Location of Fourth Avenue Residences
Fourth Avenue Residences is nestled in the prime District 10, at the junction of Fourth Avenue Road and Bukit Timah Road. The Bukit Timah area is a location of high land value and the most prestigious residential enclaves with bungalows and condominiums. Many expatriates and well-heeled Singaporeans live in this region.
Residents in the Fourth Avenue Condo can access all parts of Singapore thanks to the development’s well connectivity. Nearby at about 50 meters is the Sixth Avenue MRT. 2 stops away from Fourth Avenue Condo is Botanic Gardens Interchange, here residents can change over to the Circle Line.
Driving to the Central Business District (CBD) takes about 20 minutes while Orchard Shopping District is an 13 minutes drive. Accessing various parts of the island via road is a breeze since residents can link to the Pan Island Expressway
Bukit Timah is known as eyam malai (tin hill) in Tamil, being a literal translation of the Malay name. For some, it is synonymous with the Singapore Turf Club, where members and paying visitors flock on race days. The Bukit Timah Race Course was opened in 1933 and operated until 1999. The land has since been renovated, and is currently known as The Grandstand, which houses Giant supermarket, food outlets amd childcare services.
Fourth Avenue Residences is a stone’s throw from the Sixth Avenue MRT and bus stations, offering ease of travelling for the residents. Sixth Avenue MRT station (DT7) is an underground station on the Downtown Line. There are 4 MRT stations of the Downtown Line that parallels the Bukit Timah Road. It connects Bukit Panjang in the North-Western edge of Bukit Timah to the city centre in the South. The MRT stations are Beauty World, King Albert Park, Sixth Avenue and Tan Kah Kee stations.
For residents who commute by MRT, Sixth Avenue MRT is on the Downtown Line that travels along prominent areas such as the UNESCO site Botanic Gardens, Little India, Suntec City, Marina Bay, Chinatown, Fort Canning, Ubi, Tampines, and Expo. It is well connected to the all other MRT Lines. The Downtown Lines links to North-South Line at Newton Station; The Circle Line at Botanic Gardens Station; North East Line at Little India Station; and East West Line at Bugis Station.
The Pan Island Expressway is only minutes drive away and it extends along the length of the island, connecting Tuas in the west to Singapore Changi Airport in the east.
- Sixth Avenue MRT
- Pan Island Expressway
- Bus Stop
Within Walking Distance
- Nanyang Girls’ High School
- Nanyang Girls’ Boarding School
- Hwa Chong International School
- Eton House PreSchool
- Odyssey The Global Preschool
Within 2 Kilometers
- Hwa Chong Institution
- Raffles Girls’ Primary School
- Methodist Girls’ School
- National Junior College
Within 5 Kilometers
- Pei Tong Primary
- Nanyang Primary School
- Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
- Singapore Chinese Girls’ School
- Raffles Girls’ School
- Ngee Ann Polytechnic
- Singapore Institute of Management
- Beauty World Centre
- Bukit Timah Shopping Centre
- Bukit Timah Community Club
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
- The Singapore Island Country Club
- Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
- Bukit Batok Nature Park