When HDB neighbours get along & share their corridors, a beautiful home garden is born - The Independent Singapore News

ICYMI: “My wife say this is what happen when your neighbour is your mum house!!!”

8/12/2021 10:06:00 AM

ICYMI: “My wife say this is what happen when your neighbour is your mum house!!!”

Recess areas, or the space right outside the unit, can be converted into a home garden with prior approval and purchase. However, one would need to be on amicable terms with their neighbour to maximize the space, much like this one.

One Stanley Jeow recently posted photos of an HDB shared corridor to Facebook pageThe space looked like a treasure trove of lush greenery, complete with a recess area that’s been transformed into a patio.Photo: FB screengrab/Home Gardening Singapore- Advertisement 1-

The area right outside the two units has wood panels and artificial grass at the edge. A makeshift fence separates the two spaces, creating the effect of a home garden and backyard lounge.Photo: FB screengrab/Home Gardening SingaporeAccording toMothership

, recess areas, or the space right outside the unit, can be converted into a home garden with prior approval and purchase.Flats with convertible recess areas can be bought for about S$7,300.However, one would need to be on amicable terms with their neighbour to maximize the space, much like this one. headtopics.com

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Mr Jeow’s caption of “My wife say this is what happen when your neighbour is your mum house!!!” implies that the residents of both units must know each other quite well to share the recess area.- Advertisement 2-Home Gardening Singapore, which features wholesome sharing of information on gardening, is filled with residents supporting each other’s green thumb endeavours.

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