- It looks out to the surrounding buildings and streets.
- Nicely four bedroom family home on Briar Avenue.
- Bright living room has full height doors opening to the balcony.
- Spacious living and dining room has great potential for any imaginative decorations.
- Sizable bedrooms are capable of adopting any creative design and furnishing.
- Fully fitted kitchen is equipped with essential appliances and built-in cabinets.
- Bathrooms have been very maintained.
- Maid's room with its own washroom is fitted with a washer.
- The balcony off the living room would be a cozy and airy outdoor area for a tea break.
|Basic Information||Low-rise Apartment|
|Year built||1956 (building age 67 years)|
|TV & Air con||Cable TV, Satellite TV|
|Transportation||Bus, Mini-bus, Tram|
About Happy Valley
A long-standing favourite for many expats and the local elites, Happy Valley has a wonderful village-like feel and a close-knit community. Dotted with cozy restaurants, pubs, wine bars, quality supermarkets, delis and coffee shops, Happy Valley offers convenience and a welcome respite from Hong Kong's more congested areas. For the sports-minded, it sits right on the edge of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Hong Kong Football Club and also boasts its own sports interest and fitness clubs. Lower Happy Valley consists mostly of high-rise residential buildings and shops, while upper Happy Valley has more low-rise buildings and a lower density of population. Buildings along Wong Nai Chung Road, Ventris Road, Broadwood Road & Leighton Hill are popular due to the proximity to Causeway Bay. Many buildings are pet-friendly and it's common to see residents out jogging and walking their dogs. The area is also well situated for The French International School in Jardine's Lookout.Read more