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Feng Shui of Sol Acres EC

1. In some instances, the site plan's north marking may not to correct.

2. Best to use an additional source such as those of the streetdirector map to do an additional check.

3. I am satisfied that both the Sol Acres EC site plan and the streetdirectory shows the squarish-rectangular plot of land to have a 25 degrees to 205 degrees orientation.

4. Based on Flying Star Feng Shui; majority of the Block/stack/unit are oriented Flying Stars NE1 (25 degrees) and SW1 (205 degrees).




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Feng Shui of Sol Acres EC & a petrol station

1. Please refer to an overview of the site.

1.1. Attachment shows a larger site with HDB Keat Hong Mirage, a petrol station, a field and the current site of Sol Acres EC.

1.2. Playing it safe - minimizing the effects ofthe downwind from petroleum fumes(if any) fromthe petrol station, a plot away from Sol Acres:

1.3 Although the petrol station is a distance away;

1.4 Frankly, take extra care and if possible avoid booking
low floors at stacks such as #56 & #57. And might not want to consider stacks at Block 6. In case of down-wind petroleum fumes (if any) from the petrol station.


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On 7/20/2015 10:54:18 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Sol Acres EC1. In
some instances, the site
plan's north marking may not
to correct.2. Best to use an
additional source such as
those of the streetdirector
map to do an additional
check.3. I am satisfied that
both the Sol Acres EC site
plan and the streetdirectory
shows the squarish-rectangular
plot of land to have a 25
degrees to 205 degrees
orientation.4. Based on Flying
Star Feng Shui; majority of
the Block/stack/unit are
oriented Flying Stars NE1 (25
degrees) and SW1 (205
degrees).



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Feng Shui of Sol Acres EC

1. Under Flying Stars Feng Shui:-

1.1. SW facing homes have the following Flying Star numbers:-

Mountain Star #5 with Auspicious Water Star #8

Base star is 5

1.2. From now to 2023, SW is also the indirect "water wealth" direction. Thus ideally, it is best to have the frontage (such as standing inside the unit facing outwards) facing a pool of water.

1.3 For example, stacks 18, 19, 23, 24 and 24 meets the above consideration.

1.3.1 The only draw-back is that some may not like a SW facing unit as the frontage can be hot as it gets the indirect afternoon sun.

1.3.2 This is especially so, if one has children occupying bedrooms at the frontage; and if where are at home e.g. morning school but comes home in the afternoon; then their bedroom may be bathe by afternoon sun.

1.3.3 It may not be a concern for an adult as usually the adult goes to work; and comes home in the evening.

1.3. If one cannot face real water such as a pool of water, then the next best is "virtual water" or clear space. For most stacks/units in this development, this is happening.

2. How about NE1 facing stacks/units?

2.1 The Flying stars for a NE1 facing :-

Mountain star is #2 and Water star is again the auspicious water star #8.

2.2 Thus, similarly it would be great if a NE1 facing stack/unit also faces a water position (first choice). And virtual water - second choice.

3. For afternoon sun "haters"; one could therefore, try to go for NE1 facing units like stacks 16, 17, 26, 27 etc... And these stacks/units are not affected by afternoon sun. Morning sun is a non-issue.

4. In addition, both Period 8 NE1 and SW1 facing are also auspicious because these are "sum-of-ten" homes. Because of this; it would be an additional bonus if the unit is rectangular or squarish with minimal protrusions or indents or missing corners if any.

4.1. Another bonus is if there are open spaces as possible. If not, it is good to "air" the home or make the home airy; by often opening the windows to allow good qi to circulate all round the home vs always keeping the windows shut 24/7.

5. Although there are only two facing directions: NE and SW facing; such homes can still benefit those who are East group breadwinners as NE1 and SW1 facing in general; are favourable.


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On 7/20/2015 11:16:36 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Sol Acres EC & a petrol
station1. Please refer to an overview of
the site.1.1. Attachment shows a larger
site with HDB Keat Hong Mirage, a petrol
station, a field and the current site of
Sol Acres EC.1.2. Playing it safe
- minimizing the effects ofthe
downwind from petroleum fumes(if
any) fromthe petrol station, a
plot away from Sol Acres:1.3
Although the petrol station is a
distance away; 1.4 Frankly, take extra
care and if possible avoid bookinglow
floors at stacks such as #56 & #57.
And might not want to consider stacks at
Block 6. In case of down-wind petroleum
fumes (if any) from the petrol
station.On 7/20/2015 10:54:18 AM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
Feng Shui of Sol Acres
EC1. In
some instances, the
site
plan's north marking may
not
to correct.2. Best to use
an
additional source such as
those
of the streetdirector
map to do an
additional
check.3. I am satisfied
that
both the Sol Acres EC
site
plan and the
streetdirectory
shows the
squarish-rectangular
plot of land to
have a 25
degrees to 205
degrees
orientation.4. Based on
Flying
Star Feng Shui; majority
of
the Block/stack/unit
are
oriented Flying Stars NE1
(25
degrees) and SW1
(205
degrees).



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These are some considerations:

1. There are no specific guidelines.

2. In general, in my opinion, it is best to be at least 6 storeys high or more.

3. Hopefully, especially the underground tanks don't "vent-off" petrol or "leak out" the vapours.

4. It also depends on wind direction (wind blowing... )...


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On 7/22/2016 9:27:55 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,Any issues for
choosing high floor in stack
14? How high is considered ok?



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So sorry, as there are already too many requests on this subject.

And these questions are too personalized to an individual.


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This photo is from The Terrace at Punggol which recently T.O.P.

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Just imagine, one cannot open the panels in the centre or mid-point. And in many cases, on either side where the entry/exit is; one may either have the bulky sofa or the TV console.

Isn't it much harder to access in and out of the unit view these two panels.

And especially heavy downpour and windy conditions, it would be fool-hardy to open the sliding panels on either side for ventilation...

I have seen many units in Sol Acres also share this similar three panel balcony sliding doors...597d2e062b64f_SolacresD13panelbalconyslidingdoors.thumb.png.9fa2449cfe4f424fcbba8d243bd38d27.png

 

If sofa and TV consoles are bulky is too close to the openings... can hinder the opening and closing of the door panels on either side .... 

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An added bonus if the PES of Sol Acres units have these:-

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Recent visit to Palm Gardens.

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Sol Acres can be seen from a distance from The newly opened Keat Hong Mirage shops.

Includes a McDonald's...

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HDB Keat Hong Mirage.. 

Whenever I enter a HDB lift.. I always check the brand... as I really don’t like entering one with this infamous name: Sigma..

Last Saturday..no choice entered into such a lift at the above estate.

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A time-travel to the past... vacant land.

The petrol station started operations around 2005..

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Year 1975:-A7EC533C-4548-4789-8959-98A165F39678.png

HDB flats sprang up in the 1990’s:-05D4A1F8-E2D9-453E-B626-9BE6007B8271.thumb.png.1361de68da59c3a5625991411d07965b.png


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Congratulations! On the key collection to your new home!

There was an earlier Group buy for your new estate. 37445972-3706-4349-9694-5696CC5C170A.jpeg

Please contact Cecil Lee on this.


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Just TOP.

In this block, good that the Central rubbish bin is beside a lift. And not directly facing any unit or beside one.

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This bin faces a riser. Not a main door of one unit.

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For other blocks, one could find The Central rubbish bin next to the passageway leading to a unit’s main door. Can even call this: The main door is literally next to a rubbish chute.


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These trees are the correct trees for ground floor units. 

As these trees are literally Low maintenance trees. 

And their leaves seldom falls off. 

Occasionally these trees fruit. Hope no naughty children take a bite out of it..

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These are identical Low maintenance  trees found in another condo. The trees are 2 1/2 years old:-

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They are cheaper than external blinds or zip tracks.


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