Living in Stanley and Chung Hom Kok

NEIGHBOURHOODS
By: HABITAT
03 Jul 2020

Neighbours Stanley and Chung Hom Kok are seaside areas encompassing Stanley Beach, its famous Market and waterfront restaurant area, the hilly section above (Chung Hom Kok) and tranquil St Stephen’s Beach.

 

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Things to do in Stanley

 

Travel & connections

 

Properties Advice

 

Perks

Things to do in Stanley

Stanley Plaza offers local and family-friendly restaurants, cafes and retail, while the Market hub draws tourists and locals alike.

Pane E Latte, a new Italian bakery and patisserie which you should not miss arrived Stanley in July. They create traditional, authentic freshly baked goods all day long.

Travel & connections

Home to a sizeable expatriate population, Stanley is roughly 30 minutes’ drive or taxi ride to Central and accessed via several bus and mini-bus routes.

Properties Advice

A range from modern luxury and larger colonial-era family homes with gardens and pools, to mid-rise town houses or apartments, some with communal pools and play areas. In the market area itself, there are low-rise, village-style buildings fronting the sea.

Perks

Named after Lord Stanley, British Secretary of State for the Colonies in 1841, both districts are ideal for families and those seeking an outdoor lifestyle. There’s easy access to hiking trails, family and pet-friendly walks, sailing and windsurfing.

Schools
International Montessori School (IMS)
Phase III, Ma Hang Estate, Stanley
25667196
St Stephen’s College
22 Tung Tau Wan Rd, Stanley
28130360
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