- You can enjoy some greenery views in addition to the city views.
- Bright and airy living room has full height doors opening to the balcony.
- Spacious living and dining room is a rectangular shape easy to set up furniture.
- Master bedroom comes with dual aspect views and can fit a queen or king-size bed with other furniture.
- Two other bedrooms with good layout for bed and wardrobe.
- Kitchen is fitted with built-in cabinets, gas cooker and range hood.
- Bathrooms are well maintained.
- Maid's room at the back of the kitchen is a good size.
- Balcony leads off the living and dining room is cozy for coffee or tea break with friends and family.
|Basic Information||Low-rise Apartment|
|Year built||1962 (building age 61 years)|
|TV & Air con||Cable TV|
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