One Balmoral is a freehold condo development located along Balmoral Road. Developed by Singapore-listed developer Hong Leong Holdings Limited, the condo comprises 2 blocks of 12-storey condominium consisting of 91 units.

One Balmoral Factsheet

Project name: One Balmoral
Developer: Hong Leong Holdings Limited
Address: 1 & 1A Balmoral Road
Tenure: Freehold
Type: Residential
Number of units: 91
Number of carpark lots: 103
Land Size: appx 66,276 sq ft
TOP: 1st half 2016
Concept Architect: ARC Studio
Local Architect: Daewoo Engineering & Construction
Facilities Lap pool, children's pool, jacuzzi, clubhouse, meditation garden, gym, BBQ pavilions, table games pavilion, children's playground, outdoor fitness area

One Balmoral Unit Distribution

One Balmoral Units Mix

Unit Types Bedrooms Size
Type (1)a 1 bedroom 592 sq ft
Type (2)a 2 bedroom 969 sq ft
Type (2)a1 2 bedroom PES 1184 sq ft
Type (2)b 2 bedroom 969 sq ft
Type (2)b1 2 bedroom PES 1184
Type (3)a 3 bedroom 1420 sq ft
Type (3)a2 3 bedroom PRT 2227 sq ft
Type (3)b 3 bedroom 1410 sq ft
Type (3)b1 3 bedroom PES 1786 sq ft
Type (3)c 3 bedroom 1410 sq ft
Type (3)c2 3 bedroom PRT 2313 sq ft
Type (4)a 4 bedroom 1657 sq ft
Type (4)a1 4 bedroom PES 2098 sq ft
Type (4)a2 4 bedroom PRT 2690 sq ft
Type (4)b2 4 bedroom PRT 2292 sq ft
  • Buying into a reputable developer or boutique builder?
  • Lower leasing competition during TOP in the area.
  • Low construction noise.
  • ABSD is the ticket to owning a property in Singapore. It applies to any of your residential purchase. It is needed to keep our property market from running wild.
  • Road Junction: The projects along the road tend to get a better response during resale and leasing periods due to the additional exposure. The developments that are not visible are usually harder to resell and to lease out and also tend to get a lower resale value.
  • The refuse storage and collection system is fully automated and designed such that there will be a minimum nuisance to occupants and neighbouring premises, and no pollution to the environment. Waste is transported by air pressure and transported by pipes.