The Dairy Farm – a name both self-explanatory and a bit strange for a new development – is an apt tribute to the area’s past. The condo’s main entrance is actually through 2 cow sculptures, and there’s also a large pond with water fountains at the lobby. The 4 Bedroom show unit we visited was at level 11 and was probably the smallest in the development, but it’s still quite spacious for a new launch (at least, among the units I have seen).
The interiors are done in neutral tones, with the walls clad in light grey tiling and some white surfaces. The cabinets are in a warm wood finish and there’s a decent amount of storage space, including a large pantry. The bedrooms are also a good size and have plenty of windows. The bathrooms are fairly standard as well, with Grohe and Villeroy & Boch sanitary wares in place.
A lot of work has gone into improving dairy farming to reduce environmental pollution, especially with mineral fertilizers and pesticides used on the farms. A variety of solutions have been implemented, including crop diversification and wild species mixtures to improve soil quality, reduce weed pressure and enhance ecological services for pollination of pasture grass (Fig.1).
As for the location, it’s not too far from Hillview MRT along the Downtown Line, providing massive connectivity across Singapore. It’s about a 14 minute walk to the station, which is pretty manageable given that most of it is sheltered. the botany at dairy farm