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 Mayfair architectural is an understated expression of timeless beauty. This quintessential can be found around the world in all upscale districts. Now, it’s in Singapore, known as the Mayfair Gardens.
|Project Name||Mayfair Gardens|
|Developer||Citrine Property Pte Ltd
Subsidiary of Oxley Holdings Limited
|Developer license no.||C1281|
|Location||8,10,12 and 14 Rifle Range Road|
|Tenure of Land||99-Year Leasehold|
|Site Area||10788.8 sqm|
|Expected Vacant Possession||Vacant Possession: 31 Dec 2024
Legal Completion: 31 Dec 2027
|Description of building||Proposed erection of condominium housing comprising 4 blocks of 5-storey with attic residential flats (Total 215 units), basement carpark, swimming pool and communal facilities on MK 16 Lots 01611N & 01613L at Rifle Range Road (Bukit Timah Area)|
|No. Of Car Park Lots||B1 – 174 (inclusive of 2 visitor lots) Handicap – 3|
|Type||Estimated Size (sqft)||No. Units|
|1 Bedroom +Study||549-753||64|
|2 Bedroom + Study||797-1023||14|
THE LONG AWAITED AFFLUENT LIFESTYLE IN A PRIME DISTRICT
The heritage trail of the former Bukit Timah Railway Station and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve left unfold memories. Precious to the country, they truly bring reminiscence of the olden days to many who have had experiences in them.
Mayfair is an affluent area in the West of London. Living life at its finest best describes what the precinct has to offer. Mayfair Gardens takes after this prestigious name as it is also nestled in an influential district - Bukit Timah, where it shares the same value as Mayfair in London. At Mayfair Gardens, one can truly enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle.
Buildings and institutions that were once part of Bukit Timah's kampong past can still be found in the area today. This trail features a former railway station as well as houses of faith that were once central to the religious and social lives of kampong residents and now serve the same function for their respective congregations.
From King Albert Park MRT station (exit A), walk west down Bukit Timah Road towards the railway truss bridge. There is a path near the bridge that leads towards the former Bukit Timah Railway Station, Constructed in the 1930s, the station was part of a former railway line connecting Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. The railway line ran alongside and sometimes bisected a number of settlements, including Kampong Quarry and Fuyong Estate.
The last stop on this short trail is Hoon San Temple, which is just a street away from Masjid Al-Hula. Built in 1902 by immigrants from Jiazhou village in Fujian, China, Hoon San Temple features interlocking wooden beams which were constructed in the Hokkien style, as well as intricate frescos and murals themed on filial piety and traditional Chinese culture.
You can catch a bus or the MRT to Sixth Avenue. Walk down Sixth Avenue towards laIan Haji Alias, and head towards Masjid Al-Huda. Built in 1925, the mosque was central to the community life of Muslim villagers in the area, which was previously dotted with kampongs until the 1980s.
During World War II (WWII), Bukit Timah was a key target for the Japanese as the British supply depots, reservoirs and the strategic Bukit Timah Hill were all located in the area. This trail explores WWII-related sites as well as places that carry the memories and legacies of the Japanese Occupation.
Bukit Timah consists of a number of social and leisure landmarks that are well-loved by its residents and Singaporeans. This trail covers some of these landmarks including popular eating destinations, Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as vital centres of research and education.
The former Raffles College grounds adjoin the Singapore Botanic Gardens which is the last stop on this trail. Established in 1859, the Gardens is Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Through the years, the Gardens played significant roles in botanical science and conservation.
Experience nature in its pristine form at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, which is a mere 12 km from the bustling city centre. By virtue of Singapore's location on the equatorial belt, the reserve has one of the richest and most diverse ecological systems.
TAY JUNCTION (Otherwise also known as Tay Cycle)
BIKE TECHNICS PTE LTD
Nothing beats a well-connected transport system. At Mayfair Gardens, convenience rests at your doorstep. Go anywhere with no traffic hold-up via the nearest MRT station - King Albert Park, within 5 minutes walk. This centrally located development brings you to the North, South, East and West of the island in a swift.
Dining out becomes so convenient as you will be served by a string of cafes and restaurants or the F&B joints close by. Take a stroll and make a choice. Be pampered and savour on different menu every single day and night.
Occupying the compound that was once the old Bukit Tinian fire station, this is a perfect place for first dates or just to chill out. The,r weekend brunch is delish and absolutely worth it. Also, beer is reasonably priced here!
260 Upper Bukit Timah Road #01-01, Singapore 588190 Operating Flours: 5.30pm -1.00am (Mon to Wed)1130am - 1.00am (Thu & Fri) 9.00am - 1.00am (Sat, Sun & PH)
SPIZE @ TEMASEK CLUB
Nestled in the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve as part of the Temasek Club. Spize@Temasek Club is the latest addition to the Spize family and offers our guest a new dining experience. Spize @ Temasek Club offers the best Spize dishes with a slightly modern twist. Cod Fish in rich fish stock with Baby Bok Choy & Rice Noodles as well as French Cut Lamb Rack with Roasted Cauliflower Puree are some of the exciting new items on offer. Thoughtful detailed interiors, lush surroundings, friendly relaxed service and generous portions are the hallmarks of Spize @ Temasek Club.
131 Rifle Range Road #03-04, Singapore 588406. Operating Hours: 8am - llpm (Mon to Sun & Eve of PH).
GREENWOOD FISH MARKET & BISTRO
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. We offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at this neighbourhood fish shop. Dishes are kept unpretentious and the simple cooking style highlights the freshness of the ingredients. Chef Alan thrives in the kitchen, allowing his creativity and talent to bring forth new levels of cooking through his experimentation.
34/38 Greenwood Avenue, Singapore 289236. Tel: 6467 4950. Operating Hours:12.00pm to 10.30pm daily
RISTORANTE PIZZERIA GIUSEPPE
This is a personal favourite of mine. The lasagna and tiramisu are a must to order. Do ask for their secret off the menu dishes (e.g Lamb Risotto, which is really good), you will be blown away.
29 Greenwood Avenue Hillcrest Park, Singapore 289221 Operating Hours: 12pm - 2.30pm, 6pm - lOpm (Tue to Sun).
SHINYUU JAPANESE RESTAURANT
16 Greenwood Avenue Hificrest Road, Singapore 289209
Operating Hours: 12:00pm - 3:00pm, 6:00pm - 10:00pm Daily
Contact: 6763 4939 or 9688 2996
AJIYA OKONOMIYAKI RESTAURANT
104 falan furong Kechil, Singapore 598603
Operating Hours: 72:00pm - 2.30pm, 5.30pm -10:00pm (rue to Sun)
Contact: 6463 3467
YAKITORI LOUNGE HIBIKI
833 Bukit Timah Road #01-06 Royal Ville, Singapore 279887
Operating Hours: 5pm - 11.30pm Daily
Contact: 6519 6894
The Grandstand 200 Turf Club Road #07-12, Singapore 287994
Operating Hours:12:00pm - 2.30pm, 6.30pm - 10:30pm (Tue to Sun)
Contact: 6468 8826
RISTORANTE DA VALENTINO
Ristorante Da Valentino is an Italian restaurant in Singapore managed by Chef Valentino and his family, together with a team of dedicated staff. Started in July 2005 and located at The Grandstand. Ristorante Da Valentino is a 134-seater restaurant with 3 private rooms, 2 semi-private rooms and 5 cozy 'mini caves' that can seat up to 4 people. The restaurant also serves seasonal dishes just like restaurants in Italy.
200 Turf Club Road #01-19, Singapore 287994. Telephone: 6462 0555
Lunch -12:00pm - 2:30pm (Tue to Sat), 12:00pm - 3:00pm (Sat & Sun)
Dinner - 6:00pm - 10:30pm (Tue to Sun)
UDDERS ICE CREAM
Udders offers kick ass ice cream guararteed to have you moo-ing in satisfaction! Try our delectable local flavours ;think drop-dead &Iran) and potent alcoholic flavours. Might get you high ;)We are proudySngaporear-owned and 100% locally made.
17 Lorong Mat, #01-08 Kits! Court, Singapore 598139. Telephone: 6466 1055
Milking Hours:12om -11pm (Mon to Thu)12pm -12am (Fr) llam -12am (Sat)
11am - 11pm (Sun) Eve of PH TM 12am
DANCING CRAB @ THE GRANDSTAND (TURF CITY)
Dancing Crab is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. Always brimming with life, we bring the emphasis of taste, flavour and service to colorful locations across the world, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.
The Grandstand 200 Turf Club Road #01-20/21, Singapore 287994
(Old Turf Club in Bukit Timah)
Operating Hours: 5.30pm - 10.00pm (Mon to Sun), 11.30am - 3.00pm (Sat, Sun & PH)
MYUNG GA II
If you watch enough Korean variety shows, you will know that Koreans really love what they call Donkasseu (513.90++). This Korean version of tonkatsu features pork cutlet drenched in a slightly sweet and spicy curry sauce. Out of the 10 Korean restaurants in this list, Myung Ga is the only one that sells Donkasseu. Also popular here is their Bibim-naengmyun ($13.90++). The thinly stretched noodles are chewy and smooth enough for anyone to slurp it up in one go.
1 lalan Anak Bukit Bukit Timah Plaza, Singapore 588996
Opening Hours: 12pm - 4pm & 6pm — 9pm (Tue to Sun). Closed on Mondays.
Savour our authentic Nyonya and local fare at Violet's home away from home. Every dish upheld to time-honoured recipes, cooked without shortcuts or compromises, and served with a hearty dose of Peranakan hospitality.
881 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 279393
Operating Hours: 12pm — 10.30pm (Tue to Sun). Closed on Mondays.
Dragon Phoenix (Grand), a traditional and reputable Chinese restaurant with more than four decades of experience. Its Founder, Master Chef Hooi Kok Wai (one of the Singapore's "4 Heavenly Chefs") created popular dishes like the Singapore's first Chilli Crab, Phoenix Spring Chicken, Yam Basket, and Kyoto Pork Ribs. Together with the three other "Heavenly Chefs" (the late Mr Thom Mui Kai, Mr Sin Leong and Mr Lau Yoke Puy), they created the "Lunar New Year Raw Fish", an essential dish during the festive season.
131 Rifle Range Road, Temasek Club, Singapore 588406 (2nd Level Of Block 2)
Operating Hours:11.30pm -3pm, 6pm -10.30pm Daily
For booking enquiries / reservations, please call 6463 3628
Welcome to a unique cluster of éclat living
THE PERFECT BALANCE OF HERITAGE AND LEGACY
Rise to all occasions. Get connected via this brilliant bridge that brings you to a private enclave where you can entertain your guests and loved ones or be entertained by the countless facilities aligned for your stay here.
ENJOY EVENING WORKOUT AT THE PRIVATE AQUA GYM SANCTUARY
Live the London lifestyle and entertain within your home premise at the elegant Clubhouse set for all private functions.
A Board walk of English Tea Pavilions for your afternoon parties.
Invite your friends over for afternoon tea with scones and jam at the pavilion while watching your children having great fun and laughters by the Kids Pool.
Nothing beats the privilege of being atop to enjoy the picturesque views of the renowned Bukit Timah Hill. With 3 open air and lavish spaces, you can truly breathe freely, think freely and live freely.
THE REALM OF OPULENCE
Designed to bring a little of modern English style to your own home, the interior of Mayfair Gardens is filled with an abundance tradition prestige and heritage - timeless, liveable, grand and comfortable. Ravel in the marvels of absolute luxuriance. With ceiling double up to bring you more space-endowed comfort and exclusivity, this is the perfect home you can truly look up to.
Oxley Holdings Limited (“Oxley” or “the Group”) is a home-grown Singaporean property developer. Oxley is principally engaged in the business of property development and property investment. Since its inception, the Group’s accelerated growth has resulted in a burgeoning presence both locally and overseas. It now has a presence across twelve geographical markets.
The Group has a diversified portfolio comprising development and investment projects in Singapore, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, Australia, Japan and Vietnam. Oxley’s expertise does not lie solely in property development; the Group also renders project management and consultancy expertise in Myanmar.
In 2008, with more than a decade of experience in the property and construction industry, Oxley’s founder Mr Ching Chiat Kwong spotted a gap in the market that needed to be filled. He observed that there was an increasing demand for affordable private residential properties amongst young working adults – piqued by an innate desire for a more sophisticated and vibrant lifestyle.
By then, Mr Ching had successfully developed and launched more than 13 property development projects in Singapore, all of which were fully sold within three months of their respective launches.
In mid-2009, Mr Ching, together with current Deputy CEO Mr Eric Low See Ching, as well as substantial shareholder Mr Tee Wee Sien, entered into a joint-venture to develop properties that would impact the industry. This partnership enabled them to leverage on each other’s financial resources and expertise. Oxley Holdings Pte Ltd was incorporated in Singapore on 16 March 2010 as a private company limited by shares. On 13 October 2010, the Company was converted to a public company limited by shares and subsequently renamed “Oxley Holdings Limited”.
Oxley’s success has been attributed to its keen sense of judgement paired with astute foresight. Spotting development trends is an integral aspect of the Group’s work process. Having pioneered the concept of the shoebox apartment wave and swanky business hubs, what now solidifies its reputation and presence both locally and overseas is the boldness that influences and fuels each project.
Key examples of Oxley’s choice developments include Royal Wharf, a waterfront township development in London, The Peak and The Bridge, two mixed-use developments in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, as well as Dublin Landings, the largest mixed-use development in the business district of Dublin, Ireland.
The Group’s willingness to venture out of its comfort zone and its determination never to rest on its laurels have brought it where it is today. Beyond its commercial success however, Oxley is keenly focused on nurturing employees and giving back to the community. As what Mr Ching would say, “Development is about changing the landscape of towns and building communities. Through thoughtful development, we want to create an environment that allows people to build their dreams”.