- Fabulous views of the city skyline, Victoria Harbour and mountain range of New Territories in the distance can be enjoyed from living and dining room, master and third ensuite bedrooms.
- Greenery and neighbourhood buildings are seen from the second ensuite and fourth bedrooms.
- Large modern family apartment in a nicely renovated building offering one unit per floor for extra privacy.
- The apartment has inverter air-conditioning units, blinds/curtains and discreet child locks throughout.
- Floor tiles in the living and dining room and polished wooden floors in the bedrooms.
- Spacious living and dining room has great potential for any imaginative decorations.
- All bedrooms are located off the hallway and include built-in wardrobes with space to take king or queen-size beds.
- Master bedroom has a built-in glass cabinet, and the ensuite bathroom features twin basins and separate bath and shower facilities.
- Second ensuite bedroom has fixed bookshelf, desk and ensuite bathroom with shower over bath tub.
- Third ensuite bedroom comes with lower walls cladded with upholstered panels (removable) and ensuite bathroom with shower over bath tub.
- Built-in shelving is also provided in the fourth bedroom.
- Kitchen is well equipped with separate gas and electric hobs, range hoods for each, built-in oven and microwave, freestanding double fridge freezer, inverter air-conditioning unit and built-in island/breakfast bar is ideal for informal dining and food preparation.
- Utility room comes with washing machine,
- Maid's room with bunk bed, shelving and its own washroom with rear door are accessed from the kitchen.
- Additional powder room is accessed from the hallway for guests.
- Double entrances from Magazine Gap Road and Bowen Road, ideal for accessing the popular jogging path and Peak Tramway Path.
- Five minutes by taxi or other public transportation to Central and Admiralty.
|Monthly Repayment *||Minimum Household Income *|
|Basic Information||High-rise Apartment|
|Year built||1982 (building age 41 years)|
|Children Facilities||Children's Playground|
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.Read more