This old colonial house is basking in colonial charm. Upon entering, the light and views from the spectacular arched windows are breathtaking. Parquet flooring throughout. Separate living and dining rooms, with a great sized balcony off the living room. The family room downstairs leads onto the grass garden. The kitchen is basic but large and bright. One maid's room off the utility room, but there is a storage room that could be used as a 2nd maid's room. Upstairs are the 4 bedrooms. Currently carpeted but underneath the carpet is wooden floorboards that could be reinstated. Double car garage.
Built in 2 phases and completed in 1976, these 48 houses remain popular family homes. They are all 3-4 bedrooms with separate living and dining rooms with fireplaces. The interiors are spacious and the majority of houses have a yard or garden. Internal conditions vary, but many have now been upgraded. The development is adjacent to the Peak school and close to the Peak supermarkets and public transportation.
It is home to one of Hong Kong's top tourist attractions - The Peak Tower which can be reached by road or by the Peak Tram, a funicular railway with a terminus in Central. The Tower has a large viewing deck with panoramic harbour views and many shops and restaurants. Next to the tower is the Peak Galleria, a complex also containing many shops and popular restaurants.