Crowning one of Asia’s most expensive apartments by floor area, Mount Nicholson is located at the city’s most desirable address, the Victoria Peak. Nestled on the tallest hilltop of Hong Kong Island, Mount Nicholson unfolds the spectacular panorama of Victoria Harbour and the city’s iconic skyline of skyscrapers. Setting against the 430m-high Mount Nicholson and the 439m-high Mount Cameron to its west, these high-end houses are surrounded by lush greens and given access to some of the most beautiful hiking trails in the town.
Built atop Hong Kong Island's highest elevation, Mount Nicholson is equipped with ample parking spaces and motorcycle parking lots for ultra-convenient transportation uphill and downhill. A few roads down Mount Nicholson Road, you’ll find various bus routes that run from Stubbs Road to Central, Wan Chai and other districts in Hong Kong.
Mount Nicholson is a high-end housing development by Wheelock Properties and Nan Fung Group located at 8 Mount Nicholson Road, Hong Kong Peak. A total of 3 phases provide 48 spacious apartment units and 19 unique garden houses in the tree-lined residential neighbourhood. Phase 1 comprises detached mansions numbered 1-17 (4, 13 and 14 omitted), accompanied by a private swimming pool, elevator, and garden and with saleable areas ranging from 7042 sq. ft to 9950 sq. ft. There is a clubhouse in Mount Nicholson, Phase 2, which offers 22 apartments ranging in saleable size from 4209 sq. ft to 4569 sq. ft and 2 houses with 6326-7008 sq. ft saleable. As the last batch of the residential project, Mount Nicholson III features two 12-storey towers (4/F, 13/F and 14/F omitted) housing 24 apartments ranging in saleable area from 4186 sq. ft to 4601 sq. ft, available for rent and sale in Hong Kong.
Falling under school net 12, Mount Nicholson gives families access to renowned primary schools and colleges in the Wan Chai District, including Queen's College, Marymount Secondary School, St. Paul's Secondary School, and more. Mount Nicholson has garnered sizable appeal among modern professionals and families due to its access to esteemed schools and panoramic views of Hong Kong’s skyline and natural landscape.