(@28,235 / @33,287)
1 Living Room,
1 Dining Room,
1 Maid's Room
Y.Y. Mansions 裕仁大廈
96 Pok Fu Lam Road
1967 (56 years)
Mid Rise Apartment
1,032sf - 1,442sf (3 bedrooms)
It comprises four blocks of 12-storeys building with 2 units per floor totally 96 units. Primary One Admission School Net for Y. Y. Mansion is 11. It belongs to Central and Western District for Secondary School Places Allocation Scheme. Typical unit with 3 good-sized bedrooms including 1 ensuite, large kitchen & maid's quarter. Convenient location with easy access to Aberdeen & Business Central. Located on the hillside of Pokfulam Road, most of them have an open green view. Public transportation are convenient locate at the main road.
Pokfulam is a residential area on Hong Kong Island, at the western end of the Southern District. It is a valley between Victoria Peak and Mount Kellett, around Telegraph Bay.
It is a historic village, which has existed since the beginning of the 17th century. Local residents in the past have repeatedly asked the government to give indigenous inhabitants of Pok Fu Lam the same recognition as residents of the New Territories. These claims have been rejected by the government which also threatened demolition of the village.
In the Kangxi period (late 17th century) of the Qing dynasty, approximately 2,000 people seeking asylum from turmoils in mainland China reached this village. The early villagers, mostly with the surnames of Chen, Huang, and Luo, were farmers. The "Xinan County Journal" of 1819 mentioned that Pok Fu Lam Village was one of three villages on Hong Kong Island (the other were at Stanley and Wong Chuk Hang). It was described as "built alongside the hill and the creek, its structures are quite elegant". After the Second World War, the massive refugee influx seeking asylum from mainland China reached Hong Kong, resulting in the village population increasing from 20-odd households to more than 100 households. The original vegetable gardens were replaced by houses. It was not until the 1980s, when the Hong Kong economy experienced rapid growth, that the village population began to decrease, but many villagers remain in the village today.
Pok Fu Lam can claim several firsts in the history of Hong Kong: It was the place where Hong Kong's floral emblem, Bauhinia blakeana, was first discovered; the site for Hong Kong's first reservoir, Pokfulam Reservoir (1883, now part of a country park), and the site for Hong Kong's first dairy farm by five investors, including Sir Patrick Manson in 1885. The farm supplied not only milk, but cattle to Hong Kong, and later became Dairy Farm. However, it no longer exists in Pok Fu Lam.
Pok Fu Lam is connected to Lung Fu Shan, Sai Ying Pun and Aberdeen by the Pok Fu Lam Road. It's also indirectly connected to the Mid-Levels. Pok Fu Lam also outlooks Lamma Island. Pok Fu Lam is connected to Kennedy Town via Smithfield and Shek Tong Tsui via Hill Road.
Pok Fu Lam can claim several firsts in the history of Hong Kong: It was the place where Hong Kong's floral emblem, Bauhinia blakeana, was first discovered; the site for Hong Kong's first reservoir, Pokfulam Reservoir, (1883, now part of a country park); and the site for Hong Kong's first dairy farm by five investors, including Sir Patrick Manson in 1885. The farm supplied not only milk, but cattle to Hong Kong, and later became Dairy Farm. However, it no longer exists in Pok Fu Lam.
Across the Pokfulam Road, is University Hall. U-Hall, as it is abbreviated, is a residential unit for undergraduates of the University of Hong Kong. Originally, U-HaPok Fu Lam is notable for its quiet, green living environment (by Hong Kong standard), attracting a significant number of expatriates, many of whom work at the nearby University of Hong Kong.
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With effect from 1 April 2010, stamp duty on sale of immovable property in Hong Kong is charged at rates which vary with the amount or value of the consideration as follows:
(Where the stamp duty calculated includes a fraction of $1, round-up the duty to the nearest $1.)
|Amount or value of the consideration||Rate|
|Exceeds||Does not exceed|
|$2,000,000||$2,351,760||$100 + 10% of excess over $2,000,000|
|$3,000,000||$3,290,320||$45,000 + 10% of excess over $3,000,000|
|$4,000,000||$4,428,570||$90,000 + 10% of excess over $4,000,000|
|$6,000,000||$6,720,000||$180,000 + 10% of excess over $6,000,000|
|$20,000,000||$21,739,120||$750,000 + 10% of excess over $20,000,000|
The information provided by this calculator is for illustrative purposes only. Be sure to consult a financial professional & the calculated results are intended for illustrative purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed.