8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive

#Legend - - SPY CAM -

In Hong Kong, green is the colour of life lived in lux­u­ri­ous seclu­sion. The ar­chi­tec­tural am­bi­tion of Hong Kong Is­land South’s new res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment, 8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive, is to show re­spect for na­ture by blend­ing seam­lessly with the sur­round­ing hills. Clever ar­chi­tec­tural aes­thet­ics har­mo­niously in­te­grate the in­door and out­door en­vi­ron­ments, while the nat­u­ral pro­tec­tion from the moun­tains and unique ge­o­graph­i­cal lo­ca­tion pro­vide the ul­ti­mate in life­style pri­vacy. Dis­cover a life of rich­ness and pu­rity sur­rounded by the beauty of na­ture. “Green, the most gor­geous of all colours.”

Moun­tain In­spi­ra­tion, Hong Kong Is­land’s Only Feng Shui For­est

8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive is lo­cated north of Mounts Ni­chol­son and Cameron, east of Vi­o­let Hill and south of Shou­son Hill. It is also nes­tled be­side the coun­try parks of Pok Fu Lam, Aberdeen and Lung Fu Shan, which cover more than 700 hectares( 1) — equiv­a­lent to ap­prox­i­mately 36 times the area of Vic­to­ria Park( 2).

Ad­ja­cent to it, the south­ern foot of Mount Ni­chol­son shel­ters Hong Kong’s only Feng Shui for­est — Nam Fung Road Wood­land. Dat­ing back to Hong Kong’s ear­li­est days, the wood­land fea­tures the great­est num­ber of plant species recorded in Hong Kong, in­clud­ing plants of great con­ser­va­tion value( 3). Sur­rounded by moun­tains, and abun­dant with rich green­ery, 8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive is a haven of lux­ury pro­vid­ing a life­style of se­cluded seren­ity.

“When you re­spect na­ture, na­ture gives back the most pre­cious gift.” A Meld­ing of Ar­chi­tec­ture and Na­ture

Sur­rounded by lush green­ery, 8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive has been de­signed to in­te­grate with the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment. The De­vel­op­ment’s cen­tre­piece -

Metta Gar­den∞ - is planned with per­fect har­mony in mind, join­ing in­ner and outer habi­tats with a sub­lime sim­plic­ity that cap­tures the seren­ity of na­ture in all its in­spir­ing forms.

In­side, liv­ing and din­ing rooms are bright and spa­cious, with hori­zon views over green hills and rich gar­dens. Each apart­ment fea­tures a uniquely large dou­ble bal­cony open­ing out from the liv­ing room and mas­ter bed­room, pro­vid­ing an abun­dance of nat­u­ral light and su­perb panoramic views† for pre­cious mo­ments of quiet con­tem­pla­tion.

“Flow­ers are the most bril­liant neigh­bours.” A Se­cret Gar­den in Har­mony with the En­vi­ron­ment

The cen­tre of the De­vel­op­ment is home to Metta Gar­den∞ which fea­tures lush screen trees and colour­ful gar­dens that af­ford res­i­dents both a high de­gree of pri­vacy and a su­perb leisure en­vi­ron­ment. Upon en­ter­ing, res­i­dents are flanked by the Lily Pond∞ and Iris Gar­den∞, then come to Syl­van Walk∞

and Aura Point∞ with their lush bounty of trees and man­i­cured green­ery. Plants, in­clud­ing many lo­cal nat­u­ral shrub species, are care­fully se­lected and ar­ranged in a plethora of va­ri­eties to form a minia­ture ecosys­tem that re­mains vi­brant in ev­ery sea­son. A sep­a­rate farm area pro­vides a place for the joy of grow­ing green pro­duce.

The club­house sits right by the gar­den with gen­er­ous leisure space. Res­i­dents can in­dulge in a range of fa­cil­i­ties de­signed to pam­per the body and soul, in­clud­ing the in­ter-con­nected 20M in­door and 25M out­door swim­ming pools, Jacuzzi, gym, lounge and more.∞

“Those who show noth­ing re­veal much.” Pri­vacy as Pri­or­ity

At 8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive, the pri­vacy of res­i­dents is para­mount. Each unit fea­tures its own pri­vate lift lobby, with a di­rect con­nec­tion to the apart­ment for max­i­mum pri­vacy. All res­i­dences are equipped with air-pu­rifi­ca­tion fea­tures in their VRV air-con­di­tion­ing sys­tem, while en­hanced sound­proof­ing in floors and walls, and con­cealed pipes, pro­vide sig­nif­i­cant sound re­duc­tion — guar­an­tee­ing the pri­vacy and comfort of ev­ery res­i­dent.

In ad­di­tion, se­cu­rity sys­tems are ad­vanced and dis­creet, with four lay­ers of se­cu­rity in place. Se­cu­rity of­fi­cers are pro­fes­sion­ally trained by for­mer mem­bers of the elite Spe­cial Du­ties Unit@ giv­ing res­i­dents the ab­so­lute best se­cu­rity for com­plete peace of mind.

“Qual­ity is in the de­tails” Pre­sent­ing House Liv­ing in the Sky

An­other unique fea­ture of the project is its beau­ti­ful use of space. Com­bin­ing the de­sign con­cepts of both a house and apart­ment build­ing, Nan Fung Group presents “House Liv­ing in the Sky” — quiet and metic­u­lously cre­ated space fea­tur­ing all the ben­e­fits of apart­ment liv­ing with the pri­vacy and seclu­sion of a de­tached house.

Din­ing and liv­ing rooms cap­ture su­perb views† at the front, while the bed­rooms and ad­join­ing fam­ily room are lo­cated at the rear, creating a clear sep­a­ra­tion of com­mon and pri­vate realms while main­tain­ing a so­cial link in be­tween. In­spi­ra­tion for the dou­ble bal­cony de­sign is also drawn from free-stand­ing houses, with the liv­ing room open­ing out onto a large bal­cony as a house opens onto a front yard. The mas­ter bed­room opens onto an­other am­ple bal­cony in the style of a back gar­den, invit­ing the ver­dant beauty of na­ture into the home.

Na­ture and life are in­ter­de­pen­dent and mu­tu­ally en­rich­ing. 8 Deep Wa­ter Bay Drive, de­vel­oped by

Nan Fung Group and Ver­vain Re­sources, com­prises 52 apart­ments. To live here is to be at one with na­ture in body and mind, em­brac­ing all in a spirit of mind­ful­ness, cul­ti­vat­ing a life of joy and comfort. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.8deep­wa­ter­bay­drive.com

Ren­der­ing of the De­vel­op­ment. The view shown above is based on a photo taken at the De­vel­op­ment on 8 June 2017.~

Ren­der­ing of Liv­ing & Din­ing Room of Unit B on 17/F, Tower 1.# The view shown above is based on a photo taken at the De­vel­op­ment on 28 June 2017.~

Ren­der­ing of the De­vel­op­ment and swim­ming pools. The view shown above is based on a photo taken at the De­vel­op­ment on 8 June 2017. #~∞ This photo was taken at the De­vel­op­ment on 24 April 2018.~

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