Specifications

Project NamePlace-8
DeveloperLe Premier Development Pte. Ltd
ArchitectLook Architects
Site AreaTBA
No. Of Units8 Strata Landed Houses
District19
TenureFreehold
Expected TOP2017
Carpark2 Car parking Lots Per House
Unit Types
  • 4-bedroom Terraces: 3175 to 3390 sqft (8 Units)
  • 1 Foundation
    Reinforced concrete piles

    2 Superstructure
    Reinforced concrete structure

    3 Walls
    (a) External walls: Reinforced concrete wall and/or precast concrete wall and/or brick wall.
    (b) Internal walls: Reinforced concrete wall and/or brick wall and/or drywall partition system and/or glass partition.

    4 Roof
    (a) Flat Roof: Reinforced concrete roof with appropriate waterproofing and insulation.
    (b) Roof Trellis: Aluminium hollow section.
    (c) 1st storey Canopy: Mild steel frame with glass panels.

    5 Ceiling
    Residential Units
    (a) Living / Dining, Bedrooms, Master Bathroom, Powder Room, Bathrooms, Kitchen, Household Shelter, Lift Lobby and Privately Enclosed Spaces (PES):
    Skim coat and/or ceiling board with emulsion paint finish.
    Common Areas
    (a) Basement Carpark and Staircase / Ramp: Skim coat and/or ceiling board with emulsion paint finish.

    6 Finishes
    Residential Units
    (a) Wall*
    (i) Living / Dining, Bedrooms, Kitchen, Household Shelter, Lift Lobby and PES:
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.
    (ii) Master Bathroom:
    -Marble
    (iii) Powder Room, Bathroom 1 & 2:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    *Note: No tiles behind and below kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, behind mirrors and above false ceiling.

    (b) Floor
    (i) Living / Dining, Kitchen:
    -Marble
    (ii) Master Bathroom:
    -Marble
    (iii) Powder Room, Bathroom 1 & 2:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    (iv) Bedrooms:
    -Timber strip
    (v) Household Shelter and Lift Lobby:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    (vi) PES:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    (vii) Roof Terrace:
    -Homogeneous tiles

    Common Areas
    (a) Wall
    (i) Basement Carpark, Staircases / Ramp:
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish / perforated aluminium screen.

    (b) Floor
    (i) Basement Carpark, Driveway / Ramp:
    -Reinforced concrete slab with hardener
    (ii) Staircase:
    -Cement screed finish with nosing tiles
    (iii) Footpath:
    -Granite and/or homogeneous tiles to designated areas.

    7 Aluminium Windows & Doors
    Aluminium framed windows/doors in powder coat finish with clear / tinted /frosted glass where appropriate.

    8 Doors
    (a) Main Entrance (Basement):
    -Fire-rated timber door
    (b) Bedrooms, Master Bathroom, Powder Room, Bathroom 1 & 2:
    -Hollow core timber swing/sliding door
    (c) Kitchen:
    -Glass sliding panel
    (d) Household Shelter:
    -Approved CD shelter door
    (e) PES:
    -Aluminium / mild steel gate

    9 Sanitary Fittings
    (a) Master Bathroom
    (i) 1 shower cubicle complete with glass panel, 1 overhead fixed shower, 1 hand-held shower and 1 mixer
    (ii) 1 vanity top in marble / or solid surface finish complete with 1 basin and 1 basin mixer
    (iii) 1 water closet
    (iv) 1 mirror
    (v) 1 towel rail
    (vi) 1 toilet roll holder

    (b) Bathroom 1 & 2
    (i) 1 shower cubicle complete with glass panel, 1 overhead fixed shower, 1 hand-held shower and 1 mixer
    (ii) 1 vanity top in solid surface finish complete with 1 basin and 1 basin mixer
    (iii) 1 water closet
    (iv) 1 mirror
    (v) 1 towel rail
    (vi) 1 toilet roll holder

    (c) Powder Room
    (i) 1 vanity top in solid surface finish complete with 1 basin and 1 basin mixer
    (ii) 1 water closet
    (iii) 1 mirror
    (iv) 1 toilet roll holder

    (d) Kitchen
    (i) 1 single bowl sink complete with cold water tap
    (ii) 1 washing machine bib tap

    10 Electrical Installation
    All electrical wiring in concealed/exposed conduit/trunking where applicable. Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    11 TV / Telephone Points
    Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    12 Lightning Protection
    Approved Lightning Protection System.

    13 Painting
    (a) External walls: Spray textured emulsion paint finish and/or emulsion paint finish.
    (b) Internal walls: Emulsion paint finish.

    14 Waterproofing
    Waterproofing to floor slabs of Bathrooms, Kitchens, Roof Terraces, RC Flat Roof, Planters and RC ledges, and where required.

    15 Additional items
    (a) Kitchen Cabinetry: High and low-level kitchen cabinets complete with solid surface island top.
    (b) Kitchen Appliances:
    (i) 1 induction/gas cooking hob, 1 kitchen exhaust, 1 built-in microwave, 1 built-in oven, 1 built-in refrigerator, 1 washer and 1 dryer
    (c) Wardrobe: Wardrobes to all Bedrooms
    (d) Air-Conditioning: Split air-conditioning system to Living / Dining and all Bedrooms
    (e) Hot water supply: Hot water supply to all Bathrooms
    (f) Doorbell
    (g) Audio Intercom: Visitor’s call panel at the gate to individual units.

    16 Communal Recreation Facilities
    (a) Landscaped courtyard with water features
    (b) Garden swing
    (c) Garden chess
    (d) Flex n Stretch

    17 Carparking
    (a) 16 numbers of car parking

    18 General Notes
    (a) Marble and granite are natural stone materials which offer no absolute uniformity in their veins, colour, tonality and pattern as these are natural characteristics arising from their varied mineral composition and impurities. Natural fissure lines, fossils and pigmentation can appear on the surfaces of polished marble and granite being a result of the formation process. While such material can be pre-selected before installation, this non-conformity cannot be avoided. Granite tiles are pre-polished before laying and care has been taken for their installation. However, granite, being a much harder material than marble cannot be re-polished after installation. Hence, some differences may be felt at the joints.

    (b) Timber is a natural material containing veins and tonality difference. Thus it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in its selection and installation.

    (c) Layout / Location of wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, fan coil units and all electrical points are subject to Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    (d) Choice of brand and model of fittings, equipment, installation and appliances supplied shall be at the sole discretion of the Vendor.

    (e) Regular maintenance by the Purchaser of the air-conditioning systems, including the cleaning of filters and condensate pipes, is essential for efficient running and prolonging their operating life. The Purchaser shall engage his own contractor to service the air-conditioning system on a regular basis in order to ensure the good working condition of the system.

    (g) The Purchaser is liable to pay an annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to service providers and relevant authorities for cable television and internet access. The Vendor is not responsible for making arrangement with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective subscription channels and/or internet access.

    (h) Where warranties are given by the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers of any of the equipment and/or appliances installed by the Vendor at the Unit, the Vendor shall assign to the Purchaser such warranties at the time when Possession of the Unit is delivered to the Purchaser.

    (i) Glass may break or shatter, be it spontaneous or otherwise, whether due to accidental knocks or other causes. As there will be glass installed in the Unit, the Purchaser may therefore wish to take up insurance(s) covering glass breakage.

    (j) Mechanical ventilation fan and ducting are provided to the Powder Room which is not naturally ventilated. To ensure good working condition of the mechanical ventilation system, the mechanical ventilation system for the exhaust system within the unit is to be maintained by the Purchaser on a regular basis.