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Cecil Lee

Park Colonial @ Woodleigh Lane by CEL Development Pte Ltd (A subsidiary of Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd)

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Part 1: Park Colonial Sales Brochure resources:

Launch date: 23 June 2018

As the theme suggests, it is based on past hertitage but emphasis is grandeur or luxury. 

Expected T.O.P. is 2021. Under Flying Stars Period 8. 

Leasehold 99 years.

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No surprises: Standard uniform layout of blocks:

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Chip Eng Seng (CES) was founded in 1960 and listed in SGX. 

In the 1st half of 2019, CES will also be launching another housing project in Changi.

Besides CES, this development actually has two  more partners: Heeton Holdings & KSH Holdings


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Part 2: Park Colonial sits on what used to be a hospital funded by the American Mission of the Seventh-Day Adventist .

1. The hospital then was called Youngberg Memorial (Adventist) Hospital. as it was named after Paster G.B. Youngberg an Adventist missionary.

2. Some Singaporeans were born in this hospital till the 1990’s. In fact two of my cousins were born in this hospital in the 1970’s.

3. Until recently, it was taken over by the Salvation Army.

4. The building has a Colonial heritage. This could be the reason it was called Park Colonial.

5. The well laid out Bidadari cemetery can be seen well laid out in grids to the right of the map:

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Part 3 - Reading between the lines of the Sales Brochure of Park Colonial

1. One major consideration is: "Where is the external common central rubbish bin(s) on each storey?"

2. For Park Colonial, the developer does not show the location of the external central rubbish bin(s).

3. Before signing the dotted line.. do check with the Sales Agent. In many recent past developments like the Hillion at Bukit Panjang and even 100 Palm Residences, many "wise" potential buyers have successfully requested and viewed the exact location of the common central corridor.

4. Don't want to get an unexpected surprise to find the central rubbish bin beside one's main door! Or possible not facing the main door. Both in terms of Feng Shui and may affect future resale value or even resale potential (if any)...

5. There are more considerations like the location of the central rubbish bin collection point(s) the electrical sub-station(s) and even emergency diesel generations etc....

6. I have complied a useful set of key considerations.. they are not exhaustive but rather.. is good to know...

7. Thus you have the right to ask your Agent to get a copy of the corridor layout for you.


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Part 4 - A close look at Sale Brochure Site plan features and functional areas in the development:-

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1. Some other developments are more upfront with facilities that are compulsory but deter buyers.

1.1 For example in Riverfront Residences site plan; the developer clearly have a heading: Ancillary areas where the location of the Bin Centre, Substation and Emergency Backup Generator Set (EBGS) are indicated on the site plan.

1.2 For smaller developments some do not have the EBGS. But what about the location of the Bin Centre and Substation? Please take note of the location and it's relation to your potential purchase (if any).

1.3. A unit close-by to a Bin Centre is a no-no. Even overlooking or have a view of the Bin Centre is the last thing one should consider.

1.4. Although there is no concrete evidence of the effects of living close to a substation; however, there is a strong stigma attached by many that it is inauspicious to live next to or close to a substation. Since this is the case, why  give yourself the unnecessary concern. It may also affect the subsequent resale value of the unit.

1.4 This is a huge piece of equipment. (Around the size of one or more container trucks depending on how many are needed for a development).  Often, it is placed at a distance away from the blocks. Rarely used. But they do test this equipment once in a while. But most likely in smaller developments may not have this.

2. Are you addicted to BBQ smell. Or love the aroma of BBQ or cooking smells. If so, it is a happy marriage. But many prefer not to have a unit close-by to this. As the smell can last quite long especially the winds blow into one's unit. 

2.1. For privacy issues, many would prefer to not purchase a unit facing or beside a BBQ , Cooking or Dining pavilion. Here, invited guests or activities may disturb our privacy. And such pavilions may be a magnet for ants etc...

3.  Kids water play, kids playhouse:

3.1. Some want a quiet weekend and on public holidays. If you are the kind who likes serenity; then best to stay clear of units facing and even up to 8th storey high near to such places of activities.

3.2 However, if you love such sounds.. go ahead.. make your day.. not mine...

3.3 Clearly kids pool not indicated... 

4. Others like waterfall lounge ... some like the sounds of a waterfall.. some don't..

5. No mention of where are the changing rooms etc.. Changing rooms are usually located near the the club-house and multi-purpose room. Larger developments may have a few of these strategically located.

6. From past experience, often the last to be sold are units facing the afternoon sun and facing directly the guard room.

7. Is the rubbish bin centre and bin collection point at basement or close-by to Upper Serangoon Road side? Alternatively closer to the location with "Woodleigh Lane" highlighted below?

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Part 5 = What do you see here?

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Oops! 

 

Hey! What's this doing here? 

 

 

Dono?

 

Here goes...

I see "A skinny ELF with crooked toe + hairy legs wearing a green shoe"

 


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Part 6 - Wealth luck of Male breadwinner and overall luck of the family may be affected if kitchen especially STOVE is at NW sector

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1. The above says it all! 

2. The term in Feng Shui is called "Fire @ Heaven's Gate".

3. A South facing home (Standing inside the living room facing out) in many unit layout often either have the kitchen at the NW or NE depending on whether the layout has been mirrored or not.

4. Frankly, this is just a quick eye-ball scan. Best to get hold of the layout and actually plot the compass markings and determine where NW actually lies in the layout that you are seriously considering. 

4.1. In this sample: please note that I am simply giving an illustration only.

4.2 As the stack/unit in question may instead have it's kitchen closer to North. But looking at this development; there will certainly be some stacks affected by kitchen at NW sector. 


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