Located inside the Blair Plain Conservation Area, the home could be accessed through the approaching Cantonment MRT station across the Circle Line and the Outram Park MRT station across the East-West Line.
It’s sold with vacant possession and is a part of a compact bunch of 2 – and – three-storey shophouses and residential patio homes, designed throughout the late, Transitional, Historical Shophouse and Art Deco Styles.
“Completely refurbished heritage terrace homes in the Cairnhill area are calling for over S$10 million each construction, based upon the property and floor locations. At nearby Blair Road, refurbished legacy homes with a land size of roughly 1,500 sq feet are requesting for S$5.5 million,” explained Mary Sai, Knight Frank Singapore executive manager of funding and investment markets.
“There are those who prefer to get conservation homes in their original state since they may be revived into aesthetically pleasing dream houses, provided that they fall inside URA’s conservation guidelines. Moreover, the Neil Road house is situated just about 500 m from the future Greater Southern Waterfront.”
The EOI workout to your 141 Neil Road home ends on 13 November.