We Had A Strict $60k Reno Budget: How We Rebuilt Our 22-Year-Old Condo Into A Mid-Century Modern Home
By Stacked Homes  •  September 6, 2023
For many, the idea of renovating an older condominium can be especially daunting, raising concerns about outdated architecture, potential repairs, and the complexities of modernising an older space. However, for one couple, these challenges were not deterrents but rather a compelling reason to buy a resale unit in Changi Green, an estate completed in 2001.

Nestled in the eastern part of Singapore, close to both sets of parents, the couple viewed the estate’s age as a unique opportunity rather than a drawback. They had a vision: transform an older, affordable unit into a cosy, second home tailored to their specific needs – all within a constrained budget. The unit’s large, open living and dining space was a major selling point, something they felt would be difficult to find in newer, more expensive developments. Factor in the estate’s tranquil atmosphere, and its proximity to key transport links like MRT stations and major expressways, and the couple knew they had

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The Stacked Homes editorial began in February 2017 to provide the latest news and analysis on property in Singapore.

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