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Here are the list of different types of properties you can find in Singapore :

  • Condo – Condominiums - apartments with facilities such as swimming pools
  • Duplex – An apartment divided into two living residences, each having its own entrance
  • Hi-Rise – A high rise apartments, usually without any trimmings such as a swimming pool
  • Lo-Rise – A low rise apartment, again usually without the trimmings
  • Maisonette – An apartment with two levels.
  • Penthouse – The largest unit in the block of condos/apartments. Usually on two levels, and on the top floor
  • Townhouse -. A house which shares the same compound or facilities (if any) with other houses
  • Walk-up - Low rise apartment without a lift.

‘Landed' Property (property with grounds such as a garden)

  • Bungalow – A house that shares no land or facilities with any other
  • Semi-detached - A pair of houses, joined side by side.
  • Inter-terrace - Intermediate Terrace House. A row of houses joined side by side.
  • Corner terrace - Corner Terrace House. The last house of the row of houses that are joined.  

Below are links for properties:

Update 19/04/2008


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