23, 25, 27 Leonie
Hill, 10-minute walk Orchard or Somerset subway and Orchard Road.
99 year leasehold.
3-bedroom 161, 163 sq. m
4-bedroom (1-level, high-rise blocks x 2).
236 - 336 sq. m.
4-bedroom maisonette (2-levels, low-rise block x 1).
236 -336 sq. m
6-bedroom Penthouse 600 sq. m (6,500 sq. ft).
facilities done in 2001. Squash court, sauna,
playground, barbecue pits, putting green. Huge landscaped waterfall
koi pond. Audio-visual intercom system.
pools for adults - one for lap training and one free-form,
children's pool, gym, tennis court
koi pond with cascading waterfalls and lush landscaping make
this condo extremely tranquil-looking and attractive.
to Orchard Road
location. A 10-minute walk to Orchard Road and 2 subways (Orchard &
Somerset) and many shopping malls like the Takashimaya Shopping
Centre and Cold Storage supermarkets in Orchard Road and the Great
have attached bathrooms. However, the toilet bowls in 2
bathrooms are blue and pink and most owners have not changed to the
white ones seen in modern condos. These dated bath tubs affect
CBD (Central Business District) Restricted Zone's toll gate and
therefore no need to pay electronic tolls per entry.
Big koi pond, luxuriant landscaped gardens, squash court and a
resort type ambience as well as other qualities have had attracted a
large expatriate community.
have blocked views.
Central air conditioners need more attention as they are much harder
for the Landlord to maintain when they leak water. Many Owners have
had replaced with split unit air conditioners.
The kitchen window faces a blank wall of another apartment in some
units instead of views of trees and buildings and many wives don't
The balcony is
too small for most units. Some do not have balconies.
Living and dining - marble; bedrooms - parquet. Small balcony,
central air conditioning with individual room control. White
long bath but no separate shower cubicle in the master bedroom.
Split-level living and dining areas.
99-year leasehold. An excellent investment due to the great
location. Great demand by Caucasian tenants.