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Baguio Villa
碧瑤灣

550 & 555 Victoria Road, Pokfulam
Price (HKD) $19,000,000 20,971/sq.ft
Rental (HKD) -
AREA (SQ FT) 906
BEDS (en) 2 (1)
BATHS 2
OUTDOOR (SQ.FT.) -
PARKING 1
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Property ID: 174210

View - Baguio Villa

  • Windows facing the back of the flat bring the lush green view indoor.

Internal Condition - Baguio Villa

  • Prestige apartment popular amongst families.
  • Living and dining areas are clearly defined on the open floorplan with well appointed furniture.
  • Master suite contains a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom.
  • Sufficient space in the second bedroom to put a double size bed.
  • Study room with access to the guest bathroom is located next to the dining area.
  • Kitchen comes equipped with appliances and practical cabinets.
  • Extra space is provided in the storage room.
  • Bathrooms are well maintained.
  • Includes covered carpark.

Building Information - Baguio Villa

550 & 555 Victoria Road, Pokfulam

A very popular, large development situated above and below Victoria Road, and within easy reach to Pokfulam country park. Baguio Villa is a rural delight that combines living convenience, quiet environment and nice views, a good selection of recreational facilities and an assortment of layouts with high efficiency ratio. It is built between 1975 and 1979 on a refreshing green landscape. It comprises a total of 19 blocks in 6 phases. Phases 1, 2, 3 and 6 are defined as Lower Baguio Villa and Phases 4 and 5 are Upper Baguio Villa. Flats range in size from 1,020 sq. ft to 2,680 sq. ft. with either sea or mountain views. Residents are well served by supermarkets, shops, restaurants and schools in this child and pet friendly neighbourhood. There are ample car parking facilities, and public transportation frequent.

OP Date

1979-09

District Information

Primary School Network

18 Southern Southern

Secondary School Network

Southern

Last Updated: 29 Jul 2021