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Main door & Balcony facing cross junction

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Dear Master Lee,

We are looking to purchase a condo which our family members all really like. However it had a facing of cross junction which we had our reserve.

The unit is on level 12 and a lifted ground. Distance from the unit to junction is approximately 20-30m

Could you kindly advise?

Thanks in advance.

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In my opinion, there will always be a difference of opinion with regards to a unit facing a "junction".

In general, it has more to do with common sense: this is because of THREE (3)  things:
1. More likely to have traffic accidents at a junction.

1.1. Thus, it is not ideal to live at the ground level or close to ground level of traffic junctions. As one will never know if a vehicle can hurdle down into one's lawn or backyard.

1.2. It is because of this that there is most likely a stigma of someone who stays in a home facing a junction. But WAIT! This unit is at 12 storey high.

1.3 There is no way a run amok vehicle could plough into the exact unit. Just maybe the most likely is that it smashes into a support pillar at the ground level? For a condo usually unlikely given that that there is a wide berth or distance between the road/road junction and the interior of the block/stack.

1.4 Till today; if one encounters a conservative geomancer.. and others who spread or parrot-out what they hear under Para 1.1. will also have such a STIGMA attached to it.

1.5 Thus, may affect the future resale value, also.

2. Noise pollution: if one lives at a low floor + if this is a busy junction; then there is the traffic noise. And if it is located near to the MRT tracks.. also expect some noise from it all day long.

3.  MRT/LRT tracks. Units at the same level of MRT/LRT tracks may be affected by it: if the tracks curve towards a unit. Fortunately, at #12, this is not a concern.

Above is purely on Shapes and Forms Feng Shui. There are other considerations under Feng Shui.

 


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Hi Master Lee,

Thank you for your advise. It was much appreciated on your further information on the noise pollution.

I was doubtful on the cross junction facing as well as there are many housing facing the junctions and mostly are advise provided by "older" generation. Your response above gave us affirmation.

Thank you and have a nice day

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