I figure that if you are going to go for condo living it should be as resort like as possible. Don’t you agree? I mean, after all, who wants to live in an ordinary place when you can live in an extraordinary place? This was our thinking when we decided to put in our application for the Santorini at http://www.condogallery.com.sg/the-santorini/. The theme for this condo project is a Greek one. It takes up eight city blocks of real estate space. There is plenty of room available with choosing from the one to five bedroom floor plans. We got three for our family. One bedroom for us, another for our child and another for relatives who may visit that can be used by our second child planned later on.
The Santorini is really close to the Tampines regional Center. If you like shopping, that is the place you want to live close to. The TPE, KPE and PIE highway systems are also very close. The artist rendition of the grand entrance to the Santorini shows a covered portico and a waterfall you can drive right under without getting wet. You have to see the pictures. The swimming pool set to be in the middle of the condo complex is absolutely huge. I have never seen anything like it on the drawing board! It has sunken lounges that are covered pavilion structures for two that are surrounded by water.
The Greek theme is apparently going to abound at the Santorini. It is right up our alley for a home investment opportunity in Singapore. We can hardly wait for it to be built so we can move right in and start enjoying all of the amenities. We keep looking over the brochure a couple times a week. We get updates on the construction progress. My wife could not resist packing away a few of the items we do not use. She wants to be ready to go in a hurry. Me too actually. I have packed up my trophies from secondary school and other knick-knacks in anticipation of our big move.