The botany at dairy farm is a 99 years leasehold development by chinese developer, with 386 units of 1BR to 5BR condos. It is located near Hillview MRT station and within walking distance to a variety of shopping malls, restaurants and cafes. It is expected to attract upgraders, investors and those who would enjoy living near a nature reserve and having an extensive morning nature walk just steps away.
The units in this development come with porcelain tiles and marble accents for common areas while bedrooms use vinyl (standard too, for mass market developments). Ceiling height is 2.8m. Kitchens are fitted with appliances by German maker Bosch – fridge, oven and gas hob with dishwasher and washer dryer as well as a sink from Villeroy and Boch. Bathrooms have sanitary wares by Grohe and mixers by Franke.
A 10:1 student-faculty ratio and a strong emphasis on experiential learning make the dairy science major a great choice for students seeking a broad-based understanding of dairy industry issues. The major’s focus on dairy cattle management, agribusiness, technical services and consulting, research and teaching prepares graduates for 21st century careers in the dairy industry.
As with Midwood, the biggest challenge for buyers here will be its proximity to MRT. While it is a short walk to Hillview, the MINDEF facility here is located further out, making it less convenient for commuters than Midwood.