Miramar Gardens

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Overview

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Amenities

4.4
4.4

Convenience

4.5
4.5

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**Based on URA rental data in the last 12 months. Otherwise, based on latest transaction. May not be representative.

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Description
Miramar Gardens is a leasehold (999 yrs from 1883) terrace house. The development occupies a land area of 163 sqm. According to records, buyers of this development are Singaporean 90.9%, PR 0.0%, Foreigner 0.0%, Company 9.1%.

MIRAMAR GARDENS is located along Upper Serangoon Road in Hougang, in District 19. It is accessible through the nearest MRTs including Hougang NE14 and Hougang CR8. The nearest schools are HOLY INNOCENTS' PRIMARY SCHOOL and HOLY INNOCENTS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Based on transaction data in the last 12 months, sale prices range from S$ 1,081 psf to S$ 1,081 psf at an average of S$ 1,081 psf. Its highest recorded transaction was S$ 1,081 psf in Oct 2012 for a 2,605-sqft unit. Its lowest recorded transaction was S$ 388 psf in Oct 2011 for a 4,123-sqft unit. Its current rental yield is at 2.0%.

Other nearby amenities include: 3 Childcare Centre(s): LITTLE TREE HOUSE @ HOUGANG PTE. LTD., LITTLE TREE HOUSE LLP, SUNFLOWER PRESCHOOL @ HOUGANG (PTE. LTD.), and 3 Grocerie(s): NTUC FAIRPRICE CO-OPERATIVE LTD, TAN CHUAN BOON, NTUC FAIRPRICE CO-OPERATIVE LTD, and 3 Kindergarten(s): The Montessori Playroom Kindergarten, PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL @ HOUGANG Blk 328 (DS), PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL @ PAYA LEBAR Blk 23 (KN), and 3 Shopping Mall(s): HOUGANG PLAZA, KANG KAR MALL, HOUGANG MALL.

Buyers and tenants are attracted to District 19, which is comprised of Hougang, Punggol, Sengkang and Serangoon Gardens. These four areas are mostly residential with recreational and commercial amenities. Hougang is the largest HDB town in Singapore based on land area. Private houses can be found in the Lorong Ah Soo and Rosyth areas. Originally comprised of forests and pig-rearing farms, Hougang has evolved into a vibrant residential area with a wide array of amenities. These include a number of shopping malls, Hougang Sports Hall, and a bus interchange with a range of bus services to other parts of Singapore. Punggol is a relatively new residential estate in Singapore's North-East Region. Historically a fishing village resided by Malay settlers, Punggol is now a vibrant mix of residential developments and nature. Residents can leisurely cycle along the 4.2km-long Punggol Waterway or head to Coney Island, a 133ha island popular for jet skiing and camping. Sengkang has experienced rapid development since its early days as a fishing village. It is now a satellite residential town with a well-developed LRT system offering access to different parts of Sengkang. Sengkang also offers a wide array of work and play amenities, with the main shopping mall Compass One being Singapore's first thematic shopping centre based on the theme of learning.

The North-East Region is the second largest and most densely populated of the five regions in Singapore, with Sengkang being its most populous town. Spanning 13,810ha, the North-East Region is mainly a residential region and housing estate largely comprised of HDB flats. In addition to a myriad of amenities including hospitals, parks, schools and transport options, the region is also home to a few tourist attractions such as Pulau Ubin and Coney Island. Seletar Aerospace Park, which comprises of several aviation manufacturing and research facilities by companies such Rolls-Royce and Singapore Technologies Aerospace, provide employment opportunities to residents both within and beyond the region. Sengkang General Hospital, a 1000-bed hospital, is the largest in the region and is built to further the government's efforts to provide quality and accessible healthcare to all Singaporeans.
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"2 stars for food. It was pretty decent. But loses all stars for everything else. Reading some reviews of the 1pm group, I managed to get in the 11am group. It was full house but dim sum took really long to come and not every item arrived. Nobody came to say if the items were ever coming and we had to take note of which items were served and which were not else they would just charge you for everything u ordered. Manager was apologetic that it was really their fault for not being able to cope. I guess they were short staffed of sorts but still continue accepting the large numbers of people who booked. As of 1pm, nobody told us we had to leave, or to get the bill. They just stopped serving food and started clearing tables - we walked around to find out about a 1pm crowd building up. That's when we realised why food was stopped. Rather disappointing."
Z** L**
Google Review     |   31 Jul 2022
1
"Food is nice, but super long waiting time. Even though it's a buffet, you would probably be full from waiting instead of being full from actual food. Orders got mixed up with other tables probably because it's buffet. Some dishes came and some dishes did not. Those dishes that did not come could not be served due to time limitation. Imagine not being able to eat what you order in a buffet. Last order call was super early as well due to the number of people (almost full capacity) Desserts were served before main dishes because of the mixed up orders. Also, there were not enough desserts for everyone (the table). Dishes that were served were lukewarm or at air-con temperature (still taste good but...) Best to come during non-peak period because the it appears they do not have enough staff to handle the service. Don't mind paying the money but food must be good and diners need to be full. They only satisfied the former, and we left the restaurant feeling quite empty on the stomach. We were also quite unhappy because we did not get to try certain dishes. (This is my first time adding a review for a restaurant actually. I'm usually too lazy for this. If food is bad I usually just keep in mind and not visit again. But I had to post this)"
D***** T**
Google Review     |   26 Jun 2022
5
"Had lunch with my family this afternoon at Peach Garden @ Miramar Hotel Very good varieties of food with nice ambience Food value for money. Served by staff name Mr Ken. Ken was very approacable & attentive He made us feel comfortable & we enjoyed our lunch very much.Foods were awesome!!! Thanks Mr Ken Will definitely come again."
N***** O**
Google Review     |   05 Dec 2021
2
"Went for their BUFFET. The safe distancing is good but not the hygiene of the staff. Now due to covid, how can the staff hold the cup and bowl with her fingers holding on to the inside of it They serve their food very fast too. Making us to eat fast instead of enjoying slowly. Cos there is no space to put the plates!"
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Google Review     |   27 Sep 2021
1
"Don't waste your trip and time there ... Disappointed and blacklisted the place ..."
S***** M*****
Google Review     |   21 Sep 2020
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Size Distribution
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Sales Transaction of MIRAMAR GARDENS (Limited to 10)

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Developer's Selling Prices

Note: Based on developer's monthly submission to URA

Source: URA, https://www.edgeprop.sg

Developer's Sales

Note: Based on developer's monthly submission to URA

Source: URA, https://www.edgeprop.sg

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Rental Transactions of MIRAMAR GARDENS
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Nearby Land Sales

Status
Street NameLocationLand AttributesEstimated Breakeven
Sold On SEP 2021
Fortune Park (Enbloc)
Site Use
Residential
Tenure
fh
Plot Ratio
2.1
Site Area (sqm)
4,169
Site GFA (sqm)
8,756
Highest Bid ($M)
115.0
Highest Bid ($PSF)
1140
Number of BIDS
-
Land ($M)
115
Construction ($M)
31.1
Land Financing ($M)
10.1
Profesional / Legal / Taxes ($M)
17.5
Marketing / Others ($M)
10.4
Estimated Total Cost ($M)
184.12
Estimated Breakeven ($psf ppr)
1,954

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FAQs about MIRAMAR GARDENS

What is the nearest MRT Station to MIRAMAR GARDENS ?
The nearest MRT Station from MIRAMAR GARDENS are Hougang NE14 MRT, Hougang CR8 MRT