Nim Collection is one of the first developments to explore the new landed housing guidelines introduced by the URA that allow for greater flexibility in design and configuration of interior space.
W Architects brings ingenuity to the pioneering design of the development’s partial four- and three-storey landed terrace houses. Through varying spatial heights and volumes, multiple views, connections to the outdoors on different levels and the intelligent embrace of natural light and air, residents will enjoy a thoughtful balance of intimate and communal spaces. More warmth, more soul, more functional to the needs of multi-generations living under one roof.
From its well-appointed interiors and quality finishes to its distinctive angular geometry, punctuated by multi-level gardens, the development encapsulates everything you love about Seletar in a home designed for its time.
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The Nim Collection offers an exciting new mode of Seletar living in a cluster of landed terrace houses, representing Phase 1 and 2 of a 98-unit development.
3 Floors + Mezzanie + Attic + Lift
The design creates a double-volume living and dining space with a view out to the car porch roof garden, which is also accessible from the mezzanine floor.
The open plan design on the ground level enables cross ventilation throughout. A courtyard at the heart of the 2nd and 3rd storeys provides light, ventilation and visual connection between the bedrooms, leading up to a rooftop garden on the attic level.
Tranquil yet accessible
The Nim Collection offers the best of both worlds, cosseted from the urban rush, yet within minutes of several major expressways, including the upcoming North-South Expressway (NSE) that will significantly cut travel time to the city during peak hours. Dedicated express bus lanes, walking and cycling paths are also planned to run alongside the NSE, providing options for those who prefer a greener commute.
Lots of options for catching up and dining out.
Savour a nostalgic slice of Singapore’s colonial past at The Oval, the epicenter of the Seletar Aerospace Park community.
Here, black and white bungalows that once housed British Royal Air Force personnel and their families have been transformed into a buzzing dining scene with cafes and restaurants of every culinary persuasion all in your backyard.
You might even find yourself beneath the shade of one of several Broad-leafed Mahogany or Rain Trees in the area that have been designated Heritage Trees, witnesses to life here since the earliest days of the Seletar Airbase.
New jobs and growth opportunities at hand. The north’s emerging business hub
The Nim Collection will enjoy all the advantages of the future Seletar Regional Centre, the fourth regional centre in Singapore. Envisaged as a major business hub for people living in the north and northeast of the island, it is expected to create a vibrant landscape of new employment opportunities and bring workplaces closer to home. Alongside the Seletar Regional Centre, the Phase 3 development of Seletar Aerospace Park is expected to create 10,000 jobs for highly skilled professionals, expanding its current global aerospace community that includes leading industry players such as Eurocopter, Rolls-Royce Group and ST Aerospace.
An endless stream of fun and relaxation.
From farmways to waterways You’re never far from Singapore’s wild side. Enjoy days out at Seletar Reservoir or Punggol Waterway Park, pleasant escapes for hours of leisure where you can go fishing, kayaking, cycling, or simply soak up the scenic views. Also in the vicinity is the Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, where you can meander along a 2.4 km trail, and hop on over to Coney Island to enjoy the sight of the island’s diverse wildlife in their natural habitats. Not to mention Seletar West Farmway, reminiscent of kampong life. With so much to choose from, getting back to nature can be a frequent family affair.