Specifications

Project NameSky Vue
DeveloperAllamanda Residential Development Pte Ltd
ArchitectDCA Architects
Site AreaApprox. 129,135.7 sq ft
No. Of Unit694 Residential Units
District20
TenureLeasehold 99 years
Expected TOP31 October 2017
Carpark694 + 6 handicapped lots
Unit Types
  • 1-bedroom: 484 to 592 sqft (120 Units)

  • 2-bedroom: 678 to 850 sqft (200 Units)

  • 2-bedroom (Suite): 797 to 915 sqft (192 Units)

  • 3-bedroom: 1141 to 1259 sqft (174 Units)

  • Penthouse: 1744 to 1905 sqft (8 Units)
  • 1. FOUNDATION
    Reinforced concrete piles and/or bored piles and/or raft footing

    2. SUPERSTRUCTURE
    Reinforced concrete structure and/or steel structure

    3. WALL
    Internal Wall : Reinforced concrete and/or brick/block wall and/or dry wall partition
    External Wall : Reinforced concrete and/or brick/block wall

    4. ROOF
    Flat Roof
    -Reinforced concrete roof with appropriate heat insulation and waterproofing system

    5. CEILING
    Residential Units
    Living/Dining, Open Kitchen, Bedrooms, Passageway, Store, Utility, Yard, Balcony, Private Enclosed Space (PES) :
    -Plaster and/or skim coat and/or ceiling board with paint finish
    Kitchen, Bathrooms, Powder Room and WC :
    -Ceiling board with paint finish

    Common Areas
    Lift Lobbies :
    -Ceiling board with paint finish
    Carpark and Staircases
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish

    6. FINISHES
    (A) WALL
    Residential Units
    Living/Dining, Bedrooms, Passageway, Store/Shoe Cabinet, Utility and Yard :
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish
    Open Kitchen
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish and/or homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles and/or reinforced high-pressure laminate panels
    Kitchen, Bathrooms and Powder Room :
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles and/or reinforced high-pressure laminate panels
    WC
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles
    Private Enclosed Space (PES) and Balcony
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with spray textured paint finish and/or paint finish
    Common Areas Lift Lobbies at Basement and 1st to 5th Storey and 7th Storey :
    -Reinforced high-pressure laminate panels and/or homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles and/or plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish
    Typical Floor Lift Lobbies
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles and/or : plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish
    Staircases, Basement Carpark and Corridors :
    -Plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish

    Note
    – Wall finishes up to false ceiling height and on exposed surfaces only.
    – No tiles behind kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, mirrors, behind and below long baths, and above false ceiling.

    (B) FLOOR
    Residential Units
    Living/Dining, Open Kitchen and Passageway
    i) Types A, B1, B2 and C
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with composite timber skirting
    ii) Type PH
    -Marble with matching skirting
    Utility and Yard
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with matching skirting
    Bathrooms, Powder Room, Kitchen and WC
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles

    Bedrooms
    i) Type A
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with composite timber skirting
    ii) Types B1, B2, C and PH
    -Timber parquet with composite timber skirting, or laminated flooring with composite timber skirting
    Store/Shoe Cabinet :
    -Same finishing as area outside Store/Shoe Cabinet
    Private Enclosed Space (PES) and Balcony :
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with matching skirting

    Common Areas
    Lift Lobbies at Basement, 1st to 5th Storey and 7th Storey:
    -Natural stone and/or homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with matching skirting

    Typical Floor Lift Lobbies/Corridor
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with matching skirting

    Communal Roof Gardens
    -Natural stone and/or homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles and/or pebble wash and/or timber deck with part planting

    Staircases – Basement to Half Landing between 1st and 2nd Storey :
    -Homogeneous and/or ceramic tiles with nosing tiles

    Staircases – Half Landing between 1st and 2nd Storey to Roof :
    -Cement sand screed with nosing tiles

    7. WINDOWS
    Unitized curtain wall system and/or aluminium framed windows with tinted, clear or frosted glass where appropriate.

    8. DOORS
    Residential Units
    Main Entrance
    -Fire-rated timber door
    Bedrooms, Bathrooms and Powder Room
    -Hollow core timber door
    Store/Shoe Cabinet
    -Cabinet door
    Kitchen
    -Timber framed glass door
    Yard
    -Aluminium framed bi-fold door
    Utility
    -Aluminium framed bi-fold door
    WC
    -Aluminium framed bi-fold door
    Balcony
    -Aluminium framed glass door
    Private Enclosed Space (PES)
    -Low metal grille gate

    Note: Selected locksets and ironmongery shall be provided to all doors.

    9. SANITARY FITTINGS
    Residential Units
    Master Bathroom
    i) Type A
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer
    -1 shower screen complete with integrated handle and towel rail, and shower mixer set
    -1 water closet
    -1 paper roll holder
    -1 mirror
    ii) Types Bl, B2 & C
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer
    -1 shower screen complete with shower mixer set, 1 water closet, 1 paper roll holder, 1 towel rail, 1 mirror
    iii) Type PH
    -2 wash basins and basin mixers
    -1 long bath complete with bath and shower mixer set
    -1 shower screen complete with shower mixer set
    -1 water closet
    -1 paper roll holder
    -1 towel rail
    -1 mirror
    Other Bathrooms
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer
    -1 shower screen complete with shower mixer set
    -1 water closet
    -1 paper roll holder
    -1 towel rail
    -1 mirror
    Powder Room
    -1 wash basin and tap
    -1 water closet
    -1 paper roll holder
    -1 hand towel rail
    -1 mirror
    WC
    -1 water closet
    -1 wash basin with tap
    -1 shower set
    -1 paper roll holder
    Open Kitchen
    -1 sink with mixer
    Kitchen
    -1 sink with mixer
    -1 water point for refrigerator (for Type PH only)
    Yard
    -1 sink with tap (for Type PH only)
    Private Enclosed Space (PES) and Balcony :
    -1 bib tap .

    Note:
    – Storage shelves and/or drawers will be provided in all bathrooms and powder room except WC, but will vary in design depending on unit type.
    – 1 bib tap will be provided for washing machine.

    10. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    11. TV / CABLE SERVICES / FM / TELEPHONE POINTS
    Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    12. LIGHTNING PROTECTION
    Lightning Protection System shall be provided in accordance with Singapore Standards SS 555 Parts 1-4: 2010

    13. PAINTING
    a) External Wall : Spray textured paint finish and/or paint finish to designated area
    b) Internal Wall : Paint finish

    14. WATERPROOFING
    Waterproofing shall be provided in bathrooms, powder room, kitchen, yard, WC, balcony, PES and reinforced concrete flat roof.

    15. DRIVEWAYS AND CAR PARK
    Basement and podium car parks and driveways shall be of reinforced concrete finish with floor hardener. Surface driveway/drop-off point shall be of stone finish and/or concrete paver.

    16. RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
    a) 50m Lap Pool with Sun Deck
    b) Leisure Pool with Aqua Deck
    c) Spa Pool
    d) Children’s Splash Pool
    e) Rain Garden
    f) Hammock Lawn
    g) BBC, pits
    h) Living Pavilion
    i) Dining Pavilion with Party Lawn
    j) Function Rooms
    k) Reading Room
    l) Party Rooms
    m) Steam Rooms
    n) Karaoke/Screening Room
    o) Reading Pods
    p) Gymnasium
    q) Outdoor Fitness Station
    r) Tennis Court
    s) Children’s Playground
    t) Sky Walk
    u) Sky Gym
    v) Sky Lounge
    w) Sky Dream

    17. ADDITIONAL ITEMS
    (a) Kitchen Cabinets and Appliances
    i) Types A, B1 and B2 :
    -Kitchen cabinets complete with solid surface worktop, single bowl stainless steel kitchen sink and mixer tap, electrical hob (only for Types A and B1) or gas hob, electric hood, microwave oven, refrigerator and washer cum dryer.
    ii) Type C :
    -Kitchen cabinets complete with solid surface worktop, single bowl stainless steel kitchen sink and mixer tap, gas hob, electric hood, oven and refrigerator. Washer cum dryer provided in yard.
    iii) Type PH :
    -Kitchen cabinets complete with solid surface worktop, double bowl stainless steel kitchen sink and mixer tap, gas hob, electric hood, oven, refrigerator and dishwasher. Washer and dryer provided in yard.

    (b) Wardrobes
    -Wardrobes provided in all bedrooms

    (c) Shoe Cabinet
    -1 shoe cabinet provided in each unit

    (d) Security and Access
    -Audio Intercom System provided in each unit. Card Access System. Automatic Car Barrier System

    (e) Air-Conditioning
    i) Types A, B and C :
    -Single/multi-split air-conditioning system with wall mounted fan coil unit for Living/Dining and all Bedrooms
    ii) Type PH :
    -Concealed ducted fan coil unit for Living/Dining and wall mounted fan coil unit for all Bedrooms
    (f) Hot Water Supply :
    -Hot water supply to kitchen and all bathrooms except for WC, Powder room and Yard.
    (g) Gas Supply :
    -Town gas supply to kitchen where gas hob is provided
    (h) Datapoint :
    -Data outlet points complete with Category 6 or other appropriate cabling in Living/Dining and all Bedrooms
    (i) Private Enclosed Space (PES), :
    -Metal railing Balcony and A/C Ledge
    (j) Yard :
    -RC parapet wall and/or brick/block wall

    Notes to Specifications
    A. Marble/Compressed

    Marble/Limestone/Granite Marble/compressed marble/limestone/granite are natural stone materials containing veins with tonality differences. There will be colour and markings caused by their complex mineral composition and incorporated impurities. While such materials can be pre-selected before installation, this non-conformity in the marble/compressed marble/limestone/granite as well as non-uniformity between pieces cannot be totally avoided. Granite tiles are pre-polished before laying and care has been taken for their installation. However, granite, being a much harder material than marble, cannot be re-polished after installation. Hence, some differences may be felt at the joints. Subject to clause 14.3 of the sales and purchase agreement, the tonality and pattern of the marble, limestone or granite selected and installed shall be subject to availability.

    B. Timber Strips
    Timber strips are natural materials containing veins and tonal differences. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in their selection and installation. Timber strips are also subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Natural timber that is used outdoors will become bleached due to sunlight and rain. Thus, the cycle of maintenance on staining will need to be increased as required. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17 of the sales and purchase agreement.

    C. Air-Conditioning System
    To ensure good working condition of the air-conditioning system, the system has to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis by the Purchaser. This includes the cleaning of filters, clearing of condensate pipes and charging of gas. The Purchaser is advised to engage his/her own contractor to service the air-conditioning system regularly.

    D. Television and/or Internet Access
    The Purchaser is liable to pay the annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to the television and/or internet service providers or any other relevant party or any relevant authorities. The Vendor is not responsible to make arrangements with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective channels and/or internet access.

    E. Materials, Fittings, Equipment, Finishes, Installations and Appliances
    Subject to clause 14.3 of the sales and purchase agreement, the brand, colour and model as specified for all materials, fittings, equipment, finishes, installations and appliances to be supplied shall be provided subject to Architect’s selection and market availability.

    F. Layout/Location of Wardrobes, Cabinets, Fan Coil Units, Electrical Points, Television Points, Telecommunication Points, Audio Intercom System, Door Swing Positions, Sliding Door
    Positions and Plaster Ceiling Boards Layout/Location of wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, fan coil units, electrical points, television points, telecommunication points, audio intercom system, door swing positions, sliding door positions and plaster ceiling boards are subject to Architect’s final decision and design.

    G. Web Portal of the Housing Project
    The Purchaser will have to pay the annual fee, subscription fee or any such fees to the service provider of the Web Portal of the Housing Project as may be appointed by the Vendor or the Management Corporation when it is formed.

    H. False Ceiling
    The false ceiling space provision allows for the optimal function and installation of M&E services. Access panels are allocated for ease of maintenance access to concealed M&E equipment for regular cleaning purposes. Where removal of equipment is needed, ceiling works will be required. Location of false ceiling is subject to the Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    I. Glass
    Glass is manufactured material that is not 100% pure. Invisible nickel sulphide impurities may cause spontaneous glass breakage, which may occur in all glass by all manufacturers. The Purchaser is recommended to take up home insurance covering glass breakage to cover this possible event. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17 of the sales and purchase agreement.

    J. Laminated Flooring
    Laminated flooring is manufactured material which contains tonality differences to match natural wood finish. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in its selection and installation. Laminated floors are installed in modular planks and are subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17 of the sales and purchase agreement.

    K. Mechanical Ventilation System
    Mechanical Ventilation fans and ductings are provided to toilets which are not naturally ventilated. To ensure good working condition of the mechanical ventilation system, the mechanical ventilation system for the exhaust system within internal toilets (where applicable) is to be maintained by the Purchaser on a regular basis.

    L. Wall
    All wall finishes shall be terminated at false ceiling level. There will be no tiles/stone works behind kitchen cabinets/long bath/vanity cabinet/mirror.