This $446 million mansion in HK could break the record as the most expensive home ever sold in the world’s most expensive housing market and it’s surprisingly modest

20-Sep-2018 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM Print This Post

A mansion for sale in Hong Kong’s exclusive and wealthy Peak neighbourhood could break the record for the most expensive home sold in the territory and possibly in all of Asia.

The $446 million home, which was built in 1991, went on the market in April 2018 and was available for lease before that, Joyce Lee, a representative for Christie’s International Real Estate, told Business Insider.

Hong Kong, which is now home to more super-rich individuals than any other city in the world, is seeing property prices continuing to climb, particularly in the luxury market.

Christie’s International Real Estate named Hong Kong the prime luxury market in the world for the second year in a row in its 2017 “Luxury Index” that evaluated growth and demand of premium real estate.

Hong Kong claimed the world’s first and second most expensive home sales of 2017, according to the South China Morning Post, breaking several property records in the process, as Business Insider’s Rosie Perper reported. An estate on The Peak was sold for $360 million to billionaire technology manufacturer Yeung Kin-man in January 2017, the South China Morning Post reported.

In November 2017, the most expensive apartments in Asia sold for a combined $149 million. And the city-state continues to break records in the luxury housing market in 2018.

In March 2018, a buyer paid $178.4 million, or $19,400 per square foot, for a mansion in Hong Kong’s super-exclusive and wealthy Peak neighbourhood, making it the most expensive residential sale in all of Asia, according to Bloomberg.

But this $446 million home could break even those staggering records. Here’s a look inside the mansion and the exclusive, super-wealthy neighbourhood where it sits.

https://www.businessinsider.com/most-expensive-home-hong-kong-mansion-photos-2018-9

 


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