Watergardens at Canberra

Watergardens at Canberra is a new 99-year leasehold condominium by United Venture  Development, which is jointly owned by UOL Venture Investment, Singapore Land Group and Kheng  Leong Company. The development will be located in District 27 on Canberra Drive and occupy a site area of 27,566 sqm. There will be a total of 448 units, and given its location, it has a lot of potential due to various transformations in the area.

(Picture: Artist Impression of Watergardens at Canberra) 

As mentioned before, the new condominium will be located on Canberra Drive and has easy car access towards Sembawang Road. Major expressways such as Seletar Expressway (SLE) and the  Central Expressway (CTE) are about a 10-minute drive away. As for public transportation,  Watergardens at Canberra is within walking distance to Canberra MRT station which is only 5  minutes away. This will give residents access to the North-South Line, making it convenient for residents who work in the City as it is a direct train. Bus services are also available at Canberra MRT  station and opposite the station.  

The Watergardens at Canberra is surrounded by many shopping centres that cater to everyone.  Some malls are Canberra Plaza, Sembawang Shopping Centre, Sun Plaza, Northpoint City, and  Causeway Point. Canberra Plaza is located right at the MRT station, making it just a short walk away.  There is also an NTUC Fairprice within the mall, allowing fuss-free grocery shopping for future residents.  

When it comes to educational institutions, the neighbourhood does not fall short of others. There are many schools that cater to all ages, all within close proximity to the condominium. Ahmad Ibrahim  Primary & Secondary School, Sembawang Primary School, and Yishun Primary School are all within  1km from the development. Others such as Canberra Secondary School, Sembawang Secondary  School, and Northland Secondary School are also located close by, and Yishun Innova Junior College and Republic Polytechnic being less than 12 minutes away by car. 

(Picture: Location Map of Watergardens at Canberra) 

The developers on Watergardens at Canberra are well-known developers that have worked on many well-received projects that have stunning designs and top-notch living environments. Buyers can expect to see the same for this development. The condominium will incorporate many water and green features that will blend seamlessly with the different array of facilities the development has to offer. Facilities include a recreation lawn, various pavilions to host dinners and parties, a 50m and  33m lap pool, a gym, function rooms, a jacuzzi alcove, a sensory trail, and many others which will definitely satisfy all ages.  

There is also a new integrated sports and community hub set to open in phases from the end of  2021. This will be the perfect place for families to work out and rejuvenate during the weekends. It will comprise of sports facilities such as a 1,500 sqm gym, 2 swimming pools, an indoor sports hall, and outdoor running trails spanning 3km. Other than sports facilities, this integrated hub also has a  polyclinic, senior care centre, green spaces for community farming, and a hawker centre. Families can also bring their young children to the conserved Old Admiralty House to learn about its rich history.

(Picture: Artist Impression of Watergardens at Canberra)

(Picture: Artist Impression of Watergardens at Canberra) 

Potential buyers will have the choice to choose from 2- to 4-bedroom types and many sub-types.  The development will have a total of 16 blocks with the highest being 5-storeys high, making it a  low-rise development. This means that the blocks will be located relatively close to each other,  ranging from 6-14m apart depending on the stacks chosen. All units are also equipped with a smart home system which will include a smart home hub, a digital door lockset, facilities booking through condo app, and visitor e-invites.

(Picture: Artist Impression of Watergardens at Canberra) 

As for transformations within the area, there are quite a few that are underway and in the pipelines.  Firstly, traveling will be improved with the completion of the North-South Corridor in 2026. This will provide smoother and faster journeys across the city and alleviate the congestion on CTE and other major roads in the area. It will also feature more bus lanes, cycling, and pedestrian paths. Secondly,  Sembawang Shipyard will move to Tuas and the area will be redeveloped into a mixed-use waterfront precinct. This will lead to more opportunities to rejuvenation of the area. Thirdly, based on the URA Master Plan, the North Coast Innovation Corridor is being developed. They plan to integrate Agri-Food Innovation Park and Woodlands Regional Centre with the farms and Senoko  Food Zone. This will result in many jobs brought closer to residents and supporting facilities and amenities will enhance the quality of living with the area, increasing the desirability of properties in the region. There are still many transformations in the works for the North area. If you would like to find out more, contact us for a discussion today.

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