Triplex penthouse at Mount Faber Lodge going for $4.8 mil

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SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Those who want a penthouse with a vantage point of the future Greater Southern Waterfront from the comfort of their own balcony need look no further than the triplex penthouse at Mount Faber Lodge.
Perched on the slope of Mount Faber Hill, the freehold Mount Faber Lodge stands out for its red-brick façade. The project was completed in 1983 and contains just 84 units. The project has sizeable units, ranging from 1,098 sq ft studios to two-bedroom units from 1,173 sq ft and three-bedroom units from 2,454 sq ft. The penthouses are all five-bedroom triplexes, occupying the sixth to eighth floors and sized from 3,703 to 3,724 sq ft. There just 20 such penthouses within the development.
Perched on the slope of Mount Faber Hill, the freehold Mount Faber Lodge stands out for its red-brick façade (Picture: Samuel Isaac Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)
Early last year, at the height of the en bloc fever, some of the owners of Mount Faber Lodge had attempted a collective sale, but it never got off the ground.
On the market is one of the penthouses at Mount Faber Lodge: a 3,703 sq ft, triplex penthouse with a price tag of $4.8 million ($1,296 psf). Jon Lau, senior associate sales director at SRI, is the exclusive marketing agent. Owing to the generous unit sizes and the unblocked views from the balcony on the seventh floor, most of the penthouses are owner- occupied. As such, the penthouse that Lau is marketing is one of the rare few currently on the market.
A 3,703 sq ft, triplex penthouse with a price tag of $4.8 million ($1,296 psf) is on the market. (Picture: Jon Lau/SRI)
The owner is said to be a British expatriate family, and they are selling the unit as...