Ewart Park Good Class Bungalow GCB Review District 10, Singapore

Ewart Park is one of those GCBAs which will appeal to buyers who really enjoy exclusiveness and being close to nature. The drive in to this GCBA takes you past leafy surroundings, making you question whether you’re still in Singapore.

Located off Holland Rd and Old Holland Rd, Ewart Park is in a bit of a ‘kampong’ on its own with several no-through roads. What’s more is that it borders the massive Clementi Forest, which at 85 hectares large (10,000x 4-room HDB flats) is Singapore’s 2nd largest wildlife habitat after Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. While it sounds lovely, the major downside to this is the abundance of 🐒 in this GCBA, who cause a ruckus by toppling bins and leaving a trail of trash on the roads.

Ewart Park is believed to be named after J W Ewart, the curator of Botanic Gardens and Singapore’s Agricultural Officer from 1948-54.

Because of its more secluded status, GCBs here tend to sit on larger plots of land with more affordable psf prices. The latest available txn was in Feb 2019, where a 27,000sqft home was sold for $30m ($1,111psf). In Apr 2017, a 15,468sqft unit sold for $15.9m ($1,030psf) while a 33,551sqft home was sold for $38.6m ($1,150psf) in 2011.

Current and previous residents in this GCBA are said to include Tolaram Group founder Mohan Vaswani, whose diverse billion-dollar conglomerate is building a port in Nigeria, producing paper in Estonia, running an Indonesian bank among other business interests. EY Senior Partner Choo Eng Chuan and former Jardine Cycle & Carriage Director Neville Venter are also said to stay / have stayed here.


2 thoughts on “Ewart Park Good Class Bungalow GCB Review District 10, Singapore”

  1. If I am not mistaken, former Chief Justice Wee Chong Jin used to live at either No 1 or No 2 Ewart Park. One of my friends used to stay at No 4. No 4 could have changed hands a couple of times and sub-divided henceforth.


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