-In: 11,371 sqft
PSF: S$ 1,890.77 psf (built-in)


Bedrooms: 7
Tenure: 99
Address: SENTOSA COVE
District: 04


Land: 9,806 sq ft


Floor Area: 11,371 sq ft


Rooms 7 ensuite + 1


In ground pool


Facing Waterway / Private Yacht Berth / Partial Furnished


More pictures and details at:
https://property.singaporeexpats.com/property-listing/7113272/sale/-PARADISE-ISLAND


Angelyn Tan
Mobile: +65 9457788
CEA Reg. No: R003529J
PropNex Realty Pte Ltd
Licence No: L3008022J



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