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Is this house consider located at T Junction and bad feng shui

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HI Master Cecil, seeking your advise here as I am thinking whether to purchase this house and the address is: 185 Springside Avenue. It is infront of a T junction estate road. Below is the image taken from google map. 

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Case Study: Always look at the traffic movement in the native country and it’s flow towards the house (if any) by a once in a million runaway vehicle.

Alternatively, under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui; a house at a T-junction is influenced by bad Qi - as the frontage is being “exposed” by an opening and the disturbance of vehicles “turbulence” passing around the home’s frontage.

Traffic movement in a Right-Hand drive country like Singapore (part of the British Commonwealth):-

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Yes, the house No. 185 Springside Avenue is considered in-front of a T-junction:

1. Even if Springside Crescent heading towards Springside Avenue is a curve, imagine a run-away vehicle be it a car, truck etc.. follows the red path, (touch-wood) could plough towards the front wall of 185 Springside Avenue. 

2. How about if this is in the US, China or Korea? (Left-hand drive)1957992758_LEFTHANDDRIVECOUNTRY.png.cf3f3ef2900570ab67f4c17aa148bedd.png

2.1. If the drive is on a Left-hand drive country, it could be much worse. If so, the "impact" is at the main gate area. Given that an impact at the main gate (with mesh opening) is more vulnerable than slamming into a solid brick-wall.

3. Either way, (unfortunately) no running away that this house is truly at a T-junction. A consolation is that it is far better that we are in a Right-hand drive country for this house!

4. ToD171A91A-A733-4A2C-BF58-62DD8E487F4C.jpeg.4eba8344c40336a8ee8b299671d4ef44.jpego bad, this saying still applies: "A miss is as good as a mile!". Too-bad!

 


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Thank you so much Master Cecil, greatly appreciate for the advise😀

Alternatively, there are two other houses in the same estate as per the attached google map image(Unit 113 & 195). Are both  of them consider "curve road sha" and worse for unit 195 because it looks a triangle shape land? Thanks in advanceSpring2.thumb.png.964c7d0460c29c6fb24e220ef0bdd5f7.png

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19 hours ago, Robbie said:

Thank you so much Master Cecil, greatly appreciate for the advise😀

Alternatively, there are two other houses in the same estate as per the attached google map image(Unit 113 & 195). Are both  of them consider "curve road sha" and worse for unit 195 because it looks a triangle shape land? Thanks in advanceSpring2.thumb.png.964c7d0460c29c6fb24e220ef0bdd5f7.png

why.thumb.gif.4f01c8231f6ca2a54d268d1ed5db01a0.gif1. Seriously, (no offence)  if one is only able to just look at homes with stigma(s) attached to it.. then... time to let go.

1.1 For example, why go for homes at T-junction, odd plots of land .... Where the architect has no choice but to fit a home in - for the developer?

2. Even if one is just wanting to learn a bit more about such homes; (majority of the time) common sense says that these homes should be a last resort.

2.1. If one can afford to buy a terrace house... these homes are also not necessarily cheaper than an ordinary one. Therefore if possible  try to look elsewhere...

3. One thing is the irregular plot. What is more important is that of Shapes and Forms Feng Shui and the FLOW OF QI.

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3.1. [Above] Simply, wind flow of wind when it encounters such a odd plot will affect the health and wealth of the family members staying there.

879802190_evenourcatagree.png.edfbdbee456d1bcc3e471ed4227e9d1e.png3.2. Thus depending on wind conditions, roughly too strong a flow/uneven flow/bottle-necks (Red zone) can affect 3.1. More of this as the main consideration. While irregular plot is but a sub-set of this issue. 

4. Furthermore, in Singapore, terrace homes or rather landed properties especially terrace homes (other than corner units) are small. The smaller and tightly packed demands to look closely into the Shapes and Forms the site, the plot etc...

5. Okay, okay. I get it. You just wanted to understand more....that's all. LOL

 


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In addition, if because of the irregular plot of land, the interior layout cannot be as rectangular a shape.. then... roughly.. below is a concern..

 


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1. Many Feng Shui Masters are simply a Feng Shui store in disguise. Often they call their store Lifestyle services.
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6. Ask: "Must I buy from You?"

7. When the buying Stops, the selling Can!


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