House of Tan Yeok Nee, Singapore's last traditional Chinese courtyard house, up for sale at $92m

The gazetted national monument at the junction of Clemenceau Avenue and Penang Road has received several unsolicited offers. PHOTO: SAVILLS SINGAPORE PTE LTD
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SINGAPORE - House of Tan Yeok Nee, a gazetted national monument at the junction of Clemenceau Avenue and Penang Road, is up for sale again.

Jointly owned by Perennial Holdings and Charles Quay International, the last remaining traditional Chinese courtyard house in Singapore is being marketed at an indicative guide price of $92 million, which translates to $1,573 per sq ft on strata area, according to marketing agent Savills Singapore.

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