3 Bedroom(s) (2-Ensuite); 3 Bathroom(s); Separate Living and Dining Room; Garden; 1 Maid's Room; 1 Study Room; 2 Balconies; 1 Utility Room.
1978 (building age 41 years)
Rare waterfront residence boasts magical views of the sea and lush green mountains.
Bounded by the country park and surrounded by the long seashore, Stanley offers low density relaxing country living environment with a seaside Mediterranean feel. Homes are mainly lowrise apartments and town houses of smaller scale housing projects.
Stanley is a seashore town located after Repulse Bay and before Tai Tam on the Southside. The geography of Stanley covers the peninsula extending from the quiet residential area, the beach, town centre, to Regalia Bay on Wong Ma Kok, and all the way up to Stanley Fort and the Army Barracks. Unlike many other housing districts, Stanley has many venues where people can congregate to give it a community feel. There are businesses in the Stanley Market, and numerous open spaces, coffee shops, bars, restaurants for residents to stroll, meet and entertain. The town centre boasts restaurants and bars along the Main Street on the waterfront promenade, a beautiful and lively beach, Stanley Market for the tourists, and a Municipal Services Building with public amenities. More than just a beautifully restored historic iconic building, Murray House hosts bars, restaurants and an H&M Clothing Store. Stanley Plaza is a good place to shop. The American Club is up the road on Tai Tam Road.
St. Stephens College is a well-known local boarding and day school located on Wong Ma Kok Road near St. Stephens Beach. Hong Kong International School Tai Tam Campus is with 4-minute drive, whereas its South Bay Campus are within and 7-minute drive.
Commute to Central would be around 30 minutes.