With the shimmering waters of the East Coast on one side and the landed enclave stretching to Paya Lebar on the other, Meyer Road is a coveted stretch of homes with unmatched vistas. It is here that Meyer Mansion is set to be an iconic home. Through deliberate and careful design, Meyer Mansion’s vantage is elevated with floor to ceiling windows to maximise the stunning unblocked views of the sea and surrounding landed enclave.
At the break of dawn, a fleeting but majestic stillness occurs when the sky touches the sea, held together by a single horizon. Meyer Mansion is a reflection of that moment – a single tower reaching towards the sea and soaring into the sky. Instantly recognisable as a one-of-a-kind architectural statement, Meyer Mansion is bold yet understated in its modern silhouette. Dark brown steel and burnished copper gold screens create a distinctive façade that distinguishes Meyer Mansion from its surroundings.
The perfect ‘welcome home’ begins at the entrance the former bungalows along Meyer Road were set back from the road with a driveway lined with tropical trees leading to the front porch. The same privacy and privilege is echoed at Meyer Mansion, bringing back the nostalgia of the grand arrival in old stately mansions.
Along the coastline, the bungalows of the past were required to be set back at least 15m from the shore which is why they were fronted by a generous lawn and gardens filled with coconut and palm trees. Similarly at Meyer Mansion, up to 80% of the entire development will be devoted to landscaping and amenities, including a Grand Lawn.
In the past, the laid-back charm of the breezy East Coast beach drew families looking for a weekend getaway where they could relax, swim and entertain. Today, your getaway begins the moment you step into Meyer Mansion take a dip in the pools, chill out at the Grand Lawn or host parties at the minimalistic Clubhouse and Beach House inspired by the old pavilions nestled in the gardens.
Beyond function, the layout for every mansion in the sky is inspired by the old Meyer Road bungalows where space was the true luxury.
Dining areas extend to the Asian kitchen or balcony, recalling the lifestyle of the ﬁfties. Natural light ﬁlls the living spaces through panoramic windows that give you unrivalled views from the sea to the city, in your home.
In the past, the East Coast was a weekend seaside retreat for the wealthy; where many grand mansions used to line the beautiful coastal beach. The architecture here was distinctly set apart from the rest of the city with its unique old world charm. Inspired by its history and site context, Meyer Mansion combines understated luxury living and modern tropical architecture to create a new architectural benchmark.
In old bungalows, the verandah was a large and important space open to the outdoors. It often functioned as sitting rooms that afforded the simple pleasures of looking out onto the front lawn or garden. That same privilege can be found at Meyer Mansion with deep and shaded balconies reminiscent of tropical verandahs where you can enjoy breakfast looking out to the East Coast, or simply watch the sun set over the city.
Meyer Mansion’s rare location combines the laid-back charm of the East Coast whilst being perched right at the edge of the city. Multiple routes via the ECP or Nicoll Highway take you into the heart of downtown Central Business District (CBD), Marina Bay, Suntec City and the Civic District in under 10 minutes.