Luxury AT THE Top
Mount Nicholson’s spacious homes offer some of the most breathtaking views of Hong Kong, with impressive layouts and a prestigious address
There is no shortage of exclusive residences in Hong Kong, where property is among the most expensive in the world. But a new project developed by Wharf (Holdings) Limited and Nan Fung Group, managed by Wheelock Properties, has set the bar even higher.
Known simply as Mount Nicholson, after its secluded eponymous hillside location, the luxury development is located in one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious and sought-after addresses: The Peak. Nestled among lush greenery and prime landscaping, the homes will offer expansive views from huge windows that look out over magnificent Victoria Harbour.
To be developed in three phases, Mount Nicholson will comprise 19 detached houses and 48 apartments. The team of international architects and interior and landscape designers behind the project includes Robert A.M. Stern, architect of 15 Central Park West (once New York’s most expensive apartment), design firm Yabu Pushelberg, David Collins Studio, Champalimaud, OLIN; and local firms including Wong & Ouyang and LWK & Partners.
In a city where space is at a premium, these homes are exceptional in their size and layout. Each of the 24 apartments of Phase 2 occupies an entire floor with private lift lobby. They feature high ceilings, vast living and dining rooms, four sumptuous bedrooms with en suites, and a luxurious master suite with his and hers dressing rooms, known as the “Great Chamber”.
If that’s not enough, residents of Mount Nicholson also get access to the Nicholson Club—a rare, large-scale clubhouse on The Peak, with an 18-metre indoor pool, outdoor Jacuzzi, state-of-the-art gym and private yoga room. There is also a private theatre and lounge and multipurpose ballroom to keep residents and their guests entertained.
THE GREAT CHAMBER Unparalleled luxury of his and hers dressing rooms in the 1,000sqft master suites
ARCHITECTURAL BEAUTY Mount Nicholson’s unrivalled location is on The Peak
VIEW FROM THE TOP Hong Kong’s magnificent skyline as seen from Mount Nicholson