【Xihui】The main two-bedroom savvy boarding | Hong Kong 香港



Sham Shui Po Xihui is a “Hong Kong Building” project of the Housing Society. Its selling point is solid but not fancy. Aimed at Hong Kong families, the project focuses on two bedrooms. The spacing is practical and easy to drive. It is a smart choice for self-occupation or investment. There is no need to talk about the appreciation potential of the building. Property name: Xihui District: Cheung Sha Wan / Sham Shui Po District: Kowloon Address / Lot: 399 Castle Peak Road Number of Buildings: 3 Building Number of Floors: 33 floors (including basement floor, excluding roof, lift machine room floor and upper floor) Rooftop) The second floor of the basement, the first floor, the ground floor, the 1st floor to the 33rd floor and the 4th, 14th and 24th floors on the roof. Total number of units: 350 units Occupation date: August 23, 2016 Property school network: adjacent to the kindergarten Sham Shui Po ; Primary school 40 nets; Secondary school Sham Shui Po total number of parking spaces: 6 residential parking spaces on the second floor of the basement, 31 residential parking spaces on the first floor of the basement, 31 residential parking spaces (parking spaces for the disabled) 1 residential motorcycle parking space, 4 sellers/holding companies of the seller: Vendor: Hong Kong Housing Society Land grant period: 50 years, starting from July 25, 2011 Management company: Hong Kong Housing Society Disclaimer: This promotional material can only be used for promotion and promotion of second-hand residential properties and is for reference only. It is not and cannot be used to promote any first-hand residential property. Its accuracy and authenticity are subject to the information provided by the real estate developer. Go to ” HongKongFloorPlans” housing estate page: Subscribe to ” HongKongFloorPlans” YouTube channel: Like ” HongKongFloorPlans” Facebook page: Follow ” HongKongFloorPlans” Instagram: Follow public No.: meilian1200 ( HongKongFloorPlans).

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