Tai Pak Terrace
10 Tai Pak Terrace, Western / Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
2 -bedroom 1-bathroom
SA 363 sf | GA 431 sf
Price
HKD $4,750,000 Sale with lease
Elaine Lam
Elaine Lam
Client Service Officer
Proway Relocation & Real Estate Services Ltd.
Tai Pak Terrace
10 Tai Pak Terrace, Western / Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
Price
HKD $4,750,000 Sale with lease
SA 363 sf
GA 431 sf
2-bedroom 1-bathroom

General Information

Price
HKD $4,750,000 Sale with lease
Saleable Area
363 sqft$13,086/sqft
Gross Area
431 sqft $11,021/sqft
Bedroom
2-bedroom
Bathroom
1
Management Fee
HKD $400
Government Rate
HKD $1,605
Government Rent
To be confirmed
Property No.
185325
Last Updated
2022-09-22

Layout

2 Bedroom(s); 1 Bathroom(s)

Description

View
  • It looks out to the other buildings at a comfortable distance.
Internal Condition
  • Bright and airy living and dining room with expansive windows and high ceiling.
  • Efficient layout of the living and dining room allows for an optimal arrangement of furniture.
  • Each bedroom has an efficient layout for bed and wardrobe.
  • The kitchen is equipped with essential appliances and builtin cabinets.
  • Bathroom has been very well maintained.

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About Western / Kennedy Town

Shek Tong Tsui was where it all began some 170 years ago. Sai Wan, Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun included, remained an important part of Hong Kong until MTR somehow missed Sai Wan when the railway opened in 1979. Thanks to recent MTR access, the long forgotten sleepy Sai Wan is coming back in a vengeance. As old buildings are redeveloped, new home buyers and tenants are moving in, which attract new and upscale businesses to serve this new and more affluent customer base.

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