• Cushman & Wakefield Is Appointed Sole Agent For Duplex Unit With Garden On Tai Hang Road

    8 July 2015

    Hong Kong, 7 July, 2015 – Cushman & Wakefield, the world’s largest privately-held commercial real estate services firm, has been appointedthe sole agent for the sale of an exquisite duplex unit with a generously sized garden at 331 Tai Hang Road.


    The unit is to be sold by private treaty, with an indicated price of HK$120 million. The unit rate of the saleable area is equivalent to HK$38,363 per sq.ft.

    The property is situated in a low-density, luxurious residential area at the first section of Tai Hang Road, one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious locations. Residents are able to benefit from the tranquil ambience and serene greenery, with the heart of Causeway Bay’s thriving commercial district a mere approx. 5-10 minutes away by car. With a saleable area of 3,128 sq.ft., an adjacent 1,379 sq.ft. private garden terrace and two covered car parking spaces, this spacious duplex unit is highly attractive.

    Angel Law, Executive Director of Residential for Cushman and Wakefield Hong Kong, said, “This property is situated in a peaceful, luxurious residential area at one of Hong Kong’s principal locations with the Central CBD easily accessible via car or public transport. The outdoor private garden terrace is a rare gem in the city, with natural light adding to the spacious feel. The low-density surrounding offers a high degree of privacy. This luxurious duplex unit is an exceptional offer that is hard to come by in the city center.”



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