THE LEVELZ

Address: 38 FARRER ROAD
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 10
No. of Units: 126
Estimated TOP: 2004
Developer: CAPITALAND RESIDENTIAL

The Levelz possesses a style of living designed for those of you who know what you are looking for. Built on an incline, the Levelz is designed with clean structural lines nestled against the lush foliage. Combining stunning aesthetics with serene living space, the Levelz brings you a sophisticated haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.

Built to provide a holistic selection of facilities that will enhance the lifestyle of the modern cosmopolitan - for leisure, fitness, relaxation and contemplation. Tucked among lush greenery is the cosy reading room, promising a new level of focus. The perfect place to take a good book and let your mind unwind.

To further enhance the quiet lifestyle, the Levelz provides you a new feature, usually found only in spa resorts, now just a step away. Enjoy peace and solitude on the “Treehouse” platform, and let the breeze bring you to another world.

Put your fitness prowess to the test with a vigorous workout in the lap pool, designed to bring out the athletic side of you. Dip in the hydro-massage pool take away the tension, or the hot and cold spa for blood circulation.

Each unit benefits from the ceiling views that give you a sense of space. The unobstructed full height windows in the living area, master bedroom and master bathroom connects you to the outdoors and greenery, blending nature and home to create your ideal living haven.

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FACILITIES AT THE LEVELZ

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • READING ROOM
  • PUTTING GREEN
  • TENNIS
  • FITNESS STATION
  • FUNCTION ROOM
  • GYM
  • BBQ
  • COVERED CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

FARRER ROAD MRT STATION
Distance: 0.51 km

HOLLAND VILLAGE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.04 km

TAN KAH KEE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.34 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

HWA CHONG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.44 km

MELBOURNE SPECIALIST INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.6 km

AVONDALE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Distance: 2.11 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

NANYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.87 km

NEW TOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

RAFFLES GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.79 km

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Working remotely from Singapore

Marseb:
Dear all

My wife and I are moving to Singapore within this year as I have been relocated by my company. we are currently living in Chile where my wife has been working as a representative for a Canadian company meaning that her salary was paid to Chile and she paid tax etc here. in Chile.
My questions is then, if my wife can keep doing this from Singapore. Working there for the Canadian company, receive salary and pay taxes? the idea is that she will just work from home and since she doesnt generate any profit there will be no need for company bank etc. in Singapore. I hope some of you have some experience you would like to share with me.

Brgds,
Sebastian

Re: Tenancy agreements/leases and your rights as a tenant

hellokitty007:
Hi Guys, I'm an American expat working in Singapore. I signed a 2 year personal lease and need to break it 10 months in due to a new opportunity back in the States. The diplomatic clause in my contract can only be exercised 14 months in (i.e. 12 months in with 2 months' notice). I found tenants for my landlord at a slightly higher rent that what I'm paying but he refused because he said that he wants a significantly higher rent if he is to accommodate me and that I'm in no position to negotiate terms. Also, I offered to forfeit my deposit and he has still refused. It's already been 2 months since I made him aware of my situation and he's not being reasonable at all and turning down tenants that I'm finding for him. Now he's proposed that I vacate the unit at the 10 month mark but continue to pay him up to 12 months + his agent's listing fees + get the unit painted + return of agents commissions. I'm honestly tired of all this and considering flying back without settling this. I intent to get the unit professionally cleaned and leave it in excellent condition as well as forfeit my deposit. In terms of repercussions, what is the worst that the LL can do? Will this mean that I can never return to / transit through Singapore? Objective advice would be appreciated. Thanks.


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It's very unlikely he can do anything. Nothing. In theory he can mount a claim for damages (loss of income) via the Hague Convention but is costly, difficult and untested. If you have records of the high paying tenants offers etc I would keep them on hand along with any written documentation that you have attempted to assist in finding a replacement. I'd personally just leave. It's bad practice but your LL is an ass for not accepting your replacements. He will struggle to do the same again and is being unrealistic.

I am not a lawyer and this advice, while well intended and based on personal experience, is just that - a personal opinion only.

Thank you for the advice. Noted that it's your personal opinion.

My contract does not require me to paint the unit.

My contract also does not require me to cover the agent's listing fees.

The diplomatic clause requires that prorated agents commission is returned, so I am willing to refund that.

Regarding the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, even though the US has signed it, it has not yet ratified it.

I'm going to give it one last push to try and negotiate this with the landlord, otherwise it is what it is.


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Looking for married friends around Marine Parade

casadefrangipani:
Hello,

My family and I recently moved to Marine Parade area, so we don't know many people in the area. I'm particularly looking for female married friends to meet up with during the day (husband is at work, and daughter is at school). I've lived in Singapore for a while, and I lived in Japan for several years too.

I have a 5-year-old daughter, so new friends with kids are especially welcomed!

Hope to hear from you!

Looking for married friends around Marine Parade

casadefrangipani:
Hello,

My family and I recently moved to Marine Parade area, so we don't know many people in the area. I'm particularly looking for female married friends to meet up with during the day (husband is at work, and daughter is at school). I've lived in Singapore for a while, and I lived in Japan for several years too.

I have a 5-year-old daughter, so new friends with kids are especially welcomed!

Hope to hear from you!

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

JR8:


So the EU that export more to the UK than the UK exports to them are going to shoot themselves in the foot and impose tariffs? You really believe BMW, Mercedes et al are going to agree to that? Sheesh, funny old world eh.

Mandarin speaking lessons and chinese written lesson

Rocsonsun:
Hi all
I was born in taiwan but was migrated to singapore when i am grown up.
I have been staying here in singapore many years. Because of the environment i have, I am well verse in both chinese and english.
I undertsand chinese language is getting more n more popular and become very important in business dealing in the world. It is defintely a must for your kids or yourself to learn some basic chinese.
If you are keen to brush up your mandarin or even get it started, please contact me. I am giving 1 to 1 private tutoring in mandarin speaking as well as chinese writings.
Thank you.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

JR8:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho ... 04191.html
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-camb ... e-36633388
I am not sure if these are some zealots spreading hysteria, it's simply in concern and that's why was quoted. Also, don't get me wrong, I just wanted to support a point I already made earlier - there seems to be a lot of problems with the understanding among the voters what they were actually voting for.

Hate crime of various sorts is nothing new, is it credible to suggest these hate crimes directly result from the BREXIT vote? To be clear I think what you link is dreadful, all right-thinking people will too.
I think the way democracy was cast aside to arrive at the EU as it is today has created a lot of casualties, and a lot of anger that has had no vent. This is as a result of the EUs intransigent, undemocratic, arrogant 'There is NO reverse gear!' policies.

Spain had elections yesterday, I've yet to catch up on how that went. Which are the other countries with rising EXIT sentiment? Netherlands, France, Germany...? There's a couple more too. Seems paradoxical, those three are meant to be at the core driving the EUs ever-growing powers.

Re: PR CHANCES / SUCCESS STORIES 2016

jay1979:
Hey bbcwatcher yes. I will be as I'm planning to only apply next year after 3 tax assessments both for personal and my company tax.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

BBCWatcher:
Ironically, the concern about Turkey is exactly backwards.

1. As a full EU member in good standing (even with all the wonderful derogations), the United Kingdom can (soon could, past tense) veto admission of any new member.

2. In order to maintain access to the common market without tariffs, the (dis)United Kingdom would have to agree to freedom of movement and contributions to the EU budget. That's called the EEA (or something very much like it), as with Norway. But in this Brexit scenario the United Kingdom has lost its veto. Only EU members get a veto. The (dis)United Kingdom would have zero say over whether or not Turkey joins and Turkish immigrants start coming into the United Kingdom.

3. ....Or don't maintain access to the common market.

Well played, England and Wales. :(

Of course there are Leave campaigners who claimed that the United Kingdom can maintain tariff-free access to the common market without freedom of movement and contributions to the EU budget. The chances of that coming to pass are somewhere between No F***king Way and NO F***KING WAY (You Morons). Post-referendum the Leave side is backpedalling furiously on this front (and others).

Re: LTVP for both my Mother and My Mother in Law

BBCWatcher:
Yes, it's helpful if your wife has actual employment income to show. Of course that implies arranging (and paying for) infant care.

Re: Would anyone like to be my friend?

x9200:
I thought about it, but I don't think this one is her.

Re: PR CHANCES / SUCCESS STORIES 2016

BBCWatcher:
Chances not helped by the fact you don't have three Income Tax Notices of Assessment yet.

Re: Would anyone like to be my friend?

PNGMK:
Oh - hang on - is this the girl who was looking for an adoptive father some time back?

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

JR8:


Why would they want sympathy for getting what they've just voted for? Especially from a foreigner. A curious suggestion.
On another forum I post on re: current affairs there is an Aussie who perhaps left the UK for Aus in the 70s. He tends to be something of a single-issue poster and his thing is how the UK has recently 'abandoned' Australia, this despite his own family 'abandoning' the UK long ago.
And here you are PNG berating the Brits for not wishing to remain under Franco-German hegemony; beats me, why do you care?
And if you think the UK should continue accepting economic migrants from far and wide, presumably you are against your own governments policy of controlling immigration? No more deportations to Christmas Island, welcome them all in and give them free housing+free everything? I mean it would be hypocritical to not lead by self-less noble example eh? ;)

Certainly was a rant :) It is a shame the EU has triggered such a rift, but IMO this is just the beginning of something which will continue and become much wider. The EU is like the magician spinning his plates, the UK is the first that *might* fall. But be clear several other big plates are wobbling treacherously too.
But what makes you think any of what you mention is 'free'. It is the UK tax-payer that funds it, it isn't magic'ed from thin air. Citizens mind less about taxation when they feel they're getting fairness and value for money back. But why for example should they be content to fund everything in perpetuity for the boatload of Albanians that washed up in smugglers boats on a Kent beach a few days ago; following the hordes of others and similar who came before them?

Re: Best Way to Send Reasonably Important Documents to Singapore?

Strong Eagle:
Follow up on this thread: After being completely unable to check tracking status of the envelope I mailed, and getting ready to raise hell with USPS, my package arrived Monday morning, Jun 27 at CPF.

This package was mailed on the morning of Jun 4, so it took a mere 23 days in transit for a first class, registered mail A4 size envelope to make it from Houston to Singapore.

Was it transferred with the same dodgy outfit you use to send me airline tickets for Eagles gatherings?

I can only guess that one or two circumstances happened, as a first class letter in the US gets where it is going in about 3 days max.

a) It got stuck in an outbound box at LAX until the box got full and was put on a plane to Singapore.

b) It got stuck in Singapore customs.

c) It got stuck in Singpost's back office where they figure nobody will bitch about slow international mail.

A word to the wise about USPS... $21.16 for 23 days of transit.