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Kam Fai Mansion

68A Macdonnell Road, Mid-levels Central
For Rent: HK$53K / For Sale: HK$21.8M
Saleable Area1,254ft²
Gross Area1,500ft²
Age60 YrsBuilt in 1962​
1 Bedroom
2 Bathrooms
1 Carpark
View Green, Open, City
Property Type Residential
A bright & spacious apartment located on tranquil Macdonnell Road. Features a spacious living-dining area.
• Spacious living & dining area
• Bright & airy - lots of windows throughout
• Large master ensuite with a walk-in closet
• Modern open kitchen - can be transformed into a closed kitchen by moving a sliding door
• Can be sold vacant
• The price includes 1 parking space
Kam Fai Mansion
About the Building

Kam Fai Mansion

Kam Fai Mansion is a low-rise development built in 1962. It consists of a single 7-storey tower. The apartment sizes range from 622 to 1,254 sq.ft. (saleable). Kam Fai Mansion is located on Macdonnell Road and steps away from Bowen Road. It is only a 10-minute walk to the nearest supermarket in the Coda Plaza commercial complex.
Facilities 24/7 Security Car Park
About the District

Mid-levels Central

Nestled on a patch of hillside between the Peak and the Central Business District is this prestigious residential area known as “Mid-levels Central”.

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