Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

Five villas set for en bloc sale at The Peak

May 18, 2018 - The Peak
A luxury low rise development comprising five town houses at 3 Plunkett’s Road on The Peak is being offered for collective sale at HK$2.34 billion (US$298.22 million).

HK apartment sells for psf record price of $17,000

November 21, 2017 - The Peak
Two apartment units at Mount Nicholson just sold for a combined HK$1.16 billion, making them Asia’s most expensive residences in square footage terms.

HKD 104,000 psf for Mount Nicholson, reached a new high in Asia

August 18, 2017 - The Peak
Phase 2 of Mount Nicholson, The Peak sold 4 units last week, received over HKD 1.5 billion, in which units 16A & 16B were sold together with one agreement for HKD 912 million.

Villa at MOUNT NICHOLSON sold at HKD 720 million

February 21, 2017 - The Peak
A transaction was recorded at MOUNT NICOLSON in the Peak yesterday at HKD 720 million, or HKD 89,000 per sq ft.

2 villas of Mount Nicholson sold for HKD 1.125 billion

December 04, 2016 - The Peak
Mount Nicholson at the Peak sold Villa No. 9 and No.11 through tender, which closed last Friday (18 November).

Peak house sells for $1.5 billion

August 13, 2015 - The Peak
A 9,890-square-feet luxury house at 22 Barker Road on The Peak is believed to have been sold for HK$1.5 billion, the world’s second most expensive in terms of per square foot.

Asia's most expensive home on sale in Hong Kong

August 07, 2014 - The Peak
Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) is offering a super-deluxe house on The Peak for HK$175,735 per square foot.

The top 10 most expensive streets in the world 2013

November 20, 2013 - The Peak
Pollock’s Path, located in Hong Kong’s The Peak neighbourhood, was recently ranked the world’s most expensive street in a report compiled by

The World’s Richest Street: Hong Kong’s Severn Road

December 28, 2012 - The Peak
Hong Kong’s Severn Road, a winding street of mansions and tony apartments, is still the priciest address on the planet.

Bid to save Ho Tung Gardens abandoned

December 12, 2012 - The Peak
The plans to preserve Ho Tung Gardens have come to a halt as its owner, Hong Kong heiress, Ho Min-kwan, wins fight to demolish grade one historic site, rejecting land exchange and HK$3 billion (US$387,094,392) deal.