Realty Garden at Western Mid-Levels
The Realty Gardens is a private housing estate in the Western Mid-Levels of Hong Kong Island, located at 41 Conduit Road, each with 1,350 square feet. The residence was built by Wheelock in 1971. There are currently 5 buildings on the artificial platform. The building is 20 stories high. There is a private housing clubhouse. It is located on the mountainside behind the building. It is about 50 meters long and there is a barbecue on the other mountainside. The residence has estate buses and public light buses to transport residents back and forth between Central and Western District.
The residence is an old mansion in the district. Half of the units are heading north. It is facing high-density buildings in Conduit Road. The landscape is covered. Only some high-rises enjoy a small piece of sea view. However, the middle and upper floors of the property are located in the south. The green mountain scenery, open and quiet, also protects privacy. There are not many houses in the property, and this group is one of them. It is located on the middle floor, and the view is just above the front retaining wall, overlooking the pool and the mountain. Step out of the terrace, in addition to enjoying the view, you can breathe in the fresh air and relax.
The dining room of the unit is mainly white, and the interior is brighter, making the already practical lining more spacious. The original plan was north facing, the window was small, and the squatting room was opposite the bedroom adjacent to the south with large windows. Then the seat was added with a frosted glass screen, but there was no window. The original suite was dismantled into a long-shaped room, with a platform and multiple sets of large cabinets. In addition, the housing estate has completed renovation works in recent years.
The Mid-Levels East is bounded by the boundary of the Wan Chai District and the Central and Western District. It is to the east of the Pok Fu Lam Road to the east, to the north of the Pok Fu Lam Country Park and to the south of the Kwun Tong Road. At the beginning of Hong Kong's opening up, the top of the mountain was a Western-style dignitary and wealthy merchant. The Central and Central-Mid-Levels were mixed with Huayang, while the Upper Ring Road, the Western Ring and Sheung Wan, and the Western District and the Mid-Levels were dominated by Chinese. The location of the western half of the mountain area, the Victoria Harbour view can be seen in the early days, but with the development of the urban area, the western half-mountain landscape is also blocked by dense buildings in the same district and a large number of high-rise commercial buildings in Central and Sheung Wan, but in the middle of the building. Or you can see the blue of the sea. The Mid-Levels Central is adjacent to the business districts of Central and Admiralty, making it easy for work. The western half of the mountain has a strong colonial culture, and there are many school buildings with historical characteristics, such as the University of Hong Kong at the junction of Mid-Levels West and Pok Fu Lam, and the King's College. In addition, there are also some streets in the Mid-Levels, which are named after the Governor of Hong Kong, such as Po Wan Road, McDonald Road, Robinson Road, Kennedy Road and Bonham Road. In addition, the security of the Mid-Levels is relatively good in Hong Kong compared to Yau Tsim Mong District.
In the Western Mid-Levels, the average price was between 8,000 and 9 thousand in 2012. There are more than 2,000 square meters of large-scale residential buildings (but not comparable to the hundreds of millions of low-density luxury homes on the mountain) and about 1,000 square feet of office personnel. In addition, there is a good school network in the Western Mid-Levels. It has also attracted many people from the New Territories to move into the area for their children. However, most of them can only move into flats which are smaller than the former New Territories and Kowloon. This area is adjacent to the Central Office. The demand for a large number of commuters to work in the area has resulted in a large number of fine units in the area, making Mid-Levels Central the lowest income for families in the half-mountain area of Hong Kong Island, and the remaining half-mountain areas have more large units.