For as little as $25.8 million, you may own a Good Class Bungalow (GCB) in the very desirable Raffles Park GCB Area in District 11 near The Continuum, The Continuum Showflat, you can also check the Continuum Price. One of the biggest lots in the area, at 11,070 square feet, is located on Cassia Drive. The land rate implied by the asking price is $2.330 per square foot.

Paulyn Chew, senior marketing director at ERA Realty Network, will be the exclusive agent promoting and listing the property on EdgeProp Singapore.

Dan Bube, a San Diego-based American architect, renovated the bungalow’s upper levels 25 years ago. The home is in the Spanish-American style common to Southern California and is divided into two living quarters. In 2013, the left residential wing’s roof and floor were repaired. This GCB has been well-maintained and cared for throughout the years, but it is now ready for renovation.

The house has been in the owners’ family for 70 years, during which time four generations have grown up and flourished there. Although they were hesitant to sell at first, they now believe the moment is ripe to cash in on the property’s substantial equity.

The new owner may design and construct a state-of-the-art GCB to suit his or her every whim and need. Several layout and construction options are made easier by the plot’s general rectangular form. The plot also has an impressive 29.87m of frontage on the roadway.

The bungalow has a prime position at Cassia Drive’s highest point. When completed, the new GCB may enjoy a commanding view over the neighborhood bungalows. The road dead-ends at the end of the block, making it even more secluded. This little cul-de-sac is home to just 19 people.

This plot is desirable for GCB buyers because of its convenient position in the heart of Bukit Timah and its close proximity to many excellent educational institutions. Raffles Girls’ Primary School, Nanyang Girls’ High School, and National Junior College are all located within a kilometer of one other. The Methodist Girls’ School, St. Margaret’s Secondary School, Hwa Chong Institution, and Nanyang Primary School are all within walking distance.

The Downtown Line’s Sixth Avenue and Tan Kah Kee stations are the closest to the GCB. The Pan Island Motorway (PIE) and important highways including Bukit Timah Road, Dunearn Road, and Eng Neo Avenue all provide quick and easy access to the region.

About a ten-minute stroll away, in the shophouses along Greenwood Avenue, you’ll find a variety of conveniences and dining alternatives, including fan favorites like Rubato, Dan’s Steaks, KaSoh, and Baker & Cook. Residents may also visit a nearby FairPrice Express or Cold Storage.

According to Chew, the GCB’s owners are “genuine serious sellers” who have set a competitive price in order to attract serious bidders. She also notes that the asking price is within the range of $24.8 million to $25.7 million established by independent assessments of the property.

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