Specifications

Project NameThe Boutiq @ Killiney
DeveloperUnique Development Pte Ltd
ArchitectBroadway Malayan
Site AreaTBA
No. Of Units130 Residential Units
District09
TenureFreehold
Expected TOP2014
CarparkTBA
Unit Types
  • 1-bedroom: 582 sqft (42 Units)

  • 2-bedroom: 883 to 938 sqft (78 Units)

  • 1-bedroom Penthouse: 1174 to 1583 sqft (3 Units)

  • 2-bedroom: 1680 to 2304 sqft (5 Units)
  • 1 FOUNDATION
    Foundation – Reinforced concrete bore piles and/or precast concrete piles and/or steel piles.

    2 SUPERSTRUCTURE
    Superstructure – Precast and/or cast in-situ reinforced concrete framed structure to Engineer’s specifications.

    3 WALLS
    (a) External wall
    – Reinforced concrete and/or common brick.
    (b) Internal wall
    – Reinforced concrete and/or common brick and/or block wall and/or dry wall partition and/or precast concrete panel.

    4 ROOF
    Flat roof
    – Reinforced concrete roof with waterproofing and insulation.

    5 CEILING (where applicable)
    (a) Living, Dining, Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Study, Kitchen, Dry Kitchen, Maid’s Room
    – Ceiling board.
    (b) Master Bath, Bath 2, Toilet, Wet Kitchen, Balcony
    – Moisture resistant ceiling board.
    (c) Household Shelter, Store
    – Reinforced concrete slab with skim coat and emulsion paint finish.

    6 FINISHES (where applicable)
    (1) Wall:
    (a) For Apartments
    (i) Living, Dining, Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Study, Kitchen, Dry Kitchen, Maid’s Room, Store
    – Cement and sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.
    (ii) Master Bath (For 1BR, 1BR PH)
    – Marble or homogeneous tiles up to false ceiling. (Note that selection for wall finishes to match floor finishes).
    (iii) Master Bath, Bath 2 (For 2BR, 2BR PH, 3BR PH)
    – Marble up to false ceiling.
    (iv) Toilet, Wet Kitchen
    – Homogeneous tiles up to false ceiling.
    (v) Household Shelter
    – Skim coat with emulsion paint.
    (vi) External wall of Apartment
    – Cement and sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish and/or skim coat with textured paint.
    (b) For Common Areas
    (i) Lift Lobby (for 1st storey area)
    – Granite and/or marble and/or homogeneous tile and/or cement and sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.
    (ii) Lift Lobby (except for 1st storey)
    – Homogeneous tile and/or cement and sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.
    (iii) Common corridor and staircase
    – Cement and sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.

    (2) Floor:
    (a) For Apartments
    (i) Living, Dining, Kitchen (For 1BR, 1BR PH)
    – Marble or timber strip flooring with timber skirting.
    (ii) Living, Dining, Kitchen, Dry Kitchen (where applicable) (For 2BR, 2BR PH, 3BR PH)
    – Marble with timber skirting.
    (iii) Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Study
    – Timber strip flooring with timber skirting.
    (iv) Master Bath (For 1BR, 1BR PH)
    – Marble or homogeneous tiles (Note that selection for floor finishes to match wall finishes).
    (v) Master Bath, Bath 2 (For 2BR, 2BR PH, 3BR PH)
    – Marble.
    (vi) Toilet, Wet Kitchen, Maid’s Room, Store
    – Homogeneous tile with skirting.
    (vii) Household Shelter
    – Homogeneous tile.
    (viii) Internal Staircase (For all PH)
    – Reinforced concrete staircase with timber thread.
    (ix) Balcony, open terrace
    – Homogeneous tile.
    (x) Roof terrace
    – Homogeneous tile and/or pebble wash.
    (b) For Common Areas
    (i) Lift Lobby (for 1st storey area)
    – Granite and/or marble and/or homogeneous tile.
    (ii) Lift Lobby (except for 1st storey)
    – Homogeneous tile with skirting.
    (iii) Common corridor
    – Homogeneous tile with skirting.
    (iv) Common staircase
    – Homogeneous tile and/or pebble wash and/or cement sand screed.

    7 WINDOWS (where applicable)
    (i) Windows
    – Powder-coated aluminium framed glazed windows.
    (ii) Operable screen to balcony, A/C ledge, open terrace
    – Powder-coated aluminium operable screen.

    8 DOORS (where applicable)
    (a) Main Entrance
    – Approved fire-rated timber door.
    (b) Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Master Bath, Bath 2, Toilet, Wet Kitchen, Maid’s Room, Store
    – Timber door or timber door with infill glass or PVC door.
    (c) Balcony, open terrace
    – Aluminium framed sliding or casement swing glass door.
    (d) Household Shelter
    – Approved steel blast door.
    (e) Internal staircase to roof terrace
    – Aluminium framed casement swing glass door.
    (f) Ironmongery
    – Quality locksets and ironmongery to doors.

    9 SANITARY FITTINGS (where applicable)
    (a) Master Bath:
    (i) Vanity top with 1 washbasin and 1 mixer tap
    (ii) 1 shower screen complete with shower set and rainshower
    (iii) 1 wall hung w.c.
    (iv) 1 mirror
    (v) 1 toilet paper holder
    (vi) 1 towel rail
    (b) Bath 2:
    (i) Vanity top with 1 washbasin and 1 mixer tap
    (ii) 1 shower screen complete with shower set and rainshower
    (iii) 1 wall hung w.c.
    (iv) 1 mirror
    (v) 1 toilet paper holder
    (vi) 1 towel rail or towel ring
    (c) Toilet:
    (i) 1 washbasin and tap
    (ii) 1 shower set
    (iii) 1 pedestal w.c.
    (iv) 1 toilet paper holder
    (v) 1 mirror
    (d) Kitchen, Wet Kitchen:
    (i) 1 washing machine bib tap
    (e) Roof Terrace, Private Enclosed Space (PES):
    (i) 1 bib tap

    10 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    (a) Refer to ‘Electrical Schedule’ for details.
    (b) Electrical wiring below false ceiling within the apartments shall generally be concealed where possible.

    11 TV/FM/TELEPHONE
    (a) Refer to ‘Electrical Schedule’ for details.

    12 Lightning Protection
    (a) In compliance with Singapore Standard CP 33: 1996.

    13 Painting
    (a) External wall
    – Emulsion paint and/or textured paint finish.
    (b) Internal wall
    – Emulsion paint.

    14 Waterproofing
    (a) Waterproofing to floors of Master Bath, Bath 2, Toilet, Wet Kitchen, Balcony, Open Terrace, Roof Terrace, RC flat roof as and when required (where applicable).

    15 Driveway and Car Park
    (a) Carpark at basement and carpark ramp
    – Reinforced concrete floor with epoxy coating.
    (b) Drop-off area on 1st storey
    – Granite and/or granolithic pebble wash.

    16 Recreational facilities
    1st Storey
    (a) Porte-Cochere
    (b) Welcome Lounge
    (c) Concierge Counter
    (d) Reading Alcove
    (e) Water Court
    (f) Gourmet Pavilion
    (g) Lap Pool
    (h) Sun Deck
    (i) Wet Lounge
    (j) Hydrotherapy Lounge
    (k) Cabana
    (l) Tanner Fountain
    (m) Aqua Gym
    (n) Sauna
    (o) Putting Green
    (p) Meditation Niche
    (q) Discovery Maze
    (r) Kid’s Paradise

    Sky gardens
    (i) 2nd storey – Relaxation Lounge
    (ii) 4th storey – Adrenaline Alcove
    (iii) 6th storey – Al Fresco Wine & Dine
    (iv) 8th storey – Health & Fitness Milieu
    (iv) 10th storey – Spa Sanctuary

    17 Additional items (where applicable)
    (a) Kitchen cabinets
    – Kitchen cabinets with compressed quartz worktop and stainless steel sink with mixer.
    (b) Kitchen appliances
    – Cooker hood, induction cooker hob, built-in combination steam oven, built-in fridge/freezer, free-standing washing machine, free-standing dryer (Kitchen appliances selection for PH units might differ).
    (c) Built-in Wardrobes
    – Provided for all bedrooms.
    (d) Air-conditioning
    – Ceiling ducted air-conditioning system for Living and Dining.
    – Wall mounted air-conditioning system for Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3.
    (e) Hot water supply
    – Provided to Master Bath, Bath 2, Bath 3, Toilet, Kitchen, Dry Kitchen and Wet Kitchen.
    (f) Security System
    – Audio Video intercom will be provided for each apartment unit.
    – Electronic carpark barrier system will be provided for the vehicular entrance/exist. Card access control system to Basements and 1st Storey Lift Lobbies.
    (g) Jacuzzi provided to open roof terrace (for all PH units).

    NOTES:
    (1) Air-conditioning System

    To ensure good working condition of the air-conditioning system, the system has to be maintained, cleaned and serviced by the Purchaser on a regular basis. This includes the cleaning of filters, clearing of the condensate pipes, topping up of refrigerant, etc.

    (2) Cable Television and Internet Access
    The Purchaser is liable to pay annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to the relevant parties or Authorities and/or Internet Service Providers (ISP). The Vendor is not responsible to make arrangements with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective subscription channels and/or Internet access.

    (3) Materials, Fittings, Equipment, Finishes, Installations and Appliances
    The brand, colour and model of all materials, fittings, equipment, finishes, installations and appliances supplied shall be provided subject to Architect’s selection, market availability and the sole discretion of the Vendor.

    (4) Marble and Granite
    Marble and 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 or 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. The tonality and pattern of the marble or granite selected and installed shall be subject to availability.

    (5) Wardrobes, Kitchen Cabinets, Fan Coil Units, Electrical Points, Door Swing Positions and Plaster Ceiling Boards
    Layout/Location of wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, fan coil units, electrical points, door swing positions and plaster ceiling boards are subject to Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    (6) Warranties
    Where warranties are given by the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers of any of the equipment and/or appliances installed by the Vendor at the Unit, the Vendor shall assign to the Purchaser such warranties at the time when
    possession of the Unit is delivered to the Purchaser, provided always that the Vendor shall not be answerable or responsible to the Purchaser for any failure on the part of the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers to maintain or repair any defects thereto.

    (7) Web Portal of the Housing Project
    The Purchaser will have to pay annual fee, subscription fee or any such fee to the service provider of the Web Portal of the Housing Project as it may be appointed by the Vendor or the management corporation when it is formed.

    (8) Timber
    Timber is a natural material containing grain/vein and tonal differences. Thus it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in its selection and installation. Timber joint contraction/expansion movement due to varying air moisture content is also a natural phenomenon.

    (9) Wall
    No tiles behind/below kitchen cabinet, long bath and mirror. Wall surface above the false ceiling level shall be left in its original bare condition.

    (10) False ceiling
    The space provision allows for the optimal function and installation of M&E services. Access panels are allocated for ease of maintanence access to concealed M&E equipment for regular cleaning purpose. When removal of equipment is needed, ceiling works would be required. Location of false ceiling is subject to Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    (11) Open to sky Areas
    The open-to-sky areas such as pool deck and terraces are not to be enclosed or roofed over.

    (12) Balconies
    Balconies cannot be converted to any other use for any reason whatsoever.

    (13) Facade Maintenance
    For cyclical maintenance work to be carried out to the building facade, owners of units shall allow access to the maintenance team.

    (14) Rooftop
    No structures or other uses are allowed on the rooftop unless otherwise approved by the Competent Authority.

    (15) Colour Selection
    Colours of window frame, glass, screen, building wall are subject to architect’s sole discretion and selection.

    Whilst every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this website, the Developer and its agents shall not be held responsible or liable for any inaccuracies or omissions. All statements are believed to be correct but shall not be regarded as statements or representations of fact. All information and specifications are current at the time of print and subject to change as may be required without prior notice. Nothing herein shall form part of any offer or contract. Visual representations including models, drawings, illustrations, photographs and art renderings portray artistic impressions only and are not to be taken as representations of fact. Floor areas and other measurements are approximate only and are subject to final survey. The Developer shall not be bound by any statements, representations or promises (whether written or oral) by its agents or otherwise, except as expressly set forth in the Sale and Purchase Agreement. The Sale and Purchase Agreement shall form the entire contract between the Developer and the Purchaser and shall supersede all statements, representations or promises (whether written or oral) made prior to the signing of the Sale and Purchase Agreement and shall in no way be modified by any statements, representations or promises (whether written or oral) made by the Developer and its agents unless approved by the Controller of Housing (if required) and expressly agreed to in writing between the parties.