One SilverSea

18 Hoi Fai Road, Tai Kok Tsui

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Tel: +852 2537 1177
This property is no longer available, please
contact our agents for similar properties.
+852 2537 1177

Ref #: 27636
Updated on: 29-Sep-2020

HK$71,000,000

for sale
Management fee:
TBC per month
Government rate:
TBC per quarter
Saleable area:
770 sq ft
Price per sq. sf. (SA):
HK$92,208
Gross area:
1,002 sq ft
Price per sq. sf. (GA):
HK$70,858

Layout & Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Balcony: Yes
  • No Carpark
  • Facilities: Yes
  • Furniture: Unfurnished
  • Kitchen: Fitted
  • Living-dining room: combined
  • View: Sea View
This property is no longer available, please
contact our agents for similar properties.
+852 2537 1177

One SilverSea Building Information

Address
18 Hoi Fai Road

Location
Tai Kok Tsui

Year built
2006

Number of units
695
Typical Size
665-2466 sq ft

Facilities
Billiards/Snooker Room, Children's Play area - Outdoor, Club House, Fitness room, Games room, Garden - Landscaped, Gymnasium, Jacuzzi, Multi-Function Sports Hall, Sauna, Swimming Pool - Indoor, Swimming Pool - outdoor

One Silversea consists of 7 towers, all with 35 floors and 3 apartments per floor. There is a total of 712 units in this development ranging from 665 – 1568 sq. ft and some special units on the top floors. Tower 1 has the largest apartments. One Silversea was completed in 2005 and has extensive grounds and club house facilities. Many of the units have harbour views. It is conveniently situated close to Olympic MTR Station and mall.

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Kowloon West, Olympic & Tai Kok Tsui District Information



Kowloon Station serves both the Airport Express and the Tung Chung line. On the west side of the district is the highway exit from the Western Harbour Crossing from HK Island to the New Territories and HK Airport. Further on is the West Kowloon Cultural District.

The area extends to Canton Road in the east. To the west and south is Victoria Harbour. To its north lie the areas of Olympic Station and Tai Kok Tsui. The station was named Olympic on 16 December 1996, paying tribute to those achievements of our successful Hong Kong athletes and it is is decorated with the pictures of 1996 Summer Olympics.  



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