Pavilion Park

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Sale Price *

Average
S$ 1,951 psf
Range
S$ 1,412 - 2,397 psf

Rental Price **

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S$ 3.3 psf pm
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S$ 2.0 - 6.5 psf pm

Rental Yield **

2.1%

Rental income expressed as a percentage of the property's value.

Amenities

2.7
2.7

Convenience

3.7
3.7

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*Based on URA sales data in the last 12 months. Otherwise, based on latest transaction. May not be representative.

**Based on URA rental data in the last 12 months. Otherwise, based on latest transaction. May not be representative.

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Description
Pavilion Park is a freehold semi-detached house, terrace house, detached house completed in 2010. It is developed by BUKIT BATOK DEVELOPMENT PTE LTD and designed by RSP ARCHITECTS PLANNERS & ENGINEERS (PTE) LTD. The development occupies a land area of 200 sqm. It consists of 552 units. According to records, buyers of this development are Singaporean 96.5%, PR 2.9%, Foreigner 0.0%, Company 0.6%.

PAVILION PARK is located along Pavilion Circle in Bukit Batok, in District 23. It is accessible through the nearest MRTs including Bukit Gombak NS3 and Cashew DT2.

Based on transaction data in the last 12 months, sale prices range from S$ 1,412 psf to S$ 2,397 psf at an average of S$ 1,951 psf. Its highest recorded transaction was S$ 2,397 psf in Apr 2023 for a 1,615-sqft unit. Its lowest recorded transaction was S$ 453 psf in Apr 2005 for a 3,315-sqft unit. Its current rental yield is at 2.1%. Other nearby amenities include: 3 Grocerie(s): OH BENG GUAN, NTUC FAIRPRICE CO-OPERATIVE LTD, U STARS PTE. LTD..

Buyers and tenants are attracted to District 23, which covers Choa Chu Kang, Bukit Batok, Hillview and Bukit Panjang. Choa Chu Kang's name was derived from "kangchu", which refers to plantation owners in Teochew. Originally a kampung, the town has evolved into a modern neighbourhood with strong public transport links and two shopping malls. One of which is Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, a mall located next to the Choa Chu Kang MRT station offering various retail and dining options. Walking along Choa Chu Kang Park, visitors can also still see old fruit tree plantations. Bukit Batok is home to many natural landmarks, such as Bukit Batok Town Park, Bukit Batok Nature Park, Bukit Batok Hill and Little Guilin, which bears a resemblance of Guilin in China, offering a view of towering granite rock sitting within a lake. The main shopping mall is West Mall, which has a public library, post office and cinema within its compounds.

With a land area of 25,500ha, the West Region is the largest of the five regions in Singapore. Jurong East is the regional centre of the region, while Jurong West is the most populous town in the region. A large number of Singapore's heavy industry companies are concentrated in the West Region. These are mainly petrochemical companies, comprising of international players such as BP, ExxonMobil, DuPont, Mitsui Chemicals and Shell. The West Region is also at the forefront of the government's industrial development efforts. The government plans to develop the Jurong Lake District and Jurong Innovation District into the second Central Business District (CBD) area in Singapore. Additionally, the Tuas Mega Port, upon completion in the 2040s, is anticipated to be the world's single largest container port with an annual capacity of 65 million TEUs.
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"Pavilion park is a seriously overpriced, over populated area. Parking is horrendous here. A well known influencer who drives a Lambo decided to move out and constantly lamented the horrible parking here too. One house at most has one lot, and then youll have to squeeze on the road. When there are guests who cant park, youll end up having to look for lots far from your car. There is no leeway for bad parking here. Appreciation value is horrendously slow too, and more often than not, a lot of home owners who face cash flow issues with businesses will sell their house away for really cheap, causing an imbalance in the market. You can hear the sounds of planes from time to time. Reverberation of noise within the unit is quite bad too. Older side units are very dated, moldy, many maintenance issues such as water pressure issues and constant electrical trips. newer side units are very small and narrow. Like really small that you might as well just live in a condo. Add on the parking issue and youll be wanting to move out in no time. Pitched against many desperate sellers, youd be forced to price your flat really Low here if you want to sell. If youre looking for a forever home and dont intend to sell after buying here for cheap cos someones ailing business needs cash, note that the whole stretch of road leading to PIE takes 10-15 minute drive at least during mornings - evenings because Tengah is building. Theres a speed cam on almost every traffic light too. Road is super dusty, filled with heavy vehicles hogging the middle lanes, also learner drivers on left lanes. With more flats incoming, youll be expected to stop almost every after traffic light. Imagine having to take 15 mins to reach the expressway entrance. Even if you can afford the time - why waste it The only food options nearby are boring and lacklustre if you dont intend to cook and order delivery. The land nearby here are all intended to be redeveloped for residential use and trees have already been cut down. Expect dust, noise and disruption for the next 7 years at least. Not too far away is also a workers dormitory. A hdb flat has better rental yield psf compared to this. Only old boomer generation buyers have made money through this property, new gen are probably paying their noses through for the interest rates. Prices barely appreciated here. People living in the older development here probably are first or second buyers, who got them at the 1-3m range which was considered affordable. Buy this at 4m and youll find appreciation value not moving much at all. A cheap forever home Yes. But it comes with super inconveniences. Unless youre a full stay home retiree who cooks all 3 meals at home, has no kids to send to school, no adults working or driving, stay away from this area. Dengue issue really bad here too. So many mosquitoes you cant even imagine. All the houses are stuck together, cheap landed layout. So the moment one house has mosquito issues, everyone will be affected. And the mosquitoes are damn fierce here. "
J**** F**
Tenant     |   25 Jun 2023
1
"Horrific parking. Visited a friend house and his car was dented by a garbage truck squeezing thru some inconsiderate parking by the owners there"
J*** F**
Google Review     |   14 Jul 2021
5
"Fantastic location"
L***** C******
Google Review     |   14 Dec 2020
5
"Nice house, small garden, park in development, 20 minutes walk to Gombak MRT, very close to a great bowling alley."
W** Z***
Google Review     |   17 Sep 2019
5
"Few location in Singapore with freehold landed properties from semi-D to terraces. Overlooking big field of greenery with breezy relaxing fresh air away from the busy cityscapes. Driving distances to several shopping malls with plenty of dinning shopping banking library postage community centre cinemas entertainment and amenities. Buses to MRT station and bus interchange. Local hawker delights as well as international delights with tender loving caring skillful cooking and professional warm services. Friendly cosy comfy welcoming ambience for romantic intimates groups students tourists expats locals visitors and families."
H* O
Google Review     |   25 Jul 2018
4
"Quiet and big freehold houses about 3200 sq ft spread over 4 levels. Ranging from semi D to Terraces. Close to Pie and many malls around. Except it is half an hour drive to town and 45 mins to the airport. Only thing is neighbors keep to themselves. Not much of a community feel. A very Chinese neighborhood."
W***** M*********
Google Review     |   13 Jul 2016
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$3,850,000

    • 5 beds
    • 5 baths
    • Terraced House
    • D23
    • 2010
    • Freehold
    • S$ 2,380 psf
    • Pavilion Circle
    Raymond Ler
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    9
    $4,700,000

      • 6 beds
      • 5 baths
      • Semi-Detached
      • D23
      • 2010
      • Freehold
      • S$ 2,180 psf
      • Pavilion Circle
      Annie Lee
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      10
      $4,000,000

        • 5 beds
        • 5 baths
        • Terraced House
        • D23
        • 2010
        • Freehold
        • S$ 2,480 psf
        • Pavilion Circle
        Donny Wong
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        10
        $4,700,000

          • 5 beds
          • 5 baths
          • Semi-Detached
          • D23
          • 2010
          • Freehold
          • S$ 2,180 psf
          • Pavilion Circle
          Sherlyn Wong
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          10
          $4,080,000

            • 5 beds
            • 5 baths
            • Terraced House
            • D23
            • 2010
            • Freehold
            • S$ 2,530 psf
            • Pavilion Circle
            Aik Pin Ng
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            10
            $4,250,000

              • 5 beds
              • 5 baths
              • Terraced House
              • D23
              • 2010
              • Freehold
              • S$ 2,630 psf
              • Pavilion Circle
              Adeline lim
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