A matching pair of 1,400 sqft village properties with private rooftops, each with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and balconies with stunning sea-mountain views.
Picturesque and peaceful, these homes are set in a 3,500 sqft compound with garden space, mature banyan trees, slate terraces and a Koi fishpond.
No. 100 Tai Peng New Village, Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island
For sale @ HK$11.98m
A classic two-storey 1.400 sqft New Territories village house amid spectacular hills and sea views.
Set on a slate terrace on a standalone podium, the property is one of a pair of homes at the centre of a 3,500 sqft compound.
With three bedrooms, classic wooden flooring, high ceilings and double-glazed windows throughout, No. 100 is accessible via two land-marked gateways.
- Two storeys, 1,400sq ft
- Two/Three bedrooms
- Two bathrooms with rain showers + bathtub
- Western-style kitchens
- First floor office spaces
- Internal staircases to roof
- Double glazing throughout
- Split level air conditioning and ceiling fans
- High Ceilings (10ft/3m)
- Parquet floors
- First floor balconies
- Roof gardens
- Green views at all levels with sea views
- BBQ areas and slate tiled outdoor dining spaces
- Good mobile phone reception
- 10-15 mins from Yung Shue Wan pier
No. 99 and No. 100 Tai Peng New Village
For sale @ HK$28.8m (with leaseback opportunity for one property)
Snuggled within discrete grounds set on a standalone podium, the two houses are at the centre of a 3,500 sqft compound.
As an example of Lamma Island as an investment opportunity, the adjacent properties are a unique proposition in terms of scope and geographic positioning.
With six bedrooms, double-glazed windows throughout, No. 100 and No 99 Tai Peng are within five minutes of the Tai Peng New Village shop.
Lamma Island is unspoiled compared to its outlying neighbours, Peng Chau and Cheung Chau.
As the third largest island in Hong Kong, Lamma boasts a relaxed vibe and a more Bohemian lifestyle. Unlike its neighbours, there are no cars on Lamma, just motorized carts, bicycles and emergency vehicles.
Most Lamma Island properties are located within a strolling distance from the Yung Shue Wan which is lined with an intriguing range of restaurants, shops and a vital ATM.