Rodney Hung

Rodney Hung

Executive Director
Licence No.: E-065729
Proway Relocation & Real Estate Services Ltd.


General Information

HKD $121,000 Excl.
Saleable Area
2,279 sq ft$54/sq ft
Gross Area
3,030 sq ft$40/sq ft
3-bedroom (1-ensuite)
Management Fee
HKD $11,430
Government Rate
HKD $17,265
Government Rent
To be confirmed
Property No.
Last Updated
This property has the following ancillary accommodation which has not been included in the "Saleable Area". Please verify the information on site.
Bay Window
61 sq ft
Air-conditioning Plant Room
75 sq ft


3 Bedroom(s) (1-Ensuite); 2 Bathroom(s); Combined Living and Dining Room; 2 Maid's Room; 1 Balcony; 1 Utility Room

Car Park

1 covered parking space


  • This flat gives you open views of the greenery in the Mid-levels area.
Internal Condition
  • Bright and airy living and dining room comes with full height sliding doors opening to the balcony.
  • Spacious living and dining room has great potential for any imaginative decorations.
  • Master bedroom can take queen or king size bed with built-in wardrobe t in addition to the ensuite bathroom.
  • Each bedroom has an efficient layout for bed with built-in wardrobe.
  • Fully fitted modern kitchen is equipped with essential appliances and built-in cabinets.
  • Bathrooms have been very well maintained.
  • Two maid's rooms are a good size and can fit a single bed with extra space to move around.
External Area
  • Balcony is a generous outdoor area to enjoy an open view of the prestigious Old Peak greenery.
Basic InformationHigh-rise Apartment
Year built1976 (building age 47 years)
DevelopmentKerry Real Estate 嘉里建設
TV & Air conCable TV, Central Air-Con, Satellite TV
Clubhouse FacilitiesGym, Outdoor Swimming Pool
TransportationShuttle Bus

About Mid-levels Central

European colonists built their houses on Victoria Peak to reach for cooler temperature at high attitudes. Homes on the Peak were considered accolades for wealth, power and status. Peak Tram went into service in 1888, with terminus on Garden Road and the Peak, and an intermediate station on May Road. Residential development sped up since Peak Tram was in service. Peak District Reservation Ordinance in effect between 1904 and 1947 banned Chinese from living on the Victoria Peak. Those days, the Lower Peak area was as high as the prominent wealthy Chinese families could live.

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