【Kwong Yuen Village】Large housing estate with quiet environment | Hong Kong 香港

Public housing in Hong Kong still has a certain appeal. First, property prices are relatively low, and second, public housing estates give people a sense of human touch. Kwong Yuen Village, which is built on the hillside, is a good example. Kwong Yuen Village, located at 68 Xiao Lek Yuen Road, can enjoy various livelihood facilities of Kwong Yuen Village’s market and bus terminal, which adds a lot of impression to the housing estate and is suitable for first-time self-occupation by passengers on the bus. Kwong Yuen Estate, Kwong Yuen Estate, No. 68, Siu Lek Yuen Road, Sha Tin, Housing Authority Blocks: 6 Blocks 4,414 Units Date of Occupation: 01/04/1989-01/11/1990 Property School Network: Primary School: 91; Secondary School: Shatin Vendor / Vendor’s holding company Vendor Hong Kong Housing Authority Disclaimer: This promotional material can only be used to promote and promote second-hand residential properties and is for reference only. It is not and cannot be used to promote any first-hand residential properties. Its accuracy and truthfulness The property is subject to the information provided by the real estate developer. Online customer service: ▼▼See more ▼▼ Go to the ” HongKongFloorPlans” housing estate page: Go to ” HongKongFloorPlans”: Go to the ” HongKongFloorPlans” new development page: Subscribe to the ” HongKongFloorPlans” YouTube channel :Like ” HongKongFloorPlans” Facebook page: Follow ” HongKongFloorPlans” Instagram: Follow public account: meilian1200 ( HongKongFloorPlans).


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