Part two of pictures taken at our keys handover day. There wasn’t many persons about, but once most residents have moved in, the scene will probably look quite different.

Deck chairs beside the main pool. Just a few weeks ago, strong winds during a monsoon storm blew one of these into the lap pool.

Deck chairs beside the main pool. Just a few weeks ago, strong winds during a monsoon storm blew one of these into the lap pool.

Main pool BBQ pit.

Main pool BBQ pit.

Structure of steel, glass, wood and stone.

Structure of steel, glass, wood and stone.

Back view of the Grand Clubhouse.

Back view of the Grand Clubhouse.

The chess set pieces I saw in an earlier visit weren't on the chess board this time round.

The chess set pieces I saw in an earlier visit weren’t on the chess board this time round.

Hannah is going to adore the children's water playground.

Hannah is going to adore the children’s water playground.

One of the several gazebos at Fun World. They look like little wedding tents!

One of the several gazebos at Fun World. They look like little wedding tents!

After months of wondering if topiary was ever going to get a head, it finally did.

After months of wondering if topiary was ever going to get a head, it finally did.

The cascading waterfall. There was a very strong chlorine smell from the water though. Not enough for you notice while you're in your units, but obvious enough when you're walking right past the waterfall.

The cascading waterfall. There was a very strong chlorine smell from the water though. Not enough for you notice while you’re in your units, but obvious enough when you’re walking right past the waterfall.

The library. I think residents are going to use this place more as study areas than anything else!

The library. I think residents are going to use this place more as study areas than anything else!

From just outside the library.

From just outside the library.

Lots of landscaping touches, like the large series of steps going down from the Clubhouse to the Chipping Green.

Lots of landscaping touches, like the large series of steps going down from the Clubhouse to the Chipping Green.

The beams supporting the contemporary bridge. The bridge looks awesome from below.

The beams supporting the contemporary bridge. The bridge looks awesome from below.

The lap pool, as seen from a low angle.

The lap pool, as seen from a low angle.

Amazonian Lily Pond at Tranquil World, where our block is. Ling laments though that the lilies are baby size - hopefully they'll grow over time.

Amazonian Lily Pond at Tranquil World, where our block is. Ling laments though that the lilies are baby size – hopefully they’ll grow over time.

The contemporary bridge. After taking pictures of it from the outside for nearly a year, I finally got to actually step on the bridge LOL.

The contemporary bridge. After taking pictures of it from the outside for nearly a year, I finally got to actually step on the bridge LOL.

The lap pool stretches for quite a distance.

The lap pool stretches for quite a distance.

4 Comments

  1. Matt says:

    Spectacular!

    Good news about the topiary. Topiary is creepy enough with heads, but without heads it’s a non-starter. :p

  2. Matt says:

    The more I look at these pictures, the more in awe I become. Where exactly is the study located? Are some of the units actually being lived in at this point?

  3. CY says:

    Hey bud; do you mean the library? It’s located at our block at the basement level, though because our block is built on elevation, the basement level is sort of the ground level – that’s why the entrance is adjacent to the cascading waterfall.

    I’m not sure if any one of the units are already lived-in, since most people will usually want to do up and renovate their units first! And that in itself will take a month at least. But in a month or so I expect the first residents to actually start moving in.

  4. Emily says:

    Hi CY,

    The pictures look STUNNING! It’s indeed a very beautiful condo, can’t compare to Rivervale :p

    Btw, those pictures in 42(A) are panoramic shots, right? They look fantastic!

    Can’t wait to see pictures of the interiors. =)

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