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About Serangoon Garden Estate

posted by Desmond Chong / Angeline Teo in Serangoon Garden Estate

Serangoon Gardens is a private housing estate with variety types of housing, including terrace, semi-detached & bungalows. This area is popular with well-heeled Singaporeans & expatriates, with its close proximity to amenities and top international schools. There is an increasing number of expatriates living in the area as the Australian & French International Schools are located within the vicinity.

Serangoon Garden is one of the oldest estates on the island, and was built in the 1950s. The estate was built to house the British officers based in Singapore. Hence, the roads have British road names.

The estate was upgraded in 2001 as part of the Singapore Government's plan to improve the older private housing estates in Singapore. Open roadside drains were covered up. It has new streetlights & road signs, & the estate's parks were also upgraded.

Serangoon Garden Circus was used as one of the locations for the country-wide millennium celebrations.

Serangoon Garden Circus is at the centre of the estate where food and beverage outlets are located. All roads are radiate from the circus and the houses are within walking distance.

Situated behind Maju Avenue is Serangoon Garden Village, a small shopping mall with NTUC Fairprice & DBS bank as its anchor tenant.

There is also an Enrichment Centre at Burghley Drive & Serangoon Gardens Country Club at Kensington Park Road.

The estate is well served by public bus services. The nearest MRT station is Serangoon MRT Station on the North East and Circle lines at Upper Serangoon Road. Lorong Chuan MRT Station is another nearby option, especially for residents living further away from the central Serangoon Gardens area. Service 317 plies the Serangoon Garden Estate internally. The rest ply Serangoon Garden Circus.