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Wedged between two older properties, this multi-layered home fulfills the owner’s desire to live in a ‘green’ house.

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Brimming with plants, from car porch to rooftop.

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Dining area looks out into a vertical courtyard.

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Skylight and open terrace allows for a light-filled master bedroom.

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Narrow, bright and inviting spaces abound.

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Peek-a-view: looking out from a second-storey bathroom.

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The glass-walled rooftop bedroom offers views across the neighborhood.

Green Grass of Home

A garden with a house is the best way to describe this Siglap dwelling.
Jun 7, 2019 5:50 AM

THERE ARE TERRACE houses and houses with terraces, but deep in the heart of Siglap stands a terrace house with terraces – and plants, lots of plants.

Dealing with the constraints of building a house on a narrow strip of land wedged between two single-storey homes is not uncommon in land-

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