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- Analysis was done based on available data at the time of publishing of this review.
- As each and every unit has it's own attributes, analysis shown here only represent the majority units in the stacks having the same attribute including sun, wind, view, distance etc.
- These developments consists of 1,571 residential units with commercial component of eating house, minimarket and shops at both Senja Heights and Senja Valley. Senja Ridges is the smallest among all 3 with only 1ha of land size while Senja Heights and Senja Valley are both at 2ha and 3ha each and all sites with plot ratio of 3.0. Senja Heights and Senja Valley will have lower residential units per plot ratio due to commercial components.
- These developments will be the last 4 plots of development within this enclave with the last plot sited next to Senja Ridges and park. This last plot of land is only at 1ha which mean not many units will be built out of this plot. The site itself will be tricky; facing west (hot west sun) to the park which won’t benefit high rise (you won’t get reasonable view towards park when you are more than 10 storey high up), facing east to the temple which many may not prefer, facing north towards KJE which usually will not help in resale value and facing south looking towards Senja Valley while being blocked by higher blocks. MSCP should be sited next to the Chinese temple, therefore placing a potential single block development towards the park as much as possible.
- Being the last few developments at this enclave, these 3 developments may need to endure future impact from the north empty land across KJE which is currently slated as white site which mean no plan for future development yet as attention will be placed towards south west which is where Tengah new town will be. The 2 plots aligning KJE will act as future buffer should land towards north being developed.
- All 3 sites were layout with different building heights to allow porosity towards the south. The cul-de-sac of Senja Close towards Chinese temple will limit vehicle flow into this area, thus reducing noise pollution which most likely will be extensive from KJE. For this enclave, there will be more than enough amenities to go about with local shops, supermarket and even 1 site reserved for hawker centre next to Senja Heights. We will explain more about all these sites in our personalized report currently available for subscription.
- We won’t dwell much into the amenities as you can access all these data from government website apart from all the info given in the HDB site plan and website.
- In terms of pricing comparison, we have in our database record for most units (except rental units if any) for Fajar Hills (2012), Fajar Spring (2011), Segar Meadows (2011), Segar Palmview (2011) and Segar Vale (2011) to give you a better idea of how price on each level should be rather than comparing on average pricing or range bound which doesn’t give an accurate representation and leading to future losses.
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