The following are my past transaction in Bukit Batok Town. Bukit batok has a good mix of new and old HDB flats. There are also a good mix of 99 years condominium to freehold condominium in the hillview area. There are also landed property enclaves in Burgundy to Pavilion to Hillview Garden Estate.
Bukit Batok got its to name from the Malay words, Bukit (hill), which corresponds to the hilly nature of the region, and Batok, which some thought was an adaptation of ‘Batu’ – Malay for granite. Bukit Batok started of a as a satellite HDB town in 1980s. It has since developed into a self-sufficient town with shopping centers, a nature park, a stadium, clubhouses, and an industrial park, making it a cohesive living environment for work and play.
Today, Bukit Batok Town is classified as commonly known Bukit Gombak and Bukit Batok. There are a mixture of HDB flats that are build in the 1980s to flats build in 1990s and 2000s. The newer blocks are mainly in Bukit Batok West. HDB flats in Bukit Batok are highly sourced after for the proximity to schools and affordability.
Bukit batok estate comprises 99 years, 999 years and freehold condominium. The 99 years condominium is mainly located near the HDB flats. Some of the older condos that are built in the late 1980s to 1990s are Guilin View to Parkview Apartment. The Dew and The Pearl are build in the 2000s. The newer condo are Hillview Peak and Le Quest.
Hillview is located to the east of Bukit Batok. It comprises mainly private houses on freehold or 999 years tenure. Hillview was initially an industrial estate and they are encouraged to be relocated by URA on 23 Feb 1993. Development incentives would be given for these industrial sites to convert to residential use such as an additional bonus plot ratio. Today, Hillview estate has many sources after 999 years and freehold condominiums. They are also served by 2 MRT stations along the Downtown Line.
Bukit Batok landed homes are situated at the Pavilion in the North, to Burgundy in the South. To Hillview Garden Estate in the East. Burgundy are mainly semi-detached homes on 99 years tenure. Pavilion is a legacy land bank by property developer Allgreen that was slowly redevelop into freehold terrace and semi-detached houses.
Hillview comprises mainly 999 years and freehold landed properties. Houses along Jalan Intan, to Gumilang to Dermawan are of freehold tenure. Houses along Chu Lin and Chu Yen are of 999 years tenure. Today, the houses in this area is highly prized for its spacious land area and freehold tenure.