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51-53 Bisney Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

Layout:3 Bedroom(s) (3-Ensuite); 3.5 Bathroom(s); Combined Living and Dining Room; 1 Terrace; 1 Maid's Room
Size: (S) 1,419 (G) 1,832 sq.ft.

Stunning Home For Sale
Forming part of a charming low rise development in quiet surroundings, this beautifully renovated apartment features quality fixtures and fittings throughout.

There is a state of the art open plan chef's kitchen with exceptional storage. The living-dining area is separated by a double sided working fire place. Light wood flooring, high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and balcony doors allow plenty of natural light and easy access to the large wrap-around terrace.

The master bedroom enjoys direct access to the terrace, has built in wardrobes and a tastefully decorated ensuite bathroom with free standing bath and walk-in shower. The other two bedrooms have their own shower/bath and share a powder room. The helper's room with own bathroom is cleverly positioned behind the kitchen for optimal privacy for all occupants.

Viewing is highly recommended for this no-expenses spared home.

About Albany Court

Completed in 1993 by Yu Tai Hing, Albany Court is a 4-storey modern lowrise building constructed in the quiet area of Bisney Road close to Victoria Road. The building has 14 apartments served by 2 lifts. There are 2 apartments and carparking spaces on the Ground Level, and 4 apartments per floor from 1st Floor to 3rd Floor. Ground Floor apartments have private terraces accessed from the living room and master bedroom and apartments on 3rd Floor come with private roof terraces. Apartments are spacious with three good sized bedrooms and living areas. Depending on the floor level and orientation, these apartments enjoy different aspects of greenery and partial sea views.

The building is professionally managed with 24-hour security.

About Pokfulam

Pokfulam is a country area outside of Western Districts before reaching Aberdeen. Starting from HKU, it consists of Mount Davis, Sandy Bay, Cyber Port, Chi Fu before ending with Tin Wan. In the past, Pokfulam Road was seriously congested, giving rise to Pokfulam Moratorium in the 1970's which is still in force today to slow down and reduce scale from property developments to control the amount of traffic generated within the Pokfulam area. Over time, the outcome is Pokfulam remains largely under developed compared to neighbouring districts.

Infrastructure improvement in recent years tremendously reduced travel time and have made Pokfulam a desirable housing district. Extension of Route 4 from Kennedy Town to Central provides a bypass away from Sai Ying Pun for vehicles to and from Pokfulam and Kennedy Town. MTR extension to Western District provide alternative to commuters further ease traffic during rush hours.

There are a few distinctive neighbhourhoods offering diverse housing options to accommodate different tastes and budgets. Mount Davis and Victoria Road offer spacious midrise flats along the green hillside and the soothing coastline. Bisney Road area is a small housing pocket offering lowrise apartments and townhouses. There are wide arrays of selection of luxury apartments in Residence Bel-air and Baguio, whereas Chi Fu and Pokfulam Gardens cater for the mass market.

Although it is a secluded pure residential area, the immediate district enjoy a network of facilities and amenities in the shopping arcade in Cyberport, shops and supermarket in Baguio, and a host of retailers in Kennedy Town.

Within the vicinity are University of Hong Kong and Queen Mary Hospital. Kennedy Town is down the road through Pokfulam Road, and Central is within 10 - 15 minutes driving distance.

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Property# : 73370