At Urban Treasures, it won’t feel like you’re living in just another one of the thousands of condominiums in Singapore. Instead, you can expect to head home to a resort-inspired haven that’s surrounded by lush greenery and abundant water bodies. Enjoy exclusivity like never before at this freehold 237-unit development that’s split into just two blocks. As such, the bulk of the area in the condominium goes to the numerous posh amenities on offer at Urban Treasure.
Be sure to unlock the treasure trove of facilities on offer so every day feels like a holiday. Splash your troubles away at the Swimming Pool or the Spa Pool with Jacuzzi, or simply enjoy a tan with a book in hand at the Pool Deck. Switch up your Kopitiam dates for some poolside dining at the Pavilion, or even go back in time and go on a picnic date with your future life partner at the Party Lawn, and you’ll forget that you’re even in Singapore. Best of all, end your busy workday on the Roof Terrace gazing at the Moon and stars, which will make all your problems seem oh so small.
If that was perfect enough, you’ll want to open the door to your private urban treasure, which you’ll call home. Expect only the highest quality fittings and finishes from top brands such as Bosch, Bravat and Grohe, that evoke perfection and luxury.
Outside of the urban paradise, the development is situated in the perfect location that is close to just about everything, from transportation, shopping malls, schools, right down to cultural and heritage spots in Singapore. Just a short distance away, you’ll be able to get around Singapore easily via both the Ubi and Kaki Bukit MRT stations. If you’re hoping to switch up your fitness routine at the development’s gym, take a short drive out to Bedok Reservoir or East Coast Park to try out different activities in the outdoors.
All your child’s early-education needs are also sorted, with numerous renowned preschools like Orange Tee Preschool and Heguru Education Centre close to the Urban Treasures. Also in the vicinity are numerous top primary schools such as Maha Bodhi School, Tao Nan School and Kong Hwa School.