Check out Asia’s many costly flat, purchased by a Danish businessman for …
June 30, 2015 - garden totes
The lush residential formidable Opus Hong Kong, located in a Mid-Levels, has been in a residential marketplace spotlight given units initial went adult for sale in 2012. Five of a flats had formerly been snapped adult for impracticable amounts trimming from HK$369 to HK$455 million, though one Danish customer recently took it to another level, striking out HK$498 million for one of a apartments.
Specifically, a customer paid HK$497.9 million for a duplex located on a belligerent and initial building of a building, according to Land Registry annals expelled yesterday. Covering 5,188 block feet, the unit totes dual parking spaces, a 3,245-square-foot garden as good as a private swimming pool. And reduced down from a HK$520 million inventory price, it’s flattering most a steal.
At HK$95,971 per block foot, a squeeze beats a skill record set in April, when a customer with a Singaporean pass scooped adult a Hong Kong apartment for a elegant HK$93,000 per block foot.
Daniel Aaxman, a executive of Lead Connection Ltd., is shown to have purchased a skill underneath his company’s name. The Danish pass carrier’s residence is purebred in Schindellegi, Switzerland.
Opus, built in 2012 by Swire Properties, is located during 53 Stubbs Road, on a Mid-Levels of Victoria’s Peak. The building contains usually 12 units, with dual duplexes on a reduce levels and 10 others occupying one floor. All of them offer a overwhelming perspective of Hong Kong’s famous Victoria Harbor. Brainchild of eminent Canadian designer Frank Gehry, a high-rise showcases a special spiraled design.
All 6 buyers came from Cambodia, Denmark, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Take a demeanour during photos and a video of one of a indication apartments below.
By Joyce Ng