Lentor Hills Residences condominium residents will have access to a variety of recreational facilities
With a wealth of amenities within the property, Lentor Hills Residences is the epitome of smart and luxurious living. Residents will be taking advantage of the wide variety of amenities available to residents including retail, leisure and recreational facilities and the opportunity to work close to the home of their choice.
The property is located in Lentor Hills Estate Lentor Hills Residences has numerous eateries and shopping options.Residents can choose from a range of dining options, such as local favorites that are available at Ang Mo Kio 628 Market, Casuarina Road, Springleaf or cafes and bakeries like Baker's Brew, Knockhouse Cafe, Columbus Coffee Co. Shopping for groceries is easy too and supermarkets such as Giant Express, Giant Super and Sheng Siong available in the area.
Lentor Hills Residences is about one minute from the town center and will meet your shopping needs. Plaza Singapura, ION Orchard, Orchard Central, 313@Somerset, and Bugisand are among the popular malls. The region is also adjacent to Lentor Modern's integrated shopping center Djitsun center, Thomson Plaza, and The Seletar Mall, which is about a 10-minute drive away.
Parents with school-going children, schools with a reputation for providing excellent education like Mayflower Primary School Anderson Primary School, CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' Primary School, Ang Mo Kio Primary School, Presbyterian High School, Mayflower Secondary School, Nanyang Polytechnic and Anderson Serangoon Junior College, are all in the vicinity of Lentor Hills Residences.
Residents can also enjoy themselves in the nearby recreation amenities. Make a quick trip into Lower Peirce Reservoiror Macritchie Reservoir for an evening stroll or stroll through Singapore's rustic attractions such as Coney Island and Pulau Ubinwhich is only a short distance away.
With so many things to provide, Lentor Hills Residences is one of the properties which is difficult to overlook in the coming list of condo launches.
Lentor Hills is a new development that is located in the middle district 26. It is located on the site which is surrounded by numerous parks and reservoirs within the area. Lentor Hills Residences comprise 598 units with layouts ranging from one to four bedrooms and Double Key homes. Residents can take advantage of the lush vegetation within and around the development and enjoy unobstructed views of natural parks or low-rise homes within the vicinity.
Lentor Hills Residences is within walking distance from Lentor MRT station on the Thomson-East Coast Line ("TEL"). The entrance of the MRT station at Lentor building is seamlessly connected to Lentor Modern mall. From the MRT station at Lentor, only a train journey, homeowners are able to access Orchard Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens and The Central Business District ("CBD"), Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay and the East Coast. Other employment centers, including The Woodlands Regional Centre, can be accessed via MRT on the TEL. Additionally, with a number of interchange stations located on the TEL as of now and the possibility of more in the future Lentor Hills residents can transfer to any of the other MRT lines and get across the entirety on the island.
Enjoy Nature's beauty and take pleasure in relaxing activities with the Lentor Hills Residences
Lentor Hills Residences condominium is close to a variety of green spaces. In addition to the lush greenery of the vast site which covers 184,461 sqft. Lentor Hills Residences is set in an unspoiled location that offers numerous trails for cycling and hiking. Residents will be treated to various recreational facilities and activities like lakes and nature trails.
Nature Parks and Education Institutions
Nature enthusiasts and families alike are able to enjoy the lush greenery of the close Hillock as well as Linear Parks in the future. You can exercise or unwind in parks around the area including Lower Peirce Reservoir Park, Upper Peirce Reservoir Park, Thomson Nature Park, Bishan the Ang Mo Kio Park Lower Seletar Reservoir Park and Upper Seletar Reservoir Park. Lentor Modern is in close proximity to a number of reputable institutions which include Anderson Primary School, Ang Mo Kio Primary School, CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School (Primary and 5 Secondary), Mayflower Primary School, Anderson Secondary School, Presbyterian High School, Anderson Serangoon Junior College and Nanyang Polytechnic.
The parks which are just steps to the Lentor Hills residences includes The Hillock Park & Linear Park Connector. Upper Seletar Reservoir Park, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park and Lower Peirce Reservoir and Thomson Nature Park is just a 5 to 4 minutes drive within Lentor Hills Residences.
There are many neighborhood parks, like Bishan-Ang mo Kio Park which runs along the boundary that separates Bishan as well as Ang Mo Kio. It is among the biggest parks in Singapore that has cafés, playgrounds and eateries, a meandering river, plenty of outdoor space and even a dog-run!
In addition to living near parks that connect to the green spaces that surround the development Residents in the Lentor Hills residences will also be connected by an enclosed linkway connecting to Lentor Modern, a mixed-used integrated development which houses an open-air community plaza that is designed to provide an impression of welcome and greeting at Lentor Estate.
Lentor Modern is connected to Lentor MRT Station in the east-facing corner of the site without difficulty. Lentor Hills Residences is a 3-minute stroll to the Lentor MRT Station that is located along Thomson's East Coast Line.
Just a short drive away to Lentor Hills Residences, visitors are able to explore the rich background of Singapore because the location of a defunct 1930s Hainanese village is in Thomson Nature Park, and constitute an integral part of the park's preservation site.
The park also features an area of buffering that covers 50 hectares and preserves its natural resources like ponds and trees. There are numerous trails within Thomson Nature Park, including the Ferns Trail, Figs Trail and the Buffer Thomson Trail. Each trail explores distinct aspects of nature, or heritage of culture, providing visitors a unique opportunity for enjoying the beauty of nature.
Thomson Nature Park is an ideal spot for people looking to discover Singapore's natural heritage within peaceful surroundings.
The park is situated along Thomson Road, and joins other parks in the vicinity, such as Springleaf Nature Park and Windsor Nature Park to enhance its buffer zones of Central Catchment Nature Reserve.
In addition, this reserve also has a large assortment of rambutan plantations, as well as other fauna and flora of the natural world that make it a perfect location for those who want to explore Singapore's natural reserve in all their splendor.
The park's exploring area is comprised of four trails of scenic nature that take guests to a trip through the park's history. The paths within the park are suitable for nature lovers and hikers alike, with its piece of resistance - the lush vegetation that breathes life into an old road system and a few abandoned wells. The exotic animals aren't unheard of in this area of Singapore and visitors can also go on a rafting trip through the lush forest.
In the end, Thomson Nature Park spans approximately 8km, which makes it ideal for short hikes and longer hikes.
The main entrance to the park is in Thomson Road, near Nemesu Ave. Visitors can also view the park's entrance via Old Upper Thomson Road. Once inside, visitors are able to walk along the trail that is 650m long Rambutan Trail and the Langur Trail and Langur Trail, both with stunning views of Singapore's rural landscape.
Thomson Nature Park Singapore Thomson Nature Park Singapore is the perfect place to go and explore nature's beauty in Singapore. It also features an Ferns Trail, where visitors can get a look at the squirrels in the plantain and other fascinating trees. There is just one stream along this entire path, however it has a number of branches that flow towards Thomson Road.
The park also offers three places for primates like macaques with long tails, which visitors can view from a distance. One of the most well-known trails within this park is called the Fig Tree Trail, which gives visitors an incredible views of the old the upper Thomson Road and its surrounding surroundings. This trail offers the visitors with numerous opportunities to view wildlife close-up and personal and breathtaking landscapes that show nature at its most beautiful shapes.