The Hillshore

The Hillshore @ Pasir Panjang

The Hillshore is an upcoming residential development that is located in District 5, Pasir Panjang planning area. This development belongs to the West Region of Singapore. Its site is flanked by Palisades and the FM Global Centre.

The land parcel of The Hillshore has previous belonged to Gloria Mansion, a 12 storeys high development that housed 31 apartment units. It was successfully acquired by Fraxtor Capital together with a group that was led by Tong Eng’s Teo family in January 2022 during an enbloc sale. It was the first successful collective enbloc sale after the round of cooling measures that was implemented in Dec 2021. The enbloc sale was launched with a reserve price of $69 million and Fraxtor Capital winning price tag was at $70.3 million.

The freehold site has a total land plot of 45,742 square feet and with a gross plot ratio of 1.4. Other nearby developments include Sunstone Hill, Kent Ridge Hill Residences and Bijou.  For any further details about this development Contact Us or Send Email To Us.

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The Hillshore Location Map


The Hillshore Site Plan and Facilities


Amenities Near The Hillshore and Their Approximate Distances

Train Station
Haw Par Villa MRT (CC25) – 0.5km

Bus Stop
Gloria Man (Bus: 143, 30, 51, 10, 188, 200) – 0.1km
Opp Gloria Man (Bus: 200, 188, 143, 10, 30, 51) – 0.1km

Supermarket
Fairprice (NUH Medical Centre) – 0.9km
Cold Storage (One North Fusionopolis) – 1.7km

Shopping Mall
Viva Vista Mall – 1.0km
Icon @ Pasir Panjang – 1.1km

Kindergarten
Pearlbank Montessori Kindergarten – 0.1km
Pasir Panjang Hill Church Kindergarten – 1.0km
White Lodge West Coast – 1.0km
Buttercups Kindergarten (Pasir Panjang) – 1.1km
PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL @ TELOK BLANGAH Blk 2 – 1.8km

Primary School
Fairfield Methodist Primary School – 1.7km

Secondary School
Anglo Chinese Independent School – 1.7km
Fairfield Methodist Secondary School – 1.7km

Junior College
Anglo Chinese Junior College – 1.9km

Tertiary
National University of Singapore – 1.2km
INSEAD – 1.6km
ESSEC Business School – 2.0km

International School
Tanglin Trust School – 1.8km
United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus) – 1.8km
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School in Singapore – 1.8km
The Japanese Primary School – 1.9km

Food Centre
Pasir Panjang Food Centre – 1.8km

Lifestyle
Temasek Club – 1.9km


Highlights of Condo

Transport Network
The Hillshore is approximately 500 m away or 6 minutes’ walk away from the Haw Par Villa MRT Station. This MRT station, which was completed in late 2011, is fully undergrounded and resides below the Pasir Panjang Road and the West Coast Highway. The MRT station is also close proximity to the Wholesale Centre at Pasir Panjang. The upcoming Jurong Region MRT Line is currently under planning to add an extension towards the West Coast area. If successfully in place, this MRT station will be a MRT interchange for this extension and will be servicing as the terminus station for the Jurong Region MRT service line. By then, future residents of The Hillshore will be able to enjoy unparallel conveniences with this important transportation node in the west region.

As of current, the Haw Par Villa MRT station is one of the service stations for the MRT Circle Line. This MRT service line is the fourth one of the MRT network and started its operations in 2009. This fully undergrounded MRT service line is of medium capacity and currently approximately 35.5 kilometres in length with a total of 30 MRT stations serving it. As of now, this MRT service line is running an incomplete loop from the Harbourfront MRT Interchange Station, which located in the Southern tip of Singapore island to the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange Station that is located in the city area via the Bishan MRT Interchange Station that is located in the Central Region of the island. The time taken to travel from 1 end of this MRT service line to the other will be approximately 1 hour. This MRT service line is fully driverless and automated and is one of the lines in the world is that driverless.

The route of the MRT Circle Line starts its operation from the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange Station, which is also the MRT service station for both the MRT North East Line as well as the MRT North South Line. It then will then head east and running parallel to the Raffles Boulevard and the Bras Basah Road with stopovers at the Bras Basah MRT Station and the Esplanade MRT Station. It then joins the MRT Circle Line extension at the Promenade MRT Interchange Station which is also the interchange station for the MRT Downtown Line. The extension at the Promenade MRT Interchange will westwards to the Bayfront MRT Interchange Station and terminates at the Marina Bay MRT Interchange Station.

The other route the MRT Circle will take at the Promenade MRT Interchange Station will be heading the north direction to the East region which will see it pass below Kallang Basin with stopover at the Nicoll Highway MRT Station and then the Stadium MRT Station. It then runs parallel to the Old Airport Road and the Stadium Boulevard towards the Mountbatten MRT Station and the Dakota MRT Station. It then continues its journey towards the north direction which it will run parallel with the Paya Lebar Road as well as the Upper Paya Lebar Road with stops at the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange Station (which is also one of the MRT stations for the MRT East West Line), the Macpherson MRT Interchange Station, which also interchanges with the MRT Downtown Line, as then the Tai Seng MRT Station.

At the Tai Seng MRT Station, the MRT Circle Line then curves in the general direction of the west with stops at the Bartley MRT Station, the Lorong Chuan MRT Station, the Serangoon MRT Interchange Station, the Bishan MRT Interchange Station and the Marymount MRT Station. The Serangoon MRT Interchange Station is also the interchange for the MRT North East Line while the Bishan MRT Interchange Station is also the service station for the MRT North South Line.

The MRT Circle Line then continues towards the direction of southwest towards the Caldecott MRT Interchange Station, which also interchanges with the new MRT Thomson East Coast Line. It then passes below the Cemetery of Bukit Brown towards the Botanic Gardens MRT Station, which is also the service centre for the MRT Downtown Line and then stopover at the Farrer Road MRT Staiton, the Holland Village MRT Station and then the Buona Vista MRT Station which is also the interchange station fot the MRT East West Line. It then heads down to the one-north MRT Station, the Kent Ridge MRT Station and the Haw Par Villa MRT Station.

At Haw Par Villa MRT Station, this MRT service line will then curves in the direction towards the east and will run along beneath the West Coast Highway towards the Pasir Panjang MRT Station, the Labrador MRT Station and the Telok Blangah MRT Station which it will eventually terminate its route at the Harbourfront MRT Station.

The MRT Circle is also currently having its extension constructed which will link up this MRT service line from the Harbourfront MRT Interchange Station directly to the Marina Bay MRT Interchange Station. This extension, which is scheduled to be ready by 2025, will have 3 more additional MRT Station along this extension which are the Keppel MRT Station, the Cantonment MRT Station and the Prince Edward Road MRT Station. With this extension in place, it will close up the loop of the MRT Circle Line.

As for future residents of The Hillshore, they just need to travel 3 MRT stations from the Haw Par Villa MRT Station towards the direction of the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange Station to arrive at the Buona Vista MRT Interchange Station where they could easily interchange to the MRT East West Line. If they travel in the opposite direction at the Haw Par Villa MRT Station for 4 MRT stations, they will arrive at the Harbourfront MRT Interchange Station where the MRT North East Line is readily available. And with the completion of the extension, they could also access to the MRT Thomson East Coast Line and the MRT North South Line which is available at the Marina Bay MRT Interchange Station that is located just 8 MRT stations away.

For future residents of The Hillshore who drives, the development is located just less than 20 minutes of driving away from the Central Business District, while the Orchard Shopping district is also approximately under 20 minutes away with the step of the gas pedal. Though The Hillshore is located in the West Region, it does not mean that future residents will need to have long traveling to catch their flights. The distance from the development to Singapore Changi International Airport will be only under 40 minutes of driving. The next-door West Coast Highway will also easily lead future residents to other major expressways such as the Ayer Rajah Expressway, the Central Expressway, the Marina Coastal Expressway and the East Coast Parkway.

Amenities
This estate has been rapidly changed for its better during these few years. The strategical locality of the Pasir Panjang District has put it close to many amenities. Future residents could easily find shopping and dining options at the Harbourfront Centre as well as the Vivo City that are just short drives away. Alternatively, they could also take a short ride on the MRT to reach these 2 lifestyle venues.

The Vivo City is an evocative lifestyle, entertainment and retail destination which has always been stimulating and surprising its visitors through its vivid mixture of entertainment and retail concepts. This mall features wide open-air spaces intended for waterfront entertainment and relaxation. The mall also has a full year exciting events and festival that packs its calendar which has been attraction visitors locally but also those from overseas. This mall has more than 142,000 square metres of retail and commercial spaces that spans over 3 above ground levels and 2 levels in its basement. The mall aims to induces an experience in lifestyle that is stimulating, modern and can be access by anyone, a venue that has energy bubbling with vitality flowing. Vivo City was recognized as one of Singapore’s best retail malls by Forbes in 2016. Future residents will be easy to access to this mall as it is interconnected to its basement level via the Harbourfront MRT Interchange Station exit point.

Harbourfront Centre is strategically connected to the Vivo City as well as a centre for international cruise. This exciting mall creates a entirely dynamic shopping environment for absolutely anyone. This exciting retail mall comprises of 3 levels of retail spaces which offers almost everything from sporting equipment, F&B, fashion, electronic products, essential services and many more. Getting to this mall for future residents will be a breeze as it is linked to the Harbourfront MRT Interchange Station and there are other public transportation system that are located close to this mall.

To access to cheap and delicious hawker fare, future residents need not travel far, one of the places to grab great food in this neighbourhood will be the Pasir Panjang Food Centre that is located next to the Pasir Panjang MRT Station that is just 1 MRT stop away from the development. This food centre, which was completed in 1978, is a favourite location for my foodies all around Singapore. Here houses rows of food stalls that serves interesting delights. It has a total of 45 food stalls which offers a wide variety of gourmets from Zi Char, Char Kway Tiao, BBQ Seafood, BBQ Chicken Wings to Satays.

Living in The Hillshore will also mean that future residents will be able to access to many parks that are located nearby where they could relax and rest while they could also have some reflections on the history of Singapore. Some of these parks in its vicinity include the Hort Park, the Mount Faber Park and the Kent Ridge Park.

Hort Park is a comprehensive hub for gardening resource that gathers activities of retail, research, education, recreation and gardening related all under one roof. This park is a centre for knowledge for gardening and plants, offering solutions and ideas for planting as well as providing a stage for those in the horticulture segment for sharing and showcasing their best practices, garden service, products and designs.

The Kent Ridge Park is rich in history as it was one of the last battling grounds for World War 2 in Singapore. This park is ideal for historians and families to get to know more about Singapore’s heritage. For fitness buffs, they can have their warmups done at the fitness stations situated around this park prior to their runs on its tracks. This park also has a huge wildlife biodiversity and natural vegetation which has drawn many nature lovers to here. The park features a nature pond that has fishes and turtles teeming in it on its east side. There is also a boardwalk that is elevated, known as the Canopy Walk that connects to the Hort Park. Future residents will be able to catch a glimpse of lizards, squirrels, doves and sunbirds here. They could also hear birds chirpings and insects humming as they walk through the park’s winding tracks towards the ridge foot where 2 ponds are located.

Schools
The development is located in an estate that is ideal for both foreign and local students. The well-established NUS is enveloped by the NUH. With a few kilometres is also where the Asia Campus for INSEAH is located.

Whereas for young kids, the Fairfield Methodist Primary School is within 2 km from the development. Secondary School. The Hillshore is also within 2 km from the Anglo Chinese Independent School, the Fairfield Methodist Secondary School as well as the Anglo Chinese Junior College.

Within short distances from the development will be international education institutions such as the Tanglin Trust School, the United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus), the Waseda Shibuya Senior High School in Singapore and The Japanese Primary School.


The Hillshore Factsheet

The Hillshore Factsheet

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