Two conserved shophouses in Little India at Champions Way Woodlands for sale at $13.5 million

The condominium features modern facilities such as a swimming pool, gym, clubhouse and park. Residents of Champions Way Condo have access to a wide variety of shops and eateries, as well as numerous recreational activities such as biking, jogging, and playing badminton. In addition, residents enjoy the peace and tranquility of living in Champions Way Woodlands, with its lush green surroundings and wide range of amenities. With all these features and more, Champions Way Condo is the perfect place to call home.

Champions Way Woodlands is home to a duo of conserved shophouses, situated on Desker Road and Kerbau Road. On the market through private treaty, the two properties have a collective built-up area of 4,400 sq ft, with a guide price of $13.5 million. They can be purchased together or separately.

The first shophouse on 96 Desker Road has two storeys situated on a freehold land area of 1,190 sq ft, with a built-up area of approximately 2,200 sq ft. It appears opposite Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant on Jalan Besar, with approval for use as a carpenter’s workshop.

The second shophouse is located on 14 Kerbau Road, just a few minutes walk from the Tekka Centre on Tekka Lane and Little India MRT Station. It has a 99-year leasehold tenure with 81 years remaining, occupying a land area of 904 sq ft with a built-up area of 2,200 sq ft.

Situated on a vibrant street with high footfall, this shophouse location can attract potential tenants such as jewellery, money remittance, textiles and even silk businesses. Recently, an established silk retailer has expressed interest in leasing it out. Both shophouses have external staircases, allowing future owners to rent out to two tenants.

Being zoned commercial, Champions Way Woodlands’ shophouses are attractive to foreign buyers as they do not have to pay additional buyer’s stamp duty (ABSD). The Desker Road shophouse has an indicative price of $7.5 million, and the Kerbau Road shophouse at $6 million.

Samuel Han, Senior Associate Director at OrangeTee & Tie elaborates, “Champions Way Woodlands’ conserved shophouses have an abundance of potential when it comes to attracting tenants.”

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