The Commodore
The Commodore

Artist's Impression

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A Prestigious Residence That Has It All

The Arrival
The Commodore

Artist's Impression

The Commodore is crafted for those who wish to navigate a world of refined living.
From its sleek architecture wrapped in glass walls, to the scenic views of its lush surroundings,
the generous flow of multi-experiential facilities, and its strategic location in Canberra – just a 3-minute
walk to the MRT station – this is a home that is triumphant in putting you straight in the lap of luxury.
Grandeur, space, exclusivity, lushness, privacy, timeliness…
the list goes on to offer you all the elements of a life well lived.
The Commodore is crafted for those who wish to navigate a world of refined living.
From its sleek architecture wrapped in glass walls, to the scenic views of its lush surroundings, the generous flow of multi-experiential facilities, and its strategic location in Canberra – just a 3-minute walk to the MRT station – this is a home that is triumphant in putting you straight in the lap of luxury.
Grandeur, space, exclusivity, lushness, privacy, timeliness… the list goes on to offer you all the elements of a life well lived.

Inspired By An Icon Of History

Singapore Naval Base
Singapore Naval Base

A proud legacy.

The Commodore is located in Canberra, which was an important naval enclave within the former
Sembawang Naval Base. It was named Canberra after a visiting Australian warship in 1937.
Its most celebrated historical landmark is the Former Admiralty House, a grand four-hectare estate,
which today still stands proud as a witness to Canberra’s glorious colonial past. Its first resident was the topmost
naval officer in Singapore at that time – the Commodore Superintendent of the Royal.
Source: National Heritage Board & The Australian War Memorial

A proud legacy.

The Commodore is located in Canberra, which was an important naval enclave within the former Sembawang Naval Base. It was named Canberra after a visiting Australian warship in 1937.
Its most celebrated historical landmark is the Former Admiralty House, a grand four-hectare estate, which today still stands proud as a witness to Canberra’s glorious colonial past. Its first resident was the topmost naval officer in Singapore at that time – the Commodore Superintendent of the Royal.
Source: National Heritage Board & The Australian War Memorial