LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
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Your Sanctuary in Nature. Coming soon in 2023.
LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
FACT SHEET AT A GLANCE
|Project Name||Lentor Hills Residences|
17,136.9sqm / 184,460sqft
|Total Number of Units||598 units|
|Address||Lentor Hills Road in Location Map|
|Unit Types||1 to 4-bedrooms & Dual Key|
|Number of Bidders||4|
|Land Bid||$1060 psf ppr|
|Developer||Hong Leong Holdings / Guocoland Group / TID|
|CONQUAS Score||Band 2|
|Description||PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL FLAT DEVELOPMENT COMPRISING 1 BLOCK OF PART 8 / PART 15 STOREY, 1 BLOCK OF 17 STOREY, 1 BLOCK OF PART 22/ PART23 STOREY, 1 BLOCK OF 21 STOREY AND 1 BLOCK OF 8 STOREY BUILDING (TOTAL 598 UNITS) WITH 1 CHILDCARE CENTRE, 2 LEVEL BASEMENT CARPARK, SWIMMING POOL, SKY TERRACE, LANDSCAPE DECK AND COMMUNAL FACILITIES ON LOTS 05380L MK20 AT LENTOR HILLS ROAD (ANG MO KIO PLANNING AREA)|
|Housing Developer’s License No.||C1459|
|Expected Date of Vacant Possession||No later than 1st December 2028|
|Expected Date of Legal Completion||No later than 1 December 2031 or 3 years after the date of delivery of vacant possession, whichever is earlier|
|Expected Date of Preview||Showflat opening in June-2023
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AROUND LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
CHIJ ST. NICHOLAS GIRLS' SCHOOL
WITHIN 1KM* OF LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
ANDERSON PRIMARY SCHOOL
WITHIN 1KM OF LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
A Serene Haven Awaits: Discover Garden Living at Lentor Hills Residences
The Lentor Hills Development (Parcel A) site is the second of four new housing sites within Lentor released by URA. Lentor Hills Road, which is primarily private residential enclave of condominiums and landed houses, will see new residential projects to breathe new life into this tranquil estate.
Lentor Hills Development is the latest land parcel sold under Government Land Sale and it was awarded to joint venture developers comprises of Hong Leong Holdings, Guocoland and TID Residential Pte Ltd, for $1,060 per sqft per plot ratio.
The developers, led by Hong Leong Holdings will develop the site into Lentor Hills Residences project, a collection of luxury residences in the floor plan, features part-23-storey and part low-rise garden homes that are connected to Hillock Park.
Future residents of Lentor Hills Residences condo will not have to travel too far for daily needs, as they can access a 96,000sqft retail podium right next door – Lentor Modern by Guocoland. The brand new mall will complete in 2026, will include a plethora food & beverage options, a supermarket and childcare facility.
Discover the beauty of nature and enjoy leisurely activities at Lentor Hills Residences
Lentor Hills Residences condo is near to many green spaces, besides the expansive greenery within the sprawling site area of 184,461sqft, Lentor Hills Residences is set in an unspoiled setting, featuring several trails for hiking and cycling. Residents will be spoiled with numerous recreation activities and facilities, such as nature trails and reservoir parks.
The parks that are doorstep from Lentor Hills Residences is the Hillock Park & Linear Park Connector. Upper Seletar Reservoir Park, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park and Lower Peirce Reservoir and Thomson Nature Park is a mere 4 to 5-minute drive from Lentor Hills Residences.
There are a number of neighbourhood parks, such as Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, running along the boundary between Bishan and Ang Mo Kio. This is one of the largest parks in Singapore with playgrounds, cafes and restaurants, a meandering river, lots of outdoor spaces and even a dog run!
Besides living next to park connectors connecting the green spaces around the development, residents of Lentor Hills Residences will be connected via a sheltered-linkway to Lentor Modern, a mixed-used integrated development that houses a community plaza, which is designed to create a sense of arrival and welcome to Lentor Estate.
Lentor Modern is connected to Lentor MRT Station in the east corner of the site with ease. Lentor Hills Residences is about 3-minutes’ walk to the Lentor MRT, a station along the Thomson-East Coast Line.
Discover the Natural Beauty of Thomson Nature Park
Thomson Nature Park offers nature lovers multiple trails and a chance to appreciate the freshwater habitat and observe the great diversity of ferns and aquatic animals present.
Just 4mins drive from Lentor Hills Residences, visitors can explore a rich history in Singapore, as the location of an abandoned 1930s Hainanese village ruins are still within Thomson Nature Park, and form an important part of the park’s conservation site.
The park also has a 50-hectare buffer zone that protects its heritage and natural assets such as trees and ponds. There are several trails within Thomson Nature Park, including the Ferns Trail, Figs Trail and Buffer Thomson Trail. Each trail highlights different aspects of nature or cultural heritage, offering visitors a unique experience in appreciating nature.
Thomson Nature Park is an excellent location for those looking to explore Singapore’s natural heritage in a tranquil setting.
The park is located along Thomson Road, and joins other nearby parks such as Springleaf Nature Park and Windsor Nature Park to increase the buffer zone of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.
Additionally, this nature reserve also houses a wide range of rambutan plantations and other natural flora and fauna that make it an excellent spot for visitors wanting to experience Singapore’s natural reserves in all their glory.
This exploring park is made up of four scenic walking trails that serve to take visitors on a journey through the park’s past. The trails within the park serve hikers and nature-lovers alike with its piece de resistance – vegetation breathing life into an old road network and past abandoned wells. Exotic animals are not unheard of in this part of Singapore, and visitors can even take a raft ride through the lush vegetation.
All in all, Thomson Nature Park spans around 8km, making it perfect for both short jaunts and longer hikes.
The main entrance of the park is located on Thomson Road, near Nemesu Ave. Visitors can also see the entrance from Old Upper Thomson Road. Once inside, they can take a walk on the 650m Rambutan Trail or the Langur Trail, both of which offer great views of Singapore’s countryside.
For those who prefer to drive, there are two carparks available – one along Old Upper Thomson Road and one at the roadside carpark near Nemesu Ave. There is also a gantry at the main entrance for visitors who wish to explore further. At the end of their journey, visitors will find an old farmhouse and Macaque Trail where they can observe various species of wildlife such as macaques and monitor lizards.
The Thomson Nature Park Singapore is a great place to explore and discover the natural beauty of Singapore. It also offers a Ferns Trail, where visitors can take a glimpse at the plantain squirrels and many interesting trees. There is only one stream on the entire trail, but it has several branches that run towards Thomson Road.
The park also has three spots for primates such as long-tailed macaques, where visitors can observe them from close by. One of the more popular trails in the park is the Fig Tree Trail, which provides visitors with an amazing view of old upper Thomson Road and its surrounding environment. This entire trail will provide visitors with plenty of opportunities to see wildlife up close and personal, as well as stunning views of nature in its finest forms.
Create Lasting Memories with Your Family at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is a 3.3-hectare park that looks over a reservoir just minutes’ walk from Lentor Hills Residences. A variety of activities are available on both land and water, ensuring that families can all have an enjoyable time. Calm and serene, with turquoise waters and gentle breezes, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park offers a great place to relax, whether it is on land or water.
The benches on the edges of the reservoir offer great views of the beauty and serenity of the surroundings. There are wonderful views to see from here, it is an amazing spot to see the sun setting over the lake, or alternately, sunrise. Lots of people fish from here, and at the end are a few good benches for sitting down and relaxing, although not shaded.
There are lots of palm trees and rainforest trees, as well as some beautiful wood-looking tables, and a kids play area. There was also an area for kids to stand underneath those flowers to have water falling down onto them.
Near the very end of the park, you reach the Heritage Bridge, a picturesque dock that extends out over the water. Walking across Heritage Bridge, you can see a golf course on one side, calm and still waters on the other, and MRT bridge in the horizon. Along the waterfront are information panels telling you about the history of the area, origins of the name of Seletar, and people that inhabited the area once upon a time.
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park also boasts of Family Cove, featuring a new stage to host performances, water play areas, bioswale rain gardens, as well as the Heritage Bridge, making it a perfect family-friendly weekend leisure destination.
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is a popular spot for kayaking and dragon-boating, and Rowers Bay and the Peoples Association Water-Venture Outlet (closed on Mondays and public holidays) offer recreational kayak rentals.
Experience the Scenic 150km Round Island Route Around Lower Seletar!
Stretching or 150km across the island, consisting of a variety of interconnected park connectors, residents of Lentor Hill Residences will enjoy a smooth, pavement-flat journey while being surrounded by the best of Singapore’s nature.
With the extensive network of park connectors connected by road, you can easily hop from one park to another as you partake in a variety of entertainment and relaxation activities. You can enjoy a leisurely drive on this 25km route, enjoying the natural surroundings in the process, right at your door step.
Nature Park Networks: Building a Sustainable Future
The Nature Park Networks will comprise three new parks, developed by NParks, in Khatib to join up existing green spaces with new parks. This new Khatib Nature Corridor will be the first of its kind in Singapore and is part of a larger effort to create a more connected and resilient urban landscape.
The three new parks are located along the Seletar Reservoir, Bongsu Nature Park, Nee Soon Extension and Lower Seletar Reservoir Park. The park network will provide an island-wide terrestrial ecological corridor between the four nature reserves and strengthen Singapore’s ecological corridors.
The Khatib Nature Corridor project is estimated to be completed in two years’ time. When fully established, it will form part of a larger network of Nature Park Networks that are being developed across Singapore as part of NParks’ Islandwide Terrestrial Eco-Link (IWEL) initiative. The IWEL initiative aims to establish island-wide ecological corridors that will facilitate species movements from one habitat patch to another and enable connectivity among green spaces throughout Singapore.
This is part of an effort to create connections between Singapore’s pockets of greenery located around Lower Seletar and Seletar Reservoir. The new Nature Corridor will improve the connectivity among these green spaces and promote ecological sustainability in the area by allowing species to move freely within the area. It also aims to enhance public access to nature areas and provide recreational opportunities for people living in the vicinity of Lentor Hills Residences.
Discover the Perfect Blend of Lifestyle and Convenience at Lentor Hills
With the opening of 11 new MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) by the end of the year, residents from Lentor Hills Residences will have seamless connectivity with the rest of Singapore. When the entire Thomson-East Coast Line is fully operational, residents will enjoy seamless connectivity to numerous parts of Singapore, from North, Orchard Road, Marina Bay, and East Coast.
The all new Lentor estate is designed to be a car-lite community, besides being nestled in a swathe of greenery, coupled with excellent public transportation links.
Lentor Hills Residences is bordered by the Lentor Estate on the north, Teachers Housing Estate on the south, and a mixture of private condominiums and HDB housing on the east. It will offer a mixture of tall, mid-rise and low-rise residential options. It may offer a rivalry with Lentor Modern, albeit as a fully residential development, the condo is still within walking distance to Lentor MRT station.
The North-South Corridor (NSC) would be the longest transit priority corridor in Singapore, featuring bus-only lanes, cycling routes, and walking paths, serving mass transit riders, active mobility users, and pedestrians. The six-lane NSC will now feature continuous, dedicated bus lanes, saving bus riders as much as 20 minutes in travel time.
The NSC will also result in an improved commuting experience for motorists, by realigning traffic flows and easing congestion on the Central Expressway and on key arterial roads like Thomson Road and Marymount Road. Hence travelling to and from home at Lentor Hills Residences will soon be a breeze.
Running parallel to the Central Expressway (CTE), NSE will help alleviate the congestion burden in the highly-used expressway, as well as on major arterial roads in its vicinity, such as Thomson Road and Marymount Road.
For bus passengers, construction may mean cutting journey times of as much as 30 minutes. The continuous bus lanes along NSC would allow buses between residential areas along the NSC to connect more quickly, by allowing buses to use ramps on the surface as well as the bus lanes.
A cycle track on an entire section of motorway would connect Park Connector networks within the HDB towns along the whole corridor, and dedicated cycle paths in HDB towns.
There will be a total of 16 entry-exit ramps and 17 stub-roads connecting various cities along this expressway for a comfortable and quick entrance-exit. The NSE will also overlap with existing expressways, including Seletar Expressway, Pan-Island Expressway, and East Coast Parkway, in order to enhance overall road network connectivity.
With the new developments across the northern and north-eastern area such as Lentor Hills, LTA says. The NSE will be able to accommodate projected growth of traffic through those areas as they expect an increase in the traffic demand generated from the new developments.
Travel with Ease from East to North via Thomson-East Coast Line
Extending to a 43-km long, the TEL will feature 31 new stations connecting with other MRT lines; East-West Line, North-South Line, North-East Line, Circle Line, Downtown Line, and future Cross Island Line. TEL will add 32 new stations to the Singapore MRT network, connecting North, South, and East of Singapore with the Central Business District (CBD).
The TEL2 is the sixth MRT line in Singapore, of which eight are interchange stations. Construction works on extending the TEL to an existing Changi Airport MRT station, which is a terminal station for the East West MRT Line, began in 2020.
The LTA also announced Woodlands Town to be the link with the existing North-South line, with a further station located close to Republic Polytechnic. As the TEL2 runs parallel to the North-South Line (NSL), it would also contribute towards the reduction of the dependence on the NSL as well as the commuting burden. TEL is intended to serve areas that are not adjacent to any stations on the East-West line, as well as alleviate congestion at existing stations.
Commute times into the CBD or northern parts of Singapore would significantly decrease from Lentor Hills Residences. Additionally, the new Stevens Interchange will give residents access to the Downtown Line (DTL) and the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL), making trips more seamless.
The TEL, when fully completed, in phases in 2024, 2025 and 2027, will benefit more than 240,000 households as they will be within a 10-minutes’ walk from a TEL Station. The TEL will significantly increase accessibility and connectivity for residents living in Lentor Hills Residences, with interconnectors for all existing lines.
The roadway transportation system is also being upgraded, which allows residents to have seamless trips to Orchard Road, the commercial hub of Singapore. The central location of Lentor Hills Residences allows residents to experience fast trips to the central district and different parts of Singapore using the upcoming North-South Corridor (NSC).
Escape to a Perfect Weekend Getaway, Just 4 Stations Away from Lentor MRT via Johor Bahru – Singapore Link!
The Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link is set for completion in late 2026, with the Singaporean and Malaysian Foreign Ministers noting the projects progress.
The Johor Bahru-Singapore rapid transit system will comprise of two stations, one in Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru City, Malaysia, and another at Woodlands, Singapore.
The RTS Link will operate as a straightforward 2 station shuttle service between Woodlands North RTS Link station and Bukit Chagar RTS Link station, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
At a capacity of 10,000 passengers per hour will be operated by RTS Operations Sdn Bhd (RTSO) – a joint venture between Singapore’s SMRT RTS Pte Ltd and Malaysia’s Prasarana RTS Operations Sdn Bhd. The system spans across the Straits of Johor through the Straits Bridge over 25 metres high, connecting the Johor Bahru to Woodlands North Terminal at Thomson East Coast Line.
The link to Johor Bahru will benefit residents of Lentor Hills Residences, as it will take less than 10mins to reach Woodlands North RTS Station for a perfect weekend getaway.
LENTOR HILLS RESIDENCES
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the monthly maintenance fees for Lentor Hills Residences?
|Unit Type||Number of Units||Size (Sqft)||Estimated Maintenance Fees||Guide Price|
|1-bedroom + Study||39||570-603||$347.40|
|2-bedroom + Study||111||743-753||$347.40|
|3-bedroom + Yard||101||1098-1119||$405.30|
|3/4-Bedroom Dual Key||16||1302-1399||$405.30||from $2.642m|
|Total Number of Units||598|
When is the estimated vacant possession (TOP) for Lentor Hills Residences?
The expected vacant possession date is no later than 1st December 2028 (projected to be December 2026, non-commitment basis)
What are the breakdown of unit types at Lentor Hills Residences?
|Unit Type||Size (sqm)||Size (sqft)||Number of Units|
|3-bedroom + Yard||103-105||1100-1150||101|
|3 & 4-bedroom Dual Key||122-130||1310-1400||16|
What is the closest MRT Station to Lentor Hills Residences?
Lentor Hills Residences is <3mins walk to Lentor MRT or 242m to Lentor MRT Exit 5.
What is the building height of Lentor Hills Residences?
Lentor Hills Residences has varying building heights of 8/15/17/21/23 storeys linked by Sky Gardens.
How many blocks does Lentor Hills Residences have?
Lentor Hills Residences will have 5 tower blocks linked by Sky Gardens.
31 Lentor Hills Road (Postal Code 788881)
33 Lentor Hills Road (Postal Code 788882)
35 Lentor Hills Road (Postal Code 788883)
37 Lentor Hills Road (Postal Code 788884)
39 Lentor Hills Road (Postal Code 788885)
What is the primary schools within 1km to Lentor Hills Residences?
Anderson Primary School and CHIJ St Nicholas School are within 1km to Lentor Hills Residences.
Where to get floor plans?
The floor plans can be found in the Brochure & Floor Plan section.
Where can I find the site plan?
You can view in the Site Plan section.
- A collection of exquisite 1 to 4-bedroom units in floor plan
- Full condominium facilities within the development site plan
- 3mins walk to Lentor MRT and Lentor Modern retail and F&B outlets
- Within 1km to reputable schools such as CHIJ St Nicholas and Anderson Primary School
- 5 mins’ walk to Park Connector that connects Lower Seletar and Lower Pierce Reservoir
- 4 MRT stops to Woodlands North, Interchange to Johor Bahru
- 4 MRT stops to Circle Line MRT Station
- 5 MRT stops to Downtown MRT Station
- 8 MRT stops to Orchard Station