• Spacious living-dining room
• Bright & airy
• Good rectangular layout
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Overlooking an open city view
For Sale / For Lease
22 Conduit Road, Mid-levels West
For Rent: HK$34K / For Sale: HK$17.8M
Age29 YrsBuilt in 1994
View Open, City, Sea
Property Type Residential
About the Building
Vantage Park is a high rise development built in 1994. It is located on tranquil and prestigious Conduit Road, and its back entrance exitss directly onto the Mid-levels Escalator. It consists of two 29-storey towers with high-floor units overlooking open city or mountain views. There is a minibus stop found right outside of the building going directly to Central.
Facilities Swimming Pool 24/7 Security Car Park
About the District
The Mid-levels West district is a highly sought-after residential area located just above Central on Hong Kong Island. Given its proximity to the Central Business District such that residents can walk to their workplace in under 10 minutes via the Central-Mid-levels Escalator, the Mid-levels West area is a popular choice of locals and expatriates alike. The main thoroughfares are Conduit Road, Robinson Road, Caine Road and Bonham Road. Supermarkets and convenience stores can be found on Robinson Road, Caine Road, and Bonham Road. Popular residential developments with larger layouts for families include Robinson Place, Grand Panorama, Seymour Place, Goldwin Heights, 80 Robinson Road, and Robinson Heights. Singles or couples may prefer Gramercy, Alassio, The Icon, or older single tower developments with renovated interiors. Other highlights: The Central-Mid-levels Escalator is an outdoor covered escalator system that runs from IFC, Soho, and all the way to Conduit Road with multiple exits at the various main thoroughfares and smaller roads such as Mosque Street and Prince's Terrace. The "Morning Trail" is a popular hiking route in the area leading to the Peak, which can be access by getting off at the last exit on Conduit Road of the Mid-levels Escalator, and walking westward to the very end. The main campus of the University of Hong Kong is also situated here.