Balinese-Style Home in Punggol, Close to Nature

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Balinese-Style Home in Punggol, Close to Nature


Are your eyes set on buying an HDB resale flat in the North-East Region? We have just the perfect property in Punggol for you, ideal for young couples and small-sized families!

The first thing you see when you arrive at the lobby of 310B Punggol Walk is the colour green – and it’s not just the colour of the flat but the estate’s surroundings as a whole. The development was designed by two architecture firms – group8asia and Aedas – to mimic rice terraces.

The developer, Tiong Seng Group, has won multiple awards like the Singapore Landscape Architecture (SLAA) Gold Award under Public Housing Category and Green Mark Platinum Award (for outstanding eco-friendly features).

Living at Waterway Terraces II in Punggol

Better known as Waterway Terraces II, this development is located along Punggol Waterway Park, where you’ll find a stream in your backyard – all you need to do is walk past the lobby. It’s no wonder the lobby level is called the “Environment Deck”.

The park is well-maintained with wooden decks and designated pathways for pedestrians and cyclists. You’ll witness happy faces; from those who are enjoying a jog to parents who are pushing strollers and taking their kids out for a walk.

The block has two lift lobbies one which goes up to the 15th storey and the other to the 18th storey. Let’s explore the three-room (4A) home located on the 16th floor that’s up for sale.

At First Glance

Just as you step into the house, you will be greeted by its cosiness with the accent lighting coming from the track lights above. Playing with neutrals and warm lighting, it sets the mood right for anyone coming home to this place.

The unique, two-tone wooden floorings, beige for the main hall and brown for the lane connecting all rooms, along with dark brown wooden fixtures in the dining area and kitchen come together beautifully. The wooden accents exude a distinct Balinese-style resort vibe.

The living room and dining area

As you enter, you’ll find yourself in the main hall where you will see the dining area first followed by the living room. The unit comes with a semi circle-shaped balcony, where you can spend countless hours winding down and enjoying the scenic view of Punggol peppered with green foliage. This is one of the many reasons why this place is loved by the homeowner.

The kitchen and laundry room

This unit uses mostly ambient lighting, specifically cove lighting where lights are fitted into a ledge along with the ceiling. There is a huge hanging lamp above the dining table. If you take a right turn after you enter, you will find the kitchen.

The layout is straightforward; a pair of quartz countertops opposite each other – one where the sink and stove are and the other can be used for all kinds of purposes – it can even be your pantry. At the end of the kitchen is the laundry area, big enough to fit a washer and dryer.

The bedrooms

Each bedroom comes equipped with a built-in wooden wardrobe with sliding doors – the largest one is found in the master bedroom attached to a built-in bed. The first bedroom is transformed into a wardrobe room while the second room is the children’s bedroom. Both rooms are almost the same size with identical windows.

Opposite both rooms is where the store (otherwise known as the bomb shelter) and the shared bathroom is.

The bathrooms

Both bathrooms have wet and dry areas – this is always a plus point because nothing feels better than a dry bathroom. They follow the same style: black tiles, cosy lighting, dark wooden cabinets below, mirrored cabinets above and white sanitary fittings.

Good news for those who love to soak as the master bedroom bathroom comes with a bathtub (bet you’re thinking of all the bath bombs and essential oils to stock up on!). Picture spending tranquil evenings in a bubble-filled tub with a book in one hand and a glass of wine on the other.

This home is perfect for families and those who appreciate a serene environment. Being newly renovated only a year ago, the stylish interior is in pristine condition and decked with fittings such as an air conditioning system, digital door lock, an oven, etc – it’s definitely a home worth considering.

Aesthetics aside, it is also strategically located and easily accessible. Punggol MRT Station, Punggol Bus Interchange, and Waterway Point is a short 10-minute walk away. There are several schools and recreational spots nearby such as Punggol Sports Hub, Punggol Settlement, and more.

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