About the House
- 13-15 minutes to CBD by car, depending on traffic
- 25-30 minutes by public transport
Enter your oasis in Ambon House on Emerald Hill greeted with lush bamboo, away from the bustle of city life. You wouldn’t think you’re only 15 minutes away from town.
With unique room layouts, Ambon House gives lots of privacy for a quiet retreat. Kick back and go for a dip at the rooftop pool.
The furnishing is inspired by mid-century modern era, with warm colours that call to mind cinnamon and sandalwood, common spices in the region.
The house, like our other house along Emerald Hill, is named after one of the Spice Islands in today’s far-east Indonesia. The value of spices meant that this area of Emerald Hill was developed into a nutmeg orchard.
Get ready for super comfy, super private co-living spaces. Explore the house in 3D and you’ll get what we mean!
About the Neighbourhood
Emerald Hill is a tranquil residential oasis just off of downtown and Orchard Road. 313 Somerset, Lady M Cake Shop, and library@orchard are just some of the perks of living on this historic street.
Previously a nutmeg plantation, the area became a residential neighbourhood from the 1900s onwards. By the 1930s, much of the street was occupied by Straits Chinese families, descendants of early Chinese immigrants who married locals and settled in Southeast Asia.
The district was gazetted as a conservation area in 1989, allowing us to continue enjoying our beautiful architectural heritage.