Sentosa Cove home with ‘triple views’ for $19.8 mil

/ EdgeProp Singapore
May 25, 2019 10:00 AM SGT
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Located at Lakeshore View, the bungalow boasts a 39.2m frontage, with direct views of the golf course, the lake and the sea from every bedroom.

The house at Lakeshore View with the longest frontage of 39.2m and offers views of the golf course, lake and sea (Credit: Albert Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)
While most people at Sentosa Cove put a premium on direct sea views, Niki Harding and her husband prize privacy, the tranquillity of the golf course and lake views with the sea beyond. These were the reasons they chose their bungalow plot at Lakeshore View 13 years ago.
“When we first came to look at Sentosa Cove, we were mesmerised by the fact that it’s so private here [at Lakeshore View],” says Harding. “There’s only one entrance in and out; it’s a very exclusive cul-de-sac and we thought that it would be nicer here than on the main street.”
Of the 364 bungalows in the whole of Sentosa Cove, only 38 are located at Lakeshore View. And only those with even-number addresses at Lakeshore View can boast of having “triple views” – views of the sea, the lake and the golf course, says Rowena Chan, associate vice president of List Sotheby’s International Realty (List SIR).

Choice site

The Hardings’ property is one of them. The site has a 39.2m frontage facing the golf course – the longest at Lakeshore View – which means the house commands “a unique, panoramic view of the sea, lake and the most popular and challenging hole of the Serapong championship golf course”, says Chan, who is is the exclusive marketing agent for the property. This lends to the “serene and tranquil feel of an oasis”, as opposed to the busier and less private waterway and sea view residences on the rest of Sentosa Cove, she adds.
The facade of the house fronting an exclusive cul-de-sac has a 38.4m frontage (Credit: Albert Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)