Sprawled across a treasured district of Hong Kong and situated on the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, pointing towards Victoria Harbour and opposite Central is Tsim Sha Tsui. An urban district in Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui is within walking distance to the Austin Rail Station and not far from the bustling city centre of Hong Kong where residents are spoilt for choice with its offerings.

Renowned for being a major tourist hub, a plethora of retail and restaurant­s make up the neighbourh­ood of Tsim Sha Tsui. As well as being home to several of Hong Kong's museums including Hong Kong Science Museum and Hong Kong Space Museum, it is also home to this magnificen­t five-bedroom property, with four towers of various apartment sizes making up the luxurious Grand Austin complex.

The property on the market is an impressive­ly large apartment, boasting five bedrooms, a spacious dining room and a relaxing living space, giving homeowners more flexibilit­y and convenienc­e to place and arrange furniture, as they like. The residence marks an extraordin­ary 1,731 square feet decorated in neutral-hued tones with gold nuances throughout that light up the spacious apartment, making the apartment appear larger than its already remarkable size. Along with helper's quarters and a car park, this apartment also has a balcony that offers sprawling city and harbour views, a rarity in the Hong Kong property market.

The interior of the apartment has three stylishly designed bathrooms and a kitchen, which is sufficient­ly fitted with a Miele steam oven, gas and induction cooker, as well as a wine cellar and coffee machine. Residents can enjoy the facilities at the Grand Austin's clubhouse, which consists of an indoor and outdoor pool; children can bounce around the playground or play a game of basketball. Other facilities include a gymnasium, sauna, sky garden, reading room and function rooms.

The residence is to be sold on an “as-is” basis with the benefit of vacant possession.

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