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Cecil Lee

The Tre Ver by UOL formerly Raintree Gardens @ 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, and 76 Potong Pasir Avenue 1

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Part 1: Sales Brochure materials

The Tre Ver a 99-years leashold. Expected date of completion is within Period 8 Feng Shui of year 2022.

The developer seems to use "TRE VER" as a short form for TREes RiVER.  

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There are 3 Tower Blocks of 20 Storey and 2 Blocks of 19 Storey

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There are another category named Garden Blocks consisting of 
4 Blocks of 7 Storey, including 2 storey carpark and 1 basement carpark

The site:

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Part 1: Which site is more auspicious under the Water Feng Shui (Water Classics) - Make a guess? =

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a. Site A (refer to the map above  - consisting of the cluster of HDB Blocks 113 to 120 Potong Pasir) or

b. The Tre Ver site?

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WINNER: "It's HEADS!"

1. Generally under the water classics, water CURVING AWAY from the site is the more auspicious site.

2. Thus HDB estate consisting of blocks 113 to 120 is considered the more auspicious site of the two:

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3. The flow of water in the Kallang River is also major consideration that affects the site with the water course CURVING TOWARDS it.

4. Other factors include how the Block/stacks are laid out in relation to the river + the distance from the river course.

4.1 In this area, the architects have done a reasonable job to keep the majority of blocks/stacks furthest away from the river course. 

4.2. In fact, the developer adopted a layout pretty much similar to that of the former enbloc Raintree Gardens. It's layout can still be seen in the above layout plan. Except that the latest Tre Ver layout looks more like the letter "F" or the profile of an adjustable spanner.

5. Overall score sheet for The Tre Ver:

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Could have scored better under Block Layouts if not for some issues of Blocks 60 & 64 in relation to Blocks 72 and 74.


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Part 2: Sha Qi or Poison arrows aimed towards Blocks 72 and 74: the two stacks highlighed in Yellow:

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Sample illustrations from another condo development showing similar concerns - Sha Qi or Poison Arrows and Block Layouts: If one has the time can read this link on units similar to The Tre Ver's  type of block layout between blocks 64 and 72 and blocks 60 with 74:-

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Click this link below to find out more about the above situation:

 


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Part 3: In the near future homes close to a river are prone to termite infestations. As the soil next to the river is constantly damp...

Developer: "Why huh?"

FS Master: "Can affect luck: human and earth luck!"

Developer: "We will heed your advice and make sure of recommended pest control measures"

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Besides this what else to look out for? Hmm....

 


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