Whether a townhouse by the seaside or a penthouse on The Peak, Hong Kong boasts a number of desirable luxury properties. Below, we round up six prestigious residences to consider if you’re house hunting in Hong Kong.
Conveniently located in the heart of Discovery Bay, the new Poggibonsi offers stunning sea views, striking architectural design and a choice of layouts from studios to four-bedroom residences. Its three towers, with a total of 196 units, sit on a hill above the bays of Yi Pak Wan and Sam Pak Wan and provide views extending from Discovery College to Victoria Harbour to Hong Kong Disneyland. Inside, each luxurious unit has been designed to maximise natural light and comes equipped with premium fixtures and appliances from leading brands such as De Dietrich. poggibonsi.com.hk
Kerry Properties’ latest prestigious residential development at Beacon Hill is a private sanctuary nestled among natural greenery at 9 Lung Kui Road. Mont Rouge comprises five villas, 14 detached houses and two towers with 26 apartments. Unit sizes range from 1,700 to 7,100 square feet. Its elevated hillside location provides spectacular south-facing views of Kowloon Peninsula, Victoria Harbour and The Peak, while Festival Walk and Kowloon Tong MTR station are just 10 minutes’ travel time away.
Taking pride of place atop The Peak in the west of Hong Kong Island, Mount Nicholson is a gated community of 19 unique detached houses and 48 spacious apartment units with saleable areas that range from 4,186 to 9,950 square feet. The top-quality design and construction is the result of collaborations among world-leading architects and designers including Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Yabu Pushelberg, Wong & Ouyang and LWK + Partners. Amenities and services include a large-scale clubhouse, ballroom, theatre and SAS-trained security guards.
Situated against a lush hillside in Tai Lam, Wing Tai Properties’ townhouse project The Carmel comprises individual townhouses (most with private gardens and garages) as well as 130 residential units from studio to four-suite penthouses. Renowned landscape architect Jean Mus has created three spectacular vertical gardens that blend seamlessly with the development’s graceful design.
8 Deep Water Bay Drive
Luxury residential development 8 Deep Water Bay Drive is built along the contours of prestigious Shouson Hill. Typical apartments range from three to four en-suite bedroom units with saleable areas of 2,865 to 4,214 square feet, while the state-of-the-art clubhouse facilities include an interconnected 20-metre indoor pool and 25-metre outdoor pool. The private enclave also features a 22,000-square-foot garden.
Unveiled in September, Goldin Group’s first luxury property development in Hong Kong, Grand Homm, aims to redefine opulence in the residential market. The Ho Man Tin project comprises six towers with a total of 401 spacious apartments, each accessed via a private lift lobby. The complex also features 284 parking spaces, a four-storey clubhouse and lush tropical landscaping. Amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, and an indoor clay tennis court.