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Carla London
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Views on Parc Emily

Post by Carla London » Sat, 03 Oct 2009 8:30 pm

Hi all,

We are currently looking for an apartment. We went to see Parc Emily. It’s a 3 bedroom asking for S$5800. We really like it but it is very expensive and it’s actually above our initial budget of S$ 4500. If we negotiate they will probably come down to around S$5200.

Any views on this condo?

Is this a reasonable price for a 3-bed in this development?
Thank you for your responses.

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Carla

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Parc Emily

Post by nassaugirl » Sun, 04 Oct 2009 1:46 pm

We're living at Parc Emily and we like it. Its great in terms of location and the area itself is quiet. The units around the pool are not the most quiet as the noise drifts upwards...but that is probably my only complaint.

We pay $4200 for a 2 bed. I've seen one beds advertised for $3500. If those numbers are correct, wouldn't a 3 bed be closer to say $5200 or so?

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Post by Carla London » Sun, 04 Oct 2009 3:20 pm

Thank you Nassaugirl.

The unit that we saw is at the far end overlooking the gym. Do you think this is quieter as it is futher from the pool?

Is it safe for a woman to walk around the little India area at night on her own?

Do you think Doby Ghault MRT station is walkable or is it better to go to Little India?

Thank you!

Carla

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Post by Addadude » Mon, 05 Oct 2009 9:46 am

Parc Emily is not really in what is considered as Little India. Having said taht, it's safe for a woman to walk around just about anywhere in Singapore at just about anytime - as long as you keep an eye out. Generally speaking, Singapore is about as secure as it gets when it comes to personal safety.

If you walk by MacKenzie Road, Little India MRT Station is MUCH nearer than Dhoby Gaut.
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