Adjacent semi-detached and bungalow houses at Lucky View on the market from $20 mil

At 11 and 17 Lucky View, two semi-detached residences stand in the Lucky Heights enclave off Upper East Coast Road in District 16. The houses, put up for sale through a tender exercise, boast an eclectic design style. A reflection of the family who put them up, the homes embody life experiences, from their Peranakan roots to travels around the world.

The family of businessman Mr Wee purchased the site with the intention of tearing down the existing structure and building new homes. They subdivided the plot into two with one plot of 3,569 sq ft designated for a new semi-detached home, and the other plot, measuring 5,181 sq ft, allotted towards a new detached home.

The houses have taken longer than expected to complete, largely due to the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the Wees were in no rush as they wanted to make sure it was really built according to how they wanted. They envisioned a home that reflected their family’s heritage and life experiences, engaging Winco Construct & Decor to help execute this vision. Nic & Wes Builders were appointed to oversee the design and build of the exterior of the houses and project coordination.

The resulting design palette showcases an eclectic mix of contemporary with distinct accents, such as a series of perforated panels with an intricate leaf design that is mounted from the second floor onwards. Artworks from the family’s private art collection dot various walls too. Meanwhile, the house at 17 Lucky View has more of a colonial style, inspired by Singapore buildings such as the Raffles Hotel.

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Both homes are built for multigenerational families, with ample bedrooms and common areas, as well as areas to entertain. The semi-detached house has five bedrooms, with space to add a sixth; while the bungalow has six and a lift, a pool, and a basement car park that can accommodate six cars. The asking price for both properties together is $20 million.

PropNex’s Haden Hee expects prices for landed properties in the area to continue seeing healthy growth over the long term. He also believes the two houses offer a compelling proposition for buyers, given their quality and attractive location.

The tender for 11 and 17 Lucky View will close on Oct 8. Interested parties should move quickly, given the move-in-ready solutions and potential savings in time and rebuild costs, which have surged in the aftermath of the pandemic.

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