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From the side, there are two houses connected via a bridge.

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The second house with its fairfaced concrete facade.

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At night, the first house glows like a lantern.

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The underside of the horseshoeshaped bridge.

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View of the second house and the connecting bridge from the living room.

One Home for All

Family bonds and a bridge connect this pair of houses.
Nov 23, 2018 5:50 AM

Somewhere in the Bukit Timah area, between the Sixth Avenue and King Albert Park MRT stations, is what looks like your conventional two-storey good class bungalow. But go round to the side for a closer look, and you’ll discover that it’s actually two houses built on a single plot of land,

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