Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf

How one of Hong Kong's most powerful families built a suburban oasis in the heart of Kowloon

  • Some of the city’s biggest movers and shakers live in the low-rise homes on leafy Kadoorie Hill, which they rent for up to US$41,000 a month
  • A Kadoorie family-invested firm bought the land in 1930 as a hedge against a downturn in its main business, construction

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Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
Post-war architectural features typical of the homes on Kadoorie Hill. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
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