(@23,674 / @29,332)
1 Living Room,
1 Dining Room,
1 Maid's Room
Hoc Tam Garden 學談花園
22 Yuk Sau Street
1984 (38 years)
High Rise Apartment
1,069sf - 2,171sf (3 bedrooms)
Hoc Tam Garden is located at Yuk Sau Street. It is a high-rise single block building with 23-storey, 2 units per floor, consisting of 45 residential apartments. It is situated at a convenient location of Happy Valley where many shops, restaurants, supermarket, and laundry, etc. can satisfy the daily necessities of residents who do not require to demand in other districts. Most units have racecourse view, city view, and mountain view. The convenient transportation provided to the residents includes public bus, green minibus, tram, and taxi. The adjacent city, Causeway Bay, being one of the business and entertainment centers of Hong Kong, can be easily accessed through several minutes’ driving or simply walking with about 20 minutes. The hospital providing best medical service is Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital. Primary One Admission School Net is 12 and it belongs to Wan Chai District for Secondary School Places Allocation Scheme.
Happy Valley is made up of upper income residential areas, and its residents include of a mix of Hong Kong natives and foreigners. Two of the tallest residential buildings in Hong Kong, "Highcliff" and "The Summit" are located in Happy Valley facing Mount Nicholson.
Happy Valley is also the location of six cemeteries. From south to north, they are the Jewish Cemetery, the Hindu Cemetery, the Parsee Cemetery, Hong Kong Cemetery, St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery, and the Muslim Cemetery.
The Hong Kong Racing Museum and the Happy Valley Racecourse, one of the two race tracks belonging to the Hong Kong Jockey Club headquarters, is in Happy Valley. Whenever a race runs, surrounding traffic patterns have to be changed: Cars will have to enter Happy Valley and the racecourse via Wong Nai Chung Road in a clockwise fashion, and the road may be heavily congested. The stadium lights in the racecourse illuminate nearby buildings even when the buildings themselves are unlit.
Happy Valley is also the home of Hong Kong First Division's Happy Valley Athletic Association.
It is mainly a residential area in Hong Kong, located in the northern part of Hong Kong Island. Administratively, it is part of Wan Chai District.
Happy Valley Racecourse, one of the two race tracks of the Hong Kong Jockey Club where located in Happy Valley.
The Hong Kong Racing Museum, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital, and a number of cemeteries (including the Hong Kong Cemetery) are also located in Happy Valley.
The Hong Kong Tramways extended into Happy Valley in 1922 and the community have been served by the trams ever since.
Residents can access the Causeway Bay MTR station via mini-buses, Aberdeen Tunnel, Wong Nai Chung Road and Canal Road Flyover also serve Happy Valley.
Happy Valley has two bus terminals, one on the hill and one at the bottom. The upper terminus serves one of Hong Kong's oldest bus routes (No. 1) which went from Green Lane of Happy Valley to Central.
Miss Fanny Kwan has been in this field for more than 15 years, her product knowledge & experience enables her to deal with different clients for both sale and rental business.
We are a boutique agency with around 12 sales agents; all have been in the property business for more than 15 years. We have extensive experience and good proven records of both in selling and leasing residential, commercial and retail properties in all sectors of Hong Kong including Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, New Territories and Outlying Islands. We pride ourselves as a large percentage of our business is gained through recommendations and referrals from previous clients, we are also proud of our dedication and thoughtfulness given to our new clients who, most of the time, also new comers to this part of the world. We understand that finding a home in Hong Kong could be quite a daunting business, and we give them all the attention and support as best as we could.
Our commitment is to provide effective, quality and professional services to our customers at all times. Each individual of our company is well mannered, with good language skills and passionate about being more than just a sales person – we are the outstanding property agent that you are always looking for!
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.