November 2015



I f you’ve had enough of Singapore suburbia, pokey high- rises or paying rent to a landlord every month, there are other options. We know that very few of us can afford a landed bungalow here, but just across the border in Malaysia, it’s a distinct possibility. In a quiet enclave of residences set between two canal waterways and cradled by a natural mangrove forest, some gorgeous new bungalows are being built – 17 of them to be precise; part of the prestigious Leisure Farm development. Leisure Farm, just over the Second Link in Malaysia, was established by Mulpha International Bhd (also the owners of prominent Australian resorts, Hayman Island and Sanctuary Cove) and is a gated community of expats and Singaporeans spread across 1,765 acres. Each of the new double-storey bungalow units has a built-up area of between 4,120 and 4,498 square feet, and makes the most of countryside living with the convenience of an urban lifestyle. The overall design takes a modern architectural approach while incorporating classic elements too, especially in the entrance and the roof. The main focus has been to create a transparency between spaces and to blend the

ESCAPETO THE COUNTRY Built-up area: 4,120 – 4,498 sq. ft Bedrooms: 5 Type: Bungalow Location: Iskandar Malaysia



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