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    What's up with this condo man? It's been so long since they TOP but still not sold out? Even the building exterior is showing signs of age already!

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    Hi,

    Have a 2+study unit at Tessarina for sale.

    1055sqft. Wel-renovated.

    Asking 1250psf.

    reply via this thread if interested.

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    Hi,
    2 + study unit for sale

    1055sqft. Asking 1250psf nego


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    Hi,

    3brm Ground floor unit for sale

    1679sqft. Asking 1150psf neg


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    Hi Realtor,

    In order to value a property with patio on the ground floor, could you elaborate how do you calculate the price please?

    Heard that psf only half for the patio area concerned for calculation, is that true?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi,

    Normally the asking price (in term of psf) is lower than the normal units as ground floor usually come with patio.

    For the calculation of the price, it will not base on separate areas (liveable area and patio) to calculate on.

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    Tessarina 3brm units for rent

    Both available immd. Unblock poolview

    Well-kept condition

    1313sqft - P/furn. Asking 5.8k

    1313sqft - F/furn. Asking 6k

    Call 96337533 for more information

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    General rule of thumb is 1/3 for patio area.
    Quote Originally Posted by lookingforprop
    Hi Realtor,

    In order to value a property with patio on the ground floor, could you elaborate how do you calculate the price please?

    Heard that psf only half for the patio area concerned for calculation, is that true?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Tessarina 3+1 unit on sale

    1313sqft. Best poolview facing with no noon sun!

    Tip Top condition.

    Asking 1220psf neg

    Call 96337533 for viewing appointment if interested.

    Rgds

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    I read that Tessarina basement carpark was flooded in the recent rain......I think many owners would want to sell now, prices of the units become half?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    I read that Tessarina basement carpark was flooded in the recent rain......I think many owners would want to sell now, prices of the units become half?
    Oh ya, no wonder I found the name "Tessarina" so familiar! It appeared on Straits Times Bukit Timah flood news.

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    Don't think the car owners can claim damages for their cars in the car park right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Don't think the car owners can claim damages for their cars in the car park right?
    Now we know D10 isn't that fantastic to stay afterall. Somehow, it just send a reminder to us that this place is a low lying area and flood prone. Even if you stay at top floor, your car is going to be submerged in water unless you have MSCP to keep your car above ground level.

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    Like living in Venice. Maybe the Tessarina should be renamed 'The Sail'

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    Oh yah, no wonder many of those new condos at BT now have multi-storey above ground car parks rather than underground basement car parks. But hor, multi-storey above ground car parks looks cheap-skate lah, like HDB car parks, and also environmentally not so good (not clean as carbon monoxide drift downwards) for residents using ground floor facilities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus72
    Now we know D10 isn't that fantastic to stay afterall. Somehow, it just send a reminder to us that this place is a low lying area and flood prone. Even if you stay at top floor, your car is going to be submerged in water unless you have MSCP to keep your car above ground level.

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    Bt Timah Bay - waterfront living

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    Picture from Straits Time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Don't think the car owners can claim damages for their cars in the car park right?

    this is considered natural disater ..i doubt can claim ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    this is considered natural disater ..i doubt can claim ..
    But isn't the flooding cause by poor design of the drainage and pumps, since its a basement, and the design should take into account such factors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleek
    But isn't the flooding cause by poor design of the drainage and pumps, since its a basement, and the design should take into account such factors?
    but the poor design starts from the outside., the whole canal was overflowing....so claim from govt ???

    thats why the front row houses along dunearn rd has a reserve ..which the govt can take back anytime .. if need to raise the land to prevent water flowing inward

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    but the poor design starts from the outside., the whole canal was overflowing....so claim from govt ???

    thats why the front row houses along dunearn rd has a reserve ..which the govt can take back anytime .. if need to raise the land to prevent water flowing inward
    But did you noticed that the CTE & KPE Tunnels never floods, because the pumps and drainages are designed to take care of the heavy deluge of rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleek
    But did you noticed that the CTE & KPE Tunnels never floods, because the pumps and drainages are designed to take care of the heavy deluge of rain.
    Never say never, the Bukit Timah Canal has been through major works to prevent floods too but you can never stop nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mezo
    Picture from Straits Time.
    Looks like many cars total write off, poor thing, must be millions of dollars of damage, and no where to turn to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Looks like many cars total write off, poor thing, must be millions of dollars of damage, and no where to turn to.
    Wah today's newspaper, ferrari and porche being towed out of the basement carpark! Pain pain pain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Looks like many cars total write off, poor thing, must be millions of dollars of damage, and no where to turn to.
    aiyah, these people have money, no worries for them.....

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    now this place will have more sellers then buyers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    now this place will have more sellers then buyers
    Cars or units?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus72
    Wah today's newspaper, ferrari and porche being towed out of the basement carpark! Pain pain pain!
    Better not buy second hand Ferrari or Porsche for the time being, please post numbers of the cars, I believe one Ferrari was registered as 1717.

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    pay good money for the condo, park your ferrari there and have it damaged by floods.

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