Marymount Condo | New Shunfu Condo
Upcoming new launch condo @ Shunfu Road will soon be released for sale in the second half of 2017. The new Shunfu Condo is less than 200m away from Marymount MRT station, this large scale residential development occupies a land size of up to 408,927 sq ft site and will comprise of about 1100 condominium units. Shunfu Condo will be offering a broad selection of unit mix ranging from one bedroom to five bedrooms and terrace homes.
The underground Marymount MRT station (Circle Line) is located just a stone’s throw away, while the future Upper Thomson MRT station which runs in the Thomson-East Coast MRT line is also merely 650m away. Residents of the upcoming Shunfu Condo will enjoy ultimate access to all parts of Singapore through the Circle Line and Thomson-East Coast line.
Shopping and daily amenities are also available at nearby shopping malls such as Bishan Junction 8 Shopping mall and Thomson plaza. With long stretch of famous eateries and cafes forming along Upper Thomson Road, the quiet Thomson enclave is one of the favourite food districts among Singaporeans. Renowned schools such as Catholic High, Raffles Institution and Ai Tong Primary School are all within 2 km distance away.
Some brief history of the New Shunfu Condo
This upcoming new launch condo was previously a HUDC (Housing and Urban Development Company) named Shunfu Ville and was privatised in 2013. The old Shun Ville consisted of 6 blocks of 358 apartments, three of the blocks were 16 level high while the other half was low rise and comprised solely of maisonettes apartments. Shunfu Ville was sold to Qing Jian Realty under the Collective Sales exercise on 19 May 2016. The old privatised housing estate which is near to Bishan and Thomson was sold for $638 million.
Marymount Condo | New Shunfu Condo – Location Map
Marymount Condo | New Shunfu Condo – Floorplans
Marymount Condo | New Shunfu Condo – Guide Price
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