Sentosa Cove

Sentosa Cove

The World’s Most Desirable Address

Modern House @ Sentosa CoveLocated on the tranquil eastern coast of Sentosa Island, Sentosa Cove is Singapore’s first and most exclusive marina residential community that offers tropical resort living just minutes from the hustle and bustle of city life in mainland Singapore.

First conceptualised by Bernard Spoerry who designed the renowned Port Grimaud in France, Sentosa Cove’s master plan was subsequently updated by McKerrell Lynch Architects from Australia and Klages, Carter & Vail from America into one of the world’s most prestigious marina residential communities, blending modern and innovative residential design with the natural tropical environment.

Renowned for its world-class infrastructure and political stability, Singapore also boasts a vibrant arts and cultural scene, as well as exciting leisure and entertainment amenities.

Sentosa Cove is divided into two main areas, the North Cove, and the South Cove. Each cove comprises both bungalow and condominium residential plots, with most units configured to either face the artificially-created sheltered waterways, or the open sea. Straddling between the two is a planned commercial area, known as the Marina Village, which includes a hotel and a marina.

Sentosa CoveThe North Cove has three artificial islands called Coral Island, Paradise Island and Treasure Island, all of which are surrounded by an artificial marina enclosed by an outer ring of reclaimed land. Collectively, the North Cove will have 1,528 residential units comprising of 214 bungalows, 30 terraced houses, and 1,284 condominium units.

There are six condominium sites, of which four were successful sold to private developers. The Azure by Centrepoint Homes, and The Oceanfront @ Sentosa Cove by City Developments Limited each held very successful sales campaigns, with units being booked very rapidly even before their respective launches in 2006. Two other plots, known as the Berth by the Cove (awarded to Ho Bee Group) and the Baywater Collection of three condominium parcels, were expected to be launched soon. There are also two significant sites for landed housing, namely the Hillside Collection, and the Lakefront Collection.

Bungalow plots in the South Cove were launched only in the second half of 2006 after the successful sale of most plots in the North Cove, with an eventual total of 156 units. Another 816 condominium units in four sites are also to be sold, for a total of 972 homes in the South Cove. Demand for these homes is expected to be higher than in the north due to the better sea views offered. With a geographic configuration similar to the north, it also has a sheltered waterway with two artificial islands (Pearl Island and Sandy Island).

Singapore. The world-class advantage.

  • Internationally acclaimed for its excellent infrastructure, political stability, vibrant arts and cultural scene.
  • Globally recognised as one of the top investment locations due to Singapore’s real estate infrastructure and transparency.
  • The world’s fourth largest FOREX trading centre.
  • Full compliance with the International Maritime Organisation’s security requirements and constant maritime vigilance of port and waterways by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, ensure total security and peace of mind within her sheltered waters.

Sentosa Cove. Just minutes from the city centre.

A stone’s throw from the Central Business District is Singapore’s premier island resort of Sentosa. And located on its tranquil eastern shore is Sentosa Cove, exclusive yet easily accessible to the rest of Singapore.

  • 2 minutes to HarbourFront MRT Station
  • 10 minutes to Raffles Place Central Business District
  • 15 minutes to Orchard Road, Singapore’s reowned hotel and shopping belt
  • 20 minutes to Singapore Changi Airport

Milestones

1986 Cabinet approved plans for redevelopment of Buran Darat Island (part of Sentosa Cove).
1992 First master planner Bernard Spoerry was engaged to conceptualise Sentosa Cove.
1993 The Master Plan for Sentosa Cove was approved by URA.
1996 The Master Plan was reviewed and modified by Mickerrell Lynch and subsequently by Klages Carter Vail.
2003 First Sale of Site.
2006 Completion of first residence.