The first integrated development in the Dairy Farm vicinity, Dairy Farm Residences brings all of life’s conveniences and the idyllic vibes of resort living to your doorstep.
Located at the junction of Petir Road and Dairy Farm Road, Dairy Farm Residences is highly accessible via Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) and the MRT Downtown Line 2, and in close proximity to prestigious schools and lifestyle amenities.
Within the woods-inspired estate, 90% of the 460 residential units are north-south facing with many units offering unblocked scenic views of Singapore’s lushest nature parks.
Indulge in a good meal at the restaurants, pick up the freshest produce at the gourmet supermarket, and leave your little ones in the good hands of the childcare professionals – all without leaving the vicinity of your home.
With a site area of 211, 487 sqft, the mixed development features 2 residential towers of 5 storeys and 2 blocks of 15 storeys (Total 460 Units).
Located in a low density area, surrounded by an oasis of nature.
The tenure of Dairy Farm Residences is a 99 year lease with effect from 5th December 2018.
First mover advantage – 4 other land parcels for residential apartments not released by the government.
Estimated TOP/ Key Collection: 29th February 2024.
Dairy Farm Residences is surrounded by the most number of nature parks and the biggest nature reserves in Singapore.
Start the day with a leisurely stroll at Dairy Farm Nature Park, work up a sweat on your evening jog around Zhenghua Nature Park, or go hiking around the Bukit Timah Hill on the weekend. For a little ‘Western Adventure,’ cycle along a 23km park connector that takes you through eight parks in the northwestern part of Singapore.
Bordering leafy Hyde Park, Mayfair is an upscale district of elegant Georgian townhouses. It is an affluent area in the West End of London. The architecture within the Mayfair district is an understated expression of timeless beauty. This quintessential design can be found around the world in all upscale districts. Now, it’s in Singapore, known as the Mayfair Gardens.