What exactly does it mean to live in luxury? Perhaps it’s that multimillion-dollar penthouse that towers above the city, the most stylish design-led living space, or maybe even an expansive home for you and your family. Whatever your style of luxury, Hong Kong has it all — and then some. But before you call your realtor, here’s a little inspiration to take with you. Welcome to our biweekly property digest that brings together the city’s best properties on the market, all for your easy viewing.
Exquisite House in Calming Green Environment
Where: Fo Tan
What: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 car park spaces; 3,235 sq. ft.
Asking Price: HK$228 million
This detached house in Fo Tan would make an incredible home for families who enjoy their privacy. Standing on a higher ground that overlooks the other low-rises and houses below, it’s a home with a more serene view thanks to its huge private garden, roof terrace and a private balcony in the master bedroom. High ceilings and glass doors help to create a naturally bright and airy space, of which it has plenty in the living, dining and kitchen spaces, too.
Tai Tam Apartment Overlooking the Country Park
What: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 car park spaces; 1,886 sq. ft.
Asking Price: HK$57 million
Surrounded by the lush greenery of Tai Tam Country Park, this two-bedroom property is great for smaller families who enjoy natural views and an active lifestyle. Not only is there convenient access to walking trails through the rolling mountains, but the comprehensive facilities also allow residents to enjoy a gym, indoor and outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, squash, tennis and more. The interiors have had a modern makeover and remain elegantly designed with natural wood and neutral furnishings for easy move-in.
Tai Po Home with Views of the Mountains and Sea
Where: 1 Hung Lam Drive, Tai Po
What: 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 2 car park spaces; 2,240 sq. ft.
Asking Price: HK$35 million
In the middle of Tai Po suburbia sits this modern European-style luxury townhouse. Here, large windows bestow the panoramic gift of tranquil sea and green mountain views upon residents, while a rooftop space means alfresco dinners and barbecue parties are on the cards. With four bedrooms, larger families can make full use of the spacious interiors as well as the extensive clubhouse facilities that include a children’s playground and pool, gym, jacuzzi, outdoor swimming pool, sauna, snooker, tennis and a handy golf simulator. What more could you ask for?
Modern Mid-Levels Apartment with Natural Green Views
What: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 car park spaces; 2,324 sq. ft.
Asking Price: HK$78 million
Located near a walking trail that leads up to the Peak, this three-bedroom flat takes advantage of the natural environment and enjoys some epic green views that stretch to the harbour. Decorated in oriental-style furnishings, statues and wooden fixtures, the interior is something of an art gallery. But of course, this can all be taken away and in fact the original building’s layout of five rooms can easily be reinstated, too. A fantastic location and space for both entertaining and privacy, this property is definitely worth keeping your eye on.
Ting Kau House with a Picture-Perfect Backdrop
What: 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 car park spaces; 3,315 sq. ft.
Asking Price: HK$198 million
View of the sea, check. Overlooking the green mountains, check. And a private piece of lawned garden to enjoy, check. This home is definitely one for view seekers, and the unobstructed view of the Tin Kau Bridge doesn’t hurt, either. This unique detached house is a rare find and is truly a space to call your own if you have a bigger family — what with five bedrooms, four bathrooms and an abundant amount of outdoor and indoor space. Leave work, the city and really relax in this European-style house that you can call home for a little under HK$200 million.