Belgravia Ace is an all-new cluster landed development situated on Belgravia Drive off Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 in District 28. The magnificent site is the last installment of the Belgravia freehold home cluster development by Tong Eng Group. The first phase was Belgravia Villas, which was completed in 2014 as the first phase. It was followed by Belgravia Green, in 2018. Both developments have been sold out for the last few years.
Belgravia Ace’s landed home site is awe-inspiring. It is located in an unspoilt landlocked property area with a low-rise environment that reduces the fear one may experience in the city. It is also located in the mature Ang Mo Kio estate that offers a variety of amenities and convenience is not compromised regardless of the privacy Belgravia Ace entails.
Belgravia Ace is also accessible via personal and public transportation. It is easily accessible via by the Central Expressway(CTE) as well as a bus stop on Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 which serves six buses. The closest MRT Station that you will find is Yio Chu Kang and Ang Mo Kio which both serve passengers on the North South Line and they are just 5 minutes from each other.
Children who attend school need to have confidence in living in Belgravia Ace. The area is surrounded by famous educational institutions from the primary to the tertiary levels like that of the Rosyth School, Fernvale Primary School, Jing Shan Primary School, Anderson Secondary School, Bowen Secondary School and Nanyang Polytechnic all within a two-kilometre distance.
Why should you invest in Belgravia Ace?
Development of high quality The property is well planned and a freehold residential estate with a well-known developer.
A beautiful and serene spot: Belgravia Ace at Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 is situated in the cool and charming Seletar Hills neighbourhood.
Unique residence: Belgravia Hills mirrors the gorgeous and wealthy Central London district, Belgravia.
Large living Space for living that is comfortable and each property is spacious enough to accommodate two cars.
Important features: Belgravia Ace is equipped with important facilities such as the lounge, the cocktail garden, lifts for homes Jacuzzi, wellness pool kids’ playground, steam and sauna area as well as a relaxation area.
Excellent schools educational institutions such as Ai Tong School are a just a short drive away.
Connectivity seamless: Tampines Expressway (TPE), Seletar Expressway (SLE) as well as Central Expressway (CTE) are easily accessible.
Close to shopping centers Many restaurants and malls are located close by i.e Seletar Mall, Greenwich V. & Nex shopping mall.
Affordable price: Belgravia Ace are quite affordable when compared to properties located in central regions which are accompanied with more PSF.
Belgravia Ace Developer was founded in the late 1940s. Teo Thye Chor, along with his younger brother, Teo Thye Hong, relocated away from Hui An district of Fujian, China, to Singapore in search of a better future. To overcome early obstacles they formed the Tong Eng Brothers after the Second World War, engaging in the business of trading electrolytic tinplates that were used to make bottles and cans.
In response to the need for post-war restoration in 1950, the family were anticipating a rise in the need for accommodation and decided to diversify their business into commercial or residential property growth. An ardent visionary, Teo Thyechor saw the potential of the undeveloped area in The Paya Lebar district and purchased the land. Tong Eng continued to develop the land as the first industrial estate in the vicinity.
The brothers continued to collect more greenfield land within the residential areas of the city like Changi, Upper Serangoon Road, Yio Chu Kang and Pasir Panjang and accumulated more than 40 ha of freehold land.
Tong Eng established a few of these land areas into properties to lease to British forces that were stationed in Singapore in the early days of Singapore. Important tasks as age comprised consisting of Changi Grove, West Sea Garden in Pasir Panjang, Tong Kong Gardens in Upper Paya Lebar and Tong Eng Heights that is now Changi Heights.