Discover New Lifestyle At Here
There is a hill the stars look to
Where nature tangos
Where the city runs to
Where curiosity wanders free
This is where seasons never lose their splendour
Where life, beauty, and joy entwine
Above all, this is a lasting home
-The Bukit Timah Collection By Allgreen Properties-
Allgreen Properties is proud to present The Bukit Timah Collection, made up of Fourth Avenue Residences, Juniper Hill and Royalgreen. Thoughtfully curated, this collection represents the best of District 10 living in the heart of Bukit Timah.
“The idea of cutting bukit timah road was first considered in 1827... One of the original purposes of this road was to allow access to the highest point on the island.”
Ministry of National Development Collection, courtesy of National Archives of Singapore
The name Bukit Timah was first recorded in a 1828 map and it literally means ‘tin bearing hill’ in Malay. Today, mention Bukit Timah and what comes to mind are beautiful homes, an exclusive neighbourhood, renowned schools, abundant greenery and an enviable lifestyle. The area is a prime residential district where the majority of Singapore’s 39 Good Class Bungalow Areas are concentrated, including Fourth/Sixth Avenue, First/Third Avenue, Belmont Park, Victoria Park, Cornwall Gardens and Queen Astrid Park. Part of Bukit Timah also falls under Prime District 10, one of the most sought-after residential areas in the city.
Some of Singapore’s top schools can be found within Bukit Timah, forming what is one of the country’s most renowned education belts. These schools have had a long and illustrious history. There is also a cluster of international schools including the Swiss School, Chatsworth International School and the Hollandse School.
01 Methodist Girlsʼ School (Primary/Secondary)
02 Odyssey The Global Preschool
03 Nanyang Girlsʼ High School
04 National Junior College
05 Hwa Chong Institution
06 Raffles Girlsʼ Primary School
07 Nanyang Primary School
08 Singapore Chinese Girlsʼ School
09 St. Josephʼs Institution
10 Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)
11 Anglo-Chinese School (Primary)
12 Raffles Girlsʼ Secondary School
Henry Park Primary School
St. Margaretʼs Secondary School
Singapore Korean International School
Chatsworth International School
(Bukit Timah Campus)
“Bukit timah has always spelt are relaxed luxe life to me. I like the fact that the neighbourhood offers the ideal combination of good quality homes, great quality schools and customer friendly neighbourhood shops that cater to our daily needs.”
There is a very liveable side to Bukit Timah. The area is peppered with numerous restaurants and home-style eateries, offering everything from gourmet fare to local favourites. Despite being close to the city, these food offerings have a cosy, laid-back atmosphere. Violet Oon’s eponymous restaurant, for one, has drawn Singaporeans from all over the island. Places like the Bukit Timah Saddle Club also offer opportunities for horse riding and a chance to get close to nature. The lifestyle in Bukit Timah is one that is wonderfully homely, yet inspiring at the same time.
Adam Road Food Centre
While weekdays are spent in the comfort of home, weekends are abuzz with activities for everyone — muay thai for kids, yoga for mom and golf for dad.
The new Downtown Line has brought unparalleled convenience to those living, working and studying in Bukit Timah. The line runs from the northwest of Singapore all the way to the east, with stops at Sixth Avenue, Stevens and interchanges at Botanic Gardens and Newton.
From these stations, there is direct access to the Orchard Road Shopping Belt, Raffles Place, Marina Bay Financial Centre and Gardens by the Bay. By road, Bukit Timah connects to the north, the west and the east of the island via the Pan-Island Expressway.
Orchard Road is a mere 10 minutes’ drive away.
Botanic Gardens MRT Station | Downtown/Circle Line Interchange
Sixth Avenue MRT Station
Direct access from Fourth Avenue Residences and walking distance from Royalgreen.
Gardens by the Bay
Connected by Downtown Line
A world of possibilities abounds with the introduction of the Downtown Line. Spend the day with nature or indulge in a little retail therapy. The choice is all yours.
Even though Bukit Timah is centrally located, it is also close to nature. Take a hike at the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, the first forest reserve to be established in Singapore.
The 163-hectare rainforest has abundant plant species. For a different encounter, the beautifully landscaped Singapore Botanic Gardens is a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city.
This is the first and only tropical garden in the world to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve