Landed properties for sale in Singapore: Detached homes to die for
In the market for a lavish landed house? We’ve got you covered. Here are our top picks of bungalows to own and love. Plus, the luxury real estate agents to make it happen.
Woodlands landed house: 12,900 sqft estate for $7.74m
Floor area: 9,500 sqft
Say hello to a large landed home on Beechwood Grove with neoclassical architecture. Think columned porticos, overheight ceilings, iron-wrought gates, curved bay windows and an extraordinary master bedroom suite occupying the whole top floor (complete with private breakfast room).
Sentosa Cove bungalow: 10,180 sqft landed home for $19.8m
Floor area: 10,800 sqft
An architectural masterpiece, this sprawling bungalow on Lakeshore View in Sentosa is a stunner. It’s got it all – think 4.5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, private pool, entertainment-only basement and a light-filled attic! It also comes with a rare frontage onto the Sentosa’s Serapong golf course and lake.
Upper Thomson detached house: 7,868 sqft landed home for $8m
Floor area: 7,000 sqft
This freehold home on Springleaf Avenue is all about luxe, modern living. Spread across three floors, this detached house offers 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, large formal entertaining areas, informal family lounge, covered terrace – as well as a manicured garden.
Woodlands mansion: 8,400 sqft landed home for $5.04m
Floor area: 7,400 sqft
A grand estate on Oakwood Grove, this three-storey home has 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and a private pool. The formal living spaces include double-height ceiling, Juliet balcony as well as a full dining room. The grand staircase leads upstairs to a fabulous master as well as other ensuite bedrooms.
Novena terrace: 2,731 sqft dual-strata conversion for $11m
Floor area: 8,626 sqft
This stunning architectural build in the heart of Novena comprises two adjoining terraces that have been reconceived as a single multi-generational home. Set over six levels, it is currently laid out as seven self-contained suites, as well as a full-floor lobby and two floors of offices.
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