23 Warren Street, Tai Hang
Layout & Features
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Balcony: Yes
- No Carpark
- Facilities: Yes
- Furniture: Unfurnished
- Kitchen: Fitted
- Living-dining room: combined
- View: Open View
Warrenwoods Building Information
23 Warren Street
Number of units
243-2367 sq ft
BBQ Area, Garden - Roof / Sky garden, Gymnasium, Jacuzzi, Reading Lounge/Room, Sauna, Swimming Pool - outdoor
A brand new single tower high rise complex with facilities, situated in the lower part of Tai Hang, within walking distance to Causeway Bay. There are typically 6 units per floor, with the exception of the topmost floors where there are 3 duplexes. There are mainly studios, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom units, all of which have good ceiling heights and private balconies. Contemporary high quality fittings are included in all units. The building is situated close to Causeway Bay MTR as well as a main bus station.
Jardines Lookout & Tai Hang District Information
Tai Hang Road starts at the Stubbs Road roundabout and continues around the rim of Happy Valley and So Kon Po finishing in Causeway Bay. Midway along above Happy Valley and off Tai Hang Road is Jardine’s Lookout, an upmarket low density residential area consisting of many large houses with gardens and a few high rise developments. The largest of these is the Mount Butler development at the top on Mount Butler. These are older large apartments still owned by the Hong Kong Government. The Government also owns a few newer blocks on Tai Hang Road.
Another large development, Cavendish Heights, was completed in 1986 and is a multi-owner complex. There are a variety of developments strung along Tai Hang Road of varying ages and heights from mid height to some very high rise complexes closer to the end of Causeway Bay, such as Illumination Terrace. There are a large size range of apartments available from small 1 and 2 bed units to large 5 bedroom apartments and penthouses. Another low density area off Tai Hang Road is Wang Fung Terrace where you find mostly mid-rise apartments, many of which have been rebuilt or renovated in recent years.
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