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Ho Man Tin is a place where famous teachers are admired. Among them, the 14-year-old Dragon View Court has more choices and more than 80 percent. There are many famous universities nearby, which are suitable for families. In addition, the property is benefiting from the construction of the Shazhong Line. The property price is expected to be pursued. The current admission fee for the plate is 6.3 million dollars and the monthly fee is 23,369 dollars.
Dragon View Court was incorporated in 1998. It is 14 years old and consists of two properties. It provides 334 units, with an interval of 2 rooms and 3 rooms. There are also 16 duplex units with a building area ranging from 665 to 2095 square meters. The housing market provides 84 parking spaces with a ratio of 1 to 4, with a price of 600,000 to 700,000 dollars and a monthly rent of 3,900 dollars.
Dragon View Court has its own guest club and facilities. In addition to the outdoor swimming pool, there are a fitness room, sauna, children's playroom, table tennis room and billiard room. The estate is located in the prestigious school network. It is a network of 34 districts and a secondary school in Kowloon City. Schools in the district such as Lasalle Primary School and Pui Ching Middle School have always attracted many families.
The living environment of Dragon View Court is with tranquillity, and there is no shortage of living facilities. You can go to Aimin Village Shopping Mall and Market, and you can take a 5-minute walk to Ho Man Tin Plaza. The shopping malls are equipped with restaurants and banks to meet the daily needs of residents.
Noisy Mong Kok is a quiet area called Ho Man Tin, which is primarily residential and also home to the largest public housing estate in the Kowloon City district. The central part of Ho Man Tin lies between Argyle Street and Waterloo Road; whereas the Ho Man Tin MTR station is technically not located in Ho Man Tin, but in an area called Lo Lung Hang.
Ho Man Tin area is very residential, unlike the very close neighbouring area of Mong Kok. Therefore, a lot of stores here will not have English proficiency or English menus, so it may be worthwhile to take a friend that can speak Cantonese with you during your explorations of this area.
Aside from the hustle and bustle of Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui, residents had two large shopping malls - Langham Place and Festival Walk. For those interested in sports, the venerable Kowloon Cricket Club on Cox's Road has, in addition to its cricket ground, a wide range of sports facilities including a swimming pool complex, tennis courts, squash courts, lawn bowls, tenpin bowling lanes and snooker tables.
Other places in Ho Man Tin include the Gun Club Hill Barracks, next to the cricket club, the Kowloon Central Library on Pui Ching Road, Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Gascoigne Road, and King's Park Sports Ground on Wylie Path.
Though it is not in the vicinity of the railway, the Mong Kok and Hung Hom Railway Stations are connected with minibuses. The central part of Ho Man Tin, ironically, is actually closer to the Mong Kok East or Mong Kok MTR Station and is actually a good 20-minute walk from the Ho Man Tin MTR station. The journey is only a few minutes. In addition, there are a number of bus routes near the estates to and from Hong Kong Island. The traffic is still convenient. After the completion of the centre line, it is more convenient to travel to and from the districts.
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