The Signature executive condo is located between Yishun Street 51 and Yishun Avenue 1. Just across Yishun Avenue 1 are the low-rise cluster houses of The Shaughnessy. Beyond that is the rolling greenery of the Orchid Country Club & Golf Course, which fringes the blue waters of the Lower Seletar Reservoir.
This is a plum site that has one of the widest views of the reservoir. Directly in front is the narrowest point of The Shaughnessy, with just 3 rows of terrace houses before the Orchid Country Club golf course. In fact, the western corner of Shaughnessy is empty, so even lower floor units at that corner of the Signature executive condo, will get nice green views. Signature at Yishun is located beside the Criterion EC.
On the east side of The Shaughnessy, is the 5 storey high Miltonia Residences. Which means that Signature at Yishun will get a wide 150% view of the undulating golf course green, and a good length of the reservoir. This is certainly one of the best EC sites around, if you want to come home to tranquil water and scenic greenery views.
1) The first SG50 luxury executive condominium inspired by Yishun’s rich cultural and natural heritage. Signature at Yishun will have an iconic clubhouse designed with a classic pineapple monogram (that pays tribute to Yishun of the past famed for its luxuriant pineapple plantations) as well as other luxury pampers such as Poolside Cabanas, Hydrotherapy Alcove, Spa Beds and 3G Fitness Cove. There will also be a host of heritage-inspired facilities such as “Chapteh” Terrace and “Five Stones” Water Pods which are modern interpretations of traditional icons.
2) The first SG50 executive condominium that will be launched with affordable prices and unique marketing fanfare.
3) The interior finishes are designed by Peter Tay who won the Designer of the Year, President’s Design Award 2014. He is famed for designing the homes of celebrities such as, Zhang Ziyi, Stephanie Sun, David Gan, among others. A favourite among well known brands, he has designed interiors for SC Global, Richard Mille, Manolo Blahnik and Armani Casa.