SEVEN PALMS @ SENTOSA COVE | D04
PROJECT INFO | 99 YRS | TOP 2011
Seven Palms Sentosa Cove, an ultra-luxurious resort-style beachfront development in Sentosa Cove.
Seven Palms, Singapore’s only beachfront condominium development. Located on sprawling grounds of approximately 114,000 square feet, the site is located at the southern-most end of Sentosa Cove, a destination nestled in a quiet cul- de-sac flanked by the golden sands of Tanjong Beach on one side, the verdant rolling greens of the Sentosa golf course adjacent to this, and the unimpeded expanse of the South China on the other side. The site will enjoy unrivalled privacy and exclusivity away from all other developments.
To capture the ambience found in some of the world’s finest boutique resorts, the residential units at Seven Palms are wrapped around an expansive grass covered coconut grove in a U-shaped plan with the remaining broad side completely open to the panorama of the South China Sea. The view across the grove to the open sea is injected by a 45 metre infinity-edged lap pool stretching the entire open side of the U-plan, offering a seamless visual trajectory to the sea beyond.
To maintain the privacy and exclusivity befitting a luxury resort, Seven Palms features only large size units within a sprawling low-density architecture which is unique from other residential developments on Sentosa Cove. Comprising only 41 units of luxuriously appointed residences, the development features three, four and five bedroom variants ranging from approximately 2,700 to 6,800 square feet. The units are accommodated in three four-storey high blocks formed around a square coconut grove measuring some fifty metres. A huge open-ended portal connects the coconut grove to the beach for physical and visual access. Under this portal is a luxuriously- appointed beach club, complete with storage for water sports equipment, a glass-walled gymnasium, and plenty of deck areas for lounging, yoga, catered events, or just doing nothing, a rare quality befitting an exclusive private beach resort. In order to complement the high-end lifestyle of its occupants, Seven Palms will have a generous basement car park of close to 100 lots for the 41 units.
All units within Seven Palms enjoy spectacular sea views from their own private deck, and all ground floor and penthouse units come with a private lap pool. Penthouse units are on the 4th storey and come complete with a private roof terrace, a ten-metre lap pool, and uninterrupted views of the South China Sea, the beach lagoon and the Sentosa golf course. Penthouses range from approximately 4,000 to 8,000 square feet in size.
Apart from the through-space in every unit, the amount of day lighting allowed into the interior or the level of privacy desired can be fully controlled by the tilting and moveable louver panels in the front, and pivoted baffles that can direct views at the rear. This not only provides a very practical solution for comfortable living, but also creates an interesting animation to the building facade throughout the day as individual preferences change and dictate the position or angle of these devices.
The appeal of beachfront living lies in its relaxed laid-back style, a dressed-down casualness that looks right at home by the beach, opportunities for water-based recreation, glorious sunsets, and warm powdery sand under-foot. Beach homes are well-appreciated for its therapeutic quality, often regarded as a retreat for the senses, and for withdrawing from the city and reconnecting with nature. Nostalgia, awakening love, and childhood summers whiled away by the beach are recurrent memories associated with beachfront living.
The architecture of beach houses varies markedly across the world, from the palatial typologies found in East Hampton, New York, to the fi-bro shacks dotting the Australian waterfront, but one distinction of the contemporary beachfront home is the open-ended pavilion: a shaded space that connects the surrounding coastal landscape to the views of the sea with no interceding walls. This spatial concept is captured in each Seven Palms residence in the form of a through-space stretching from the timber deck at the front of the unit right through the Living and Dining areas to a multi-use room capable of opening completely out to the rear.
Private Beach Club
Onsite concierge service
45m infinity-edged lap pool
Poolside barbecue deck
Basement car parking
SC Global Developments has long been reputed for creating premium luxury developments, each a careful and considered response to delivering “The Ultimate Living” experience. Our emphasis on architectural design quality and prime location has not gone unnoticed, with our developments often referred to as collectibles
With an uncompromising passion for the highest quality and detailing, exceptional design and craftsmanship, SC Global’s collection is managed as part of a larger portfolio so that its clients are assured of creative lifestyle solutions through the various stages of their personal growth. Released like limited edition pieces, this is a critical aspect of the Group’s approach to maintaining close relationships with its clients who form the heart of its business.
Completed developments include:
Sculptura Ardmore, Seven Palms Sentosa Cove, The Marq on Paterson Hill, Hilltops, Martin No.38, The Ladyhill, BLVD, The Lincoln Modern and Thr3e Thre3 Robin.
Singapore, 3rd September 2015
SC Global Developments Pte Ltd is pleased to announce that its beachfront development Seven Palms Sentosa Cove is one of five projects to win the 2015 International Architecture Awards by The Australian Institute of Architects International Chapter. The award was conferred under the “Residential Project” category. As a result of its win, Seven Palms Sentosa Cove will be in the running for the 2015 Jorn Utzon Award for International Architecture, which will be announced at the 2015 National Architecture Awards in Brisbane on the 5th November 2015.
FLOOR PLANS / BROCHURE
To maintain the privacy and exclusivity befitting a luxury resort, Seven Palms features only large apartments in a sprawling low-density architecture wrapped around an expansive coconut grove in a U- shape design with the remaining broad side open to the panoramas of a 45m infinity-edged lap pool stretching to the South China Sea beyond.
Beach homes are well-appreciated for their therapeutic quality providing a welcome retreat from the demands of our increasingly busy lives. At Seven Palms the architecture responds wholly to the native beach setting with all units enjoying spectacular sea views from their own private deck.
Seven Palms responds to the distinctive open-ended pavilion design of contemporary beach houses; every apartment enjoys a large living and entertainment space that extends the length of the apartment connecting the panoramic views of the sea from the private deck through to the coastal landscape behind.
Seven Palms Sentosa Cove
Seven Palms exudes the imitable ambience of an exclusive resort with its sprawling grounds and serene coastal landscaping including an expansive coconut grove flanked by a 45m infinity-edged pool with sundeck.
An exquisite Beach Club with glass walled Gymnasium and open-air lounge provides plenty of space for lounging, yoga, catered events, or simply doing nothing at all. From arranging private events, booking a private spa, or arranging a private water sports lesson, expect only the impeccable service standards befitting an exclusive private beach resort.
Luxuriously considered amenities include:
Onsite concierge service
Poolside barbecue deck
Basement car parking
Seven Palms is Singapore’s only beachfront residence sited in the most desirable address of Sentosa Cove; making it one of the rare luxury beachfront homes in Asia discreetly accessible to an internationally recognized central business district and a city reputed for its luxury provisions for the well-heeled.
Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, Seven Palms is impeccably flanked by the golden sands of Tanjong Beach, the verdant rolling greens of the Sentosa Golf Club and the unimpeded expanse of the South China Sea.
Distinguished service providers just a few minutes away include:
Sentosa Golf Club
One Degree 15 Marina Club
Resorts World Casino
Auriga Spa & Wellness Centre, Capella Hotel
ESPA Spa, Resorts World
So Spa, Sentosa Resort & Spa
Joel Rubuchon, RWS
Tung Lok Heen, RWS
Il Lido, Sentosa Golf Club
Jasons Gourmet Grocers, Quayside
Straits Wine Company, Quayside
Little Provence, Quayside
The allure of coastal living is truly captivating; nothing comes close to the hypnotic sounds of the waves, as you step out of your apartment onto the beach. Powdery sand under foot and the balmy sea breezes blowing through your hair as the sun sets quietly on the horizon.
Seven Palms’ low-rise architecture perfectly captures the ambience found in some of the world’s finest resorts, with its relaxed laid back style and dressed down casualness. A carefree safe haven where every day unfolds to the dulcet whispers of lapping waves.
Blues gave way to purples and grays. The last outpost of daylight lives on forever in your mind. Like a beacon of warm and beautiful memories, your home beckons.
Limited edition living at its finest. To maintain exclusivity, Seven Palms is home to just 41 luxuriously appointed residences in three, four and five bedroom configuration. All ground floor, Beachfront and penthouse units come with their own private 10m lap-pool.
Inkeeping with the beach house design concept, all apartments at Seven Palms are large with spacious living areas
3 Bedroom apartments range from 2,723 – 3,584 sqft
4 bedroom apartments range from 3,455 – 4,822 sqft
5 bedroom apartments range from 5,565 – 6,792 sqft
Penthouse units are on the 4th storey and range from 4,112 to 8,062 square feet in size. Each penthouse comes complete with a private roof terrace, a 10m lap-pool and un-interrupted views of the South China Sea and/or Beach Lagoon.
WHY BUY SEVEN PALMS @ SENTOSA COVE
JUST SOLD: Sentosa Cove luxury condo sold above $3,700 psf
A 4,241 sq ft luxury condominium unit at Seven Palms Sentosa Cove changed hands for $15.78 million, or $3,721 psf in March 2016. This marks the second highest per square foot (psf) transacted price in the project.
The most expensive transaction in psf terms took place in 2014. It involved two adjacent units on the third floor with a combined area of 6,910 sq ft, which fetched $28.55 million, or $4,131 psf. Prices at the development have never fallen below $3,000 psf based on historical transaction.
Median price of non-landed property in Sentosa Cove fell 8.7% from $1,670 psf in 2013 to $1,525 psf in 2015. The number of transactions inched up from 24 in 2013 to 26 in 2015.
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