Well-appointed luxury apartments in Mid-levels offer privacy with city convenience
Two apartments on Hong Kong Island, one on Hollywood Road and the other on Robinson Road, are available to buy or to rent
Hollywood Road in Mid-Levels is where some of the most prestigious homes are located. The area features art galleries and antique shops, and is home to fine-dining establishments and bars, tucked among A-grade high-rise complexes.
International property consultants Savills has a property on the third floor of 226 Hollywood Road.
According to Savills, TwoTwoSix offers the luxury of space and seclusion in the midst of a vibrant city life. A quick walk off Hollywood Road, and hidden from the street, TwoTwoSix has a light-filled reception area, with 4.9-metre high ceiling, adorned with contemporary art.
A key-access private lift transports you to a spacious two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment designed to provide the utmost privacy. Floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides allow unobstructed views. Internally, every detail is luxurious, from the bathroom through to the open kitchen. The saleable area of the flat is 912 sq ft and the gross area is approximately 1,450 sq ft. The owner is seeking HK$22.8 million for the sale of the apartment, and a rental price of HK$80,000. Richard Elms of Savills is in charge of the sale of the property.
Another interesting home available this week is at 1 Robinson Road, Mid-Levels West. The agent for the property is Landscope Christie’s. The superluxury flat has a gross area of 3,800 sq ft and a saleable area of 3,003 sq ft. It has an asking price of HK$85 million, while the owner is seeking HK$128,000 per month as rent.
The unit has four bedrooms, including one en suite and four bathrooms. It has separate living and dining rooms, a 498 sq ft terrace and a maid’s room. It is well decorated and fully furnished, and offers views of the city. The high-rise development was completed in 1979 and is well maintained.
The agents in charge of the sale/rent of the property at Landscope Christie’s are Teresa Lau and Jenson Au.