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A colonial style mid-rise development of three towers. Typical layouts are 2,700 s.f. with three ensuite bedrooms, separate living and dining areas, a big balcony, a very spacious utility area fitted with two maid’s rooms. Most units enjoy a panoramic vista of the city, mountains, and its communal landscaped gardens.
Situated at a prime location along upper Stubbs Road in Mid-levels East. Approximately 5 minutes’ drive to Happy Valley or 15 minutes’ drive to major business districts on Hong Kong Island. Bus and mini-bus services are plentiful. This development is the best option if your kid studying French International School.
This is an older development completed in 1964, consisting of three 12 storey blocks, each with 24 apartments, giving it a total of 72 units. The apartments are all 2257sf saleable with well-proportioned, spacious rooms and large balconies. Some of which are now enclosed. The B and C blocks have good open views across Happy Valley. It is located close to the Adventist roundabout on a good public transport network to both Causeway Bay and Central. There is ample car parking in the development and a large communal grass garden.
Bellevue Court is located at 41 Stubbs Road, a total of three 71 groups, which were completed in 1964. The estate is located in Wan Chai District. It is a network of 12 schools. There are Baoxue Primary School and St. Paul's Catholic Primary School in primary schools. There are Hong Kong Huaren College and St. Paul's School in secondary schools. It is a 12-school network.
The old-fashioned housing garden tourmaline stands in Stubbs in a low-key manner, and it is a new luxury mansion in recent years. For example, the unique Opus and the skyscraper-style residence with the characteristics of its practical and correct, strive for a long time.
The low-rise unit in Block B, with an area of 2,700 square feet, is separated by a 3 bedroom suite, with a warm tone, with murals and artwork, showing the personality of the head of the household. The large window positioned increases the sense of space in the living room. Looking out to the open space outside the unit, overlooking the green hills. A large dining table for 8 people is placed in the dining room, and the floor lamp and art paintings against the wall create a warm feeling.
This is the less congested part of Mid-levels and the greenery offers residents more breathing space. Although the area is up on a hill, it is not far from Causeway Bay, Happy Valley, North Point and Quarry Bay where all the main shopping areas are. This is home to a few famous schools, including the Chinese International School, Japanese International School, French International School and Bradbury Primary School. The Adventist Hospital serves this area.
Generally referred to as the hillside east of Hong Kong Park stretching to Wong Nai Chung Gap Road. Low in population density, the area is dotted with colonial developments of mid-rise apartments from the 50s blended with more modern developments.
Apartments on Kennedy Road vary from low to mid rental range featuring smaller 2-bedroom apartments suitable for single persons or young couples, to family-sized 4 bedroom spacious apartments. Stubbs Road is dominated by older spacious apartments, with new luxurious apartment developments coming on stream in 2002. Apartments in this the area typically offers panoramic city views overlooking Wanchai and Causeway Bay business districts and stretching harbour views.
Residents on Kennedy Road could walk to Hong Kong Park, or take a stroll in Pacific Place, a first-grade shopping mall and entertainment complex in the vicinity. Wan Chai is within walking distance through Hopewell Center.
This area is located above the Central business district and comprises May Road, Tregunter Path, Magazine Gap Road, Bowen Road, Macdonell Road and part of Kennedy Road. Many of the up-market high-rise developments there offer breathtaking, unobstructed views over the city and Victoria Harbour, and many offer comprehensive, five-star club facilities to their residents. Referring to the area south of Hollywood Road, SoHo is the multicultural wine, dine and swanky nightlife side of Central. The upmarket bars and exotic restaurants of SoHo’s historic and narrow streets are chic to the extreme. The neighbourhoods include attractive fashion boutiques, art galleries and antique shops. Indulge in lunch and a glass of vino or hang around for sundown.
This area is well-supported by multi-national schools: the Chinese International School in Braemar Hill, the Japanese International School in North Point, the French International School in Jardine's Lookout, German Swiss International School on Guildford Road, Peak School on Plunkett Road and the Hong Kong Academy on Stubbs Road. Medical services are provided by three private hospitals: the Adventist, the Canossa and the Matilda nearby.
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