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Wah Po Building

1 Kennedy Town New Praya, Western / Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Price: HKD 23,000,000 sale with lease
(S) 1,029 (G) 1,536 sq.ft. 2-Bed., 2.5-Bath.
Proway Relocation & Real Estate Services Ltd.

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View
Private Terrace
Private Terrace
Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom
Second Ensuite Bedroom
Second Ensuite Bedroom
Second Ensuite Bathroom
Second Ensuite Bathroom
Open Kitchen
Open Kitchen
Open Kitchen
Open Kitchen
Guest Powder Room
Guest Powder Room

General Information

Price : HKD 23,000,000 sale with lease
Saleable Area : 1,029 sq.ft.
Gross Area : 1,536 sq.ft.
Bedroom(s) : 2 (2-Ensuite)
Management Fee : To be confirmed
Government Rate : To be confirmed
Government Rent : To be confirmed
Property# : 150963
Last Updated : 2021-07-28
This property has the following ancillary accommodation which has not been included in the "Saleable Area". Please verify the information on site.
Flat Roof : 2,000 sq.ft.

Layout

2 Bedroom(s) (2-Ensuite); 2.5 Bathroom(s); Combined Living and Dining Room; 1 Terrace

View

  • All of the windows of this apartment enjoy views of the huge private terrace and the lush tree's of the park beyond.

Internal Condition

  • Three apartments have been combined to provide a uniqely large apartment rarely found in Kennedy Town.
  • Partially furnished and recently renovated with no attention spared on detail and finish.
  • The living room is rectangular with hard wood oak floors and bi-fold doors to access the private terrace.
  • Master bedoom is huge with floor to ceiling wardrobes allowing for ample storage. Access to the private terrace is achieved through bi-fold doors.
  • Master bathroom benefits from double sinks, a heated towel rack, a bath and rain shower.
  • Second ensuite bedroom also enjoys floor to ceiling wardrobes and bi-fold doors to access the private terrace.
  • Second ensuite bathroom benefits from a rain shower and a heated towel rack.
  • The open kitchen looks on to the living room and is fully loaded with a large double door fridge/freezer, oven, microwave, dish washer and wine fridge. The breakfast bar is the perfect spot for the family to gather in the morning to eat.
  • A concealed door in the kitchen reveals the guest powder room.

Outdoor

  • A massive landscaped terrace with a dining table, lounge chairs and an outdoor heater is perfect for entertaining.
  • A storage unit containes a washing machine and ample storage for the those bulky items like luggage.
  • Wah Po Building is located on the Kennedy Town waterfront, a short stroll from all of the restaraunts and bars.
  • A brand new gym has opened in the commercial unit under the building and a brand new public swimming pool is located on the other side of the park that the property overlooks.

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Building Information

Basic Info High-rise Apartment
Year built 1978 (building age 43 years)

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About Kennedy Town

Shek Tong Tsui was where it all began some 170 years ago. Sai Wan, Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun included, remained an important part of Hong Kong until MTR somehow missed Sai Wan when the railway opened in 1979. Thanks to recent MTR access, the long forgotten sleepy Sai Wan is coming back in a vengeance. As old buildings are redeveloped, new home buyers and tenants are moving in, which attract new and upscale businesses to serve this new and more affluent customer base.

Commercially, higher rentals squeeze out less competitive outmoded businesses, making room for chain stores, specialty stores, and new trendy restaurants and bars. Yet some of the time honoured solid family businesses are thriving due to a more affluent customer base.

In term of property prices, the long suppressed property prices have seen significant capital growth in recent years, and will continue to outperform the market when the gentrification process is in full swing.

Only four MTR stops from Central, Kennedy Town is very convenient for commuters. There are wide variety of shops for daily shopping and entertainment. Compared to other popular housing districts, rental in Kennedy Town still offers higher value for money. This explains why K Town is hugely popular among tenants.

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