King Cheung Mansion

1-9 King Kwong Street, Happy Valley


Pixie Thomas
+852 2537 1177
+852 91046509

Ref #: 140876
Updated on: 11-Apr-2024


for rent per month (Inclusive)
Management fee:
TBC per month
Government rate:
TBC per quarter
Saleable area:
532 sq ft

Gross area:
680 sq ft

Renovated 1 bed flat in very good condition in Happy Valley. Very bright & in a quiet area. Excellent kitchen & bathroom & storage. Ideal for couple or single person. Older building with access to the roof. Very convenient location, with bars, restaurants & supermarkets. Good transportation. Includes Wifi, all utilities, & cleaning once a week.

Layout & Features

  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • No Carpark
  • Furniture: Unfurnished
  • Kitchen: Fitted
  • Living-dining room: combined
  • View: Open View


Pixie Thomas
+852 2537 1177
+852 91046509

King Cheung Mansion Building Information

1-9 King Kwong Street

Happy Valley

Year built

Number of units
Typical Size
327-692 sq ft

An older mid-rise building of 10 storeys, built in 1966 and located in the heart of Happy Valley. It is surrounded by good shopping, the market and lots of cool restaurants. The building has a total of 137 apartments, 14 on most floors. The unit sizes vary but range between 327-692 sf saleable areas and are mostly 1-2 bedrooms but internal renovations & conditions vary considerably.

Happy Valley District Information

It was full of rice paddies and basically swampy until they constructed the racecourse in 1846. The area became home to 6 cemeteries and then became known as Happy Valley, a common euphemism for cemeteries. In 1922 the Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital opened in Happy Valley.

Happy Valley is also home to the HK Jockey Club headquarters and clubhouse and the Hong Kong Racing Museum. Nowadays, in addition to the racing track the centre of the course is filled with sports fields for rugby and football and it is home to the Happy Valley Athletic Association. The parks are also well used by schools and local clubs and the track round the racecourse is popular with local runners.

Learn more about Happy Valley