VILLA AZURA

Address: 1, 3 CHERRY AVENUE
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 10
No. of Units: 53
Estimated TOP: 1999
Developer: BEAUTY WORLD PROPERTIES PTE LTD (FAR EAST ORGANIZATION)

Villa Azura is a low-rise Mediterranean-styled condominium located at Cherry Avenue, off Bukit Timah Road. The development, ideally located within the prestigious District 10 neighbourhood.

Nearby amenities includes good schools, Turf City Mall, King's Albert Park McDonalds, Cold Storage supermarket. It takes about 5 minutes drive to the Orchard shopping belt and 12 minutes drive to the Business District. Public transport are aplenty along Bukit Timah Road.

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FACILITIES AT VILLA AZURA

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • BBQ
  • CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

SIXTH AVENUE MRT STATION
Distance: 0.44 km

KING ALBERT PARK MRT STATION
Distance: 1.16 km

TAN KAH KEE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.78 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

BLUE HOUSE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 0.62 km

HWA CHONG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.1 km

THE SWISS SCHOOL SINGAPORE
Distance: 1.2 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

METHODIST GIRLS' SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
Distance: 1.12 km

RAFFLES GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.49 km

HENRY PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.89 km

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Re: Japanese exchange

adr007:
I would like to join the 2 of you for language exchange if possible. 28/M.

Just returned to Singapore after 1 year in Japan.

I speak English, Chinese and some Japanese.

Re: Question on Clause on lease

BBCWatcher:
Especially now, when it's a tenant's market, if you don't like the lease terms, and if the landlord refuses to negotiate, then simply inform the landlord that you're walking away and why. Their loss, not yours.

If the landlord wants you to bear the cost of a hypothetical future GST increase (from the current rate of zero) then the lease doesn't need 3+ paragraphs of badly written language (at best) to address that point. One concise sentence would do, actually -- something like "Tenant agrees to bear the cost of any future Goods and Services Tax increase levied on the rental payment."

Re: Singapore Citizenship application rejected after two years

BBCWatcher:

Yes I do, and of course it is. You're simply describing the fact that the labor supply is inelastic in the short or even medium term, which describes most labor markets. And oil markets, to pick another example. So what? That just means you have to outbid other employers to get the talent you want. Or not, then don't get the talent.

Does anybody talk about a "shortage" of professional football players, some of whom earn millions of dollars per year, all of whom have spent many years perfecting and refining their talents? I haven't heard such language.

I'm really beyond tired hearing employers claiming "shortages," especially when there's no evidence of fast rising real wages in their sector. Pay market rates (or above market rates) for talent or don't -- it's up to you. With very few exceptions I have little sympathy for employers who aren't willing to pay market rates who then complain about being outbid.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

JR8:
It's more like a really snobby tax-haven to me, with prices to match (and attitude). Like a Lugano or Zurich, just a bit hotter.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

Strong Eagle:


Time to queue up...



Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

JR8:
Maybe it doesn't translate to Asians, I don't know. But in the West living in the likes of an HDB tower-block is what very poor people do.
It's nothing to aspire to, and zero reason to move half way around the world. And I think given the challenges that work on a new continent will bring, it's worth paying for somewhere you'll be happy to get back to at night.
SG is going to be alien enough as it is without shaving costs like that.

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Re: Is it easier to get a job in singapore if you are a permanent resident?

BBCWatcher:
She would not be renewing her PR. She would be renewing her Re-Entry Permit (REP). PR is not renewable, but PR status is terminated if you're caught outside Singapore without a still valid/unexpired Re-Entry Permit.

You don't actually need a REP (or a job for that matter) to avoid losing your PR status, but you must be physically in Singapore "before the music stops" (before your REP expires) and stay only in Singapore if you don't have a new REP.

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

alavaya:
I think rather than spent $3000 on renting a condo better you rent HDB which only cost you 2000-2500 for 2 bedroom. So you can add up your saving.


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Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

calugaruvaxile:


is this the same guy with the "Olympic golden shower"?

Re: Gymnastics for 7yr old kid

brian_singapore:
We're really happy with Prime Gym, a not for profit gymnastics club in Tao Payoh.

Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

sundaymorningstaple:
We are just to the right of the bandstand at the end of the tall tables

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Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

rajagainstthemachine:
We are right of the band near kush a pink neon sign

Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

kaseyma:
They're a bit tall, but I guess you could call them picnic tables.
Am right of the stage.

Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

sundaymorningstaple:
Bigbeard greek fishing cap all black attire

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Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

sundaymorningstaple:
Where are you at the picnictables?

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