Update: A friend of the owner of the terrace flat informed Mothership that the unit was sold in February 2019. It was sold for S$750,000. We've updated the article with the correct information.
HDB terrace flats are a thing.
Here's one in Whampoa that was sold in 2019 when it still had 52 years on its lease.
The asking price was S$785,000, according to the listing on Carousell.
Sold by a property agent from PropNex, the unit looks quite spacious and has two storeys.
The unit has "designer renovation", an outdoor patio which serves as a private garden, a skylight "shower area", a spacious living or dining area, a common room on the first floor, another common room on the second floor, and a master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe en suite.
It is located at Jalan Bahagia and contains three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Here are some photos of the living room:
Here are photos of the front patio:
Other indoor shots:
And the back patio:
Can be found in Whampoa and Queenstown
According to 99.co, terrace HDB flats can be found at Whampoa and Queenstown.
These were public housing developed by the Singapore Improvement Trust (HDB's predecessor) in the 1950s.
HDB took over the terrace flats in the 1960s and 1970s and they were re-issued with 99-year leases.
Unlike landed houses, these terrace flats do not come with parking space.
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All images via Carousell listing.