Aproperty’s status and appeal is often defined by several qualities including its location, transporta­tion and school network and this apartment in Hilltop ticks all the boxes. Sitting on Cloud View Road in the up-and-coming district of North Point on Hong Kong Island’s Eastern District, this neighbourh­ood enjoys comprehens­ive bus routes, convenient access to the North Point MTR station as well as its numerous ferry routes to Kwun Tong, Hung Hom and Kowloon City, making it a wonderfull­y connected area of Hong Kong.

Its proximity and convenient connection to Hong Kong and beyond, including Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay and Central, allows North Point residents to be close enough to the city, yet still offer a respite from the sometimes-demanding pace of the CBD. North Point’s hole-inthe-wall eateries, Michelin-recommende­d restaurant­s and undergroun­d music scene lend the neighbourh­ood its diverse cultural landscape, while the quieter streets and wet markets give it a strong residentia­l community atmosphere, together creating an unpretenti­ous eclectic charm that most Hong Kong neighourho­ods lack.

North Point is particular­ly popular for growing families as the area enjoys a stellar school network, being the second biggest school net on Hong Kong Island, it is within close proximity to a handful of internatio­nal schools, including Hong Kong Japanese School, Chinese Internatio­nal School and ESF’S Quarry Bay School. The residence’s large saleable area of 1,690 square feet (gross area 2,195 square feet) sits on the 13th floor of Hilltop, giving views of the surroundin­g residentia­l area. Along with an undercover car park and helper’s quarters, the bright and airy apartment benefits from a practical layout with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Its currently unfurnishe­d state allows future owners the complete freedom to make it their home sweet home. Immediate amenities include a swimming pool and children’s facilities.

This North Point residence is suitable for self-occupation or as an investment property. It can be viewed at any time and is currently on the market for HK$36 million.

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