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    Default Tierra Vue (D15, Freehold, MCL Land)



    Modern Contemporary..
    Located along mellow tree-lined St Patrick’s Road within amenity-rich Marine Parade, Tierra Vue promises to be a development with a difference. Carefully and sensitively designed to blend with its surroundings, this 129-unit condominium will feature a visual symphony of pools, gardens, airy balconies, flowering trees and abundance of natural light.

    From the expansive 113,000 sf grounds, to the thoughtful selection of greenery that will flourish in the tropical climate, to the harmonious choice of materials and colours that will give the development its unique identity, Tierra Vue will be a delight to the senses with its simple lines, modern contemporary detailing and alluring colours.

    Project Description

    Project : Tierra Vue

    Developer : MCL Land (Properties) Pte Ltd

    Address : 36, 38, 40, 42 St Patrick's Road

    District : 15

    Tenure : Estate in Free Simple (Freehold)

    Expected TOP : 31 December 2010

    Expected Legal Completion : 31 December 2013

    Total Number Of Units : 129

    Types : 2 Bedroom

    Type A - 88 - 98 sq m (27 Units)
    Type A(P) - 88 -135 sq m (09 Units)

    3 Bedroom

    Type B - 113 - 118 sq m (51 Units)
    Type B(P) - 116 - 147 sq m (16 Units)
    Type TB - 142 - 170 sq m (09 Units)

    4 Bedroom Penthouses
    Type PH - 178 - 210 sq m (17 Units)


    Contacts : Jeffrey Tan
    HP: 9452 5999
    Email: [email protected]

    Alan Leong
    HP: 9387 6506
    Email: [email protected]

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    looks like the St Patrick's area is up and coming... definitely up and coming..

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    have they launched it yet? strange.. i haven't heard nor seen any ads about it?

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    soft launch now.. going at $800-$850 psf... 2 room from $800K 3 room $1.03m....

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    Today is the official launch.

    Can someone update us on the pricing, the impression of the units and the number of units left?

    Thanks.

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    All gone on 21.4.2007
    R.I.P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRSG
    All gone on 21.4.2007
    R.I.P

    At what average psf?

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    no idea also

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    All fully sold project

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    Is this really fully sold ?

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    yes full sold

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    Anyone interested? 2 Bedders, 2 baths, 947sg ft unblock facing garden no noon sun...going for $1m.

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    i know someone who owns a unit there

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    anyone knows what is the current asking for a unit at tierra vue now?
    i am a keen buyer...looking at either 2 or 3 bedders.
    any idea what was the launched price back then?
    tks!!

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    Launch on average 850 to 900psf. I have 2 and 3 room asking 950psf. Size 947sqft and 1259sqft. Joe

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    joe, is the price negotiable? i'm more keen in the 2 bedder though - as i'm quite familiar with the development before we proceed can you tell me which flr is it? i am not keen in ground flr ones.

    tks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faith
    joe, is the price negotiable? i'm more keen in the 2 bedder though - as i'm quite familiar with the development before we proceed can you tell me which flr is it? i am not keen in ground flr ones.

    tks.
    Have 2 units of 2 room. 947sqft, stack 4. 1033sqft, stack 24. Both are not ground floor. Asking 950psf, nego.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe6816
    Have 2 units of 2 room. 947sqft, stack 4. 1033sqft, stack 24. Both are not ground floor. Asking 950psf, nego.

    Are u kidding.... URA has shown a 2bedders unit transacted at 771psf in Dec

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe6816
    Launch on average 850 to 900psf.
    So that 771psf is launch price (late caveat) or distressed subsale?

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    Let me check

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    Quote Originally Posted by firec
    So that 771psf is launch price (late caveat) or distressed subsale?

    Distress seller, sell @ loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by kale
    Are u kidding.... URA has shown a 2bedders unit transacted at 771psf in Dec

    Does it mean 1 unit sell @ loss the rest of the properties selling have to follow too?

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    Dear Joe,

    Please could you confirm the 2-bedder which was sold at 771psf was indeed at a loss position??

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DW
    Dear Joe,

    Please could you confirm the 2-bedder which was sold at 771psf was indeed at a loss position??

    Thanks.
    I am not Joe, but please allow me to furnish the answer.

    Tierra Vue #03-0X

    SOLD at 947sqft___$771psf___$730,000____11Dec2008
    BOUGHT at _______$916psf___$867,040____05Mar2007

    This is very real. In Feb2009, another caveat will be lodged to show the same unit at $916psf, for the original purchase. Usually in a subsale, 3 caveats will appear if check under the unit #.
    Last edited by Real Estate Pundit; 04-01-09 at 10:04.

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    Yup. As what REP mentioned. The 2 bedder was sold @ loss. Reasons could be many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe6816
    Does it mean 1 unit sell @ loss the rest of the properties selling have to follow too?
    I won't say that the remaining cases will be the same.... same thing, I believe u also won't dare to say that such sale won't not happen again. But at least we are seeing softening in current purchase mood, else there won't be such so-called distress sale. Therefore, for buyers who are not in hurry, maybe can wait for another few quarters to monitor the buying mood

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    is the 916psf bought at launch or from subsale? seems to me that it's a speculator getting burned. i expect to see of more such cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kale
    I won't say that the remaining cases will be the same.... same thing, I believe u also won't dare to say that such sale won't not happen again. But at least we are seeing softening in current purchase mood, else there won't be such so-called distress sale. Therefore, for buyers who are not in hurry, maybe can wait for another few quarters to monitor the buying mood
    Agree. Doesn't mean on one else will sell @ loss. Who knows?

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    so what is the likelihood of getting 700plus psf now at tierra vue? since there's already 1 subsale done at the low psf. is this really true that someone is willing to sell at such a loss?? the location is good though.

    Joe, are your owners open to look at much lower psf or what is the baseline so that we can take this further. i may want to arrange for viewing if possible.

    tks. btw, REP what do u mean by 3 caveats lodged for 1 subsale? just curious to learn more...tks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faith
    so what is the likelihood of getting 700plus psf now at tierra vue? since there's already 1 subsale done at the low psf. is this really true that someone is willing to sell at such a loss?? the location is good though.

    Joe, are your owners open to look at much lower psf or what is the baseline so that we can take this further. i may want to arrange for viewing if possible.

    tks. btw, REP what do u mean by 3 caveats lodged for 1 subsale? just curious to learn more...tks!
    if the seller cannot hold on to the property, then, he will have to let go at a cheap cost. current market rate at 800+psf has very little transaction. serious buyer usually will quote a ridiculously low price if he is interested, if serller cannot/do not want to hold that property, he will let go.

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