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Address: 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Size:
  • Saleable Area: 1,133 sq.ft.
  • Gross Floor Area: 1,568 sq.ft.

Layout & Features:
High rise apartment of 1,133 sq.ft.(net)/1,568 sq.ft.(gross), with 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 maid's room with bath and harbour view.

Highlights:
The Masterpiece is one of Hong Kong's most prestigious residential building located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The fully-equipped Club House facilities include: Outdoor Swimming Pool and Children Pool, Outdoor Jacuzzi, Gymnasium, Game Room, Snooker Room, Children Play Area and Steam Room. This 2-bedroom unit has an ensuite Master bedroom and a Bed Room, 2 bathrooms, a spacious combined living and dining room and a fully fitted elegant kitchen equipped with cooking stove, range hood, fridge, oven and microwave.

Last Updated: Apr 3 2017      

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Map & Building Information

Building Name:

The Masterpiece

Address:

18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Building Age:

8 Years

Building Type:

High Rise

Size of Development:

1 block(s) of 67 storeys each, 11 flat(s) per floor

Unit Range (sq.ft) :

816 to 5260

Floor Plan

Facilities:

  • Club House
  • Gym
  • PlayGround
  • Pool - Outdoor
  • Room - Multi-purpose
  • Room - Snooker
  • Table Tennis
  • 24 hours Security

District Information: Tsim Sha Tsui & Hung Hom

Tsim Sha Tsui & Hung Hom, Hong Kong

This district, commonly known by its acronym, TST, is located in Kowloon, directly opposite the central portion of Hong Kong’s famous skyline. It is dominated by commercial & retail buildings, luxury hotels and sites of interest including the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Hong Kong Museum of History. TST spreads eastwards towards Hung Hom and is well-connected to Hong Kong’s transport network. The area can be conveniently accessed by the Star Ferry and MTR.

Housing:
  • Previously restricted in height due to the presence of Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak Airport, older buildings are largely mid-rises by nature.
  • The area has undergone rapid development over the last decade, leading to the construction of new high-rise blocks such the Masterpiece. Many of these residences have spectacular views of Hong Kong Harbour or Kowloon Park.
Schools:
  • King George V (KGV), one of the oldest secondary schools in Hong Kong and a member of the English Schools Foundation (ESF), is located in nearby Ho Man Tin.
  • Schools in and around Kowloon Tong are also easily accessible to TST residents. These include Australian International School, American International School, Yew Chung International School, Concordia International School and Diocesan Boys School.
  • PIPS is an International Baccalaureate Prep School that is located above Kowloon Station. It follows an enquiry-based primary years programme (PYP).
  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic University is situated in Hung Hom, northeast of TST.
  • Hong Kong Island schools are also only a short journey away.
Highlights:
  • Luxury hotels in the area include The Peninsula, The Intercontinental and Kowloon Shangri-La.
  • A large number of museums are located in TST, which is home to The Hong Kong Space Museum, The Hong Kong Art Museum, The Hong Kong Museum of History and The Hong Kong Science Museum, among others.
  • The Hong Kong Cultural Centre sits on the site of the old Kowloon-Canton Railway, its clock tower remaining as an ode to the past. Glittering stage and musical performances take place inside the venue.
  • The area is a shopping haven with large shopping malls including 1881 Heritage, Harbour City/Ocean Terminal, K11 and iSQUARE offering the biggest brand names, and the streets along Nathan Road and Peking Road lined with shops selling jewelry, tailored clothing and cultural goods.
  • Knutsford Terrace – the Kowloon alternative to Soho and Lan Kwai Fong - is filled with restaurants & bars that prepare mouth-watering dishes in a wide range of cuisines.
  • TST has long been a melting pot of different cultures, with many minority groups having set up here during colonial times. Chungking Mansions, previously a hotbed of crime, now features guesthouses, curry restaurants and African bistros that originated alongside the migration of South Asian & African cultural groups.
  • Kowloon Park occupies a large area of green space in the northwestern portion of TST. A wide range of sports facilities are available to the public including a swimming complex capable of holding international events.
  • Kowloon Cricket Club is located within the area and provides a whole host of facilities for its members.

Properties for Sale in Tsim Sha Tsui*

37

Properties for Rent in Tsim Sha Tsui

29

Tsim Sha Tsui Avg. Sales Price

HKD 32587/sq.ft.(S.A.)

Tsim Sha Tsui Avg. Asking Rental

HKD 64103

*The above figures are based on OKAY.com's database

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