Photo from Savills Singapore

Newly built shophouses in Moonstone Lane up for sale

The properties are priced at $12.68m.

Two newly built shophouses sitting on a freehold corner plot at 24 and 26 Moonstone Lane are up for sale via an Expression of Interest, according to Savills Singapore.

The two-storey shophouses with attic and balcony occupy two individual titles with a combined freehold site of approximately 2,877 square feet (sq ft.) and a total floor area of around 6,152 sq ft. They have a maximum allowable floor area of approximately 8,632 sq ft combined.

Interested parties are invited to bid for the shophouses individually or collectively. The guide price for 24 Moonstone Lane and 26 Moonstone Lane is $6m and $6.68m respectively. Collectively, the shophouses have a guide price of $12.68m.

The sale closes on Thursday, 9 November 2023, at 3 pm.

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