5 Reasons To Live In Deep Water Bay
Nan Fung Focus
With the hustle and bustle of life in Hong Kong, home is often the only haven for many to find equilibrium. Deep Water Bay, an exclusive neighbourhood nestled between the ocean and mountain splendour, is without a doubt one of Hong Kong’s best-kept secrets.
Here are five reasons you'll want to secure a home in this pristine neighbourhood:
1/5Green serenity at your doorstep
Surrounded by Hong Kong Island’s country parks like Pok Fu Lam, Aberdeen and Lung Fu Shan, Deep Water Bay Drive has easy access to a range of tree-lined hiking trails: the Hong Kong Trail, Tai Tam Country Trail, Violet Hill Trail, and Lady Clementi’s Ride—a good amount to keep nature lovers entertained.
Lady Clementi's Ride runs through Nam Fung Road Woodland, the only Feng Shui forest in Hong Kong. The mature forest features the greatest number of plant species recorded in Hong Kong and was designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest as a result. Living in Deep Water Bay is all about existing in harmony with Hong Kong's stunning natural assets. Of special note is Deep Water Bay Drive's Crown Wine Cellars, a world-renowned wine cellar and private members club, that has been declared a UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Site.
3/5A high-class hideaway
Being home to 19 of the city’s tycoons, Deep Water Bay is the world’s wealthiest and most exclusive neighbourhood according to Forbes. The number of homes available in this neighbourhood is extremely limited, and residents in Deep Water Bay are mostly frequent visitors of the city's most prestigious private clubs, including Hong Kong Golf Club, Aberdeen Marina Club, and Hong Kong Country Club.
4/5Mindfulness in nature
With reconnecting with nature as its core concept, Nan Fung Group’s latest premium residential development on Deep Water Bay Drive is all about living in perfect harmony, making it the perfect place to restore one's natural balance.
5/5A neighbourhood with elite schools
The Hong Kong Island South is where many of the city's greatest talents grew up. The area bears the footprints of legendary author Eileen Chang, President of Peking Univeristy Cai Yuanpei, and The Peanut author Xu Dishan. With a great network of international schools just around the corner, Deep Water Bay Drive is a prime residential location for families with children.