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  2. Cecil Lee

    HDB Hougang Meadows

    Location: Near/beside Block 204C Compassvale Drive Unlike many other trees that hog the airspace... look how bright and airy the ground below the trees. Contrast this with trees like the mango etc... that makes the ground below it too yin! One can even look through the tree and see the other side clearly! As a tree with sap... no insects... no ants or termites would ever go near it! Even for mosquitoes... no where to hide! The frangipanni vs another tree with thick cluster of leaves:
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  4. Breaking News! The mastermind planner of this development finally caught!
  5. Part 8: A total of six 2-room Flexi (Type 2) main entrance door has a view of one of the common bins. From my past experience, this is most likely the recycle bin:- Stacks 506, 508, 526, 528, 560 & 562:- Frankly not serious but can be a stigma especially if either relatives, friends and even later outsiders who have a interest in the future to purchase a unit at Fernvale Vines.
  6. Time out... P.S. Simply, the posting will be ignored. And will never get to see daylight in this forum. Got it? Get it? LOL
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  10. Time out..... P.S. Simply, the posting will be ignored. And will never get to see daylight in this forum. Got it? Get it? LOL
  11. Part 9: Towner Crest and Electrical Sub-Station (ESS) and for stacks 39 and 43... in the future re-sale.. please don't LOW BALL! 1. In real life, looks like both ESS is hidden from view of stacks 39 and 43. 2. Furthermore, the two ESS are considered a safe distance away. 3. Thus, there shouldn't be any excuse by any one to relate the ESS with either stacks 39 nd 43. 3.1 By the way stack 39 is not even facing the ESS. Just that it is the closest to one, that's all. 4. Therefore, in the future, can ignore low-ballers when it is time for re-sale of the home. 5. In fact, the most glaring is low storey stack 41's living room has a partial side view of the ESS attached to the MSCP. In bold Blue:- 5.1 Else the lifts at MSCP and the two staircase act as a buffer, here.
  12. Part 8: These are some considerations on afternoon sun A. Reply: You are absolutely right. Not only south facing side gets afternoon sun. Not direct sun but unfortunately all YEAR round! B. Usually for six months, the afternoon sun will follow the compass cardinal point with exact 270 degrees alignment. C. But as the earth axis is tilted at 33 degrees; the next six months, this alignment often even enter "deeper" into the frontage area! D. Thus for South facing units.. there is literally no where to hide from INDIRECT afternoon sun.. 1. Depending on hot sunny the day is + how thick or insulated (if any) of the master bedroom wall, stacks like 21, 23, 31, 39 and 43 may get their master bedroom wall "soak" in afternoon sun as shown in the RED line. 2. The purple line shows that for very much of the whole year, the frontage. The frontage, here refers to areas like the master bedroom and other bedrooms and the living room window area. Thus stacks like 21, 31, 39, 41 and 43 can be affected by afternoon sun. Often, the walls soak in the heat and in the evening the heat may ooze out from the interior walls. 2.1 The upper part of the frontage are mostly windows. Windows do absorb heat.. often films such as those that can cut out 99% of the UV is a consideration. If not, often when we get home from work, the room may feel like a "greenhouse" which may trap in heat. Fortunately, glass dissipate heat faster than walls. Walls literally soak in the heat... 3. Site A: "Site reserved for future high-rise residential development 3.1. Hopefully in the near future: depending on how the blocks in this development is laid out. Plus how high each block/stack are; 3.2. And that since this development is exactly west of Towner Crest; let's hope that the blocks are sufficiently high to shield this development's frontage and even master bedroom walls. However, it also depends on the level of one's unit at Towner Crest.
  13. Let me see..... Boon Lay Glade or Jurong West Jewel?
  14. Hi Master Lee, Could you share some lights on which block will get mos west sun. It seems that those living room and bed room that face the cit and south direction will get sun on certain months
  15. Chinese value RED as an auspicious colour! P.S. "Ang Ang Kee Kee" is a Hokkien expression where Ang means Red and Kee Kee means bright.. Thus the term simply means "Wow so red, ah!"
  16. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ NOTE: THIS STORY IS PURE FICTIONAL Any resemblance to real persons, dead or alive, or other real-life entities, past or present or VIA lightning strikes are purely coincidental. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Part 9: Caricatures: Life's Like that! @ Jurong West Jewel (JWJ) & upon T.O.P. Heard this exchange... MP: "Please VOTE for me!" Resident at JWJ: "I think about it, first..." MP: "How come?" Resident at JWJ: "I think about it.." MP: "Maybe I can change your mind... here goes..." MP: "HEY! Why are you walking away from me?" Resident at JWJ: "I think...." ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ NOTE: THIS STORY IS PURE FICTIONAL Any resemblance to real persons, dead or alive, or other real-life entities, past or present or VIA lightning strikes are purely coincidental. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  17. Part 8: Can or cannot buy? How huh?
  18. Part 7: What you mean this has nothing to do with Feng Shui? "No more ERP, No more auto-lock, No more kidnap!" By then I will be permanently taking the train/bus/taxi!
  19. Part 11: Any good reasons to purchase a unit, here??? 1. What about location, location and location? Why?? 2. Son says: "McDonalds, McDonalds and McDonalds! Please! Buy, buy, buy, here!" 2. Mummy says: "Jurong Point! Buy, buy, buy!" 3. Papa says: "Broke, broke, broke!" B x 3! LOL
  20. Part 7: Is there frequent aircraft/helicopter noise since Fernvale Vines is so close to the Seletar Airport? 1. One consolation is that many parts of Singapore have aircraft fly past. Some clients have feedback from Punggol, Tengah and even East Coast. 2. For now around Paya Lebar area... but when the airbase is moved to Tengah... this is history. 3. Currently in my opinion, most flights to Seletar come from the sea. But recently, Malaysia was making noise about unable to maximise the height of some buildings close to Seletar due to hight restrictions... Hopefully, planes don't start coming inland... that often... 4. Question: So how huh? Your guess is as good as anyone else! 4.1. Check around, the web, friends etc.. any such issues around Sengkang West = Fernvale area? ** Please don't look at me for the answer! ** LOL More.... Five years later after eligible for re-sale: Your agent: "This location very good you know! South of the Aviation Hub! Rolls Royce is just a few kilo metres away! Potential buyer: "But... I work in the city leah! How huh? And nowadays the LRT trains are so packed!" Your agent: "You can always rent out the place!" Potential buyer: "IF so, I don't have anywhere else to stay!!" Your agent: " Okay, NEXT! (this fella is out)"
  21. Part 10: Should I be concerned with a unit's living room wall sharing the same wall as the (emergency) stair-case? 1. In my opinon, many of us have totally no concerns or issues with this. 1.1. In fact, some of us are happy with it. As they have more privacy vs their unit sharing the same wall with another neighbour! 1.2. In addition, stair-cases are built to withstand fire-heat for a specific time plus add to the rigidity to a home "attached to" it! 2. The reason why I brought this up was because last year, a Can or cannot client came to me and request that I eliminate homes like stacks 259 and 281 as she does not want to purchase a unit next to such a stair-case! 2.1. Her rationale was because she is a single mum with three daughters. Her fear (phobia) is that she was afraid of someone hiding in the staircase ... rushing out.. and... you know the rest... LOL.. Really can't blame her as she felt more vulnerable with an all girl's team.
  22. Part 9: Should I be concerned about a row of lifts x 3 along the entire length sharing the same wall as my living room side-wall? 1. Frankly, not many Feng Shui Masters (FSM) or individuals have a keen eye on such details. 2. However, if one starts to recognise this and asks some FSM, conservatively, majority will say that it is no good. Given that there is "moving" metal beside the unit. Often also when one asks any individual; some would automatically say.. "No good!". 3. In theory, a home sharing the same wall as a "shaft" is technically one of the strongest areas in a block. And often, the lift shafts x 3 would be solidly built. A plus in the event of a once in a billion chance of such a building collapsing in a HDB development! 3.1. And furthermore, it is not like each of the three lifts are brushing themselves or rubbing their cages / wires against a wall. If so, what is your concern if one were to purchase either stack/unit #243 or #297? 4. If one is unsure or still confused or suddenly gets cold feet after hearing this point.. then, better stay clear of these two stacks/units, LAH!. Else, if really own such a unit: "GO FORTH.. and BOLDLY announce to the world that you stay in an extra safe unit!" And also proudly hang a sign that says... "THIS UNIT IS SAFE FROM BUNKER BUSTING BOMBS!" LOL!
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  24. Part 7: Should I be concerned with (flow of water) of the Open Drainage Reserve (OPR)? 1. Yes indeed! 2. As an OPR can affect the wealth luck of homes facing it. 3. Thus stacks/units: #68, #70, #82, #84 and #86 should take into consideration this OPR. 4, What if the drainag reserve is covered? If so, no longer need to take this into consideration.
  25. Part 6: Noise from Future Bus Bay 1. As Lorong 3 Geylang is a minor service road, often only very few buses ply this road. Thus in general, does not affect majority of the stacks/units in this development. 2. Nevertheless, those who are thinking of purchasing a low storey unit at stacks #64, #62 and even #80 should take this into consideration in their purchase decision. 2.1. This is because buses are noisest especially when a bus has to stop and then move-off. 2.2. In addition expect more foot-traffic at the Void deck area of stack 64.
  26. Interlude: Please read this before posting a question on Kallang Breeze and on other developments. Learn why some questions will be ignored and not verified / visible in the forum.
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