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Sale of Surplus HOS Flats - Phase 3
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Prime Location

Located right next to Lam Tin MTR Station and a public transport interchange, Lei On Court is connected to most parts of the territory in an instant, so its residents can have more time to explore and enjoy the upbeat city life available in the vicinity.

With many large shopping centres opened in Lam Tin and Kwun Tong, the area has become the focal point for shoppers in pursuit of trendy products and delicious cuisines.

Those who prefer outdoor activities can either exercise in the nearby Kwun Tong Swimming Pool and Recreation Ground or walk up to the Lam Tin Park for fresh air and a green view.

Families with children will find many primary and secondary schools nearby, providing ample choice for education of their next generation.

Convenient Transportation

The Court is located at the transportation hub of Kowloon East with Lam Tin MTR Station, the Eastern Cross Harbour Tunnel, Tseung Kwan O Tunnel and a fine highway network within easy reach.

Apart from the MTR, there are also a lot of bus and mini-bus routes running between the Lam Tin Public Transport Interchange and destinations in both the urban areas and the New Territories.

Distinct Views

Different directions of the Court enjoy different views. Some of the flats facing southwest command sea view while some flats facing northwest overlook the city of Kowloon East. Part of the flats facing north have a distant view of the Lion Rock and Kowloon Peak (Fei Ngo Shan).

Even the flats overlooking the carpark podium enjoy a nice view of the beautiful podium garden. The garden, equipped with a sitting-out pavilion, children playground and a mini ball court, provides residents with a handy leisure space.

A four-storey carpark and some outdoor parking spaces located on the ground floor provide a total of 423 private car parking spaces. There are also a few shops on the ground floor of the carpark building.

Block Features

The Court consists of six Concord blocks, providing a total of 1 684 flats. Blocks A, D, E and F are built in conjunction with the carpark building, whereas Block B and C stand separately at the northwest of the Court. Both two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts are available in five of the blocks while Block C only features the three-bedroom layout. Blocks A, B and C were first offered for sale in Home Ownership Scheme Phase 24A.

A total of 1 267 flats are offered for sale in the current sale exercise, including 831 flats in Blocks D, E and F, as well as 382 unsold flats, and another 53 returned flats and a former decoration contractor show flat scattered in Blocks A, B and C.

Concord flats are popular for its practical and aesthetic design. Kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with quality cabinets and fittings. The master bedroom of three-bedroom units comes with an en-suite bathroom.


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Sale of Surplus HOS Flats - Phase 3