Cheong King Court

26-38 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

1-bedroom 1-bathroom
SA 271 sf | GA 359 sf
Price
HKD $4,480,000 Sale with lease
Elaine Lam

Elaine Lam

Client Service Officer
Proway Relocation & Real Estate Services Ltd. (C-033118)

Cheong King Court

26-38 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

Price
HKD $4,480,000 Sale with lease
SA 271 sf
GA 359 sf
1-bedroom 1-bathroom
Elaine Lam

Elaine Lam

Client Service Officer
Proway Relocation & Real Estate Services Ltd. (C-033118)

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General Information

Price
HKD $4,480,000 Sale with lease
Saleable Area
271 sq ft$16,532/sq ft
Gross Area
359 sq ft$12,480/sq ft
Bedroom
1-bedroom
Bathroom
1
Management Fee
To be confirmed
Government Rate
To be confirmed
Government Rent
To be confirmed
Property No.
85823
Last Updated
2024-04-27
This property has the following ancillary accommodation which has not been included in the "Saleable Area". Please verify the information on site.
Flat Roof
188 sq ft

Layout

1 Bedroom(s); 1 Bathroom(s); Combined Living and Dining Room; 2 Terrace

Description

View
  • Views of a quiet neighborhood in Sai Ying Pun.
  • Walking distance an Italian deli, coffee shops, and grocery stores.
Internal Condition
  • Fully furnished unit with an open kitchen and terraces.
  • Living room space is enlarged with a mirrored wall. Furnishings include a sofa, TV/DVD player, double bed, and wooden slate blinds.
  • Bedroom includes a wall of built-in drawers and a mirrored wardrobe. Extra storage with drawers under the bed.
  • A free-standing western oven, microwave, and fridge provided in the open kitchen makes it perfect for any chef at heart.
  • Creatively designed guest bathroom with colourful tiles in the glass shower.
External Area
  • Step onto your living room terrace with to enjoy fresh air at the end of a business day. There is a separate washing machine and tumble dryer provided on this terrace.
  • A small terrace is attached to the bedroom.

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Basic InformationHigh-rise Apartment
Year built1985 (building age 39 years)

About Sai Ying Pun

After British army arrival at Possession Point (now Hollywood Park next to Possession Street) in 1841, the 800 or so volunteer soldiers from India and Bangladesh stationed in West Point (hillside of Water Street). Thereafter, the area west of Hollywood Park was called Sai Ying Pun 西營盤, meaning 'Western Garrison'. Flourishing trades required construction of piers, docks, warehouses, and properties to accommodate merchants for rice, dry seafoods, and herbal medicines, and the workers who supported these activities. Even today, one can still find remnants of the early colonial past in the district. World War II brought mass destruction, giving rise to reconstruction of many buildings to four to six storey tenement buildings with shops on ground floor. Rapid population growth and technological advancement necessitate these post war buildings to be redeveloped into highrises.

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